In this week's Bulletin
• Carnival brings out the crowds.
• A Taste of Wilton: New food and new venue.
• Police are still town’s top earners.
• After five years, natural gas up Wolfpit won’t cost a cent.
• Artist returns to Wilton for business and romance.
• Grodin strolls down memory lane in comic style.
• Connecticut kicks off mattress recycling initiative.
• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: March.
• League members discuss Cuba.
• Newcomers donate to Wilton Library.
• Trustees present $70K check to Friends of Ambler Farm.
• Transportation plan focuses on Route 7 and Danbury branch.
• Wilton native B.D. White finds success in New York City.
• Trackside Spring Fling is April 25.
• Marly’s Restaurant donates $2,500 to Trackside.
• Wilton resident participates in the Run For The Wild Bronx Zoo race on April 25.
• Eight-year-old Wiltonian named 2015 Little Miss Turn It Up.
• Middle schoolers can learn to bake and decorate cakes.
• Andy Gundell will be a guest at Celebrity Voice Coach Platform Showcase.
• Police Log: Kicking officer, Larceny at Stop & Shop, Crack possession, Protective order, Threatening in 2014, Breach of peace, Disorderly, Failure to appear.
• News Notes: When you lose a spouse, Meeting venue change, Rotary grants, Windy names.
• Warrior Words: ‘We regret to inform you that …’
• Miller-Driscoll students share concerns and experiences through art.
• School district pilots Achievement Value Analysis.
• Middlebrook School named USA Art Partner of the Year.
• Wilton High School students to compete in state history contest.
• Student Briefs: John Hopkins University, The Gunnery.
• Sixth grade sustainable living course comes to Middlebrook.
• Wiltonian receives Colby-Sawyer Award.
• PGP plans 2015 graduation night.
• Warrior Words columnists wanted.
• Wilton author releases second in horror series.
• Wiltonian performs in Olympus On My Mind.
• Wilton’s Holson chairs charity boutique.
• Wilton pianist performs in Darien.
• Senior luncheon speaker recalls JFK’s legacy.
• Artists invited to help art ‘bloom.’
• Trauma manager talks to seniors.
• Editorial: Tick season.
• Letter: Which way Wilton?
• Letter: New gas line needs how much from taxpayers?
• WVAC 911: Why you should learn CPR on May 3.
• Boutique says bright colors mark spring.
• Young’s on YouTube.
• Realtor at the top.
• Connecticut unemployment among highest in New England.
• Paragon Realty takes over Town Green properties.
• Grace Ginsberg Weitman.
• Jackson Ward’s no-hitter in opener highlights first week for Wilton High School baseball.
• Wilton High boys lacrosse team makes statement in one-goal loss to Prep.
• Bobcats spoil season opener for Wilton High School softball team, 2-0.
• Wilton High School girls lacrosse: Cardinals hold off Wilton, 11-10.
• Freya Coombe named head coach of Wilton High girls soccer.
• Wilton High School girls tennis team wins three of four.
• Wilton High School boys tennis team loses close to one to Warde, but scores three convincing wins.
• Wilton High girls golf team is going in the right direction as second season gets underway.
Arts & Leisure
• Judy Collins has been singing on stage for more than 50 years and continues to tour; she’ll be at the Ridgefield Playhouse on April 23, a place she knows well.
• Reel Dad Mark Schumann highlights the Tribeca Film Festival, which celebrates independent film.
• In questions of etiquette, kindness is always the way to go, says columnist Catherine Michaels.
• The Lexus RC350 AWD Coupe is a sweet handling and sporty new model says test driver Steven Macoy.
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