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:
• Wilton Y will honor Hudspeths and Kaelins as ‘Distinguished Citizens.’
• Wiltonian’s advocacy for 9/11 flight attendants commended.
• Voters say no, but budget still passes.
• Wilton’s building inspector is the best in the county.
• Congressman Himes gets tour of Wilton Historical Society.
• Teacher accused of assault has plea hearing continued to June.
• Selectmen will address Sensible Wilton petition.
• Affordable housing units near train station move forward, again.
• ‘Saving Washington’ is latest municipal sculpture initiative.
• Learning of Colonial life.
• Library continues wi-fi upgrade.
• Rotary craft show marks 25 years.
• Mothers prepare to re-enter workforce.
• Route 7 is being repaved.
• Ambler Farm rabbits need names.
• Youth United car wash on May 16.
• Wilton Historical Society hosts a barn raising day on May 16.
• HAN Network takes ‘Road less traveled.’
• Plan for turf field at Middlebrook will come before Planning & Zoning.
• NAMI-CAN offers parent support group.
• Jeana Shepard’s photography displayed in Circle of Care exhibition.
• Wilton author Mark Rubinstein’s Return to Sandara wins gold medal.
• Kiwanis Club will start Memorial Day with annual pancake breakfast.
• Tree-top rides highlight tree festival.
• Walks and talks: Bradley Park tour, development and water quality.
• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: April.
• News Notes: Summer fun, A-fib program.
• Police Log: Unregistered car and pot, Stolen car, DUI and deported, DUIs, Burglary at Millstone, Simple trespass.
• Warrior Words: Time to leave ...
• Evaline Xie and Grace Nickel named Merit Scholars.
• Emily Tucker wins writing prize.
• Wilton High School ranked ninth best school in the state.
• Tanner Schmauch wins Pinewood Derby Championship.
• Education board approves policy provisions.
• School community celebrates technology.
• Wilton High School Third Quarter Honor Roll.
• Molly Rollison retires.
• Board approves sustainable living course.
• Three bylaws still under review by education board.
• Miller-Driscoll students participate in All Children Exercising Simultaneously program.
• Student Briefs: Champlain College, Elon University.
• Booked for Lunch looks at the first lady of the South.
• Woodcock readies Evening Under the Stars.
• Wilton photographer’s work accepted into Ridgefield Guild of Artists show.
• Music at senior luncheon.
• Silent movies at the Grange.
• Editorial: Watch those ashes.
• Letter: Change the 15% rule.
• Letter: Democrats seek nominees.
• Letter: CPR event effects will be long-lasting.
• Letter: Many hands make voting run smoothly.
• Letter: The vote in verse.
• Babaloo joins Wilton restaurant scene.
• Bankwell gives $1,500 to be the lunch sponsor for Trackside’s golf tournament.
• Canine Company introduces a mobile pet spa and pet visiting service.
• New SVP at Webster.
• Ellen Garcia named agent of the year.
• Ryan and Faulds acquired.
• Norman P. Borkowski.
• Memorial donations for Alice Levin.
• Memorial service for John Guerra.
• FCIAC has change of heart, keeps Thanksgiving football.
• Wilton High baseball player Scott McEwen provides relief as Wilton tops St. Joseph.
• Wilton High School boys lacrosse team falls short against Staples and Greenwich.
• Wilton High School girls tennis team wins three more, closes in on top-four seed.
• Four Seasons tennis event will benefit Ability Beyond.
• Sam Blicht earns all-regional honors for Franklin & Marshall lacrosse.
• Wilton High School boys golf team beats St. Joseph for second win in a row.
• Track team member Hunter Shipp is triple winner for Wilton High School.
• Mary Lynch leads way for Wilton High School girls track team with two wins.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team sweeps three matches.
• Wilton High School girls golf team falls to Ludlowe and Darien.
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse pummels St. Joseph, 15-4.
Arts & Leisure
• There is a lot going on at the Discovery Museum and the Adventure Park at the Discovery Museum in Bridgeport.
• The Twice-Baked Twins have a sweet treat: Nana’s Pistachio Cupcakes.
• The new biopic Saint Laurent is a revealing look at the designer’s life, says the Reel Dad.
• The Honda Odyssey is tops in the minivan field, says test driver Steven Macoy.
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