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:

• Superintendent Gary Richards tops school earners in Wilton School District.

• Temple B’nai Chaim will welcome new rabbi.

• ‘Red flags’ found in special education settlement.

• Wilton Library’s idea incubator takes shape.

• Norwalk River Valley Trail demonstration trail set to open.

• Wilton women direct Imagine 2014: A Night on Broadway gala.

• Wilton Conservatory of Dance team had its first competition in New Haven.

• George Karaffa Jr. will wed Carissa Lang.

• Kate Howe will marry Josh Kagan.

• Wiltonians sponsor autism benefit.

• browngrotta arts show features artistic flexibility.

• Warrior Words: A word of advice.

• Wilton artwork on display at Silvermine.

• Camp Invention comes to Our Lady of Fatima.

• Youth symphony offers open house.

• Warrior Words columnists wanted.

• Wilton resident takes top medical title.

• Dr. Elihu Rosen is awarded a U.S. trademark for pain reduction techniques.

• Dr. Steven Phillips of Wilton will speak at a Lyme disease seminar.

• Barbara Quincy is new head of Stay at Home in Wilton.

• Egg hunt draws dozens of families.

• Film explores climate change.

• Spa event aims at making moms happy.

• Obituaries: Shirley J. Goetjen, Laura V. Sherman, Sreedhar Nair MD, Patricia June Verspyck, William Campbell Baldauf, Nancy McEwan Brink.

• Veterans invited to submit photos.

• From Town Hall: Invest in Wilton’s future.

• A View from Glen Hill: Dave and Iola: A love everlasting.

• Voters can get an advance look at the ballot that will be used at the May 6 Annual Town Meeting.

• Stay at Home in Wilton will celebrate its fourth anniversary on May 2 with a celebration at Ambler Farm.

• Cancer walk and Sally’s Run take place Saturday.

• Minks to Sinks welcomes donations.

• Congregations honor loved ones at service of remembrance.

• Adrian Offinger’s popular tomato plants will be available at the Wilton Garden Club plant sale.

• Cancer patients work through the vitamin maze.

• Running with the ‘wild things.’

• Editorial: Setting an example.

• Letters: To take America back, address poverty first; Commission supports Comstock renovation; Trackside thanks Republicans for support.

• Wilton seniors invited to a spring fashion show.

• Wilton Family Y accepts nominations for Distinguished Citizen Award.

• Women’s empowerment at Cactus Rose.

• A husband and wife were arrested on April 20 after police responded to a domestic incident.

• A 30-year-old Buckingham Ridge Road resident was arrested after causing his girlfriend and her children to “fear for their safety,” said Wilton police.

• Twin Oak Lane resident reported a burglary.

• New Milford man arrested for driving under the influence.

• Norwalk Hospital offers joint replacement seminar.

• Wilton girls lacrosse team rolls to three wins.

• Wilton High School’s baseball team rebounds with two wins.

• Tough stretch for Wilton boys lacrosse team.

• First win proves elusive for Wilton High School softball team.

• Wilton High School girls golf team falls to Warde.

• A win and a tie in season opener for the Wilton High School boys golf team.

• Wilton High School girls track team routed by Ridgefield.

• Both Wilton High School tennis teams scored easy wins over Bridgeport Central.

• Wiltonians help Norwalk River rowers win three golds at the Greenwich Invitational regatta.

• Nate Barone of Wilton has been selected to compete at volleyball junior nationals.

• Wilton 10-under Cooperstown baseball team second at Water Oak Spring Bash.

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