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:


• Blizzard’s blast falls a bit short.

Branch lines may benefit from Gov. Dannel Malloy’s transportation plan.

• Mark Twain’s ‘gilded life’ is up for discussion Sunday.

• Arts & Leisure section to expand.

• Take me home tonight: I won’t get in a car ’til I see SafeRides’ lights.

Public hearing on school budget sees low turnout once again.

• Opera singer’s ‘unusual’ story will be shared at Wilton Library.

Stack of lottery tickets taken from Caraluzzi’s Market.

• Residents may voice opinions on Sensible Wilton petition.

Probate Judge Anthony DePanfilis visits Wilton Library.

• News Notes: In search of wood, Hope on the wing.

• Surging stock market has little effect on town pensions.

• The Family & Children’s Agency offers the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program.

• Automatic absentee ballots available for disabled voters.

• Police Log: Pot possession, Failure to appear, Domestic, Missing iPad, Stolen tools, Stolen iPhone.

• Regional planning group hires a new executive director.


• Warrior Words: No place for competition — a common pursuit.

• Improv comedy returns to Wilton High School.

• Cider Mill looks to revive third-grade world language.

Wilton High School will get a security booth ‘any day now.’

• Miller-Driscoll Building Committee moves forward with temporary classrooms for students.

• Student Briefs: James Madison University, Roger Williams University, UConn, University of Notre Dame, University of Dayton, University of Rhode Island.


• December and January are ‘surge’ months for local health clubs.

• Hunter Arton joins Lockwood-Mathews Mansion Museum’s Board of Trustees.


• Wilton Historical Society offers chocolate-making events for Valentine’s Day.

• Ambler Farm offers fun winter programs.

• Focus ’15 invites photo entries.

• Scratching the surface of backyard chicken raising.


Editorial: A close call.

• Letter: A revote is not called for.

• Letter: A revote would diminish the value of our vote.

• Letter: Why are we spending $50 million?

• Letter: Sensible Wilton urges citizen participation Feb. 2.

• Letter: Town charter provides for town meeting.

• A View from Glen Hill: Doomsayers drone on.

• From the Firehouse: Scalds — a burning issue.


Joan L. Moser.


• Wilton High School boys basketball team falls to Vikings.

• Wilton High School girls basketball team routs Westhill for 11th win in a row.

• Wilton High School boys hockey team loses to New Canaan, 8-0.

• Former Wilton High School lacrosse head coach Paul McNulty is inducted into the Connecticut Lacrosse Hall of Fame.

• Wilton High School ski team swept four opponents in head-to-head races last Wednesday.

• Wilton High School gymnastics team improves its record to 4-1 after beating Staples last Friday.

Arts & Leisure

• David Dunlop and Max Dunlop of Wilton will show the results of their collaborative work Saturday at Ridgefield’s Watershed Gallery.

• The Theory of Everything is a subtle study of character and courage.

• Test driver Steven Macoy takes the 2015 Infiniti QX60 3.5 AWD out for a spin and finds a winning combination of luxury and technology.

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