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Wilton Democratic Committee hosts charity potluck
WILTON - Last weekend the Wilton Democratic Committee hosted a Community Charity Potluck Dinner to benefit the Wilton Food Pantry. Nye Mosher, Food Coordinator for Wilton Food Pantry and member of its Board of Directors, spoke to the gathering of community members about the support the food pantry p
Forrest Wilton Mills
RICKMAN — Forrest Wilton Mills, 57, of Cookeville, Tennessee, passed away Saturday, April 13, 2019, in Boulder, Colorado. Forrest was born Sunday, Feb. 25, 1962, in Tampa, Florida, to the late Jack Wilkins Mills and Barbara Jean (Allen) Mills.
Wilton Senior Center News
Do you have plans next Wednesday? If not, come by the senior center for a free lunch, and learn the ins and outs of planning for a hospital stay. On April 24, at noon, Katherine Lasberg, community health nurse from Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County, will go over what you should know befor
Wilton Bulletin Board
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 firstname.lastname@example.org by 5 p.m. Wednesday the week before intended publication. The full listing
Wilton pulls away from Greenwich
WILTON — To win lacrosse games, you need to have the ball. In Wednesday evening’s game at Wilton, the Greenwich girls lacrosse team didn’t have the ball very often. With Meghan Lane and Anna Sherman doing the heavy lifting, Wilton controlled 22 of 26 draws. That dominance paved the way for the Warri
College lacrosse comes to Wilton
Technically, it counts as a home game for the University of Pennsylvania men’s lacrosse team. But when the Quakers host Vermont in the regular-season finale April 27 they will be 150 miles from their usual home at Franklin Field in Philadelphia.
Wilton maintains Aaa bond rating
Moody’s Investors Service has assigned a Aaa bond rating to the Town of Wilton. The rating is the town’s equivalent of a credit report score, and Aaa is the top rating a municipality can have.
Services for Wilton Ira Jones, 85, of Kilgore will be at 10:00 a.m. on Saturday, April 13 at St. Luke's United Methodist Church of Kilgore. Burial will follow at the Travis Cemetery in Rosebud, TX under the direction of Rader Funeral Home in Kilgore.
Avengers to the rescue in Wilton
Grass Realty Group will host a movie premiere for Avengers: Endgame to raise money for the SMS Research Foundation. The showing takes place at the Bow Tie Cinema on River Road, Thursday, April 25, at 7:30 p.m.
Editorial : A worthy week in Wilton
Last week, April 7-13, was an opportunity to celebrate two very important institutions in Wilton: libraries and volunteers. Even though the week has passed, it is not too late to reflect on how they elevate our town in so many ways.
Obituary : Patricia A. Clark of Wilton
WILTON, — Ms. Patricia A. Clark of Wilton, formerly of Lexington and Medford died, Thursday, April 11, 2019 in Norwalk Hospital in Norwalk. She was 85. Ms. Clark was born in Boston on November 22, 1933, a daughter of the late Leo and Teresa (DeCourcey) Clark.
Wilton church to conduct Easter prayer vigil
St. Paul’s Evangelical Lutheran Church in Wilton will again conduct an Easter Prayer Vigil following the Good Friday evening service, continuing through Saturday, and concluding prior to the sunrise Easter Sunday service.
Wilton church honors Dougherty , long-time janitor
On Palm Sunday, St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Wilton honored Florence Dougherty, who ended her 55-year stint as the church’s janitor earlier this month. This content is for County Line Monthly and County Line Yearly members only.
Wilton Library Lines
Mother and daughter duo Wendy and Madison Fellows of Bubble & Brew are coming to the library for their first guided tea talk and tasting on Saturday, April 20, from 2 to 4:30 p.m. Bubble & Brew is the business they founded in April 2018 with their antique-French-firetruck-turned-local food truck. Th
Wilton warns parents of online dangers
Ironwood - Attendees of the iGuardian parent program listened to Special Agent Todd Wilton, with the Department of Homeland Security, discuss tips on internet safety Wednesday night at Gogebic Community College.
Wilton clean-up is planned for May 4
Spring cleaning is an annual event for many and the town is no different. The Wilton Conservation Commission is seeking volunteers to join in the Town-wide Cleanup Day on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to noon, at the Town Green.
Wilton Selectboard discusses Varnum Pond ordinance
WILTON - The Board of Selectpersons discussed a proposed ordinance and heard updates from the highway and fire departments. Superintendent Heinz Gossman of the Water and Sewer Department proposed a new ordinance for Wilton's portion of Varnum Pond, which supplies the town's drinking water, to help p
Wilton Unveils New Town Website
The Town of Wilton launched its new municipal website platform on Tuesday, April 16. Officials say the new site will make it easier for residents and visitors to find information and also serve as the gateway to those who are not yet familiar with the community.
Wilton beats Glastonbury for third straight win
Four games into the season, Wilton High girls lacrosse coach Meredith Meyran has noticed something positive. “Collectively, as a team, we are working better than in the past,” said Meyran after her team’s 13-9 road triumph over Glastonbury on Monday. “The chemistry is really great.”
Chris Murphy praises ASML 's Wilton expansion
Although his time was brief, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy took a quick tour of ASML in Wilton on Monday, April 15, and spoke to employees, praising them and the company for their work and the facility’s expansion project.