Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:
News
• Commission picks Crosby to lead police.
• Wilton police are object of prayers and thanks.
• ‘Fat Guy’ stops in Wilton on trip across America.
• Slaughter talks murder and sisters.
• Warriors for A Cure looks to top the nation again. More...
• Selectman Saxe resigns. More...
• Newly created town position to be filled by Chris Burney.
• Rotary Club Carnival returns Sept. 18.
• Bobcat trips camera wire. More...
• Nurses need office help.
• Sept. 11 tribute on Friday.
• Learn to row at the Y.
• Demolition delayed to preserve parts of history.
• Kiwanis will sell pumpkins.
• Get behind the wheel! Touch-A-Truck is coming to town.
• Turf application gets a last look.
• New ceramics instructor spins passion with pottery.
• Lavielle achieves perfect voting record.
• Drum Hill DAR begins 125th year.
• Minks to Sinks offers in-home consigning.
• Historic home sells to developer.
• Wiltonian conducts research in Israel.
• Library Lines: A swinging good time, Drop-in Story Times, Author talk about Kissinger, Library’s got a brand new bag, D-I-Y classes.
• Senior Center News: Book discussion, Introduction to Bridge Lessons, Intermediate Bridge, Photo Book Workshop, Coming events.
Social
• Manhattan’s beginnings.
• Wilton artists in Carriage Barn show.
• Katharine S. Welling weds Jason M. Cantrell.
• Senior luncheon.
• Tour of Lambert Corner recalls historic Wilton.
Opinion
• Editorials: Remembering.
• Letters to the Editors: Evidence mounts against turf fields, A beautiful town to die in, It’s time to face reality.
• NewsNotes: Pasta benefit, Teens build homes, Circle of Care 5K, Student historians.
• WVAC 911: ‘Touch the brain, never the same.’
Sports
• WHS Boys Soccer: Big senior class looks to go out as champs.
• WHS Field Hockey: Veteran group makes Warriors again one of the teams to beat.
• WHS Volleyball: Wilton hopes to add a few more wins, making tourney.
• WHS Girls Swimming: Warriors expect a boost from improved diving.
• Norwalk Grassroots Tennis tournament set for Sept. 26.
• Former Wilton High School Football standout Tyler Mirabile makes debut for St. Lawrence.
• Youth Soccer: Girls Travel, Boys Travel.
• Youth Football: Sixth grade, Eighth grade.
Police
• Tire missing, DUI.
• 97 mph with learner’s permit. More...
• Three-car pile-up.
• DUI on Powderhorn.
• Kids on top of CVS.
• Harasser arrested.
• Landscaping equipment stolen.
• Juveniles surrender.
• Firearms training.
Obituaries
• Robert L. Cieri Sr. More...
• Joyce Carvutto memorial service. More..
Schools
• High school TV studio gets summer makeover.
• Award-winning director joins Trackside.
• Warrior Words by Christian Lovallo: Perks of a job
• Student Briefs: Clemson University, Northeastern University.
Business
• Milestone Yoga turns 30.
• Brookdale hosts auction and ribbon-cutting.
• Business Update: Marcus presents at 2015 Business Women’s Forum, Jersey Mike’s raises $5,500 for Special Olympics, JoyRide Wilton hosts ‘Enjoy the Ride’ weekend.
• Real Estate Sales.
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