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

• The second annual Wilton Street Fair and Sidewalk Sale is coming on Saturday, July 20.

• Wilton Fire Chief Paul Milositz reflects on more than 10 years of service to Wilton.

• Wilton High School graduate Joshua Kaye played a key role in the case to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act.

• Stephen Davis and Jeffrey Busch relate personal benefits from the repeal of DOMA.

• A talk explains some confusing aspects of Medicare.

• Popular rock group The Maine returns to an SRO crowd at Trackside Teen Center.

• James Cooper publishes a Nantucket dining guide.

• Psychologist uses natural elements to reduce stress.

• Apprentices learn to farm and have fun at Ambler Farm.

• Magazine reviews teen issues.

• Students can aid communities in the Dominican Republic with Builders Beyond Borders.

• Tom Dec is the new chairman of the Wilton Democratic Town Committee.

• A security adviser will clue senior into avoiding financial fraud.

• Community talent is on display at the 69th annual Summer Show at Wilton Library.

• Indie film fans and magazine readers will enjoy the library’s new online resources.

• Paint collection days are scheduled.

• Wilton Little League 11/12-year-old All-Stars advance to the district finals.

• Wilton American Legion Post 86 baseball continues to win.

• Joseph Tait qualifies for the motorcross amateur national championships.

• Murph’s Turf: Aaron Hernandez and professional sports jerseys.

• Wilton 10-U all-stars rout Ridgefield.

• Wilton Babe Ruth Baseball 13U loses in the district final.

• Wilton Wahoos take part in Swim Across America event.

• Wilton Y gymnasts find success in Savannah.

• Editorial: Mind on the road.

• Letters: Republicans seek board candidates.

• Obituaries: Russell B. Kern, Peter Griffin, Peter Kouvaris, Walter Cromwell, Lillian Tuttle.

Home: Green building from the ground up, outdoor kitchens and backyard entertaining, maintaining a summer garden, Darien’s Dock Shop.

Arts & Leisure: The Vibes are returning to Bridgeport later this month; a Washington, Conn. garden opens to guests on Saturday; C.H. Booth Library book sale this weekend in Newtown; Bucky Pizzarelli, Jerry Bruno and John Cutrone play Sono Seaport Seafood Restaurant in Norwalk Sunday; the Reel Dad says 20 Feet from Stardom is a tribute to back-up singers, the Hyundai Sonata GLS.