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:

News


Wilton wins first FCIAC baseball title in 20 years .
Sensible Wilton sues the town .
Paying it forward: Near-fatal accident inspires service to others .
Running staff member causes lockdown at Miller-Driscoll .
• ‘Tis the season to shop at the farmers’ market.
• Women voters look at local businesses.
• Agency seeks hospice volunteers.
• Weir art tradition continued.
Interim fire chief to become permanent .
• Two appointed to serve on library board.
• Quarry Head gift.
• ABC of Wilton: Experts impart life skills.
Weir Farm hike celebrates National Trails Day .
Wilton is at the heart of new mystery novel .
• Students help relieve hunger.
• Nursing agency memorial service recalls loved ones.
• Norwalk Rowing Association launches summer session with National Learn to Row Day.
• Police Log: ATM skimming , Disorderly conduct and criminal trespass, DUI, Breakup leads to strangulation, Disorderly conduct, Asleep at the wheel, Jewelry theft , Found jewelry.

Schools


• Warrior Words: Re: Dear Future Tyus.
Students receive scholarships from the Wilton Education Association .
• Post Graduation Party theme is revealed.
• Scout meets senator.
Board approves calendars for next two school years .
Wilton High School presents Late Night Wilton .
• Nicholas Cullen replaces benches, earns Eagle Scout award.
• Happy Hands offers summer camps.
• Miller-Driscoll project design and portable classroom update.
• Student Briefs: Carnegie Mellon University, Lehigh University, UNC Asheville, University of New Hampshire, University of Vermont, Yale University.

Social


Cantor celebrates 25 years with temple .
• Wilton Dance Studio wraps up season with spring show.
• Encore Club invites new members.
• Church hosts Treasure Chest and Antiques Appraisal Fair.

Opinion


Editorial: Don’t stand by .
• Letter: Recalling another championship season.
• Letter: A big thank-you to first responders.
• Letter: Specifics needed on pond chemicals.
• Letter: Democrats seek candidates for office.
• Letter: Doing more harm than good.
• Letter: Rotary craft show raises $4,500.
• The TASC List: A noisy road show.
• Notes From the Board Table: Calendars, renovations, grades.

Business


• Forza Five welcomes RCA soul man Grayson Hugh.
Wilton Auto & Tire plans to purchase utility building .
• Feinberg English Silver joins in Connecticut Open House Day.
• Westy Self Storage supports Wilton Youth Council.
• Breitling has a jet team.

Obituaries


Stephen J. Messelt .

Sports


• Wilton rides Morin’s arm to FCIAC baseball title.
Wilton High School track: Brown wins 1600 at states, breaks Class L record .
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse team advances to final eight.
Wilton High School boys lacrosse team takes down Bunnell in opener .
Wilton High School boys tennis: Two doubles teams reach state quarterfinals .
After getting new life, Wilton High School girls tennis team suffers tough loss to Glastonbury .
• Wilton High School senior Kyle Jonas finds common ground in hockey and golf: success.
• Wilton High School senior and Maritime Rowing Club team captain Luca Furst qualifies for national rowing championships.
• Wilton High School senior Greg Bauerfeld signs commitment letter to join Syracuse University’s men’s rowing team.
• Wilton High School boys golf team earns split in finale.

Arts & Leisure


• KEYS (Kids Empowered by Your Support), which provides instrumental music instruction to children in Bridgeport schools has a new president, Gina Wilson of Ridgefield.
• Test driver Steven Macoy found impressive quality and performance in the 2015 Hyundai Elantra Sport.
• Blythe Danner is charming and lovely in I’ll See You in My Dreams, says the Reel Dad Mark Schumann.

Wilton Answer Book


• The answers to more than 400 questions about life in Wilton.




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