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Wilton travel soccer scoreboard | Wilton Bulletin
The Wilton White U-9 girls soccer team, from left to right, front: Ashley Pencu, Grayson O’Donnell, Abigail Philippon, Isabella Rios and Sofia Rios; and back: coach Matt Jessup, Gabriella Ray, Gabriela Torres, Mia Timnev, Liesel Schmauch and Harper Crawford.
Wilton Day at Merwin Meadows | Wilton Bulletin
The Parks and Recreation Department will show off the newly refurbished Merwin Meadows Park Saturday, June 16, with a Wilton Day celebration.
Wilton Bulletin Board | Wilton Bulletin
Paint it Up!, Friday, June 15, 11-12:30, Wilton Library. Canvas, paints, brushes and a collection of masterpieces for inspiration or copying will be available; $5 fee. For adults 18 and over. Registration required: 203-762-6342 or.
Police : Norwalk Man Who Failed To Maintain Lane In Wilton Under Influence
A Norwalk man was busted by Wilton police for driving under the influence after failing to maintain a single lane.Gerardo Corona-Villalpando, 25, was arrested Saturday around 10 p.m. after officers saw him driving over the center line and then make a turn from a non-turn lane on Danbury Road, said W
No one injured as shots are fired at robbery at Wilton Walmart - Delaware Business Now
Shots were fired in a robbery at the Wilton Walmart of Route 40 in the New Castle area.The incident occurred at approximately 12:09 a.m., Tuesday.Delaware State Police reported a black male suspect with his face covered entered the business brandishing a gun and confronted an employee at checkout li
The Walmart superstore, located at 117 Wilton Boulevard, near New Castle.
Wilton Summer Concert Series Returns , Announces Line-Up
Concerts will be held on Sunday evenings starting July 15 through August 5 from 5-7 p.m. with the first two concerts being held at Schenck's Island with seating on the island and across the river at The Chess Park and the final two at Merwin Meadows. This year's series will feature local bands, Wilt
Wilton Singers scholars | Wilton Bulletin
Wilton High School seniors Trevor Brown, left, and Rachel-Marie Strazza, right, received scholarships from the Wilton Singers on May 23, for their dedicated participation in the high school’s choral music program. Trevor and Rachel-Marie are joined by Kevin Cotellese, director of the Wilton Singers.
Wilton artists win at Silvermine | Wilton Bulletin
Izzy Mouracade won first prize in photography, youth category, in the Silvermine School of Art exhibition. Her winning photo is called Autumn at Silvermine. — Contributed photo
Gwendolyn Jean -LRB- Wilton -RRB- Schmidt
Brookside Funeral Home & CrematoryGwendolyn Jean (Wilton) Schmidt passed away on April 19, 2018, in Yakima, Washington. She was born on June 4, 1945, in Brooks, Alberta, Canada. She immigrated to the Yakima Valley of the U.S. with her parents and siblings in January of 1951.She attended schools in t
Wilton implements facade-improvement program
Bucky on parade: Wilton native contributes to Madison public art projectJune 7th, 2018byCounty LineRachel (Kiel) Lyga, a Wilton native and a 1995 Royall High School graduate, designed one of the Bucky Badgers for Madison’s “Bucky on Parade” art display.This content is for County Line Monthly and Cou
Library Lines | Wilton Bulletin
Children in second through fourth grade, with their caregivers, explore the concept of gratitude in the Happiness Jar program on Monday, June 18, from 4 to 4:45. The workshop will help them examine gratitude through various kid-centric mindfulness activities; they will make their own gratitude jars
Wilton Parks and Rec offers summer camps | Wilton Bulletin
Camp Looper is open to boys and girls entering kindergarten through eighth grade in the fall. Daily and weekly activities include sports, arts and crafts, swimming, field trips, special events, entertainers and more.
Wilton Quakers hold block party
Peter Murchison leads a Tai chi demonstration for Norwalk's Diane Keefe and others outside the meetinghouse during the open house and block party at the Wilton Quaker Meeting in Wilton, Conn. Sunday, June 11,... more
Letter : Wilton budget out of balance | Wilton Bulletin
At this year’s town meeting there were complaints because we had not increased school spending for several years. It was pointed out that we sent $$$ to the state for schooling and we only received $ back. “That’s not fair!” “Why are we paying for Bridgeport Schools?” were some of the outcries. Yet
Wilton 's Bunnell receives degree from Tufts University
MEDFORD/SOMERVILLE, Mass. — Sophia Bunnell, of Wilton, graduated May 20 from Tufts University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology magna cum laude during a university-wide commencement ceremony that featured the awarding of honorary degrees to a number of academic, business and civic leaders
Off the Stacks at the Wilton Library
Tuesday, June 19 — Author Talk: Lee Mandel, “Sterling Hayden’s Wars,” 7-8:30 p.m. — Author Lee Mandel sheds light on the private wars of Sterling Hayden, examining his personal life, custody battles that included kidnapping his four children, alcohol and substance abuse, and depression. Hayden was a
Wilton woman 's BAC allegedly 0.31 %
Police observed Kimberly P. Duggan's northbound, gray Mazda CX7 cross the middle line of Route 9 in Moreau, nearly striking southbound traffic.
Concerned homeowner spurs Wilton drug arrest
Wilton police responded to Tall Oaks Road around 6 p.m. on Thursday, June 7, after they received calls of three suspicious vehicles parked on the road.
Wilton 6B girls lacrosse team wins division at CONNYs | Wilton Bulletin
The Wilton 6B girls lacrosse team featured, from the left, front row: Sophia O’Neill and Grace Bernardini; middle row: Vivian Eckert, Jane Hughes, Carolyn Palma, Bridget Murphy, Avery Pettit and Natalie Hough; and back row: coach Daina Catanese, Molly Hancock, Melissa Ongley, Amelia Tomas, Isabella