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Eversource Touted ‘Completing’ Restoration Ahead of Actual Finish, While Medically At-Risk Customers Waited Without Power

Just a few days ago, we put out the call for stories from Eversource customers about communication issues or problems they've experienced with the...

Download Wilton’s “I Voted” Sticker Commemorating 19th Amendment’s 100th Anniversary

Today is Connecticut's Primary Day, with all three polling places in Wilton open from 6 a.m.- 8 p.m., and absentee ballots accepted through the...

VOTE TODAY: Primary Voting is Open in Wilton 6 a.m.-8 p.m.; Absentee Ballots Still Accepted

Today is Primary Day in Connecticut. Wilton's three polling locations are open for anyone registered in either the Republican or Democratic parties to vote...

Vanderslice’s Ire at Eversource Grows, Wilton Opens Cooling Center at HS

First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice was clear about her anger with Eversource on Monday, seven days into recovery after Tropical Storm Isaias. In her midday...

LETTER: Use Wilton’s Energy Commission to Find Solutions & Deal with Eversource

To the Editor: I believe it is safe to say that most everyone in Wilton was extremely frustrated and angered by Eversource’s inadequate response to...

Wilton Releases Informational Videos on How Voting will Work at Primary Polls in COVID Era

The CT political primaries are being held Tuesday, Aug. 11, and the Wilton Registrars of Voters have produced videos explaining how voting will work...

120 Hours After Storm’s End, Still Wilton Residents Trapped and Streets Blocked by Downed Trees and Wires

Wilton resident Laure Friedman is used to power outages. But what happened–or really, what didn't happen–in the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias made her ask a...

Running Camp Goes The Distance During COVID, Raising Funds For Two Wilton Organizations

Dhruv Rokkam (pictured above) is a Wilton High School rising junior, varsity cross country and track runner, and now, successful camp organizer. Rokkam was the...

P&Z Updates: New Tanks for Citgo, More Discussion Required for NRVT Extensions and Outdoor Dining

With temporarily-expanded outdoor dining a new reality of the COVID-19 era, thanks to an Executive Order from Gov. Lamont, Wilton's Planning and Zoning Commission...

48+ Hrs. After Storm Ends, 73% of Wilton Still Without Power

Just look at the numbers:  more than 48 hours after Tropical Storm Isaias ended, there are 5,476 Eversource customers in Wilton–73% of the town–still...

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