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:
• John Tully Knight admits responsibility for Parisot death.
• DAR celebrates 125th anniversary by volunteering.
• Bill would allow Wilton girl and others to use medical marijuana.
• Wilton police seek $12K grant for body cameras.
• Circle of Care exhibition provides intimate look at cancer.
• Democrats to honor three at breakfast.
• Stay at Home offers ID theft workshop.
• Wilton High School hosts organic plant sale.
• Three bonding projects go to vote next month.
• Therapist discusses lymphedema and other complications of cancer.
• Parent support group meets April 27.
• Wilton Library’s Beyond Words committee makes final preparations for the library’s benefit on May 1.
• The Greens education series explores complementary and integrative medicine.
• New tick disease is deadly, but rare.
• Selectmen approve natural gas.
• Norwalk Hospital hosts community blood drive on April 24.
• Minks to Sinks seeks consignments and donations.
• Free embroidery workshops at Wilton Historical Society.
• Plant sale will feature ‘gardens under glass.’
• Former Bulletin reporter was finalist for Pulitzer Prize.
• Veterans invited to submit photos.
• Survey questions well-being and happiness statewide.
• Town sports camps offered.
• Crosby will interview for chief’s position.
• Legislators criticize ‘Second Chance’ bill.
• Scholarships available from Gilbert trust.
• Mental health course in Georgetown.
• Newspaper account of Lincoln’s death among library auction items.
• Police Log: Domestic, DUI, Pot possession, suspended license, Simple trespass, Weapons charge, Found property.
• Warrior Words: A Forum for thought.
• A call for tech students.
• High school celebrates world languages and cultures.
• Students collect supplies for Arts for Healing.
• Wiltonian named a Newman Civic Fellow.
• Warrior Words columnists wanted!
• Wilton dancers earn awards.
• Wilton Singers goes to the movies.
• Library raises more than $5,000 at Wine Tasting & Restaurant Showcase.
• Summer fun at Ambler Farm.
• Editorial: Honoring the Earth.
• Letter: Rail upgrades promised but never delivered.
• Letter: A more civil tone is called for.
• Memorial Day parade plans are under way.
• Nobody Told Me That: 2015 Annual Town Meeting.
• A View from Glen Hill: The power of one!
• Prime Tutoring celebrates five years.
• Young’s plans tree planting to coincide with Arbor Day.
• Café Ruche will have a patio.
• Filley has ‘Advantage.’
• Top Docs in Stamford.
• Free CME course.
• Frances L. Day.
• Memorial service for Robert E. Livesey.
• Wilton High School boys lacrosse team shuts down Fordham Prep.
• Wilton High School baseball team bounces back with wins over Weston and McMahon.
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse team beats Danbury.
• Wilton High School boys golf team prevails in opener.
• Wilton High School softball team routs Senators, 13-2.
• Wilton High School girls tennis scores easy win.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team dominates Central, 7-0.
• Three Wiltonians attained 2014-15 national rankings in the American Platform Tennis Association.
Arts & Leisure
• It’s still a work in progress nearly five years since a tornado hit Bridgeport, but the Barnum Museum is moving forward, using the modern section of its space for programs and exhibits, as restoration and fund-raising continue.
• The Clouds of Sils Maria is a simple story, beautifully told by two very talented actresses: Juliette Binoche and Kristin Stewart. The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, reviews the film this week.
• The 2015 Lexus RX 350 is predictable, in a good way, says test driver Steven Macoy.
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