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:

• Wilton Playshop presents Plaza Suite.

• Annual Town Meeting: Wilton voters get their say.

• Finance chair to Yankee Gas: Lay off the weed, the plan won’t fly.

• Metro-North restores early morning through-train.

• Madaras named businesswoman of the year.

• Middlebrook sixth graders walk for charity.

• Cider Mill hosts its final quilt ceremony.

• Warrior Words: The Number Game.

• Warrior Words columnists wanted!

• Fleeting habitats: Vernal pools essential to species survival.

• Historical Society will bring state’s casino problems into focus.

• Workshops help women get back into workforce.

• Bankwell hosts energy seminar.

• Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices New England Properties ranked Marion Filley Team Advantage as its No. 1 team in the company.

• Vein Clinics of America welcomes Vinay Madan, MD to its practice in Wilton.

• Attachment by Lois Alcosser: The art of grandparenting.

• In memory of AJ Cina: Concert benefits youth organizations.

• Barns, militia and more: Barn raising caps events at historical society.

• Wiltonian directs Nunsense.

• Michelle Steiner to wed Michael Wood.

• What is normal aging? Find out at a Greens seminar.

• Veterans invited to submit photos.

• Democrats honor two of note.

• Amended legislation may kill regional calendar.

• Obituaries: Richard A. Rist, Lawrence R. Gilman, Rita W. Weber.

• Master Coach Bill Gillette will host a Wilton Wahoo swim clinic.

• Letters: Budget up, students and taxpayers lose, Sponsors made winter race a success, Your vote on the town budget is important.

• Notes From the Board Table: Special ed response.

• From Town Hall: Vote for Wilton’s future.

• The TASC List: Praise for Bayes.

• Nobody Told Me That: What is Wilton’s Annual Town Meeting? What’s on the Town Meeting ballot? Who is eligible to vote? Will the Annual Town Meeting represent the wishes of town residents?

• Hersam-Acorn News premieres new radio show, “Coffee Break.”

• Wilton ranked sixth best high school in the state.

• Grey Rocks gives a benefit performance on Friday, May 9.

• Proposed capital project: New pumper truck will increase safety for firefighters.

• Business proponent seeks to run for state House seat.

• Minks to Sinks opens Saturday.

• A 14-year-old girl was found with less than one-half ounce of marijuana at Wilton High School.

• Wilton Go Green Festival 2014 is on Sunday, May 4.

• Road restoration up for renewal.

• Editorial: Support the budget.

• What to do at the Go Green Festival.

• Utility warns of phone scam.

• Wilton author’s novella is up for an award.

• Full Miller-Driscoll IAQ report released to The Bulletin.

• JT Morin led Wilton High School’s baseball team to a 4-0 victory over Stamford.

• Warrior boys lacrosse routs Trinity to end skid.

• Stamford rally denies Wilton High School’s softball team first victory.

• Defense steps up as Wilton High School girls lacrosse wins three.

• Wilton boys golf team wins two more.

• Local rowers win three team titles at regatta.

• Wilton High School girls track falls to Trumbull and Greenwich.

• Wilton Y Wahoo swimmers, Richard Nolan and Emma Babashak, captured top awards at the short course IMX Challenge.

• Wilton High boys track splits tri-meet.

• Wilton girls tennis goes down swinging in three hard-fought losses.

• Wilton boys tennis team beats Fairfield Ludlowe 5-2.

• Danbury keeps Wilton girls golf team winless.