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 police purchase body cameras.

Late WWII veteran honored at home and abroad.

• Sister Mary Cecile celebrates her 110th birthday.

Wilton kicks off Relay for Life on Tuesday.

• Wilton welcomes Lori Kaback as its new town clerk.

• ROAR continues to host its Roar with Laughter fund-raiser, despite postal service setback.

Stay at Home receives ad grant.

• ‘Sensible’ discussion moved to Feb. 17.

• Woodcock offers winter break camp.

Saturday is “Take Your Child to the Library Day.”

• Assessment petitions due this month.

Kiwanis citrus sale under way.

Civil case in Nick Parisot’s death moves forward.

• News Notes: Gardening basics, Blood donations down.

• Nonprofits have until Feb. 13 to register for ‘giving day.’

• Police Log: High school pot possession, Cocaine possession, DUIs, Trespassing,  Evading, The safe is safe.

Hit-and-run suspect skips court date.

• Next Von Kohorn hearing is in March.

• Harvard club offers nonprofits grants.


Wilton High School pilots Google Glass.

• High school seniors get early privileges this year.

• Cider Mill looks to incorporate new student enrichment tool.

• Warrior Words: A look behind.

• Student-led group creates ‘big girl room’ for resident.

• Student Briefs: Bates College, Miami University, The College of New Jersey.


• Cake Boutique celebrates 10 years.

• Tapas Deb named assistant manager at Bankwell in Wilton.

• New GI doctor: Dr. Mae Tighe.


• Dim sum class for adults at Ambler Farm.

• Students come home to sing for playshop.

• Nurses sponsor ‘Gift from the Heart.’


• Editorial: Three ways to help.

Letter: Turnover Shop’s generosity is extraordinary.

• Letter: Democrats seek nominees for open seats.

Letter: Wilton has a right to know.

• Letter: The Glen Hill view is not neutral.

• Letter: Columnist treats vote critics with contempt.

• The TASC List: Peak experiences.


Christine Dale Gildden.

Melinda Lisle Meinke.


• Wilton High School girls basketball team extends winning streak to 13.

Wilton High School boys basketball team breaks losing streak with a 65-62 win over Danbury High School.

Wilton High School indoor boys track team placed second and girls placed third at East Division championships.

• Wilton High School boys hockey team beats Westhill 5-2.

• Wilton High School boys swim team loses to New Canaan, 94-92.

Nick Rende, Steffan Nobles and Quinn Reedy lead the Wilton High School wrestling team at Ridgefield tournament.

• Wilton High School gymnasts split two meets.

• Wilton High School girls hockey team falls short to Fairfield.

Wilton Y gymnasts excel at championship qualifier.

Arts & Leisure

• The Wadsworth Atheneum’s new exhibition focusing on Coney Island has a companion show at the Westport Arts Center.

• The Twice Baked Twins have a special Valentine’s Day recipe to suggest.

• Joe Pisani (Did I Say That?) really appreciates Mr. Carson, pater familias of the Downton Abbey downstairs crew.

• The Reel Dad, Mark Schumann, reviews ‘Still Alice’ with Julianne Moore; she’s stellar. Alec Baldwin, not so much.

• The Lexus IS350 AWD Sedan is a top-shelf midsize sedan says test driver Steven Macoy.

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