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:

• With budget exceeded, snow removal will continue.

• More than $100,000 raised for charity.

•  New contractor hired to conduct IAQ radon tests at Miller-Driscoll.

• Plans for Comstock Community Center Renovations presented to Board of Selectmen.

• Rail commuters vent frustration at public meeting.

• Nod Hill home traces 400 years of Wilton History.

• Joseph King’s photo art is on display in Ridgefield.

• Musicians add spice to Kiwanis luncheon.

• New church moves into Westport Road.

• Web-based seminar features healing prayer.

• Norwalk Symphony Brass Quartet will visit Wilton Library to introduce children to instruments.

• Seniors will hear about floral design.

• Saturday night church at Hope Church on Wolfpit Road.

• Tyus Southern wins Wilton High School’s Poetry Out Loud competition.

• Warrior Words: The “S” Trifecta.

• A ‘Fresh’ look at driver ed.

• Closing Comments: January closings brought a pleasant, surprising start to 2014.

Wilton Magazine has a new editor.

• Country Homes is “Best of Houzz.”

• Last chance for a flu shot.

• URA the Spa celebrates a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

• The town will try again for walkway bridge grant.

• Voter registration at Wilton High School.

• Wilton Chamber of Commerce invites participation in second Annual Restaurant Week.

• One-on-one gardening with Farmer Jonathan.

• Letter: P2P thanks Wilton for donations.

• Guest Commentary: New laws govern smoke, carbon monoxide detectors.

• News Notes: Tunneling of the shrew and romantic skunks.

• Editorial: Fresh air.

• Wilton Y plans a ‘Change of Heart’.

• Wilton pug awarded at Westminster.

• Silver Hill Hospital nurse Vicki Hoey will present How to Foster a Positive Body Images In Teen.

• Police are aware of teen drinking.

• Wilton man arrested for disorderly conduct.

• Wilton father and daughter arrested for disorderly conduct.

• Smithtown, N.Y. woman arrested for failure to appear.

• Unknown driver of a silver 2007 GMC Yukon left the scene after damaging a fence.

• Board of Selectmen roundup: options presented for Miller-Driscoll, interim fire chief position approved.

• Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will offer a free Wild Turkey Hunting Safety Seminar.

• Experts say destructive natural gas extraction methods may outweigh potential energy benefits.

• Matthew Criscuolo’s ‘Blippity Blat’ hits No. 14 on the jazz charts.

• Transportation and regionalization on SWRMPO’s meeting agenda.

• Parks & Recreation Department will offer a self-defense class for girls.

• Wilton Rotary Club welcomed its newest member, Peter Nigro.

• Board of Finance cancels March 24 meeting with Board of Education, discusses allegations of misappropriated funds and receives financial status report.

• Obituaries: Robert Arthur Butler, Elizabeth ‘Bettina’ Ferguson.

• Two victories keep boys basketball in FCIAC contention while the girls suffer back-to-back defeats.

• Wilton gymnasts finish third in FCIAC tournament.

• The girls hockey team needs one more win to make it into the playoffs.

• Boys and girls indoor track will have team members at the New England championships.

• The boys hockey streak reaches three.

• Wrestlers have their best finish at the FCIACs in 13 years.

• Hans Forland wins a prep state wrestling title.

Arts & Leisure: The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra comes to the Clune Center March 2, former Red Sox/Expos pitcher Bill “Spaceman” Lee will be at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Friday for a screening of a documentary about him, Fran Lebowitz will be in Ridgefield Saturday for an interview and Q&A, new shows open Sunday at the Silvermine Galleries in New Canaan.