Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:
News
• State may give more money to Miller-Driscoll renovation project.
• Good-bye summer, hello school year.
• Life-long Wiltonian is a life-long “car guy.”
• Beautiful beadwork in a matter of hours.
• Sunflowers shine at Ambler.
• Divorce workshop for women.
• EMT class at Danbury Hospital.
• Local produce at its peak.
• Library Lines: Technology classes begin, Poetry in Motion is 10 years old!, Food enthusiasts’ book group, New 3D printer fun for kids, Lincoln discussed, Women’s wellness, Puzzles.
• Church thief arrested again.
• Wiltonian completes cross-country road trip.
Opinion
• Editorials: See that bus? Slow down!
• Letters to the Editors: Summer doldrums a dangerous time, Why can’t questions be answered directly?, Support for “murderous” practice must end, Heroic action saved lives, Finding a gem in Wilton.
• News Notes: Forget bears, how about a lion?
• Guest Commentary: Back-to-school reminder by Police Chief Robert Crosby.
• From the Firehouse: Natural gas awareness.
Obituaries
• Robert ‘Bob’ K. Abbett, 89.
• Reonilda Zandri, 98.
• Mae Ann Leary, 64.
Police
• Parking lot gathering.
• Intent to sell.
• Accident results in DUI.
• Marijuana infraction.
• Swerving on Danbury Road, DUI.
• Motorcycle fire.
• Lost items found.
Sports
• WHS Football: RJ Romeo, WHS put focus on consistency.
• Tennis: Dylan Koziol reaches national finals of Little Mo tourney.
• Lacrosse: Dartmouth next stop for prep All-American Walker Schneider.
• HAN Network, FCIAC announce broadcasting partnership.
Social
• Senior Center News: Book discussion, When we’re 60, New card game, Coming events.
• Newcomer events coming up.
• Bulletin Board.
• Schalk School of Dance end of summer.
Schools
• Welcome our new Warrior Words columnists!
• Fall programs at Trackside.
Business
• Wilton Deli adds food truck.
• Business Update: Vitiello joins Hoffman Landscapes.
• Real Estate Sales.
Arts & Leisure
• Coming up in September, the New Canaan Historical Society’s ‘House of Cars’ gala is bringing not only some amazing vintage cars into view, but actor/race car driver Patrick Dempsey.
• Straight Outta Compton is much more than a musical biopic; the Reel Dad Mark Schumann gives it his top rating.
• Steven Macoy ranks the 2015 Subaru Outback as a top choice among crossover SUVs.
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