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

• Three Wilton teens discuss their experiences as foreign exchange students.

• The Wilton YMCA announces the winners of the annual Distinguished Citizen Awards.

• The Board of Selectmen intends to hold hearing on the topic of Sunday liquor sales. Local merchants have mixed feelings.

• Local art shines at the Summer Show at Wilton Library.

• Ambulance corps elects officials.

• Both political parties in Wilton held their caucuses this month and named nominees for the November election.

• Wilton Rotary dedicates a new bench in honor of Charles V. Jones.

• Planning & Zoning approves a 12-foot pylon sign for Wilton Chevrolet-Buick.

• Wilton High School’s honor roll for the fourth quarter.

• Police: Tickets at Merwin Meadows, Stop & Shop larceny arrest, breach of peace at Swizzles.

• Visiting nurses offer program on palliative care.

• Two-wheelers descend on Wilton; traffic may be affected.

• John McKinney jumps into the governor’s race.

• Obituaries: Isabel Faye Ryan, Ruth F. Benepe.

• The TASC List: Heading south.

• Letters: Action is needed on discrimination and gun control, street fair success, roadside assistance from police and neighbors.

• Editorial: Ready, set, storm!

• Social Security office in Stamford has closed temporarily to walk-in service.

• Filling open space in Cannondale station is not the ‘highest of priorities.’

• Janeen Leppert is one of 40-under-40.

• Musical event honors memory of Timmer Wood.

• Music on the Hill: a choral classic for summer

Education: Arts for Healing, performing arts in schools, parent-teacher relationships don’t have to be us vs. them, after-school activities, child procrastinators, college consultants, whipping up healthy breakfasts, eight ways to save on school expenses.

Arts & Leisure: A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Westmoreland Sanctuary this weekend, Silvermine Arts Center’s new summer shows open Sunday, the big Pequot Library book sale in Southport is this weekend, Caramoor’s Jazz Festival offers a special salute to Charles Mingus, the Reel Dad likes The Way Way Back, Steve Macoy test drives the new Impala and wonders if it can again be the flagship for Chevrolet.