In this week's Bulletin

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

• A former Wilton public preschool paraprofessional — he left in June — was arrested on charges of possessing child pornography.

• Antoinette Tourigney is 100 years old.

• Sharon Cowley, who ran the popular On School Road program, is back with a new Wilton preschool program.

• What happens when there’s a shooting range in a building? It gets full of lead, for one thing. Wilton police headquarters has been diagnosed with lead contamination.

• Wilton’s new public school superintendent is looking forward to the first day of school.

• $40,000 in jewelry went missing from an Avalon condo.

• Board of Selectman Round-up: financial report is ‘very good,’ Rodgerson named to Economic Development Commission.

• Connecticut’s sales tax holiday continues through Aug. 23.

• Help is available for teenage Lyme patients.

• The Grange Fair is this weekend.

• Hospice volunteers are needed.

• Dean’s Greens juices offers delivery to Wilton.

• Obituaries: Suzanne Steinberg, Kristin ‘Sunny’ Pierson.

• Police will set up a DUI checkpoint on Sept. 5.

• Kristine Lilly returns to college soccer as an assistant at UT.

• WHS lacrosse players bring love of sport to Jamaica.

• With 13 seniors, high school cheer team expects big year.

• A group of historical consultants visited the Wilton Historical Society.

• Murph’s Turf: High School sports should avoid the college model.

• Liam Smith wins silver and gold in Nutmeg Games for fencing.

• Mother-son pair complete marathon.

• Cyberbullying gets an airing at the Wilton Y.

• Grand Slam champ Mats Wilander gives lessons at Four Seasons.

• Blue Crush travel softball tryouts are this Sunday.

• Briefly legal: What to do when one is facing foreclosure.

• Wendy Fratino and Don Offinger are featured in Do You Know Your EMTs.

• Wilton artists will be featured in Art Walk Ridgefield.

• Weir Farm’s guest artist is a painter and journalism professor.

• Letters: Thank you for life-saving actions, minister reflects on Robin Williams, mental illness support group here to help, Lavielle deserves reelection, primary was a smooth outing.

• State primary turnout lowest since 1986.

• Danbury Computer Society will discuss email and social media.

• Lois Alcosser on “cellitis.”

• Wilton Singers will hold auditions soon.

• Three Connecticut women will discuss activism in Afghanistan at St. Matthew’s Episcopal Church on Sept. 18.

• A casual evening out will benefit P2P Sept. 18.

• A natural gas construction update.

• The school year is starting!

• Tools for Schools helps collect equipment for areas in need.

• P2P receives a $20,000 grant for scholarships.

• Norwalk Youth Symphony auditions begin Aug. 23.

• Editorial: Change the date of the primary.

• A view from Glen Hill: My ‘olde’ Maine home.

• WFD: College students, be fire safe.

Arts & Leisure: The New Canaan Sculpture Group is a close-knit collection of sculptors who enjoy their communal space in the Carriage Barn Arts Center in New Canaan, the Reel Dad looks at Robin Williams’ career, Art Walk Ridgefield opens Friday, the 2014 Range Rover looks great.