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Wilton Real Estate Report (Mar. 26-Apr. 1, 2021): 8 Properties Change Hands, 2 over $1 Million

Each week the Wilton Town Clerk’s office releases data for the prior week’s real estate transactions. For the one-week...

DiRocco Family Plans Cardiac Screening Event for Wilton Kids Ages 10-19 in Memory of Their Son, George

A cardiac screening event has been planned for Saturday, May 8, at Wilton's Comstock Community Center. The event is in...

Rotted Town Hall Column Collapses

Deferred maintenance for budget savings might be a prudent short-term measure Wilton has used in the past, but when...

Wilton Schools’ Companion Program for Wilton Reads Raises Honest Conversation About Race, Social Justice and Equity

Once again, Wilton Public Schools is partnering with the Wilton Library on the townwide Wilton Reads program. In this...

What Concerns Vanderslice About “Burdensome” Proposed Statewide Housing Legislation

In Hartford on Wednesday, March 31, the General Assembly’s Planning and Development Committee voted on several bills related to...

With State’s Zoning Legislation Still Unsettled, Town P&Z Officials Say They Can Achieve Housing Diversity Without Hartford’s Overreach

Wednesday, March 31 in Hartford, the General Assembly’s Planning and Development Committee voted on several bills related to affordable...

CT Mirror: Bills On Affordable Housing Move Out of Committee, But Not Without Changes

written by Jacqueline Rabe Thomas  Published with permission of CTMirror.org A key committee of the General Assembly moved forward legislation that...

Wilton High School COVID-19 Cases Now Number 11 Students, 2 Teachers

Just as COVID-19 case numbers are rising around the state, there has also been a noticeable increase in cases...

Prospector Theater Pulls the Plug on Wilton Location: “Movie Theater Industry is in Crisis, Because of COVID”

When the news first broke that Ridgefield's celebrated Prospector Theater would be opening a second location in Wilton Center,...

Proposed BOS Budget Unchallenged by Wilton Residents at Public Hearing

The public hearing on the FY2022 Board of Selectmen (BOS) budget took place last evening (Tuesday, March 30). The proposed...

COVID-19 Update March 31: CT Senate OKs Extending Lamont’s Emergency Powers & Outdoor Dining

The Connecticut State Senate Tuesday afternoon (March 30) approved legislation extending the state of emergency, which was set to...

COVID-19 Update March 30: WHS Cases High, Wilton Clearly in Red Zone as CT Preps for April 1 Eligibility

Gov. Ned Lamont said Connecticut is preparing for Thursday, April 1, when all residents age 16-and-up become eligible to...