Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 With budget exceeded, snow removal will continue. \u2022 More than $100,000 raised for charity. \u2022\u00a0 New contractor hired to conduct IAQ radon tests at Miller-Driscoll. \u2022 Plans for Comstock Community Center Renovations presented to Board of Selectmen. \u2022 Rail commuters vent frustration at public meeting. \u2022 Nod Hill home traces 400 years of Wilton History. \u2022 Joseph King\u2019s photo art is on display in Ridgefield. \u2022 Musicians add spice to Kiwanis luncheon. \u2022 New church moves into Westport Road. \u2022 Web-based seminar features healing prayer. \u2022 Norwalk Symphony Brass Quartet will visit Wilton Library to introduce children to instruments. \u2022 Seniors will hear about floral design. \u2022 Saturday night church at Hope Church on Wolfpit Road. \u2022 Tyus Southern wins Wilton High School\u2019s Poetry Out Loud competition. \u2022 Warrior Words: The \u201cS\u201d Trifecta. \u2022 A \u2018Fresh\u2019 look at driver ed. \u2022 Closing Comments: January closings brought a pleasant, surprising start to 2014. \u2022 Wilton Magazine has a new editor. \u2022 Country Homes is \u201cBest of Houzz.\u201d \u2022 Last chance for a flu shot. \u2022 URA the Spa celebrates a ribbon-cutting ceremony. \u2022 The town will try again for walkway bridge grant. \u2022 Voter registration at Wilton High School. \u2022 Wilton Chamber of Commerce invites participation in second Annual Restaurant Week. \u2022 One-on-one gardening with Farmer Jonathan. \u2022 Letter: P2P thanks Wilton for donations. \u2022 Guest Commentary: New laws govern smoke, carbon monoxide detectors. \u2022 News Notes: Tunneling of the shrew and romantic skunks. \u2022 Editorial: Fresh air. \u2022 Wilton Y plans a \u2018Change of Heart\u2019. \u2022 Wilton pug awarded at Westminster. \u2022 Silver Hill Hospital nurse Vicki Hoey will present How to Foster a Positive Body Images In Teen. \u2022 Police are aware of teen drinking. \u2022 Wilton man arrested for disorderly conduct. \u2022 Wilton father and daughter arrested for disorderly conduct. \u2022 Smithtown, N.Y. woman arrested for failure to appear. \u2022 Unknown driver of a silver 2007 GMC Yukon left the scene after damaging a fence. \u2022 Board of Selectmen roundup: options presented for Miller-Driscoll, interim fire chief position approved. \u2022 Department of Energy and Environmental Protection will offer a free Wild Turkey Hunting Safety Seminar. \u2022 Experts say destructive natural gas extraction methods may outweigh potential energy benefits. \u2022 Matthew Criscuolo\u2019s \u2018Blippity Blat\u2019 hits No. 14 on the jazz charts. \u2022 Transportation and regionalization on SWRMPO\u2019s meeting agenda. \u2022 Parks & Recreation Department will offer a self-defense class for girls. \u2022 Wilton Rotary Club welcomed its newest member, Peter Nigro. \u2022 Board of Finance cancels March 24 meeting with Board of Education, discusses allegations of misappropriated funds and receives financial status report. \u2022 Obituaries: Robert Arthur Butler, Elizabeth \u2018Bettina\u2019 Ferguson. \u2022 Two victories keep boys basketball in FCIAC contention while the girls suffer back-to-back defeats. \u2022 Wilton gymnasts finish third in FCIAC tournament. \u2022 The girls hockey team needs one more win to make it into the playoffs. \u2022 Boys and girls indoor track will have team members at the New England championships. \u2022 The boys hockey streak reaches three. \u2022 Wrestlers have their best finish at the FCIACs in 13 years. \u2022 Hans Forland wins a prep state wrestling title. Arts & Leisure: The Ridgefield Symphony Orchestra comes to the Clune Center March 2, former Red Sox\/Expos pitcher Bill \u201cSpaceman\u201d Lee will be at the Ridgefield Playhouse on Friday for a screening of a documentary about him, Fran Lebowitz will be in Ridgefield Saturday for an interview and Q&A, new shows open Sunday at the Silvermine Galleries in New Canaan.