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:

• What’s up in the sky? If it’s not a bird and it’s not a plane it might be a Vidifly drone.

• The Wilton Clergy Association looks at a community’s response to violence.

• Wilton police statistics for 2012 show that crime has dropped slightly from 2011, but violent crimes are a cause for concern.

• U.S. Rep. Jim Himes is looking for deal on sequestration.

• A former member of the Wilton Board of Finance returns for another tour of duty.

• Rep. Tom O’Dea proposes senior tax relief.

• Jazz at Wilton High.

• Wilton police back up the Weston department in a domestic incident that involved Tasering.

• Former New Hampshire Gov. John Sununu keynotes a tribute to John Hetherington and Marilyn Gould.

• Sustainable food conference comes to Wilton High School.

• Stephen Hudspeth: A way forward from Newtown that will prepare and address for the future.

• Editorial: Don’t miss out on life!

• Adults have their b’nai mitzvah, proving it’s not too late to become an adult.

• Letters: Gun legislation, government spending at all levels, political propaganda.

• Pianist Stephen Hough will close the 65h season of Wilton Candlelight Concerts.

• What are LOL, BRB, FWIW, and GTG? Read and find out. HTH!

• A night at the library will be “Beyond Words.”

• Warrior Words columnist Alosha Southern considers some universal disturbances.

• Eric Noonan, a senior at Wilton High School, is in the running to be a Presidential Scholar.

• Western Connecticut Youth Orchestra will perform at Clune Center.

• The Conservatory of Dance makes the move from Georgetown to Wilton Center, where they opened a 3,500-square-foot studio.

• More restaurants come on board to feed hungry visitors during Restaurant Week.

• Murph’s Turf: Sports Editor Tim Murphy examines the dismissal of Weston basketball coach Mike Hvizdo and how it can relate to Wilton.

• On the hardwood, the Wilton High boys team lost to Trinity Catholic in the FCIAC semifinals, while the girls team defeated Branford in the CIAC Class L opener. However, the joy of the victory was tempered by a knee injury to co-captain Casey Pearsall.

• The Wilton gymnastics team placed second in Class M.

• Boys skiing: the Warriors lost to Ridgefield and Glastonbury.

• Senior swimming captain Kelly Heyde of Wilton had an historic day for St. Mary’s College of Maryland.

Arts & Leisure: Sister’s Easter Catechism: Will My Bunny Go to Heaven? in Wilton, 40th Darien Antiques Show, All My Sons at the Ridgefield Theater Barn, Maple Sugar Festival in Stamford, organic farming conference in Wilton, the Reel Dad looks at Life of Pi.

Dining Guide: Dozens of restaurants from Greenwich to Milford and many towns in between.