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:

• Third installment of the library-historical society scholarly series looks at the rise and fall of Connecticut’s textile industry.

• Building committee presents two options for Miller-Driscoll renovation.

• Town imposes one-year moratorium on medical marijuana facilities.

• Seeds of a new church are planted.

• Wilton High School second-quarter high honor roll.

• Wilton musicians join the Greater Bridgeport Youth Orchestra in performance at the Klein Auditorium on Sunday.

• Four Wilton High vocalists perform at ACDA concert.

• Warrior Words: I’d (really) like to thank the Academy.

• Wilton High School students achieve Merit finalist status.

• Connecticut Friends School adds to curriculum.

• Crepe dinner celebrates Mardi Gras.

• Wilton dancers from the Conservatory of Dance in Georgetown participated in the 13th Annual DanceFest.

• Little Women opens as a musical Friday at The Wilton Playshop.

• Church choirs sing of “Majesty & Glory.”

• Gene Feher named honorary chair of Wilton Relay for Life 2014.

• Students and professionals will play “Side-by-Side.”

• Fresh Air Fund volunteers  host Feb. 28 information session.

• Cardiac Companion offers instruction from both sides of the stretcher.

• DEEP announces EV sales award.

• Record results for Accelatis.

• Party Showcase is set for March 9.

• People’s United Bank will host the first Business After Hours event of 2014 on March 5.

• Contractor who misled a 92-year-old arrested.

• Buses will replace some trains beginning Saturday.

• Good Samaritan tries to find quilt’s owner.

• DJ Kenny P returns to Trackside.

• Editorial: Improving access through online voting registration.

• Letters: We must frack or freeze, teen views on healthy relationships, and a strong defense of Latin at Wilton High School.

• News Notes: More than 250 nonprofit organizations — including four from Wilton — will participate in the Fairfield County Community Foundation’s “24 Hours To Give” event.

• News Notes: Politics on air.

• News Notes: Traffic lights down.

• Wilton Y reps joined legislators to discuss YMCA initiatives.

• Stephen Hudspeth: Events mark two remarkable men.

• Obituaries: Carolyn Ann Cummiskey, Gisele Eichbaum, Charles J. Nash, Jr.

• Stamford man arrested for liquor larceny.

• Wilton woman arrested for driving under the influence.

• An iPad was found in the middle of Olmstead Hill Road and it still works!

• Danbury man arrested for failure to appear, interfering with an officer and marijuana possession.

• Seventeen-year-old Wilton man arrested for evading responsibility, failure to return a suspended license, traveling too fast for conditions, and failure to drive right.

• Police warn residents of kidnapping phone scams.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice will host free presentation on conversations between adult children and their parents.

• Reading Rocks! nets $35,000 for schools.

• Connecticut voter registration is now online.

• Part of an exterior brick wall collapsed on the i.Park property Monday.

• Parks & Recreation: If field lights are on, they are being paid for.

• Energy commission looks into feasibility of Wilton High School fuel cell.

• Health experts will discuss heart disease procedures, medications and research at Wilton Library.

• Ski, snowboard race honors late instructor, helps disabled.

• Adult coffeehouse at Trackside on March 8.

• Kiwanis launches annual citrus sale.

• Girls basketball reaches the FCIAC finals for the first time in 25 years. The game is Thursday night and will be webcast on HAN Radio.

• Boys basketball earned a spot in the playoffs and will tip off on Saturday.

• Girl skiers clinch conference title.

• Ridgefield nips Wilton in final girls hockey game of the season.

• Wilton gymnasts won their 10th match of the season as they tune up for the state tournament.

• Senior wrestler Joey Fraccaroli finishes third in Class L state championship.

• Wilton loses the Winter Garden Trophy in overtime.

Arts & Leisure: Fred Newman of Redding can recreate many sounds using only his voice. The veteran of A Prairie Home Companion with Garrison Keillor will share stories from his life and career Sunday at the Mark Twain Library. Former Bulletin editor Jeff Yates will give a free coastal fly fishing lesson on Sunday at Greenwich Point Park. High school seniors from Fairfield and Westchester counties open their own show at the Katonah Museum of Art on Sunday. The Reel Dad offers his Oscar predictions.

Dining Guide: Loads of menus, coupons and more from Wilton and area restaurants.