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

• A 12-year-old Weston boy dies in a bicycle accident in Wilton.

• The real estate market appears to be improving.

• An historic desk at the Wilton Historical Society dates back to the 1800’s.

• Muggles can visit Hogwarts at Wilton Library on Aug. 8.

• Wilton police made an arrest in a Seir Hill Road burglary.

• Ryan Tucker made a wish. Make-A-Wish Connecticut helped it come true.

• The 81st Annual Agricultural Fair at Cannon Grange is coming.

• Editorials: Signs of recovery? Thoughts on safety.

• Letters: Salvation Army, senator’s column.

• Rolling Hills sponsors Folds of Honor Challenge

• State Senator Toni Boucher named to committee overseeing school construction.

• A view from Glen Hill: The war no one remembers.

• Wilton ‘powers up’ on Capitol Hill, as its clean energy initiatives are discussed in Washington.

• Father and daughter ride for cancer.

• Microsoft phone scam targets Wilton residents.

• Police: Warrant arrest, stolen wallet, threatening, breach of peace, possession of marijuana, DUI.

• Junior League invites new members.

• Community orchestra auditions.

• State Rep. Gail Lavielle pushes for mandate relief for local schools.

• Annie Larkin is going to India.

• Two students win National Merit Scholarships

• Can ‘froyo’ be too much of a good thing?

• Obituaries: Angela Somma, 39.

• Wilton Continuing Education has a new look for fall.

• Murph’s Turf: Greg Jacobson lands in a trap but chips out for a birdie.

• The Wilton 12U Blue Crush softball team is the winner of the Fairfield County Fastpitch Softball League championship.

• The Wilton Babe Ruth 15U team wins the I-84 Eastern Division title.

• In 10U baseball, Wilton Blue, advances to the semifinals of the Fairfield All-Star tourney.

• Wilton Y Wahoos float away with a state Senior meet sweep.

• Lindsay Knutson and Jayne Maccio helped the U-18 Connecticut FC soccer team win a regional championship.

Arts & Leisure: Fairfield County native Gil Fagiani reads his poetry in Ridgefield, Suzanne Vega closes the Caramoor Summer Music Festival this weekend, the SoNo Arts Celebration kicks off Friday night, Saturday is Railroad Day at the Danbury Railway Museum, the Reel Dad enjoys Prince Avalanche, and Steven Macoy likes the 2013 Nissan Altima 3.5SL.