In this week’s Wilton Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features in this week's Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• School kicks off on Monday with new buses, technology and teachers.

• Crowds gathered along the Norwalk River for rubber duck racing.

• Wilton Family Y celebrates its 40th year with a 'booming start.'

• It's time for the R-word: Revaluation.

• Visiting nurses offer memory tests for seniors

• Color a truck, win a truck. A toy truck, that is.

• If you think you pay a lot of taxes, get a look at the top 10.

• The Nick Parisot murder investigation continues as police look for assistance in California.

• CL&P has announced the start of the second year of a home energy program.

• Letters this week: "Route 7 expressway in Brookfield is a benefit," "Shelter makes it hard to adopt;" "Class of '92 seeks classmates as it plans reunion," "Ted Hoffstatter appeals to both parties," "Gail Lavielle is a wise choice," "Teen's first vote will be for Hoffstatter."

• After witnessing the 2010 Haitian earthquake, a student returns for a school project.

• Max Fanwick was honored as an Eagle Scout for his work at Weir Farm.

• Local co-op shares organic herbs and vegetables.

• Connec-to-Talk gets new space for special needs kids.

• Wiltonian will ride in charity event to benefit Smilow Cancer Hospital.

• Boys gymnastics makes its debut.

• World's top doubles team will play a professional tennis exhibition.

• Darryl Strawberry will sign autographs at Bruce Bennett Nissan on Saturday.

• Arts & Leisure: Ridgefield's Dave Rich pens his first novel, Caravan of Thieves; New Canaan Restaurant Week; Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons at the Levitt Pavilion; Tag and Treasure Sale in Ridgefield; The Reel Dad looks at The Odd Life of Timothy Green; and the Volkswagen Tiguan is pretty good.

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