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:

News

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.

Schools

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.

Business

• Cake Boutique celebrates 10 years.

• Tapas Deb named assistant manager at Bankwell in Wilton.

• New GI doctor: Dr. Mae Tighe.

Social

• Dim sum class for adults at Ambler Farm.

Students come home to sing for playshop.

• Nurses sponsor ‘Gift from the Heart.’

Opinion

• 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.

Obituaries

Christine Dale Gildden.

Melinda Lisle Meinke.

Sports

• 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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