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Two members of the Wilton Y Wahoos swim team will donate their hair to benefit cancer patients. [Read More]
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Due to salmonella outbreaks, home cooks are being advised to take precautions when cooking raw turkey products. [Read More]
Tags: Caution - due - advised
In the ethics portion of the business law course I teach to M.B.A. students, I underscore that great leadership in any endeavor is set from... [Read More]
The Norwalk-Wilton chapter of AARP will meet Thursday, Nov. 15, 11:30 to 2, at the Norwalk Senior Center, 11 Allen Road, Norwalk. [Read More]
I would like to thank Dr. Kevin Smith for the excellent letter he wrote to the student body expressing his revulsion at the terrorist massacre... [Read More]
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Music on the Hill issues a call for singers for its Christmas concert. [Read More]
Tags: Music - Hill - Christmas
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Wilton's Veterans Day ceremony recalled the legacy of World War I. [Read More]
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Ladies and gentlemen, the story you are about to read is true. Their doggy names have been changed to protect the innocent. [Read More]
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On Halloween, the Wilton Kiwanis Club completed its fourth annual pumpkin sale. [Read More]
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Wilton poet Pat St. Pierre gives a reading Monday evening at Barnes & Noble in Stamford. [Read More]
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A pair of first-quarter touchdowns held up as the Wilton High football team defeated Westhill, 13-6, on Saturday afternoon at Kennedy Stadium in Stamford. [Read More]
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Approximately 50 people came together at Middlebrook School for the first Zero Waste Schools Coalition meeting. [Read More]
Wilton sent 98 men and women to serve in World War I. Two did not come home. [Read More]
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Simsbury defeated Wilton, 1-0, in a Class LL girls soccer state quarterfinal game Friday at Kristine Lilly Field. [Read More]
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Seventy members of Wilton High School's 1998 class gather at Trackside Teen Center last month for a 20-year reunion. [Read More]
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Veterans Day is Sunday, Nov. 11, but some businesses and organizations will observe it on Monday, Nov. 12. [Read More]
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The lady simply fascinates. And she has since first stepping in front of a camera in a comedy called Tall Story in 1960. Back then,... [Read More]
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Over the summer, the Zion's Hill United Methodist Church congregation welcomed the Rev. Michael Barry as its new minister. [Read More]
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Items discussed at the Nov. 5 Board of Selectmen special meeting. [Read More]
In three days, Nov. 11, 2018, at 11 a.m., the world will be observing the centennial to the end of "The War to End All... [Read More]
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