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

• Four runners from Wilton participated in the Boston Marathon. All four made it home safely.

• Actor Joe Pantoliano will show his documentary on mental illness at the mental health fair, taking place April 23 at Wilton High School.

• From the Board of Finance, the mill rate is set, and budgets are up 2.58%.

• Isabel Zayas, a junior at Wilton High School, has begun a chapter of LETS, standing for Let’s End the Stigma, as addressing mental illness remains an important topic.

• The Wilton Security Task Force had experts in security visit April 3.

• Calling all bakers to a Cannon Grange competition.

• There’s help for children with stuttering.

• Cider Mill students listen as adults read.

• The Wilton Democratic Platform Committee will “Listen to Wilton.”

• Editorial: Volunteers recognized.

• Letters: Participation fees, Bottled up!, cleaning up around town, Ambler Farm.

• Guest commentary: John Hetherington tells why a national popular vote compact is not a good idea.

• The Wilton Family Y seeks nomination for the Distinguished Citizen Awards.

• State representatives plan town briefing.

• Stay at Home in Wilton celebrates three years.

• Wilton author Marcelle Soviero will speak in Ridgefield.

• Pro Arte Singers close season April 21.

• Planned Bible walk trips are explained.

• Kayla Maudsley to wed Tanner Petty.

• Wilton Baptist Church workshops help clergy help congregation in crisis.

• Church class considers interfaith dialogue.

• Festival of Languages celebrates culture at Wilton High School.

• Warrior Words from Terrence MaLaughlin: The people I meet at Scoops.

• Danielle Ancona’s high school part-time job has led her on an unexpected career path.

• Student musicians perform in all-state festival.

• Police dog chase ends with theft and drug charges for a Brookfield man.

• A proposal to the Wilton Board of Selectmen would create an account for FEMA reimbursement funds.

• GE Capital lends a hand at Woodcock for Earth Day.

• Electric car rally next week.

• New offerings at upcoming garden club sale.

• Obituaries: Norman R. Anderton, Paul F. O’Donnell Jr., Robert Harrison Asher, Daniel C. Gillespie Sr., Andrew Camelio.

• Police log: Resisting arrest, theft by employee, drug possession, shoplifting.

• Murph’s Turf: the Boston Marathon.

• Ethan Segall threw a two-hitter as Wilton beat St. Joseph 3-1.

• In girls lacrosse, the Warriors won their third straight, besting Norwalk 19-2 and Fairfield Ludlowe 15-7.

• Boys lacrosse beat Trinity Catholic 16-0, but lost to John Jay and Darien.

• The tennis teams come up aces, as the boys and girls both grab wins against Darien and Westhill.

• Wilton falls to Danbury in golf for their first loss of the year.

• The Wilton boys track team split a tri-meet with a win over Norwalk but a loss to Trumbull.

• Wilton High lacrosse standout Kacie Johnson, now at Columbia, has been added to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List.

• In softball, the Warriors remain in pursuit of their first win.

Arts & Leisure: A Ridgefield documentary filmmaker shows his work in New York, pianist Ian Parker plays in Greenwich, the Tedeschi Trucks Band comes to Ridgefield next week, The Reel Dad reviews 42.