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

• The Wilton Board of Selectmen is voting to authorize the purchase of an easement on 34 acres.

• A new playing surface and lights have been proposed for Middlebrook School.

• The Wilton Police Department has outgrown its building.

• Senior Community Day will offer lots of information for senior adults.

• Meet Dr. Jennifer Mitchell, the new principal at Cider Mill School.

• In Warrior Words, Nicole Berg addresses the beginning of the end.

• A grant supports the Norwalk River Valley Trail.

• Andy Lee will help tune into emotions through meditation.

• Thousands of bikers will pass through Wilton on Sunday.

• The annual 9/11 remembrance will be at Wilton Fire Headquarters.

• A Police DUI checkpoint will be set up over the weekend.

• Democrats plan their fall barbecue.

• Butterflies will provide Healing Wings of Hope.

• Enzo the police dog leads officers to an injured woman.

• Editorial: Schools and parents.

• Letters: Prayer service.

• The TASC List: A Connecticut turnaround is not unrealistic.

• There are fewer deer, but still too many.

• Wilton artist David Dunlop will discuss the topic of art and sex in Ridgefield.

• Kiwanis golf tournament supports students and nurses.

• A program reviews the social cost of memory loss.

• Coffee Story is all about the coffee — and then some.

• Wilton Continuing Education courses target business.

• Obituary: Melissa Ann (Flint) Cappella.

• Police log: Warrant arrest, ‘Hasty’ theft, Route 7 accident, CVS larceny.

• The Wilton High School field hockey team is aiming for a third consecutive state championship.

• It was a jamboree at Wilton High School as 10 football teams gathered for controlled scrimmages.

• The Wilton girls swimming team will dive in looking for success.

• The boys soccer team lost 18 players from last year’s squad. Growing pains are expected.

• They’ll hit the ground running on the cross country team, looking to defend state titles.

• A new coach has joined the Wilton Wahoos.

• ‘The Jake’ golf tournament will be held on Sept. 25.

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