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Dr. Fauci: If CT Keeps Doing a Good Job, Schools Should Reopen

At his daily press briefing for updates on the state's COVID-19 response, Gov. Ned Lamont had a special guest...

Bd. of Education Calls Special Meeting Tuesday Evening to Consider Approving Back to School Plan

With four weeks exactly to go before the first day of school, officials of the Wilton Public School District...

Wilton Teacher’s Plea to BOE: Remote Learning the ‘Only Option’ to Keep My WHS Family Safe

Sarah Lewis, a science teacher at Wilton High School, asked us to share the statement she hopes to make...

Lavielle Endorses Kim Healy for State Senate Race

Gail Lavielle, Wilton's State Representative (143rd district) and the Assistant Republican Leader, sent her endorsement of Kim Healy, who...

Town Will Use E-Alerts & Code RED Calls to Communicate with Residents about Approaching Tropical Storm Isaias

As Town of Wilton officials brace for the arrival of Tropical Storm Isaias on Tuesday and anticipate high winds...

LETTER: Wilton Petition to Fully Re-Open Miller-Driscoll & Cider Mill is ‘Foolishness’

To the Editor: A petition is currently circulating that asks for Superintendent Kevin Smith to re-open the elementary schools full-time...

Letter: No Place for Partisanship in Discussion on Housing

To the Editor: I was saddened by Gail Lavielle’s presentation at last week’s Board of Selectmen meeting. Her stated goal...

Wilton’s Town-Wide Suffragist Sticker Project Celebrates the 152 Women Who Voted in 1920, Honors their Memory

"It is my first vote." Hannah Raymond Ambler's joy was palpable on the page in this well-underlined diary entry, dated...

Wilton Real Estate Report (July 23-29, 2020): 19 Properties Changed Hands, Top Price $1.2 Mil

Each week the Wilton town clerk’s office releases data for the prior week’s real estate transactions. For the days...

Wilton Softball–Personal Victories (14U) and League Championships (12U & 10U)

Even in these bizarre times, silver linings exist! The Wilton Softball program was on the brink of shutting down...

CIAC Releases New Guidelines for Fall School Sports, with September Start

Friday morning, the Connecticut Interscholastic Athletic Conference (CIAC) released its long-awaited guidance for fall school sports in Connecticut as the...

COVID-19 Update July 30–As Wilton Adds More Cases, Vanderslice says: If you want kids in school and playing sports, then behave safely now

Wilton added two new COVID-positive cases in Thursday's report from the CT Department of Public Health, bringing the week's...