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:


Middlebrook teacher arrested for sexual assault.

• Brubecks named honorary chairs of Wilton Library’s Beyond Words benefit.

Grand list shows ‘decent’ increase.

George Schaller visits Wilton Library on Feb. 19.

What’s open and closed on Presidents Day?

Wilton company sponsors animal shelter benefit.

Wilton High School converts to natural gas.

Land trust annual meeting: A look at birds and their habitats.

Woodcock plans bird count celebration.

Jazz guitarist John Pizzarelli to perform at St. Matthew’s.

• Film at Wilton Congregational Church will examine faith and earth stewardship.

• News Notes: Kiwanis contributions.

• NAMI-CAN meeting will cover why children sometimes refuse to go to school.

• Anthem cautions customers about scams after data breach.

• Police Log: 400 bottles of wine?, Domestic, Suspended license.

Radio shows offer inspiration and food talk.

State Rep. Gail Lavielle and Rep. Jonathan P. Steinberg call for speedy transportation upgrades to southwestern Connecticut.

Nancy Capelle offers CPR and first aid classes.

Historical society embarks on training program.

Norwalk Hospital hosts blood drive on Feb. 13.

• Nursing agency seeks volunteers to visit homebound patients.


Warrior Words: Recalled to life.

Middlebrook recreates King Tut’s tomb.

Board of Education approves $80-million school budget.

Paraprofessional substitutes receive 12% pay increase.

Middlebrook food contest celebrates international cuisine.

Wilton seventh grader's poem appears in national magazine.


Yankee Gas and CL&P get new name.

Eversource surpasses goals.

Bankwell reported a $700K GAAP net income for fourth quarter of 2014.


Jazz pianist Gerald Clayton and saxophonist Dayna Stephens perform at Wilton Library on Sunday, Feb. 15.

One-woman show evokes women of note.

• One-on-one gardening with Farmer Jonathan.


Editorial: An opportunity to speak out.

Letter: Thanks to the people of Wilton.

Letter: This — is Metro-North!

Letter: Stay at Home seeks volunteers.

Letter: Less really can be more.

Letter: Pre-vote effort valid.

Letter: No political machine.

• Letter: Questioning every vote?

Letter: Figures don’t add up.

Letter: Meeting fairly run.

Letter: A legal revote is important.

• Letter: Revote not merited.

Notes From the Board Table: Board takes ‘ownership’ of budget.

A View from Glen Hill: A life of music and much more.

WVAC 911: Heart disease — It’s not someone else’s problem.

Railroad crossing safety information.


Robert B. Morgan.

Robert Ellis Livesey.

Robert Gresl.

Robert H. Siebert.


• Wilton High School girls basketball hits 16-game winning streak.

• Things fall into place for Wilton High School’s wrestling team at end of season.

• Wilton High School boys basketball team sweeps three games.

• Hat tricks by Wilton High School boys hockey players Ned Zawislak and Kyle Jonas power 9-2 win over Stamford.

• Wilton High School gymnastics team hits back-to-back highs.

• Wilton High School girls hockey team loses to Stamford, 5-1.

• Wilton Open paddle tennis tourney on March 21.

• Wilton High School girls ski team suffers first defeat.

• Wilton girls indoor track team places sixth, boys team places 10th in FCIAC championships.

• Three victories in one meet for Wilton High School boys swim team.

Arts & Leisure

• Weston photographer David Emberling is organizing a pet portrait contest to raise food and money for the Connecticut Humane Society in Westport.

• The Conscious Cook, Robin Glowa, offers “Three cheers for chocolate.”

• Joe Pisani tells a tale of junk food.

• The Reel Dad recommends seeking out A Most Violent Year, one of the best pictures of 2014.

• The 2015 GMC Canyon 4WD SLE Crew Long Box is finding a slot in the crowded pickup truck market, says test driver Steven Macoy.

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