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:

• Best-selling author Andrew Gross will discuss his latest thriller at Wilton Library.

• Board of Selectmen cut expenses in response to Board of Finance request.

• What’s holding up Yankee Gas expansion?

• Community pays debt of gratitude to seniors.

• The first carnival of the season was a big success.

• You can cast a line at the Y’s fishing derby.

• Wilton resident will receive 2014 Bill Bresnan Ethics in Business Award.

• Chemical reaction caused devastating house fire.

• How’s Metro-North doing? You can have your say in a commuter survey.

• American Red Cross will honor Sgt. Tunney.

• Wilton police officer to join torch run.

• Editorial: Love your library.

• Letters: School gymnasium floors need attention, Comstock renovations essential to programs, Elected representatives must act, Boucher thanks colleague and friend, Miller-Driscoll carnival exceeded expectations, Many hands joined in town cleanup, Senior Appreciation Day an excellent tradition.

• News Notes: Pond support, Get ‘better’ at Weir Farm, Call for veterans.

• WVAC 911: Overdose increase is alarming.

• A view from Glen Hill: A proposal to improve rail service.

• Hunters took 150 deer last season.

• Support group helps those who have lost a spouse.

• Georgetown cleanup is Saturday.

• Benefit will help nursing agency patients.

• Gala recognizes “heroes” and aids homeless veterans.

• Tavern head addresses the Kiwanis Club.

• Vacation bible school announced.

• Canine Company will be honored at 40th Making a Difference Ball.

• Wilton teachers learn to develop quality assessments.

• Travel the underground railroad.

• Our Lady of Fatima Junior Youth Group will sponsor its annual Easter Egg Hunt on April 19.

• Go Green launches ‘100’ initiative.

• Approximately 40 tires were stolen from a storage trailer on Route 7.

• Suspicious backpack and other items found outside John’s Best Pizza.

• School resource officer investigating $200 reportedly stolen from 16-year-old’s wallet while at school.

• Bridgeport man arrested on an active arrest warrant for domestic charges filed in January.

• An 85-year-old Wilton woman caused a three-car crash after running a red light.

• Wilton Police respond to complaint of harassing phone calls and text messages.

• Jane Powell appears at screening of one of her MGM musicals.

• Walk/Run to benefit Norwalk Hospital’s cancer services.

• Ambler farmhouse continues on its road to ‘redemption.’

• Heavenly Bites takes first and third 2014 Connecticut Specialty Foods Awards.

• Bankwell acquires Quinnipiac Bank.

• Presentation and Q&A for parents of eighth graders on April 29.

• Wiltonian Gloria J. Bass joined the board of directors at the Social Communication Foundation.

• Brian Clarke Jr., a William Pitt Sotheby’s International Realtor, was recognized as the top-producing agent in the Wilton office.

• Wiltonian Christine Tenore will visit the Collaborative Work Center in Monroe for a workshop on long-term care.

• Warrior Words: My happy place.

• Warrior Words columnists wanted.

• Wilton High School students perform at the 2014 Connecticut Music Educators Association All-State Music Festival.

• Wilton High School celebrates its annual Festival of Languages.

• Anita Diamant speaks at Jewish High School of Connecticut’s annual gala.

• Wilton Public Schools display classroom technology at the April 22 TechExpo.

• Wilton High School graduation date set for June 21.

• Bankwell in Wilton will host an educational seminar on “Home Energy Efficiency and Cost Solutions.”

• Wilton Congregational Church will present music by J.S. Bach and contemporary composers Stephen Paulus and John Rutter during the Palm Sunday service.

• Hope Church will present the Passion Road Experience on Good Friday.

• Obituaries: Kathryn Luff, Margaret A. Brown, Anne Burt Woolard.

• Memorial for Iola Brubeck on April 21.

• Wilton Garden Club sees plants finally emerging for sale.

• Seminar covers joint replacement.

• Schools change the way teachers are evaluated.

• After title run, Wilton High’s boys lacrosse team look to again finish strong.

• Losses leave Wilton High’s boys baseball team with little margin for error.

• WHS Softball has youth on its side.

• Wahoo men’s team defends YMCA short course national swimming title.

• Wilton High Girls Track looks to rebuild depth, but distance runners will shine.

Arts & Leisure: Charles Grodin of Wilton talks about his career Saturday at the Ridgefield Playhouse, Art Garfunkel appears in Ridgefield on Friday and the Beach Boys are in Fairfield on Saturday, The Grand Budapest Hotel is big on visuals but lacks emotion the Reel Dad says, Test driver Steven Macoy enjoyed the 2014 BMW 428i Sport Coupe.

Home Monthly: Horton Design Associates: A family affair, New Canaan CARES Kitchen and Home Tour 2014, tricked-out kitchens, Ballard Greenhouse Plant Sale, New Canaan Garden Club Tree & Shrub sale.