Wilton Bulletin Board

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The Bulletin Board is a guide to events of public interest happening in Wilton designed to let you know what’s happening and when, and to help schedule important events. Submissions may be emailed to [email protected] by 5 p.m. Wednesday the week before intended publication. The full listings are posted at wiltonbulletin.com. Spring Poetry, Thursday, March 22, 10:30-noon, Wilton Library. Second … read more

Wilton schools on two-hour delay

Wilton schools will be on a two-hour delay this morning, March 22. Cider Mill will open at 9:40. Wilton High School, Middlebrook and Our Lady of Fatima will open at 10:20. Miller-Driscoll will open at 11:05. The  Riverbrook Regional YMCA in Wilton is open but all program classes before noon are canceled (including classes held at the gymnastics center). All group … read more

Boucher’s Holocaust education bill approved by committee


The Holocaust education bill proposed by state Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) received a favorable vote in the legislature’s Education Committee on March 19 and now moves to the senate for approval. Boucher proposed the bill with the support of the committee’s leadership and the Jewish Federation of Connecticut. If passed, Senate Bill 452, An Act Concerning the Inclusion of Holocaust … read more

Police chase stolen car


A police officer chased after a stolen vehicle after its owner reported it being taken out of his driveway early March 16. “The owner of the vehicle stolen from 18 Winton Terrace saw the vehicle being stolen and contacted the PD. An officer saw the vehicle leaving the area and attempted to stop the vehicle which engaged the officer in … read more

Wilton real estate sales — March 9-15, 2017

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The following property transactions were recorded in the office of Town Clerk Lori Kaback from March 9 through March 15, 2018. 128 Old Kingdom Road: Andrea Kepic, to Kevin and Joann McMullan, $440,000. Wilton Crest Condominiums, Unit 103: Joseph, Frances and Christopher Lombardo, to Michelle A. Santoro, $165,000. 30 Liberty Street: Webster Bank NA, to Phillip and Nicole Penniman, $475,000. … read more

Public Works leads Wilton’s operating capital budget request


The Department of Public Works leads the wish list in the town’s fiscal 2019 operating capital budget request, asking for $495,000 out of a total $1.2 million. A large dump truck leads the list at $160,000. Then comes a bushwacker, a vehicle that trims brush alongside the road, at $140,000. There are other expenses marked for a pickup truck, plows, … read more

Parks & Recreation offers new registration system

The new tennis courts. — Kendra Baker photo

For its spring and summer programs, Wilton Parks & Recreation is offering sign-ups via  Etrak, a new computer software for program registration and facility reservations. It will allow residents to manage their own account remotely and sign up for Parks & Recreation notifications such as field closures, program weather cancellations, program updates and more. Users may opt in to receive … read more

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