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:
   • As the artificial turf application moves forward, what are the pros and cons of these types of fields?
   • Police Officer Eva Zimnoch is promoted to detective.
   • As it nears the half-way mark, the Comstock Community Center renovation is on schedule.
   • Wilton’s fourth Street Fair and Sidewalk Sale is next Saturday.
• Town seeks to dismiss Sensible Wilton lawsuit.
• What’s new at the herb garden at Wilton Historical Society.
• Visiting nurses seek volunteers to assist patients.
• New sidewalks becoming reality.
• All about knee and hip replacements.
• Electric bills go down this month.
• Beehive thrives at Ambler Farm.
• RVNA offers CPR class.
• New law requires first-time DUI offenders to use interlock devices.
• New bike laws in effect.
• Students build car for senior internship.
• Rotary seeks two host families for exchange student.
• Police plan distracted driving crackdown.
• Copperhead snake bites boy at Devils Den.
• S4 Study Skills at Trackside.
• District welcomes new administrative assistant.
• New offerings at preschool.
• Senior Center News: Brookdale Place picnic, insomnia seminar, weekly activities, coming events.
• Town of Wilton summer projects: Wilton train station pedestrian walkway, sidewalk restoration and improvement, natural gas expansion project, road restoration, sculpture program, holiday decorations.
• Editorials: Now or never.
• Letters to the Editors: Fourth of July is a great tradition, Thanks from the Neighborhood Garden, College Creamery thanks customers, Republicans seek candidates.
• NewsNotes: Wilton art on display, Meek mosquitoes, A powerful month, Thorny thoughts.
• A view from Glen Hill: The Confederate flag.
• Ringing at Carnegie Hall.
• Wilton author releases third horror e-book.
• Summer music returns.
• Temple welcomes rabbi.
• Library Lines: Wilton artists featured, teen activities, author talk, library overrun with animals, two adult programs continue, sidewalk sale next weekend.
• Wilton students’ work featured in special art exhibition.
• SPED report highlights strengths, weaknesses.
• Student Briefs: Baylor University, Brunswick School, Colby College, Eastern Connecticut State University, Elon University, Gettysburg College, Greens Farms, Loyola University Maryland, Miami University, Providence College, Quinnipiac University, Sacred Heart University, Stonehill College, Union College, University of Hartford, University of Rhode Island, University of Richmond.
• Wilton dentist awarded Mastership.
• Business Update: JoyRide Wilton to open, Wiltonian named president of North Westchester Boys & Girls Club.
• Real estate sales.
• Little League: Wilton all-star team advances to district elimination round.
• Football: DelliSanti ready for D1 ball after all-state football career.
• Murph’s Turf: WHS best-of awards for spring sports season.
• Maritime Rowing Club: Durst rows to third at nationals.
• Norwalk River Rowing: Spring season yields many medals for NRRA rowers from Wilton.
• Brine Lacrosse all-stars.
• Norah K. Alston, 95.
• Driver hits mailbox and utility pole.
• Ohio man cut off at bar gets DUI.
• DUI driver has BAC of .308.
• Red light runners hold paraphernalia.
• Fireworks result in misdemeanor.
• Red light DUI.
Arts & Leisure
• Jennifer Carter Avgerinos of Redding had a revelation a couple of years ago, which led to her new book, The Yoga of Cleaning.
• The Twice Baked Twins have a suggestion for a colorful and refreshing summer mocktail.
• And the Reel Dad has another summer winner: the documentary The Wolfpack, about a memorable band of brothers.
• The 2015 Acura TLX 2.4L Tech achieves near-luxury with great handling, says test driver Steven Macoy.
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