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:
• Democrat Deborah McFadden has announced she is running for first selectman.
• Ground is broken for a new section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail in Wilton.
• There will be fireworks and more on July 4.
• Wilton Center got a little more colorful with the loan of a metal sculpture called Konnected.
• CBS Newsman Dave Barrett, who lives in Wilton, just won his third Edward R. Murrow award. His subject? The American flag.
• An only-puppy needs a home.
• New garden adds color to Merwin Meadows.
• Wilton Library’s summer concert series opens with The Blue Sky Band.
• Like old cars? Hot rods? Classics? Check out the Kiwanis Club’s Cruise Night.
• Westport Day School hearing postponed.
• Georgienna M. Young, 81.
• Geraldine A. Hauck, 95.
• Stephen James Cunniff, 83.
• Drug infraction.
• Man lies down in front of truck.
• Intoxicated motorist ends up on lawn.
• Juvenile hit-and-run.
• Erratic driver.
• Wanted woman turns herself in.
• Stop leads to DUI.
• Wiltonian named Kids Court runner-up.
• Board of Education approves policy changes and bylaws.
• Duan goes to Argentina.
• Student Briefs: Boston University, Bryant University, Bucknell University, Clemson University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Wake Forest University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.
• Middlebrook gets new math textbooks.
• A safe Fourth.
• Artificial turf has no place on town property.
• McFadden would be a winner for Wilton.
• Thank you for help after accident.
• Town critics should not be vilified.
• Drivers needed for FISH of Wilton.
• News Notes: Winning ducks.
• Summer reflections from TASC.
• Wi-ACT extends sympathy in Charleston shooting.
• Notes from the Board Table: Progress on renovation and reading.
• Printmaker and sculptor pair up for Freeways.
• Kerry Hand marries Peter Linderoth.
• Library Lines: Summer fun, teens kick off the summer with programs, understanding social security, summer poetry begins, makers welcomed.
• Senior Center News: Medical and health services, summer Corridors, insomnia.
• Georgetown Saloon will reopen.
• Connecticut continues to lag in employment gains.
• Business Update: Rosen named lung association chair, Jeena Choi joins Berkshire Hathaway.
• Legion Baseball, Junior: Post 86 rides pitching to top of Zone 4 baseball standings.
• Legion Baseball, Senior: Greenwich sweeps Wilton.
• Little League: Wilton splits district openers.
• New WHS girls hockey coach Pete Maxfield looks forward to challenge.
• Murph’s Turf: Time to rethink that tournament format.
Arts & Leisure
• Darien artist Jan Dilenschneider will exhibit her paintings in Paris and recently opened a show at the Bellarmine Museum at Fairfield University.
• Me and Earl and the Dying Girl gets the Reel Dad’s top rating; more than a tear-jerker.
• The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible is fine with the top down, a muscle car with limited space, says test driver Steven Macoy.
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