Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:

• Wilton Board of Selectmen approved the sale of liquor on Sundays.

• Subdivision plan spawns lawsuit.

• Mark Rubinstein has written a thriller called ‘Love Gone Mad’ and will be at Wilton Library to discuss it.

• Cannondale Bicycles intends to open a retail store in i.Park but might encounter bumps in the road.

• State Rep. John Shaban announces his intention to run for the 4th Congressional District seat.

• Comstock Community Center roof is getting close to completion.

• Wilton Rotary Carnival signals that summer is ending.

• Social Security Benefits workshop being offered.

• Proposed outdoor lighting at Middlebrook School comes under scrutiny.

• Wilton Library’s shredding day is coming on Sept. 28.

• Support group for loss of a spouse is available.

• Bollywood dancing and creative Indian cooking are being offered from Wilton Continuing Education.

• Trucks get tagged.

• Board of Finance tackles budget, fiscal year updates, and a resignation.

• English as a Second Language will be held at Wilton Library, beginning Sept. 30.

• Obituaries: Glenn Crawley Ziegler, Jonathan Taffler.

• Hyon shows in Ridgefield.

• Jazz Sunday afternoon at Weir Farm.

• Charles Grodin headlines the Norwalk Hospital Gala on Sept. 28.

• Seniors hear heart talk.

• Photographer offers a bold look at the family album.

• America celebrates its Constitution.

• Board of Education is ‘back to school.’

• Editorial: Put the brakes on distracted driving.

• Letters: Lights, Land panels.

• Victorian novels are relevant 200 years later.

• Recovering from depression with Dr. Corneau.

• Millstone Farm stars in TV show.

• Five years later, derelict building still in need of repair.

• Renters rebates available.

• Police log: Missing catalytic converter, unregistered car, burglary, failure to obey sign, following too close.

• Volunteers needed to visit homebound residents.

• Students find A Better Chance in Wilton.

• Warrior Words: Zen-ior year.

• Wilton Board of Education: Turf, Common Core, deficit on agenda.

Arts & Leisure: Chekhov International Theatre Festival in Ridgefield, Puttin’ on the Dog Festival in Greenwich, The Reel Dad compares versions of The Great Gatsby, Steven Macoy checks out the Volkswagen Jetta GL I Autobahn.