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:

• Narcotics addiction fuels dramatic crime increase.

• Wilton’s top earners: CFO, first selectman, and police chief top list.

• Comstock Community Center renovation estimate comes in $2 million over expected budget.

• Focus ’14: Viewing the world through the lens.

• Library welcomes world-renowned novelist.

• Middlebrook sixth graders celebrate ancient Egyptian culture.

• State Rep. Tom O’Dea supports expanded use of anti-overdose drug.

• Miller-Driscoll principal gives positive feedback on the full-day kindergarten program.

• Three Wilton High School students are determined to build a radio telescope.

• Apple Blossom School and Family Center will offer Under 3 Nursery next year.

• Warrior Words: The college paradigm.

• Wilton Go Green will host the ‘most exciting’ festival yet.

• Public budget hearings March 24, 25.

• Education board adjusts budget.

• Parent arrested for threatening Cider Mill staff.

• Horseshoe Pond’s lily pad eyesore needs community support for clean-up.

• First selectman wants to hear about “major potholes.”

• Wilton Library’s annual two-night Poetry in Motion event begins March 21.

• Charles Grodin takes to the stage with stories of his life and career.

• Seniors hear membership benefits.

• An all-Gershwin program from pianist Robert Wyatt at St. Matthew’s.

• School of Dance presents spring revue.

• Power outage affects more than 600 last week.

•  The Conservatory of Dance named a new dance team in celebration of its first anniversary of being in Wilton Center.

• Two Mrs. Green’s employees are arrested in one week.

• Obituaries: Iola Brubeck, Barnett Harris.

• Two Lavielle bills make progress.

• Police log: burglary on Thayer Pond Road, “blown-up” mailbox.

• Norwalk Hospital offers a free quit smoking program.

• Yale a cappella group performs in scholarship concert.

• Ambler Farm has organic transplants for sale.

• State five-year transportation plan review.

• Class will teach CPR, AED use.

• Miller-Driscoll welcomes spring with a “spectacular” carnival.

• TimberStix: Back to American lacrosse traditions.

• Mary Grace Aly named the new donor relations officer for the Bridgeport Rescue Mission.

• Closing Comments: February brought some bright spots to the real estate market.

• The annual Wilton Police Department Awards Ceremony will take place on Monday, March 24.

• Letters: Professionals make students aware of careers, A note for Emma, Gail Lavielle champions Danbury line riders, Please join conversation on mental health.

• Notes from the Board Table: From telescopes to budget changes.

• Editorial: Sunshine Week.

• Weaver ousts Warriors in state quarterfinals.

• Wilton falls to Greenwich in overtime to end state run.

• Murph’s Turf: Parents who root for their children’s teams to lose.

• Sean Dedrick to follow brother to Notre Dame.

• Brown, girls relay place top 10 at indoor nationals.

• Kelay, 400 free relay team lead Wilton at Class L trials.

• Four Wilton hockey players helped their team, the Ridgefield Lions PeeWee B, win the Connecticut Hockey Conference Wales Division State Championship.

• CT Rush U11 girls win Westport soccer tourney.

• Rec softball seeks players, teams.

• Wilton Wahoos win state Senior Open swim title.

Arts & Leisure: South Salem N.Y. Presbyterian’s Sanctuary Series features flutist Eugenia Zuckerman and pianist Anthony Newman on Sunday, Keb “Mo” will bring the blues to Norwalk Concert Hall on Friday, The Reel Dad gives a top rating to the Italian Oscar winner The Great Beauty, test driver Steven Macoy says the 2014 Toyota Corolla leads the compact car pack.