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:

• Wilton High Graduation coverage Includes: speeches, post grad plans, and awards.

• The Wilton Family Y names Bruce Beebe and ABC of Wilton Distinguished Citizens.

• Lawn mower is believed to be the cause of a fire that totals a garage, but firefighter save the house it was attached to.

• An interview with Wilton’s new fire chief, Ronald Kanterman.

• Plans are in place for a ‘sparkling’ Fourth of July.

• The plans for 44 Westport Road are withdrawn, for now.

• Summer concerts: 14th annual Summer Music and More Concert Series.

• Gini Frank Fischer painting: Money from silent auction goes to horse charities.

• Wilton students participate in charitable cotillion towards child cancer research.

• Books donated in honor of retiring Wilton school employees.

• Congressman Jim Himes is not ready to label Connecticut as a “blue state.”

• The joys of juice at Village Market.

• Bankwell’s CEO is resolving financial woes.

• Teens help organize annual Trackside golf tournament.

• The Greens nursing home delivers theatrical beauty.

• Independence Day closings.

• Sen. John McKinney interview Monday, June 30th 11 a.m., on HAN Radio.

• The Democrats pick Phil Sharlach as their 26th Senatorial District candidate.

• Wilton School District collects participation fees; still running a budget deficit.

• Wilton Chamber of Commerce plans annual street fair.

• Letters: Firefighters showed bravery saving house, divisive actions by the Presbyterian Church hierarchy may adversely affect local interfaith relations, it takes a town-wide effort to make graduation the event that it is.

• CL&P is ready for summer: Inspections, reduction of outages, electrical demand.

• Divorce workshop assists women with the legal, financial, and personal issues of divorce.

• State Sen. Toni Boucher receives $94,690 in public financing.

• Elissa Grodin releases mystery thriller Death by Hitchcock.

• Contact list invites seniors to sign up for help during townwide emergencies.

• CPR training for children.

• Obituaries: Joyce Cain, 81

• Police Log: Fraud, Pot and alcohol possession, road rage, DUI.

• Wilton schools do not qualify for healthy food certification.

• Wilton High School announces “best of” awards for spring sports season.

• Wilton girls 11/12-year-old softball team defeats Darien and advances to finals.

• Baseball all-stars begin tournament play.

• Warrior rowers produce top finishes at youth championships.

• Wilton High standout Kristen Woods to lead lacrosse camps this summer.

• Katherine Vincent excels in lacrosse for Washington college as freshmen.

• Charity hockey game raises $35,000.

• U.S. World Cup success: Beating Ghana, tying Portugal, and now to face Germany.

• Arts & Leisure: June Gumbel of Waccabuc creates hats to flatter any woman, Musicals at Richter in Danbury opens with ‘Anything Goes,’ The Reel Dad reviews the French film Before the Winter Chill, the 2014 Nissan Pathfinder SL 4x4 is surprising in a good way.

• SummerScapes: Travel, books, scavenger hunts and mini-golf.