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:

• Coming April 4: the Wilton Bulletin “e-edition.” All of the content that is found in print will be available on a personal computer, smart phone, or tablet.

• Sgt. Thomas Tunney was named Officer of the Year at the annual police awards ceremony at Trackside.

• The Board of Education and the Board of Selectmen will present their budgets at public hearings next week.

• “The Smallest Winner” helps to motivate people to exercise and eat healthy.

• John Hetherington and Marilyn Gould were feted by the Wilton Republican Town Committee at their Lincoln-Reagan dinner. Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu was the guest speaker.

• Organic dinners are coming to Ambler Farm in April.

• Stay at Home in Wilton, Inc. is looking for volunteers.

• Editorials: a chance to be heard, and well water testing.

• Letters: Legal public hearing notice was in error, Acoustic Wilton’s talent is enormous, will “official” drones be coming to Wilton?, Gray Memorial Race is a success due to many, the Miller-Driscoll Winter Carnival was a hit.

• In a letter from Hartford, state Rep. Gail Lavielle examines Gov. Malloy’s budget for 2014-15.

• Paul Juhasz, a college sophomore from Wilton, was in St. Peter’s Square for the papal conclave and offers his thoughts on the event.

• Norwalk Hospital welcomes families at Kids Fest.

• In Warrior Words, Jillian Finkelstein shares her love for the Big Apple.

• Mysteries of Egypt come to life at Middlebrook School.

• Glen Gate opens a new home on Route 7.

• Retirement Lifestyle Fair examines options and explores issues.

• Car burglaries along Route 7.

• Assistant Superintendent Tim Canty is departing Wilton for Darien.

• Wilton state legislators are in favor of a bill that would create a “lock box” for transportation funds.

• TechExpo calls out for “child innovators.”

• Our Lady of Fatima presents the Wizard of Oz on March 22.

• Wilton Historical Society presents 75 Objects: 75 Years: Highlights from Our Permanent Collection.

• Local churches prepare for Holy Week.

• Parents for Responsible Education expresses its many concerns over full-day kindergarten. PRE thinks proposed costs don’t add up.

• What’s a rain garden? There will be a workshop at Old Town Hall.

• The Connecticut Department of Public Health urges private well owners to test for arsenic and uranium.

• In an exclusive interview, New York Giants head coach Tom Coughlin discusses his new book, why preparation is key to anything in life, and why he has been successful.

• The Wilton High School boys basketball team gets positive marks for one of their best seasons in over a decade.

• The Wilton High boys swimming team floats to fifth pace at the State Open.

• In more swimming news, the Wilton Y Wahoos find great success at the state age group meet.

Arts & Leisure: Amphibian walk in New Canaan, ride the train to visit the Easter Bunny, symphonic premiere by the Orchestra of New England, 2013 Toyota Corolla is well-behaved but bland.