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:


  • Lynne Vanderslice, Michael Kaelin, David K. Clune win election. More...

  • Miller-Driscoll renovation is ‘trending under budget.’ More...

  • Hunger will stop for 452 children.

  • Brothers in Arts comes to Wilton.

  • Library program will reflect on World War I.

  • Developer applies for residential subdivision.

  • ‘Routine’ matter raises ire at selectmen meeting.

  • Veterans march on Veterans Day.

  • Second Wiltonian awarded Légion d’Honneur.

  • Classes in wilderness safety.

  • Timothy Leonard hearing pushed to Nov. 5.

  • The Helium Brothers reunite.

  • Legal Notices.

  • Library Lines: Lush landscapes fill gallery walls, Flu prevention, Hard drives destroyed — with a purpose, World War I discussed, Dance moves taught, Alzheimer’s discussed, New Yorker cartoon editor is author.

  • Senior Center News: Medicare enrollment, Free downloads, Photo organizing, Healthy eating, Thanksgiving lunch, VA hospital donations, Coming events.


  • Editorials: Honoring service.

  • Letters to the Editors: Turf project has alternative locations, Wild Things Run ‘beautiful fall event,’ Encore Club thanks contributors, Keep momentum to save home, Pumpkins will return next year, Hospice provides essential service.

  • NewsNotes: Care options, YMCA champ.

  • A view from Glen Hill: United in community.

  • The TASC List by Joe Brenner: Write on.


  • American Artisan Show preview party and silent auction.

  • The Wilton Singers names a new director.

  • A film celebrates soil

  • Superintendent Kevin Smith talks about the state of the schools.

  • Bulletin Board.


  • WHS Field Hockey: Warriors to play for FCIAC title tonight, Nov. 5.

  • WHS Girls Soccer: Early goals lead Tigers past Wilton in FCIACs.

  • WHS Boys Soccer: Rapid-fire goals sink Warriors in FCIAC playoffs.

  • WHS Football: Darien shocks Wilton in 48-7 rout.

  • WHS Cross Country: Wilton girls third in Class L; Justin Hoelzl second in boys race.

  • Youth Soccer Results.

  • Youth Football Results.

  • Results, Records & Schedules.


  • Under 21 DUI with forged green card.

  • Bus damages utility poles.



  • New chef revamps Babaloo menu.

  • Business Update: Carlton Chen wins lifetime achievement award, Judith Klem earns fellowship, Elizabeth Chambers joins Berkshire Hathaway.

  • Real Estate Sales.


  • Christopher LoGiurato named Google Student Ambassador.

  • Warrior Words by Olivia Phelan: Thoughts from the late, great Peachwave.

  • Foundation grants top $500,000.

  • JoyRide hosts Spinraiser for ABC, Nov. 6.

Arts & Leisure

  • The Klein@75 celebration is coming up: Paul Shaffer will emcee.

  • The Reel Dad pays tribute to the late Maureen O’Hara, who died this week.

  • Test driver Steven Macoy checks out the redesigned Honda Pilot and finds big improvements all around.

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