Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Four runners from Wilton participated in the Boston Marathon. All four made it home safely. \u2022 Actor Joe Pantoliano will show his documentary on mental illness at the mental health fair, taking place April 23 at Wilton High School. \u2022 From the Board of Finance, the mill rate is set, and budgets are up 2.58%. \u2022 Isabel Zayas, a junior at Wilton High School, has begun a chapter of LETS, standing for Let\u2019s End the Stigma, as addressing mental illness remains an important topic. \u2022 The Wilton Security Task Force had experts in security visit April 3. \u2022 Calling all bakers to a Cannon Grange competition. \u2022 There\u2019s help for children with stuttering. \u2022 Cider Mill students listen as adults read. \u2022 The Wilton Democratic Platform Committee will \u201cListen to Wilton.\u201d \u2022 Editorial: Volunteers recognized. \u2022 Letters: Participation fees, Bottled up!, cleaning up around town, Ambler Farm. \u2022 Guest commentary: John Hetherington tells why a national popular vote compact is not a good idea. \u2022 The Wilton Family Y seeks nomination for the Distinguished Citizen Awards. \u2022 State representatives plan town briefing. \u2022 Stay at Home in Wilton celebrates three years. \u2022 Wilton author Marcelle Soviero will speak in Ridgefield. \u2022 Pro Arte Singers close season April 21. \u2022 Planned Bible walk trips are explained. \u2022 Kayla Maudsley to wed Tanner Petty. \u2022 Wilton Baptist Church workshops help clergy help congregation in crisis. \u2022 Church class considers interfaith dialogue. \u2022 Festival of Languages celebrates culture at Wilton High School. \u2022 Warrior Words from Terrence MaLaughlin: The people I meet at Scoops. \u2022 Danielle Ancona\u2019s high school part-time job has led her on an unexpected career path. \u2022 Student musicians perform in all-state festival. \u2022 Police dog chase ends with theft and drug charges for a Brookfield man. \u2022 A proposal to the Wilton Board of Selectmen would create an account for FEMA reimbursement funds. \u2022 GE Capital lends a hand at Woodcock for Earth Day. \u2022 Electric car rally next week. \u2022 New offerings at upcoming garden club sale. \u2022 Obituaries: Norman R. Anderton, Paul F. O\u2019Donnell Jr., Robert Harrison Asher, Daniel C. Gillespie Sr., Andrew Camelio. \u2022 Police log: Resisting arrest, theft by employee, drug possession, shoplifting. \u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: the Boston Marathon. \u2022 Ethan Segall threw a two-hitter as Wilton beat St. Joseph 3-1. \u2022 In girls lacrosse, the Warriors won their third straight, besting Norwalk 19-2 and Fairfield Ludlowe 15-7. \u2022 Boys lacrosse beat Trinity Catholic 16-0, but lost to John Jay and Darien. \u2022 The tennis teams come up aces, as the boys and girls both grab wins against Darien and Westhill. \u2022 Wilton falls to Danbury in golf for their first loss of the year. \u2022 The Wilton boys track team split a tri-meet with a win over Norwalk but a loss to Trumbull. \u2022 Wilton High lacrosse standout Kacie Johnson, now at Columbia, has been added to the Tewaaraton Award Watch List. \u2022 In softball, the Warriors remain in pursuit of their first win. \u2022 Arts & Leisure: A Ridgefield documentary filmmaker shows his work in New York, pianist Ian Parker plays in Greenwich, the Tedeschi Trucks Band comes to Ridgefield next week, The Reel Dad reviews 42.