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

• Volunteers give Woodcock Nature Center a spring cleaning for Earth Day.

• Best-selling author Mary Higgins Clark is coming to speak at Wilton Library. Read about her career and a few stories.

• Wilton Playshop is bringing Enchanted April to the stage and with it comes a new sound system that will greatly enhance the experience for the hearing-impaired.

• A breakdown of Wilton’s top salaries for public employees is examined.

• Wilton Library has a ‘Gigantic Book Sale.’

• Former A&E Networks President Nick Davatzes addressed the Kiwanis Club. Read as he tells of George Bush, Nancy Reagan, “Pawn Stars” and more.

• Farm shares available.

• A state grant will build Phase II of Wilton Commons.

• The 2003 Wilton Go Green Festival is coming on May 5.

• Editorials: legislative briefing and bicycle safety.

• Letters: health-sustaining legislation; scholars deserve congratulations; Community Nursing School marks 75 years.

• In a View From Glen Hill, Stephen Hudspeth looks at the school budget.

• Foundation Forum reviews a lasting tribute to education.

• Minks to Sinks welcomes donations.

• Outsmarting stress at The Greens.

• The Board of Selectmen and Board of Finance discuss plans for capital projects.

• Obituaries: John T. Wallace, Augustin Petrus, Marion Pearlstone, Edward Maum Sheehy.

• Police log: New car stolen, scrap metal taken, altercation, drug possessions, DUI.

• Route 7 was closed after a head-on crash.

• The Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps added five new members.

• The Drum Hill chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution are holding a tea to benefit the chapter’s scholarship fund.

• Three Wilton High School students will be honored for volunteerism.

• Wilton’s Marcia Spivak takes top prize at the Spectrum exhibition in New Canaan.

• Warrior Words: Mastering the college visit.

• Wilton girls doing the Penguin Plunge for Special Olympics.

• Concert benefits hunger project at St. Matthew’s Church.

• Candlelight Concerts will host Juilliard String Quartet and others during its 66th season.

• Murph’s Turf: the growth of lacrosse.

• Wilton hangs on to beat Fairfield Warde in baseball.

• On the softball diamond, the Warriors found the win column for the first time.

• The Wilton boys lacrosse schedule yields victories as the Warriors beat Westhill and St. Joseph. The girls team won two of three games.

• Wilton boys track runs away to a sweep of a tri-meet. The girls remain unbeaten.

• Boys tennis comes up aces as the Warriors improve to 5-1. Girls tennis remains perfect, sweeping St. Joseph.

• In golf, the boys team beats New Canaan.

• Michael and Travis Longo of Wilton qualify for wrestling national tournament.

Your Health: Increase in sports injuries among children, the secret to better breathing, the latest on medical alert devices, understanding carpal tunnel syndrome, a new implant for heartburn patients, and getting a good night’s sleep.

Arts & Leisure: Applications now being accepted for Ridgefield Writers Conference, Neuberger Museum in Purchase reopens after a year of renovations, Spectrum at the Carriage Barn opens, the Reel Dad recommends a visit to the Tribeca Film Festival, Steve Macoy takes the new Dodge Dart for a spin.