In this week's Bulletin

• Selectmen call for 3.5% increase to municipal budget.

• Sen. Toni Boucher announces she will be focusing on re-election instead of run for governor.

• Grand list shows modest increase.

• Wilton Children’s Theater presents Music Man, Jr.

• Scholarly series: Exploring Connecticut’s industrial heritage. On Sunday it’s a look at the Silicon Valley of the 19th Century.

• Water main break at Miller-Driscoll almost canceled school on Tuesday.

• Acoustic Wilton returns with a new line-up.

• Ben’s Bells spreads kindness in Wilton.

• Technology director uses lag to Wilton’s advantage.

• Warrior Words: Crazy nice is crazy good.

• World language expansion hindered by school budget.

• Wilton High School Debate Team awarded at Liberty Bell Classic and CDA tournament.

• Wilton High School Model Congress students win Outstanding Delegate Awards.

• TechExpo 5.0 calls for innovators.

• Four Wilton students named potential Presidential Scholars.

• Editorial: New, but not. What parents can do about cyberbullying.

• Letters: Reps not doing enough on Metro-North; Wasted energy is the most expensive energy; Test time is better spent in class; Latin is beneficial in learning other languages; Help shape the future of Wilton by volunteering; Nursing agency is thankful for donations.

• News Notes: Hooray for mudpuppies!

• News Notes: More than a grain of salt.

• WVAC 911: Traumatic brain injuries can have dire consequences.

•  A view from Glenn Hill: Scholarly series has broadened our view.

• Wiltonians urged to enjoy the night sky by turning off lights for an hour on March 29.

• Wilton has least-used commuter lot in area.

• Officer Denise Merrill was sworn in as the Wilton Police Department’s newest police officer.

• New England Assistive Technology welcomes medical equipment donations.

• Wilton Library’s Beyond Words fund-raiser starts Friday, April 4.

• Earth Ministry volunteers Jana Bertkau and Lynn Stack receive the Green Church Award.

• Wilton High School boys basketball shocks Hartford Public on Shouvlin’s OT three-pointer.

• Wilton High School girls basketball notches a win over Pomperaug.

• Wilton High School girls ski team finishes third and the boys team is seventh at State Open championship meet.

• Murph’s Turf: Some view state high school football committee’s plan to add more state championship teams as a needless playoff proliferation.

• Wilton High School boys hockey team has an early exit from state playoffs.

• Wilton High School girls basketball travels to Hartford to face third-seed Weaver in the Class LL quarterfinals.

• Meghan Graham and Christina Brandt closed out their gymnastics careers at the State Open championships.

• Wilton Y gymnasts win several titles at league championship meet.

• Older Wahoo teams keep busy schedule in February.

• Barons win state tournament.

• Seventh grade girls win title.

• The 31st annual Wilton YMCA Platform Tennis Tournament takes place Saturday.

• Seniors hear of African Odyssey.

• Church follows “Daniel Plan” to better health.

• Masters & Mixers “paint and sip” parties in Georgetown.

• Sixth grader raises $530 for food pantry.

• Obituary: Dexter A. Picozzi.

• Sex offender arrested following violation of registry protocol.

• Fish-return scammers flounder at Caraluzzi’s Georgetown Market.

• Planning & Zoning vote on Hoffman pushed to March 24.

• William Pitt named a Platinum Award winner by the Cartus Broker Network.

• Hilary S. Berger, Ed.D., will hold a four-week program for mothers at the Wilton Family Y.

• Millstone will host a pig carving workshop with the Schoolhouse at Cannondale Saturday.

• Bistro 7 takes first place at ChowdaFest.

• Jesse Rosenschein, marketing director at Canine Company will be the guest bartender at Bistro 7 on March 20 as a fund-raiser for ROAR of Ridgefield.

• The Greens at Cannondale’s Community Education Series: Staying in charge at the end of life.

• “Upcycle” trash into art.

• Fairfield man arrested for driving under the influence on Route 7.

• Redding man arrested for narcotics possession.

• Wilton Police found discharged remains of three “blank” rounds on Deer Run Road after residents reported hearing gunshots.

• Wilton man arrested for disorderly conduct following a domestic dispute.

• Stamford man arrested for larceny in shoplifting incident at Ancona’s Wines & Liquors.

• An iPhone was found on Middlebrook Farm Road and turned in to police.

• A gold ring was found at Bradley Park off Wolfpit Road and turned in to police.

Home Monthly: Open house: DBAR’s design concept, Weed & Duryea’s showroom debut, adapting homes for senior living.

Arts & Leisure: Dustin Hoffman is filming Boychoir in the area and talks with director Francois Girard at Fairfield University about the film and his career; Greenwich Symphony Orchestra features guest pianist Frederic Chiu in weekend concerts; Gilbert Gottfried is at the White Plains Performing Arts Center Saturday; the Reel Dad gives a top rating to the documentary Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me; and test driver Steven Macoy is enthusiastic about the new Land Rover LR4.