In this week's Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Colonial days: When carding had nothing to do with Pokemon.

• U.S. solicitor general will appear at Wilton Library.

• Affordable housing: six units proposed for Westport Road.

• Budget passes on low turnout.

• Indoor air quality may spawn a lawsuit against the town.

• Jersey Mike’s opens its doors. It’s the first Jersey Mike’s in Fairfield County.

• Excessive radon is detected in Wilton High School’s athletic director’s office.

• Wilton teen helps isolate new DNA sequences.

• Warrior Words: Farewell, Wilton.

• Wilton High School third-quarter high honor roll.

• Historical society offers new book group.

• HomeFront Day: Wilton turns out in force.

• Sister Mary Ann Tantalo celebrates her 100th birthday.

• Wilton Arts Council invites community to discuss upcoming activities and share ideas.

• Ambler Farm will host its Sunset Picnic on June 14.

• Wilton students perform in Bridgeport.

• Wilton Youth United members will host a car wash on Saturday, May 17.

• Bigelow Tea Company will offer a presentation at the May 22 meeting of the Norwalk-Wilton chapter of the AARP.

• Jade Hobson: A most fashionable life.

• Clothing brand promotes laid-back ethos.

• LaurelRock helps at the Wilton Y.

• Bankwell reports revenue.

• Doctor receives Tracey Award.

• Keystone House thanks church for support.

• Closing Comments by Marion Filley.

• Cider Mill student publishes first book.

• Relay for Life says ‘Peace out, cancer.’

• Kathleen Smith receives 2014 Merit Scholarship.

• Wilton Rotary Club presents arts and crafts show.

• Wilton prepares for parade.

• Passing on the passion for stitching.

• Woodcock will host gala celebration.

• Get Smart for Wilton 5K returns May 25.

• Meet the future superintendent.

• Editorial: A selfless act.

• Letters: Driving misbehavior is dangerous, Good things can come from difficult issues, Donors support Ambler Farm Art Food and Wine, Chamber of Commerce does not support workers, Poll thank-yous, Cemetery hopes to continue remembrance event.

• NewsNotes: Guess now, party later.

• NewsNotes: Trout are biting.

• From Town Hall: A vote for our future.

• From the Chief: Simple steps to stay safe.

• Using pool chemicals safely, from the Wilton Fire Department.

• Gail Lavielle nominated for re-election.

• Three receive 2014 Kick for Nick award.

• Pot dispensary misses opportunity in Georgetown.

• Losses threaten post-season plans for  Wilton High boys lacrosse.

• Wilton Little League celebrates 60 years of baseball on Saturday.

• Wilton High baseball’s JT Morin blanks Norwalk, 1-0.

• Wilton High softball team’s winning streak ends at three.

• After two losses, Wilton High girls lacrosse gets back on winning track.

• Stacy Pakora named top player for Little East Conference.

• Wilton High boys tennis sweeps Danbury.

• Wilton High track girls achieve split.

• Wilton Y gymnasts have two champs at Northeast championship meet.

• Wilton High girls golf team drops three matches.

• Remedies for stress and anxiety.

• Obituaries: David Conrad Pool.

• The plant show goes on!

Arts & Leisure: Weir Farm will open the newly refurnished and refurbished farmhouse and studios next weekend, two Elvis impersonators/tribute artists are performing in the area this weekend, The Reel Dad says Neighbors is raunchy but has heart, The Dodge Durango R/T AWD is a capable alternative to the minivan.