In this week's Bulletin

Here are some of the stories and features spoin this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:


Sensible Wilton’s complaints to the State Elections Enforcement Commission are dismissed .
A new gas pipeline project begins .
First Selectman Bill Brennan will not run in November .
Time runs out for kids’ use of medical marijuana in Connecticut .
Family and friends pay tribute to Rick Lyon .
Seniors will say good-bye to Wilton High .
• Unanticipated expenses affect budget bottom line.
Finance board takes another look at its internal financial controls .
Formal approval sought for school renovation project .
Westport Day School wants to move to Wilton .
• Police Log: Construction theft arrest, Pistol without permit , RadioShack robbery , Stolen Ford Explorer, Danbury Road DUIs, Teen chokes another , Found wallet.
HAN Network is live from the Beardsley Zoo Friday .


Wilton Woman’s Club awards schlarships .
• Wilton High adds game design class.
• Board approves new high school culinary course.
Wiltonian awarded for volunteerism .
• Wilton High School seniors receive $500 scholarships.
• Parents’ support group offered by NAMI-CAN.
• Student Briefs: Lafayette College, Marist College, Pomfret School, Sain Anselm College, St. Lawrence University, University of Notre Dame, Wake Forest University.


• Editorial: Here’s to you, Dad.
• Letter: Fairfield County’s air quality is the worst in Northeast.
Letter: Protect restored funding for mental health .
• Letter: Republicans seek selectman candidates.
• Letter: Putting ‘hope in motion’ for cancer cure.
• Letter: Farm to Table event a success for YMCA.
• News Notes: Town gifts, ‘nutmeg’ syrup, crafts for kids .
• Notes from the Board Table: Student engagement.


• Garden club president’s award.
• Historical society meeting and dinner.
• Artists invited to show at Wilton Library.
Couple celebrates 50 years of marriage .
Free ballet camp .
Hindu temple celebrates an extra month .
Free portraits for cancer survivors .


• Hawk Photography celebrates 30th anniversary.
• Turf proposed for Middlebrook field moves forward.
Wilton Jewelers reopens .
• Business update: Blue Buffalo files for IPO , Pitney Bowes names Lila Snyder president of new unit, Wilton Street Fair is July 18.
• Marion Filley's Closing Comments: May.
Joan E. Walter, 82 .
Terrence M. Lallak, 73 .


WHS Girls Lacrosse: State run ends in loss to Darien in Class L finals .
WHS Boys Lacrosse: Rams oust Wilton in semifinals .
• WHS Baseball: Setting goals high before the season, Warriors came through with title.
• WHS Girls Basketball: State champs honored by WNBA Connecticut Sun.
• Hansson wins Corr award.
• Parks and rec summer sports camps.
Little League: Express nips Red Wings to win AA championship .
• Tennis: Doubles Team falls short in State Open finals
• Travel Soccer: Girls Travel under 11, 10, 9; Boys Travel under 12, 11.

Arts & Leisure

• Writer Tina Ugas visits Osbornedale State Park in Derby to find out what is going on there this summer.
• Conscious Cook Robin Glowa pays tribute to the rosy radish, a spring treat.
Reel Dad Mark Schumann saw Jurassic World; not truly a Spielberg film (he was executive producer), but entertaining (if you ignore all the product placement) .
• Test driver Steven Macoy says the Volvo V60 Cross Country is a sturdy and capable sport wagon.

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