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

• CAPT/CMT state standardized test scores are down for Wilton students, but still well above the state average.

• Layoffs at the parent company of Cannondale Sports may affect $3 million state loan bringing the company to Wilton.

• Bishop Frank Caggiano is hopeful for the church’s future.

• Five photographers show off different styles.

• New laws increase protection for domestic violence victims.

• Connecticut insurance exchange begins Oct. 1.

• Trucks visit Middlebrook for children to touch.

• Matt Criscuolo seeks to make amends.

• Murder mystery is the choice for Wilton Reads.

• Editorial: Tests don’t tell us anything new.

• Letter: Reunion, air quality.

• Letter from Hartford: How mighty Connecticut has fallen.

• Honduran girls enjoy gifts through Kicks for Nick.

• Wilton nears a low-cost energy installation agreement with Yankee Gas.

• Items from the Board of Selectmen meeting include a liquor sale hearing date, new electric car charger, and an update on the status of the Miller-Driscoll School renovations.

• Police log: Larceny, domestic, pot possession, criminal mischief, bus hits cyclist.

• Obituary: Marian Edith Demarest.

• Cablevision blames recent service issue on Norwalk power outage.

• Community celebration salutes New Orleans.

• Wilton Singers is seeking sopranos and basses.

• Schools open in Wilton on Monday. Students will find some new faces and renovations at all schools, including Middlebrook.

• Heather Reed is certified.

• Devin Benison and David Brown win Book Awards.

• Michael’s Arts and Crafts and Mrs. Greens Natural Market are among the new tenants at the Gateway Shopping Center.

• Two golf tournament events in advance of the Honorine St. Jude Golf Classic.

• ‘The Jake’ golf tourney will be held Sept. 25 at Ridgefield Golf Course.

• Gary Valentine went to the Weightlifting Federation World Masters Championship in Italy.

• Wilton simmers help the Lake Club take fourth place at Fairfield County meet.

• Gregory Bauerfeld and Jamie Fagan help NRRA earn a silver medal at the nationals.

• Six Wilton Wahoos swim at Speedo Junior National Championships.

• The Church Tavern Biathlon is coming on Sept. 2.

• Leatherman race is Sept. 29 in South Salem, N.Y.