WILTON, Conn. -- Here are some of the stories that topped the news in Wilton this week:
- A Wilton woman who was warned to stay off her neighbor's property, Margaret Sullivan, 44, of 1 Lennon Lane, was arrested and charged with first-degree criminal trespass.
- The body of a Norwalk resident Mauro Godinez Pineda, 40, who went missing after his canoe flipped over Memorial Day in Long Island Sound, was found.
- The Wilton Historical Society will host the Booked for Lunch group on Tuesday, June 10.
- The Wilton Board of Education will host two informal receptions for parents of Wilton students and members of the Wilton community to meet incoming Superintendent of Schools Kevin Smith.
- Wilton's Edwin Hollingsworth is showcasing his work, along with the work of other students, in the AP Arts program at the Pomfret School.
- The Wilton Town Hall Complex at 238 Danbury Road is getting a $33,500 state grant to connect to the state's high-speed Nutmeg Network.
- The town of Wilton has hired Ronald Kanterman to be the town's new fire chief on a one-year contract that begins June 1.
- 1 Wilton Voters Narrowly Approve $50M Project For Miller-Driscoll School
- 2 Police: Second Swastika Found At Wilton High School
- 3 Metro-North Still Plans On Moving New Haven Line To Penn Station
- 4 Malloy's Sandy Hook Advisory Panel Calls For Homeschooling Oversight
- 5 Teen’s Arrest For Swastika Incident At Wilton High Tops Week’s News