In this week's Bulletin
- The race for selectmen.
- Admire fall in Wilton, keep a healthy yard.
- Middlebrook welcomes George Washington statue.
- Diana Nyad talks of grit, determination at Wilton Library.
- Artificial turf is approved, lighting denied. More...
- Repaving of roads rescheduled. More...
- Meet and greet Democratic candidates.
- Police dogs search Wilton High. More...
- Last chances to register to vote.
- Help Wilton Center ‘glow’ for the holidays.
- Legal notices.
- ‘The First Waltz’ comes to Trackside.
- Wilton Library: A ribbon is cut, a gift is given. More...
- Library Lines: Controversial religion examined, Flu season care, Healthy yards, Book Buzz is back, Inspirational author visits, Healthcare for small business.
- Senior Center News: Shakuhachi flute performance, Fall Harvest Festival, Introduction to bridge, Open bridge, Coming events.
- Two solicitors in same week, one a fugitive.
- Frank “Chip” Gawle named semifinalist for 2016 Music Educator Award.
- Riverdance performer to teach Irish dance at Trackside.
- Editorials: Serious business.
- Letters to the Editors: Pro-turf letter is inaccurate, Book sale succeeds with help of many.
- Campaign Notes by the staff: Students to quiz candidates, Selectmen debate Oct. 26, Democrats’ Oktoberfest.
- Candidate Statements: David Clune, Unaffiliated, Board of Selectmen; Deborah McFadden, Democrat, First Selectman.
- A View from Glen Hill: Sacred spaces.
- Endorsement letters.
- Robert Michael Biondi.
- Route 7 DUI.
- Wallet found.
- Truck flipped.
- WHS Football: Penalties a downer for Wilton in 19-7 loss to Warde.
- WHS Girls Soccer: Hats Off: Paisley Eagan’s hat trick powers Wilton in rout of Stamford.
- WHS Boys Soccer: Warriors end scoreless streak, beat Stamford, 3-2.
- WHS Field Hockey: Warriors fall to 11th-ranked Mamaroneck, 2-1.
- WHS Volleyball: Warriors suffer trio of defeats.
- WHS Girls Cross Country: Wilton girls win East Division for first time in five years. More...
- Results, Records, Schedules.
- Youth Soccer results.
- Norwalk River Rowing Association: Wilton rowers headed to Head of the Charles.
- Youth Football results.
- Fashion show benefits social services. More...
- Music on the Hill presents Handel.
- Seniors hear of benefits.
- Bulletin Board.
- Sacred lands at River Road Gallery.
- Wiltonian exhibits at World Maker Faire.
- Warrior Words by Christian Lovallo: Remember that parking brake!
- 26 Wilton students ‘commended’ in National Merit Scholarship Program.
- Janeen Leppert leaves Chamber of Commerce.
- Business Update: Al Alper speaks at I-Day, RVNA wins Innovator Award, Lars Cherichetti to present at ribbon-cutting.
- Real Estate Sales.
- Closing Comments.
Arts & Leisure
- Grace Farms and its iconic building The River opened last weekend.
- The Reel Dad talks about the New York Film Festival.
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