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 girls roll to first-ever LL state hoops title .
Light attendance at budget hearings .
• Superintendent tops Wilton public school earners.
Nick Lee is Wilton Chamber Businessperson of the Year .
• Vernal pool study at Woodcock Nature Center on April 4.
Bong store goes up in smoke .
Farm share program invites new members .
Current town budget is at 66.58% completion .
Wilton company helps provide 50 newly built wheelchairs .
Wilton plastic surgeon performs volunteer surgery .
Doctor explores six common emerging drugs of abuse .
• Parks and Recreation Department offers summer camps.
• Miller-Driscoll plans second spring carnival.
Town cleanup is March 28 .
• A Taste of Wilton tickets on sale now.
Wilton Republicans sponsor Easter egg hunt .
• Rail schedule changes affect Danbury Branch line.
Boards discuss Common Core, enrichment and excess cost grant .
• Spring Break Adventures at Woodcock Nature Center.
Sgt. Robert Kluk promoted to lieutenant .
• Dr. David Lorenz named Hands for Life honorary chair.
• Portable classrooms approved.
Old Danbury Road plan passes next step .
Effective ways to monitor and filter kids’ online activity .
‘Sensible’ petition has enough signatures, president says .
• Police Log: Scratch-off theft, DUI, Domestics, Larceny.


• Warrior Words: Visible.
Wilton schools take a ‘greener’ approach .
Wilton High School security booth is up and running .
• Wilton High School Model Congress freezes competition at Columbia University.
District incorporates technology, teaches students digital citizenship .
Students take SBAC in upcoming weeks .
Town & Country Montessori School open house on March 28 .


• Library goes the distance with fund-raiser.
Hot & Cool concert features jazz flutist .
• Hope Church celebrates Good Friday and Easter.
Emily Slach to wed Nick Snider .
Former Wiltonian will discuss ‘Suburban Homesteading’ on April 1 .


Editorial: A few changes .
A View from Glen Hill: Model behavior .
• Letter: Fairness in hiring at fire department.
Letter: Thanks from boys basketball team .
• Letter: Must teachers be certified in CPR?
• Letter: Ambler is a great gardening resource.
Letter: St. Baldrick’s — hair for donations .
• Letter: Panhandling in Wilton.
From Town Hall: A misguided effort .
From the Firehouse: Make fire safety a priority .


Andrew Krochko becomes executive director at The Greens at Cannondale .
Bankwell opens in Norwalk .
Blue Buffalo unleashes racing team .
• Green Maid celebrates its grand opening.


Charles Anthony Lamb .
Beverly Jean Barrie Lamb .
Yolanda Lokey .


Wilton High School girls basketball team routs South Windsor to capture state championship .
• Murph’s Turf: As hockey game shows, girls sports still not equal.
• Strong showing for Y gymnasts at league championship meet.
Relays set pace for the Wilton High School boys swim team at State Open .
• Wilton High School varsity cheerleaders honored their 10 seniors during Feb. 25 boys basketball game.

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