In this week's Bulletin

In this week’s Wilton Bulletin for July 24, 2014:

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

• Miller-Driscoll price tag raised to $43 million.

• Board of Education approves salaries.

• Woodcock nature camps embrace technology.

• Board of Finance shares research into legal settlements.

• Boucher named Children’s Champion for fourth time.

• Connecticut’s 4th District has fifth greatest income inequality in U.S.

• Re-WireNXT: A student group envisions the future potential for Georgetown’s Gilbert & Bennett site.

• Merwin Meadows: Do you know your lifeguards?

• Connecticut standardized test scores ranked fourth best in the nation.

• Local pianist will perform Ives’ greatest work on Saturday.

• Kimberly and Christopher Bishop welcome their third child, Thomas Cooper.

• Brubeck Brother Quartet to perform in New Haven.

• Superintendent plans on ‘listening and learning.’

• Board of Education: Looking to minimize misunderstanding.

• State gives additional $22 million for School Security Grant Program.

• Wilton High School junior Maddi Stow becomes the U.S. Tennis Association’s New England Clay Courts Champion.

• Wilton business owner introduced to Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

• Webster Bank promotes Carol Carver and James Lane.

• James Koulouris joins Savings Bank of Danbury as assistant vice president of mortgage operations.

• Stay at Home BBQ a success.

• Republican Primary to be held Aug. 12.

• Beth DiLerto and Darcy Sledge named two of Commercial Record’s Women of FIRE.

• Connecticut: Small state with a ‘large agricultural presence.’

• Historical society unveils Colonial-era garden.

• Bridgeport Rescue Mission needs volunteers Saturday.

• Knowledge, skills and abilities helped save a life last week.

• Letter: PGP staff says ‘Thank you!’, Editorial was spot-on for summer fun.

• Connecticut ranked the 14th most unionized state in the nation.

• Editorial: Seeking help.

• View from Glen Hill: Losing two of our best.

• Lyme Connecticut Wellness Support Group will discuss meditation as a complementary treatment for Lyme disease symptoms.

• From Town Hall: What’s the Yankee Gas timeline?

• Obituaries: John J. Dotson, David John Cole.

• National Alliance on Mental Illness offers support for parents of troubled children.

• Master Robert Z. Olmedo was inducted into the U.S. Martial Arts Hall of Fame.

• Area planning meeting on Thursday, July 24.

• Police Log: Failure to respond, Pot with intent, Drug warrant, SUV at fault, Two DUIs, Restaurant wrangle.

• The Fresh Air Fund seeks more families to give inner-city children a Fresh Air experience this August.

• Congressman Jim Himes votes to extend Highway Trust Fund.

• Junior Legionnaires punch ticket to state tournament.

• Murph’s Turf: Soccer.

• Peaking at the right time, Wilton 13s reach state semis.

• Roman-Johnston, Diamond Sports Edge make splash at big summer tournament.

• Connecticut Open starts Monday at Rolling Hills Country Club.

• Wilton High School Soccer Boosters warm-up camp Aug. 18-21.

• New Canaan's Helen Post Curry, the great-granddaughter of Ridgefield architect Cass Gilbert, is organizing tours of his iconic Woolworth Building in New York, which has long been closed to the public.

• Danbury Fields Forever, a Beatles-themed festival at the Ives Concert Park in Danbury, will run from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday.

• The Reel Dad pays tribute to actor James Garner.

• Gathering of the Vibes opens July 31 at Seaside Park in Bridgeport.