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:

• Gov. Dannel Malloy helps break ground on Yankee Gas expansion project.

• South Wilton real estate is so hot right now.

• Changes at the Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps make some waves.

• Wally Lamb, Connecticut native, will visit Wilton Library.

• Saying good-bye to Bettye Ragognetti.

• Marion Filley named a RealTrends Best Real Estate Agent in America.

• Lisa McDonnell named assistant vice president of Bankwell in Wilton.

• A View from Glen Hill: Gravel and grandchildren.

• The TASC List: Summery summary.

• Editorial: The bear facts.

• Letters: Danbury branch desperately needs advocacy, Changes at Wilton Volunteer Ambulance Corps, Republicans seek candidates for town positions, ‘Echoes of Sinatra’ attracts seniors, Story raises awareness of deadly disease.

• Eighteen members of Stay at Home visit Sheffield Island Lighthouse.

• Merwin Meadows park playdate on Aug. 12.

• Wilton Go Green plans a trip to climate rally in New York.

• Daniel Verlaque receives Merit Scholarship.

• Middlebrook honored at Summer Reading Challenge awards ceremony.

• Connecticut’s school systems rank 13th best in the U.S.

• Charlotte Arbogast spreads her theater wings.

• Wilton Children’s Theater offers online registration.

• Gov. Dannel Malloy visits the Village Market and Village Luncheonette.

• Bon Appetit closes its doors.

• Obituaries: Sylvia Kathleen Hildred, Margaret Chadwick Motavalli, Margaret C. Sauerhoff.

• Memorial service for Woody Schempp.

• Nursing agency seeks volunteers.

• Environmental advocates will go door to door.

• New student registration begins Aug. 11.

• Police Log: Fake twenties, bad checks.

• GOP primary will pick Gov. Malloy’s challenger.

• Wilton Y receives $1,000 donation.

• Crafts festival in Cannondale this weekend.

• Cultural Alliance of Western Connecticut welcomes artists seeking exposure.

• Wilton Police Department’s Animal Control comes across strange situations.

• Wilton resident publishes clever educational children’s book.

• Patrol Officer Diane MacLean named Wilton Police Department’s second school resource officer.

• Metro-North sees 21% increase in major crime.

• Sharlach proposes transit authority.

• Camp Gordyland: Color games highlight the season.

• Post 86 Junior American Legion team ends its state run.

• Wilton Babe Ruth 13s fall in league semi-finals.

• Wilton players are on the Fairfield County Fastpitch Softball League championship team.

• A tennis event at Four Seasons will benefit Ability Beyond.

• The Wilton Y Wahoos finish third in the 2014 YMCA National Long Course Championship meet.

• Sunday is the day for tryouts for Wilton Baseball and Softball Association teams.

Arts & Leisure: Wilton author Elissa Grodin has penned a second mystery novel.