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 Drowsy Chaperone turns out to be a hit. There’s roller skating, tap dancing and an airplane!

• Pistol permit applications have spiked dramatically in Wilton.

• The fiber optic data plan hits a major glitch, causing cancellation of the town meeting.

• The grand list drops 17%, which was no surprise to the assessor.

• A Wilton contingent takes part in the March for Change.

• Wilton recently played host to a family of visitors from China.

• Gov. Malloy’s proposed dropping of the motor vehicle tax may be costly to towns.

• Wilton police respond to a distraught man and discover that he had an AR-15 rifle and assortment of medications.

• Letters: The Drowsy Chaperone, gun rights.

• A settlement in a lawsuit involving Wilton police is presented.

• Wilton Fire Department welcomes three new members.

• Four new members have been named to Wilton’s Security Task Force.

• Sister Mary Cecile Amore celebrates her 108th birthday.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County is seeking local volunteers.

• Wilton band hits the right notes in Trackside Teen Center Battle of the Bands.

• A fashion show fund-raiser will help benefit three nonprofits.

• The TASC List contemplates change.

• State Rep. Thomas O’Dea offers his thoughts on the governor’s budget.

• Education Chairman Bruce Likly reviews recent board action.

• Wilton Library will feature a colorful one-woman art exhibition.

• Kristine Lilly hopes to score on Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

• Did your son or daughter make the Wilton High honor roll? A full listing is available.

• Women looking to get back to work outside the home can find help in a series at the Y.

• Wilton plays host to a family from China.

• Police Log: Identity theft, DUI, reckless driving.

• State Rep. Thomas O’Dea calls for a task force to streamline bridge construction projects.

• Wilton High girls basketball falls in the FCIAC semifinal to Danbury. The boys team is going to the FCIAC playoffs for the first time since 2000.

• Murph’s Turf: boorish behavior in the stands is foolish and intolerable.

• Wilton High School girls indoor track and field team competed in the State Open. Five athletes will participate in the New England championship.

• Boys swimming floats past New Canaan.

• On the ice, the boys hockey team skates past Staples/Weston/Shelton. The girls lost to Trumbull to end their season.

• Andrew Sakamoto qualified for the State Open in wrestling.

• Gymnastics vaults to a third straight FCIAC championship.

Arts & Leisure: A new thriller by a Weston author plays out over southern Fairfield County, Stephen Sondheim at the Ridgefield Playhouse with Morton Dean, Louis Black in Stamford, quilts in Katonah, The Reel Dad’s Oscar predictions, The Fox on the Fairway opens in New Canaan, the 2013 Cadillac ATS AWD 2.OT Premium offers luxury in a sporty sedan.