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:

• The Board of Selectmen submit their budget. The increase is 3.62%.

• Sometimes growing up can be more difficult for boys than girls. A therapist offers some insight.

• Hungry? Restaurant Week begins Monday.

• Wilton legislators are in agreement. Tolls are not a good idea.

• Wilton will settle with estate of man killed during police raid.

• P&Z gives the green light to one business looking to expand, but slows another down.

• Woodcock Nature Center will be egg-heaven.

• If you are a veteran you’re invited to the next American Legion post meeting.

• The popular Wilton Open paddle tournament has a new twist this year — women may play.

• Was he a hero or a despot? Old Hickory — President Andrew Jackson — comes under scrutiny at the historical society.

• Patrick Louzan, a seventh grader at Middlebrook School, is taking his science project to the state level.

• Violinist Alyssa Chan makes the finals of the Norwalk Concerto Competition.

• Canon Grange screens the silent “City Lights.”

• Focus ’13 issues call for photographers.

• Marcelle Soviero offers a three-part program on writing.

• Middlebrook sixth graders bring King Tut to life.

• Warrior Words: Tipping, relationships and wasted talent.

• College Nannies and Tutors opens with the philosophy that personal connections lead to success.

• Editorials: Don’t forget to spring forward and tolls are a dead end.

• Letters: Students’ success, volunteers made “fun night” true to its name.

• A proposed bill would curtail information on a child’s death certificate.

• At Norwalk Hospital, a cancer drug gets fast-tracked.

• Religious from Wilton attend United Nations Commission on the Status of Women meeting.

• Boilers, turf field among capital projects being discussed by the Board of Selectmen.

• Frank and Maryann Lombardi inspire a new program for Ability Beyond Disability.

• A trip to Greenwich highlights the desire to strengthen gun legislature.

• Nora Dominick creates her own memories by writing a screenplay and going to Hollywood.

• In girls basketball, Wilton loses the state opener to Tolland.

• Boys basketball: Warriors top Weathersfield in OT.

• Wilton gymnastics finish up their season at the state open.

• Cheer for the Wilton cheerleaders, as both the varsity and junior varsity roared to championship wins.

• In boys swimming, the Warriors finish third at FCIACs.

• The Wilton High ski team perform well at Class S.

• Shannon Quinlan breaks the record in the 300-meter dash as the relay team finishes seventh at New England indoor track and field championships.

• Second place by Michael Longo leads youth wrestlers at state meet.

• Wilton trio helps Mite A team win state hockey championship.

Arts & Leisure: Christopher Walken of Wilton reminisces about the American Shakespeare Festival Theatre, Monster Jam trucks in Bridgeport, Nerissa and Katryna Nield in Westport.

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