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

• The Board of Finance weighs in on the 2014 budgets and says cuts are in order.

• Budget hearings draw sparse comments from taxpayers.

• Will Wilton get branded?

• How is this year’s town budget doing? All in all, pretty well.

• Toll Brothers breaks ground on 20-unit housing development.

• The state legislature was expected to vote on a gun bill Wednesday.

• Downed wires and a ‘blown’ transformer knock out power to more than 200.

• Personnel changes ratchet up the overtime at the fire department.

• High school students join the voting ranks.

• Letters: budget, town cleanup, nursing agency gala, voter enrollment, scholarship available, town board openings, Wilton dancers, letter rebuttal.

• Police log: shoplifting some Jim Beam, harassing texts, handgun accident, domestic incident.

• Editorial: Consolidated power.

• The TASC List: Lessons to be learned from Indiana.

• Tom O’Dea opposes early release of criminals.

• From the Better Business Bureau: Lemon law provides relief.

• E-edition now available.

• A Wilton surgeon is in on a groundbreaking procedure.

• Got a pile of bottles and cans to go back to the supermarket? Bring them to Trackside on Saturday instead.

• It’s April and the countdown to PGP has begun.

• A Connecticut flutist will entertain at the library.

• Jewish Family Service will honor a Wilton volunteer extraordinary.

• Bulletin columnist Lois Alcosser garners a press club award.

• A Wilton couple welcomes their 15th grandchild on their 51st wedding anniversary.

• The Encore Club takes a gander at some classic cars.

• Major League Baseball started this week, but Warrior columnist Will Bruschi enjoys it in all its forms.

• Got a crush on a friend? Two Wilton High students have a app for that.

• Famous women visited Miller-Driscoll students. (OK, it was really their moms.)

• The Y offers triathlon training for kids.

• Aaron Ramsey, who killed his father in May 2012, was committed to a psychiatric hospital for up to 50 years.

• The Wilton boys lacrosse team reloads as the season gets ready to start.

• In softball, the girls return to the diamond with the hope of improving.

• Wilton girls’ tennis looks stronger than ever.

• The Wilton High golf team hits the links with a mix of talent and experience.

• Warriors boys tennis ace Noah Farrell anchors a deep, talented team.

• Sara Dickenson has been named a Brine high school all-American.

• Liam Smith qualifies for the USA fencing national meet.

Arts & Leisure: Wiltonian Maria Jarreau Heller’s artwork is featured, vintage clothing and accessories in Danbury show, Louis C.K. in Stamford on Friday, Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra goes Spanish on Saturday, The Reel Dad says A Royal Affair is a costume drama with depth, 2013 Hyundai Azera has a lot to offer except for its price.