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Examining Wilton’s History: Racial Justice, Inequality and Activism–Part 4: Housing

Additional reporting by Heather Borden Herve America is erupting into discussion, protests, and action in response to racism, police brutality,...

BOS to Discuss Housing in Wilton, Summer’s Special Legislative Session & Board/Commission Review

Tonight's Board of Selectmen meeting is a full one, especially for a summer month. There are several meaty topics...

BREAKING NEWS: Possible COVID Case Causes WHS Extended School Year Location to Go Online

Just two weeks after students and teachers made a successful return to in-person classroom learning for Wilton Public School's...

GMW’s Policies for Election 2020: Letters to the Editor, Press Coverage & More

In just three weeks, Wilton residents will go to the polls (or have their absentee ballots tabulated) for Connecticut's...

Examining Wilton’s History: Racial Inequality, Justice, and Activism–Part 3: One Family’s Story

America is erupting into discussion, protests, and action in response to racism, police brutality, and injustice nationwide. Our reaction...

Town of Wilton Updates: Guide to New Rules for Camps, Sports, Parks & Fields

Rules related to social distancing and the wearing of face masks apply while at Town of Wilton recreational facilities. To...

LETTERS: Protect Absentee Voting in the CT Legislative Special Session

Protect Health and Voting Rights To the Editor: Absentee voting is a cornerstone of American democracy. Voting should occur wherever and...

COVID-19 Update July 16: Lamont Says Back-to-School Plan is Good, but his Expert Says Fall Epidemic May Force Closure Again

Gov. Ned Lamont's Thursday press briefing focused on the level of confidence about bringing students and teachers back to...

COVID-19 Update July 15, 2020: Officials Aware of Unreported Positive Cases; BOS Approves New Tax Deferral Deadline

In her nightly update to residents about the town's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice reported...

Wilton Schools’ Re-Entry Committee Tackles Logistics of Reopening for In-Person Learning

Classes held outdoors under tents. Three-foot vs. six-foot social distancing. Million-dollar bus monitors. Technology upgrades. These were just a few...

Wilton Closes All Town-Owned Basketball Courts After Players Fail to Follow Rules

The Town of Wilton is serious about its COVID-19 social distancing rules. After some people failed to follow rules...

COVID-19 Update: No New Wilton Cases, but CT Adds New States to Travel Advisory–and Vanderslice Makes Plea to Residents

In her nightly update to Wilton residents on the town's response to the coronavirus pandemic, First Selectwoman Lynne Vanderslice...