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O’Dea Officially Kicks-Off Re-election Campaign

Yesterday, Tom O’Dea officially announced that he is filing paperwork to run for re-election as State Representative to the 125th...

BREAKING NEWS: Lang’s Pharmacy to Close Both Wilton & Weston Locations Today

UPDATE–Wednesday, Feb. 12, 5:30 p.m.:  News of the sudden closing of Lang's Pharmacy in Wilton Center shocked and saddened...

THREE Possible Proposed BOS Budget Increases: 0.5% or 1.4% or 2.3%

During last night's special meeting of the Board of Selectmen, Wilton got its first glimpse of what First Selectwoman...

Cannonwoods Subdivision Has First Day in Front of P&Z and Public–Again

At last night's meeting of the Wilton Planning & Zoning Commission, the commissioners opened the public hearing on an...

Blue Envelope Program Helps Drivers on Autism Spectrum and Wilton Police

The Wilton Police Department announced it is now participating in the Blue Envelope Program, an initiative that was started to...

Wilton’s Peter Denious Plays Key Role with Revving Up CT’s Economic Development

Wilton residents may notice something familiar about the man tapped to help lead business development in Connecticut–he's one of...

Gov.’s Proposed FY’21 Budget Reduces Wilton Aid Slightly–But It Could’ve Been Worse

Gov. Ned Lamont presented his legislative proposals to the Connecticut General Assembly on Wednesday, Feb. 5, including his 2020-21...

BREAKING NEWS: Stephanie Thomas to Challenge Gail Lavielle

BREAKING NEWS:  Stephanie Thomas, who challenged Gail Lavielle in 2018 for the state representative seat representing the 143rd district,...

After 2-Yr. Delay, Work on NRVT will Progress Once More

Monday night's Board of Selectmen meeting (Feb. 3) brought some welcome news:  the two-year hold on construction on the...

Selectmen Approve Recommendations for Schenck’s Island/Merwin Meadows Improvements

Two of Wilton's most prominent public amenities–Schenck's Island and Merwin Meadows–will soon get updates. At Monday night's (Feb. 3) Board...

Wilton Police Add Hybrid Vehicle to Fleet

The Wilton Police Department is going green–and saving taxpayers some green as well. The department announced Monday, Feb. 3 that it...

Town Hall: Time for Census 2020 in Wilton Approaching

On Tuesday, Wilton officials posted an announcement on the town website notifying residents that most households will begin receiving...