Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: News \u2022 Carnival brings out the crowds. \u2022 A Taste of Wilton: New food and new venue. \u2022 Police are still town\u2019s top earners. \u2022 After five years, natural gas up Wolfpit won\u2019t cost a cent. \u2022 Artist returns to Wilton for business and romance. \u2022 Grodin strolls down memory lane in comic style. \u2022 Connecticut kicks off mattress recycling initiative. \u2022 Marion Filley\u2019s Closing Comments: March. \u2022 League members discuss Cuba. \u2022 Newcomers donate to Wilton Library. \u2022 Trustees present $70K check to Friends of Ambler Farm. \u2022 Transportation plan focuses on Route 7 and Danbury branch. \u2022 Wilton native B.D. White finds success in New York City. \u2022 Trackside Spring Fling is April 25. \u2022 Marly\u2019s Restaurant donates $2,500 to Trackside. \u2022 Wilton resident participates in the Run For The Wild Bronx Zoo race on April 25. \u2022 Eight-year-old Wiltonian named 2015 Little Miss Turn It Up. \u2022 Middle schoolers can learn to bake and decorate cakes. \u2022 Andy Gundell will be a guest at Celebrity Voice Coach Platform Showcase. \u2022 Police Log: Kicking officer, Larceny at Stop & Shop, Crack possession, Protective order, Threatening in 2014, Breach of peace, Disorderly, Failure to appear. \u2022 News Notes: When you lose a spouse, Meeting venue change, Rotary grants, Windy names. Schools \u2022 Warrior Words: \u2018We regret to inform you that \u2026\u2019 \u2022 Miller-Driscoll students share concerns and experiences through art. \u2022 School district pilots Achievement Value Analysis. \u2022 Middlebrook School named USA Art Partner of the Year. \u2022 Wilton High School students to compete in state history contest. \u2022 Student Briefs: John Hopkins University, The Gunnery. \u2022 Sixth grade sustainable living course comes to Middlebrook. \u2022 Wiltonian receives Colby-Sawyer Award. \u2022 PGP plans 2015 graduation night. \u2022 Warrior Words columnists wanted. Social \u2022 Wilton author releases second in horror series. \u2022 Wiltonian performs in Olympus On My Mind. \u2022 Wilton\u2019s Holson chairs charity boutique. \u2022 Wilton pianist performs in Darien. \u2022 Senior luncheon speaker recalls JFK\u2019s legacy. \u2022 Artists invited to help art \u2018bloom.\u2019 \u2022 Trauma manager talks to seniors. Opinion \u2022 Editorial: Tick season. \u2022 Letter: Which way Wilton? \u2022 Letter: New gas line needs how much from taxpayers? \u2022 WVAC 911: Why you should learn CPR on May 3. Business \u2022 Boutique says bright colors mark spring. \u2022 Young\u2019s on YouTube. \u2022 Realtor at the top. \u2022 Connecticut unemployment among highest in New England. \u2022 Paragon Realty takes over Town Green properties. Obituaries \u2022 Grace Ginsberg Weitman. Sports \u2022 Jackson Ward\u2019s no-hitter in opener highlights first week for Wilton High School baseball. \u2022 Wilton High boys lacrosse team makes statement in one-goal loss to Prep. \u2022 Bobcats spoil season opener for Wilton High School softball team, 2-0. \u2022 Wilton High School girls lacrosse: Cardinals hold off Wilton, 11-10. \u2022 Freya Coombe named head coach of Wilton High girls soccer. \u2022 Wilton High School girls tennis team wins three of four. \u2022 Wilton High School boys tennis team loses close to one to Warde, but scores three convincing wins. \u2022 Wilton High girls golf team is going in the right direction as second season gets underway. Arts & Leisure\u2022 Judy Collins has been singing on stage for more than 50 years and continues to tour; she\u2019ll be at the Ridgefield Playhouse on April 23, a place she knows well. \u2022 Reel Dad Mark Schumann highlights the Tribeca Film Festival, which celebrates independent film. \u2022 In questions of etiquette, kindness is always the way to go, says columnist Catherine Michaels. \u2022 The Lexus RC350 AWD Coupe is a sweet handling and sporty new model says test driver Steven Macoy. \u2022 The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 1,064 friends and get news updates. Facebook.com\/WiltonBulletin. \u2022 2, 811 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/WiltonBulletin.