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-based Hindu temple is led by traditional monk.

• The Wilton Playshop presents a ‘charming’ and ‘quirky’ love story.

• Tall Middlebrook light poles struck down, again.

• The ‘Rat Pack’ group jazzes up the Clune Center.

• Board of Selectmen: There is no such thing as a ‘legal revote.’

• Toni Boucher seeks residents’ opinions on tolls through online survey and petition.

• Race relations and politics in the Gilded Age will be discussed at the library.

• Wilton wells will be tested for arsenic and uranium contamination.

• Bobcats spotted in Wilton backyard. We have video!

• Legislative reps discuss Hartford issues at the library on Feb. 24.

• Danbury Hospital offers EMT training.

• Cannon Grange presents heart health program.

• Delegation announces ideas to improve Metro-North’s Danbury Line.

• Wilton Family Y seeks ‘distinguished citizens.’

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers “Getting Older Isn’t’ for Sissies” program.

• Walks and Talks: Getting to know Cherry Lane Park.

• Gail Lavielle recently testified in support of a proposal to change affordable housing regulations.

• Police Log: Stolen cell phone, Missing MacBook, Missing cash.

• Architect says Miller-Driscoll renovation price estimates are off.


• Wilton High School second quarter high honor roll.

• Warrior Words: Deadlines.

• School district moves forward with ‘comprehensive’ special services review.

• Snow days extend school year and may take away from April break.


• Editorial: Winter, you win.

• Letter: Metro-North improvements needed now.

• Letter: Calling all seventh-grade parents.

• Letter: Please remember, Giving Day is March 5.

• Letter: Light pole trial a waste of taxpayer money.


• State Farm and Georgeann Hoffman celebrate 10 years in Wilton.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: January.

• Temple B’nai Chaim parishioners can support the temple by shopping at local grocery stores.

• Wiltonian John Ruane announces plans to produce a documentary about Brazilian soccer.


• Marriage equality advocate becomes justice of the peace.

• Wilton Presbyterian Church presents panel discussion on advance directives.

• Norwalk-Wilton AARP meets Feb. 26.

• Weir Farm seeks docents.

• Daisy troops spread Valentine’s Day love among Wilton’s seniors.

• Wiremill Academy holds auditions for its spring production.


Beverly Travers.

David W. Ostergren.

Walter Roswell Truman Smith.

Irving Kolier.


• Wilton High School boys basketball team closes in on FCIAC berth.

• Erin Cunningham hits 1,000 points as Wilton High School’s girls basketball team wins 18th game in a row.

• Wilton High School indoor track member Spencer Brown runs to state title.

• Wilton High School gymnastics team looks to bounce back after disappointing FCIACs.

• Haley Howard leads the Wilton High School ski team in finale.

• Finn McGovern and Nick Rende lead the Wilton High School wrestling team at FCIAC championship.

• Wilton Open paddle tennis tournament is March 21.

• Greenwich pulls away late to defeat Wilton High School boys hockey team, 8-4.

Arts & Leisure

• Rob MacArthur has been researching for-profit educational companies for many years and was inspired to write a book, Online Education Fraud, The Diary of A Short Seller.

• The Twice Baked Twins acknowledge it’s cold and suggest soup as an antidote.

• Joe Pisani finds the ‘selfie’ can be revealing.

• The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, presents his Oscar forecast.

• The 2015 Dodge Dart GT shows its European roots, says test driver Steven Macoy.

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