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

• After years of planning and debate, Wilton Commons received its certificate of occupancy.

• The Wilton Town Meeting is coming on May 7. Voters will decide on the budgets for the Board of Education and Board of Selectmen, as well as three bonding questions.

• A Wilton-based rock band, The Basement, played at Ridgefield BandJam. While they might not be America’s best new band, they are showing a lot of promise.

• Two Wilton police officers have received promotions.

• Are you anxious? James Cook, a social worker at Norwalk Hospital, offers advice.

• A hearing at Norwalk City Hall on May 8 will discuss, among other things, the Danbury branch of Metro-North.

• From the SWRMPO meeting in Hartford: area leaders oppose proposed regionalization mandates.

• Legislators raise concerns on spending and the budget at Trackside Teen Center.

• Wilton High School is the sixth-best public high school in Connecticut, according to U.S. News and World Reports.

• Wilton’s bravest are honored at their annual awards ceremony at Trackside Teen Center.

• First Selectman Bill Brennan tells why many taxpayers will see a decrease in their bills.

• Have questions about the Annual Town Meeting? The Wilton League of Women Voters has answers.

• TASC offers thoughts on leadership.

• Board of Education Chairman Bruce Likly reviews the latest board meeting.

• Letters: Taxpayer voices are needed, benefit concert.

• Mary Higgins Clark headlines a group of writers visiting Wilton Library in May.

• Musicians gather to remember and pay tribute to jazz great Chet Baker.

• Wilton native Ryan Frostig has a lead role in a Chicago play.

• Wilton Arts Council names its Focus ’13 winners.

• Warrior Words: Alosha Southern wonders if you can go home again.

• Earth Day activities at Miller-Driscoll bring planting, puppets, and composting.

• Students at Middlebrook School raise money for cancer.

• Obituaries: Jane E. Ryan, Kathryn Schenck.

• Police log: DUI, theft by employee, drug possession.

• The Wilton baseball team improved to 9-3 with a 5-4 walk-off win over Norwalk.

• John Salvatore is the new varsity girls soccer coach at Wilton High School.

• The girls lacrosse beat Staples 15-5.

• In girls tennis, the Warriors defeat rival Ridgefield. However, the boys lost to Staples and Ridgefield.

• On the softball diamond, Wilton committed multiple miscues in a loss to Norwalk.

• The WHS girls track team suffered its first defeat of the year. They boys split a tri-meet with New Canaan and Bassick.

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