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

• Virginia “Ginny” Rico, Principal at Cider Mill School, has died after a long illness.

• Seventh and eighth graders put on a pancake breakfast for first responders at Trackside Teen Center.

• Visiting Nurse & Hospice of Fairfield County is seeking hospice volunteers.

• Hope Church undertakes a “talent adventure.”

• Wilton Library’s Summer Music and More Concert Series open July 11 at 5. Chance Browne and his band will open the season.

• Katherine Chacon is the new program coordinator/museum educator at the Wilton Historical Society.

• The Wilton Acres subdivision and the Montessori School parking lot expansion, both received approval from the Wilton Planning and Zoning Commission, despite strong opposition from neighbors.

• Ian Harleman memorial concert will be Saturday in the Brubeck Room at Wilton Library.

• Richard “Dick” Chaloux is “retiring” to West Africa as part of the Peace Corps.

• A road race, music, softball, and fireworks are among Wilton’s plans for the Fourth of July.

• The Wilton Social Services Department and the Wilton Senior Center honored volunteers with a luncheon.

• The Wilton High School class of 2013 is urged to set “soulful goals.”

• Read speeches from Valedictorian Paige Wallace, Student Body President Jack Jankowski, and Senior Class President Jake Bazillian, along with comments from Senior Class Officer  Allison Schaefer and Senior Class Vice President David Gumins.

• Where the class of 2013 is going is included, as well as the 2013 academic awards.

• Soundwaters offers sails on Sound.

• Wilton High School graduates David Conway and Brandan Cohn are the co-owners of MyPsych, a mental health software company.

• The Wilton Historical Society welcomed new trustees at its 75th annual meeting.

• Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143) offers a petition to halt the 16% gas tax scheduled to be instituted on July 1.

• A Wilton restaurateur is charged with discharging sewage into a water supply without a permit.

• Next week’s Bulletin publishes on July 3.

• Wilton Youth Services has updated its Crisis Resource Directory. The new edition will be available in July.

• A family will never travel Route 7 the same again as a baby is born in a car.

• The Wilton Farmers’ Market has an official on-site market master.

• Editorial: ‘Keep your face to the sunshine.’

• Letters: Help your child, Graduation volunteers, Post-Grad Party, Steppin’ on UP.

• Cole Porter: Ever young at The Greens.

• Obituary: John Leslie Ferguson II.

• Police Log: Trespassing, stolen trash cans, disorderly conduct, warrant arrest, found wallet, failure to appear, DUI, burglary.

• Student apartments can be dangerous, says Wiltonian Ted Panagiotopoulos. He advises students and parents on what to watch for.

• Wilton 12-year-old Little League All-Star squad won their first game in the Connecticut District 1 tournament.

• Wilton 12U softball team begins tournament play tonight.

• Ted Ottens is named a lacrosse All-American, among the athletic honors for Wilton High School athletes.

• Wilton’s fourth grad boys Blue lacrosse team had a successful trip to Long Island.

• Ring’s End Vipers capture Majors title in extra innings.

Summer Scapes: Flirty fashions, fishing tips and an escape to the Cape.

Arts & Leisure: Wiltonians Kirby Ward and Beverly Ward lead a production of Thoroughly Modern Millie at the Ogunquit Playhouse in Maine, American Roots Music at Caramoor on Saturday, The Gallery at Onatru returns to South Salem, The Reel Dad dubs “I’m So Excited” outrageous; test driver Steven Macoy says the new Nissan Quest is a comfortable people-hauler.