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:

• Crazytown comes to Wilton High School for this year’s senior show.

• Realtors are feeling optimistic about this year’s real estate market.

• Town officials will present a Yankee Gas community outreach program on Jan. 28.

• Route 7 traffic accidents have dropped by 25% since it expanded to four lanes.

• John James Dotson turns 90 years old. He has spent his whole life in Wilton.

• Wilton Arts Council invites photographers to March show.

• A$15,000 grant awarded to Circle of Care will help families with children diagnosed with cancer.

• Wilton Family Y is recognized for its years of service.

• Wilton Historical Society and the Wilton Library introduce the seventh installment of their collaborative scholarly series.

• Editorial: Wilton Library and Historical Society show dedication to providing diverse, thought-provoking programs.

• Letters: Rail leadership needs to use common sense, PTAs are grateful to Turnover Shop.

• Peter Schattenfield offers decluttering tips at the Wilton Senior Center.

• Wilton Library offers Basic Internet for the Absolute Beginner.

• The Cannon Grange invites the community to a nutrition discussion on Feb. 6.

• Board of Finance explains the budget process.

• Jersey Mike’s waits to hear if it can move into Wilton.

• Moms tackle career issues at the Wilton Family Y.

• Norwalk Hospital offers free lung cancer screening.

• Obituaries: Robert Wiswall, Emory D. Ayers, Morris Baumstein, Caroline Wellman, Thomas D. Fitzpatrick.

• Danbury man turns himself in for failing to appear in court.

• Cos Cob woman arrested for driving under the influence.

• Norwalk woman arrested for driving under the influence.

• Construction equipment is vandalized with spray paint.

• Police respond to reported suicide on River Road.

• Children of Uganda music and dance troupe comes to Middlebrook School on Jan. 25.

• Wilton Library opens a new exhibition on Jan. 24

• Wilton High School alumni in An Evening of A Cappella at The Wilton Playshop.

• Painting parties in Georgetown.

• Hope Church in Wilton offers Saturday night church in a coffeehouse setting.

• Wilton Presbyterian Church hosts gospel and jazz concert on Jan. 26.

• Wilton student members of the Norwalk Youth Symphony present a winter concert on Feb. 9.

• Superintendent addresses Miller-Driscoll air quality concerns.

• Trackside offers Baking 101.

• URA Spa thrives on “great synergy” and personalized therapy.

• Quakers support Darwin Day.

• Now is the time to plan for spring allergies.

• Southern Yankee Clothing and Gifts celebrates 15 years.

• Danbury Area Computer Society offers Windows 8.1 discussion on Tuesday, Feb. 4.

• Bright red, jumbo-sized snails appear at Marvin Gardens.

• Fresh Air Fund seeks summer hosts.

• Wilton’s Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers support for people facing the death of a loved one.

• Chris Brubeck is commissioned to write a piece for the New Haven Symphony Orchestra.

• The Child Guidance Center of Mid-Fairfield County aids children affected by trauma.

• Bethel Health Care hosts a monthly Diabetes Support Group.

• Despite a loss to Trumbull, boys basketball is still on the plus side for the season.

• Boys ice hockey has trouble scoring as it loses three in a row.

• Wilton girls relay takes second at Yale invitational.

• The girls hockey team suffers its first FCIAC loss.

• Wilton wrestlers finish eighth of 17 teams in New Milford tournament.

• Girls basketball remains unbeaten, but it takes an overtime win to do so.

• Youth wrestling tournament proves popular.

Arts & Leisure: The Greenwich Symphony will showcase compositions this weekend by Conductor David Gilbert, principal harpist Victoria Drake and principal flutist Susan Rothholz; The Reel Dad says the Oscar-nominated Philomena with Judy Dench is a moving story of a mother’s love; Darien-based Gunsmoke performs this Saturday in a benefit at Darien High School.

Education: How to pick a preschool, guide to the Common Core, tablets for kids.