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:

Norwalk Hospital debuts Bauer Emergency Care Center.

Low oil prices won’t affect budgets.

Mrs. Green’s will shut its doors.

• Public hearing on the recommended education budget will take place Jan. 22.

• Planning & Zoning commissioner tells Blue Star Bazaar owner, ‘You knew what you got into.’

New law labels dyslexia as a ‘primary disability.’

• Gail Lavielle begins her third term.

New strain of heroin worries officials.

AMBER Alerts on Facebook.

Turf field project goes before Inland Wetlands.

What’s open and closed on Martin Luther King Jr. Day?

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice offers support for the loss of a parent.

Sensible Wilton delivers its petition to town hall.

Wilton Library exhibits the work of six women artists.

The library also hosts two concerts for jazz fans this month.

• Daryl Hawk addresses the Kiwanis Club.

Cannon Grange offers free cheese-making class.

Thomas O’Connell and Elizabeth Sweeney to wed.

Matt Criscuolo releases sixth album.

• Flower designer to speak at AARP meeting.

Free ESL classes.

• Warrior Words: The slump.

Proposed education budget would add and drop teaching jobs.

Connecticut Fire Prevention Poster Contest winners announced at Cider Mill.

• Wilton High School unveils its new record board.

Graduation looms: Cap and gown order forms due Jan. 30.

• Obituaries: Romano Capocci, Janet M. Davis, Richard F. Hamm, Kenneth E. Ziem, Jean P. Jacobson.

Experts offer advice to caregivers.

Wilton Library makes a donation to Wilton Social Services.

• Editorial: Wash your hands.

• Letters: Sensible Wilton petition should be addressed, Legislators: What, specifically, is the rail plan?, Show us the Miller-Driscoll details, School costs could increase, Questions must be answered, Reasons to call a revote are manyWreath festival best ever.

• WVAC 911: Struggling to death.

A View from Glen Hill: The Gilded Age: A time that was less than golden.

• State Rep. Tom O’Dea: Exclude senior income from income tax.

• Support group for caregivers.

Webster Bank economist: Connecticut’s economy is better than Russia’s, at least.

• Marion Filley’s Closing Comments: December.

• Realtors contribute $980 to Stay at Home in Wilton.

Wiltonian is named president of Gen RE.

• AARP Smart Driver Course offered.

Wilton Police Department is four officers short of a full staff.

• Bruce Likly’s Notes from the Board Table.

• Police Log: Pot possession, Missing trailer.

• Wilton High School boys basketball team regains winning form.

• Wilton High School girls basketball team trounces Eagles in overtime.

• Wilton High School boys hockey team loses to Ridgefield, 9-2.

• Wilton High School boys swim team falls in final event and loses to McMahon/Norwalk.

• Wilton High School wrestling team members Quinn Reedy, Jared Gladstein and Nick Rende place at Middletown tournament.

• Wilton High School gymnastics team opens season with two wins and a loss.

• Wilton High school girls hockey team blanks West Haven behind Craven’s two goals.

• Wilton High School ski team makes a strong effort in season-opening meet.

Arts & Leisure: Paintings from Wilton artist Nash Hyon’s Genome (ATCG) Project hang in the Jackson Laboratory for Genomic Medicine in Farmington, the Reel Dad serves up The Schumies, a Schumann family tradition that gets a jump on the Oscar nominations.

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