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:
• Presbyterians build home for Nicaraguan family.
Woman killed in Route 7 accident.
• Wilton market is “creeping” along.
• Kids get creative in Iron Chef Challenge.
• Chris Murphy will speak to Kiwanis.
• Jim Himes gratified Congress reauthorizes construction funds.
• Pet loss bereavement support group.
• 19 Valeview Road wants to subdivide.
• New legislation includes unfunded mandate.
Gas leak occurs during pipeline work.
• Keep cool now, and when your electric bill comes.
• Stratford High School class of ’47 reunion.
• “Why doesn’t Wilton shop Wilton?”
• Fire station renovations to be evaluated.
• Library Lines: A clean craft, Creepy myths explored, Support group meeting, Can you dig it!, Light-up T-shirts, Technology classes, Summer show concludes, Princess gathering.
Wilton woman booked on SAT theft.
• Visiting nurses earn dementia-care certification.
• New school-related state laws in effect.
• Brennan gives project updates.
• Healy seeks to amend zoning regulations for parking.
• 24% of Wiltonians work out-of-state.
• CPR class will include free wings.
• $2 gas by the end of the year? GasBuddy says it’s possible.
• Free children’s concert.
• Editorials: Homebodies.
• Que sera, sera.
• A view from Glen Hill: Organist’s departure leaves a void.
• Letters to the Editors: Focus on immediate rail upgrades, Vanderslice a solid choice for first selectman, Senior picnic coverage is appreciated.
• NewsNotes: Finance honor, Tomato blight, Impostor employees.
Edith B. Bader, 102.
• Carolyn Elizabeth Miska, 51.
Police Log
• Larceny at Orem’s Diner.
• Wanted woman turns herself in.
• June 3 accident found to be DUI.
• DUI near Wilton High School.
• Fake ID seen behind license.
• Trespass at Merwin Meadows.
• Two-car accident, both drivers injured.
• Temple open house.
• Retrospective show.
• Senior Center News: Services available to seniors, Coming events.
• Bulletin Board.
• Superintendent earns $20K incentive compensation.
• New student registration.
• Events for new students.
• Scores show advances in student achievement.
• Student Briefs: Pomfret School, Roger Williams.
• The Greens at Cannondale offers free respite care for seniors.
• Business Update: Skidmore named Woman of the Year, Bankwell has record second quarter, Winning Applications moves to Wilton Center.
• Real estate sales.
• Wilton Y Wahoos: Holmquist swims to sixth at junior nationals.
• WHS Football: WHS opens with slate of home games.
• Roberts impresses at national figure skating competition.
• Norwalk River Rowing Association: Wilton rowers garner medals.
Arts & Leisure
• Coming up Aug. 15: Festival Cubano at the Ridgefield Playhouse, featuring Chuchito Valdes.
• The Reel Dad Mark Schumann assesses Infinitely Polar Bear, with Mark Ruffalo; Ruffalo’s great, the script needed work.
• Steven Macoy found the Mitsubishi Outlander Sport 2.4 GT AWD to be a mixed bag of good and not-so-good.
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