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Wilton moves closer to sustainability | Wilton Bulletin
Wilton moved a few steps closer to signing on to a new statewide initiative that helps towns become sustainable, called Sustainable CT, when the Board of Selectmen put a team in place to guide the process.
Wilton Road/Kings Highway Apartment Proposal : It 's Back !
Just over a year ago, the state Appellate Courtdenied a planto build a 7-story, 48-unit apartment complex at one of the busiest, most environmentally sensitive spots in town.
Wilton Playshop seeks Box Office Manager - CTCallboard
Some additional details include:-scheduling volunteers to run the box office-answering the phone line and a few emails-learning Vendini ticket system-supporting the executive producer with questions or reports from Vendini-over time, it may include meeting once a month with the board-she / he should
Wilton Highlights : Food Truck Festival is here ...
Trackside Teen Center of Wilton has organized a Food Truck Festival, which is taking place Sunday, Aug. 12 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. at Allen’s Meadow Park, off of Route 7.
GMW RECOMMENDS : Wilton Food Truck Festival this Weekend -LSB- VIDEO -RSB-
The very firstWilton Food Truck Festivalis set to roll onSunday, Aug. 12and organizers are anticipating a big turnout. The event will be held atAllen’s Meadowfrom11 a.m. to 6 p.m., and promises to be a culinary carnival, complete with 21 different kitchens on wheels plus vendors, music and family fu
Be Forewarned : Police Say New Group of Door-to-Door Solicitors are in Wilton
Police released a notice stating that, “Residents that request volunteers to return later in the evening could expect visits between 8-9 p.m. During the later hours, volunteers will also collect letters that people have written to public officials,” police said. [See update above, the solicitors are
Water leak at Wilton Town Hall forces emergency roof repairs
The leak occurred after a seam in the building’s roof ruptured during heavy rains on Aug. 1. Facilities Director Chris Burney said the breach led to water “pouring” into the town clerk’s vault, where “irreplaceable” town documents, like land records, are kept.
Wilton firefighters extinguish rooftop fire
Wilton firefighters respond to Westy Self Storage on Danbury Road where a roof fire broke out Tuesday morning August 6, 2018, in Wilton, Conn.
SCORE of Fairfield County , Wilton Library , and the Wilton Chamber Seminar on Google Keywords
SCORE of Fairfield County, Wilton Library, and the Wilton Chamber of Commerce present a seminar that will provide business owners with the tools they need to find and profit from the keywords their customers search on Google. Go through the process to find what your ideal customer wants and how to a
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Easy living awaits in this recently painted and carpeted open floor plan on one level. The large master suite and the second bedroom with hall bath are located at opposite ends of the living room/dining room/kitchen. There is a cook's kitchen with tons of cabinets and counter space. Even though loca
Wilton 's largest cemetery turns 200 | Wilton Bulletin
Hillside is the largest cemetery in town and serves as the final resting place of more than 6,000 people, including Wilton’s founding families like the Comstocks, Hurlbutts, Middlebrooks, Keelers and Olmsteads.
Four of Wilton 's Major Party Candidates Also Seek Minor Party Endorsements
DemocratStephanie Thomasand RepublicansToni Boucher,Gail Lavielle, andLarry Caferohave already secured their respective parties’ nominations and will appear under those party columns on Election Day ballots in November. But all four are also hoping to appear on the ballots in asecondspot, as endorse
Wilton Lewis Pryor, 70, of Madison, passed on Sunday, Aug. 5, 2018. Funeral services are at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 11, at Mt. Zion AME Church, in Cherry Lake, with burial in the Church Cemetery. The Reverend Ralph Campbell will officiate. Viewing is from 3 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 10, at Ti
Wilton Center trees in need of replacement | Wilton Bulletin
The evergreen is in “poor health,” Wilton Tree Committee Chair Kate Throckmorton told The Bulletin, while the other two were removed for reasons unknown to the tree committee.
Wilton Bulletin Board | Wilton Bulletin
Movie Theater Thursday, Thursday, Aug. 9, Wilton Library. Zathura will be shown for children from 10:15 to 11:45, with Wall-E from 2 to 3:30. Free, no registration.
LETTER : Wilton Resident Supports Sen. Boucher
With the Connecticut state senatorial race in high gear, Senator Toni Boucher is the only candidate that will do justice for the 26th district. Although many may speak on her myriad of accomplishments while in office, her personality truly captures her determination to better the state of Connecticu
Kiwanians plan fall events | Wilton Bulletin
Three Wilton first selectmen — Bill Brennan, left, Paul Hannah, and Lynne Vanderslice — raise a glass of German beer at the Kiwanis Club’s Oktoberfest last year. — Contributed photo
Off the Stacks at the Wilton Library
Wednesday, Aug. 15 — Wonderful Wednesdays: Mad Science, Marvels of Motion, 4-5 p.m. — Sir Isaac Newton would be proud! Come explore his laws of motion in this abundantly engaging physics performance. Observe the power of forces including gravity, centrifugal force, inertia and much more. Then we’ll
Wilton accepts bid proposals
Public Works foreman Dale Roberts recommended work to the highway department garage doors be awarded Lennie Bolduc Carpentry of Peru. Roberts said Bolduc’s low bid of $11,534 fell close to his estimate of $15,000.
Library Lines | Wilton Bulletin
There are two teen programs that are almost filled so kids should act now if they want to participate. The first is a five-day program called Coding for Teens, Aug. 13-17, from 10:30 to noon, for students in seventh through 12th grade with algebra experience. The second program is craftier with Book