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COVID-19 Update May 7: State & Local Numbers Trending Down, Wilton Goes From “Red” to “Orange”

Gov. Ned Lamont touted Connecticut's continued downward trending COVID-19 case metrics on Thursday, May 6, noting that the state's...

Wilton HS PGP Groups Fill in the Food Bags for Filling in the Blanks

Over the last several months, groups of Wilton teens have dedicated time to assist Filling in the Blanks, a...

WHS Inducts 20 Members from Class of 2022

The Wilton High School National Honor Society held its Spring 2021 Induction Ceremony this past Monday, May 3. The new...

LETTER: Be Part of Really Strong Positive Support for Proposed Budgets at Town Vote

To the Editor: I very much regret being unable to attend this year’s Annual Town Meeting this Saturday in person...

Wilton’s Library, Historical Society and Y: What “Open” Means Now (Masks and More)

Following favorable COVID-19 case number trends and a recent announcement by Gov. Ned Lamont loosening some COVID-19 restrictions as...

OPINION: Wish You Were Here… Milo. Me Too.

I'd like to think I'm a well-intentioned person, at least on most days when I've had my three cups...

Announcing: “Dear Madam Vice President” Letter Writing Contest Winners

To honor the historic election of the nation’s first woman as Vice President of the United States, the League...

Guest Essay: WHS Grad & Sen. Haskell Work to Expand CT Children’s Mental Health Privileges

By Vignesh Subramanian and State Senator Will Haskell Editor's note:  Wilton High School graduate Vignesh Subramanian (Class of 2020) now...

Letter: Board of Education’s Thoughts on Teacher Appreciation Week

To the Editor: Teacher Appreciation Week traditionally is a week to happily recognize the positive, lasting impact our Wilton teachers...

LETTER: Wilton Bd. of Education Urges: “Please Participate in Budget Process”

To the Editor: The town vote on the 2021-22 Wilton Public Schools budget proposal is fast approaching.  The Board of...

WHS Associate Principal Don Schels Resigns to Become Principal at Shepaug Valley School

When the Wilton High School Class of 2021 graduates this June, they'll be accompanied by one long-time member of...

COVID-19 Update, May 4, 2021–Lamont: “Very Positive Trends Continue” in CT, is True for Wilton

Gov. Ned Lamont touted the state's current successful COVID-19 data, noting at his Monday, May 3 press conference that "very...