In this week's Wilton Bulletin

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

• Knitting & canning: Living life with a personal touch.

• The Economic Development Commission described Cannondale as a piece of “magic.” Can the town capitalize on that?

• The Rotary Carnival is coming. There will be more sponsors, less space, same family fun.

• New school resource officer Diane MacLean will be a friendly face.

• Superintendent apologizes for misstatements.

• Sept. 11 ceremony honors those lost in terrorist attacks.

• Warrior Words: Marking milestones.

• Middlebrook gym floor gets a shine.

• Education board adopts revised teacher and administrator evaluation plan.

• Resident calls for fewer barriers and more transparency in the school system.

• Art school offers fall classes through Wilton Continuing Education.

• Parenting workshop stresses values.

• Wilton Historical Society officially opens White Linen and Lace exhibition on Friday, Sept. 12.

• Jazz in the Garden at Weir Farm honors the Brubecks.

• Wilton teacher shows photos and vases in New York.

• Jack Cavanaugh discusses his new book in Stamford.

• Caroline Ambuhl will marry James Laird.

• Visitors spent a day on the farm at Millstone Farm.

• Minks to Sinks readies for in-home consignments.

• Dr. and Mrs. James Aris join Parents’ Council at Washington College.

• Wave Hill is named the “Best Bread” by Connecticut magazine.

• What’s Rolfing? A Wilton native has brought this type of therapy to Yogapata.

• Wilton woman is among the founders of TurningPointCT.org.

• Zion’s Hill Preschool gets a new playground.

• Photographer Pam Rouleau shows there’s more than one way to process an image.

• Art lovers are invited to Take Part in Art this weekend at Weir Farm.

• Obituaries: Dinah Liddell Reilly, Margaret Anne Kern.

• Police Log: Failure to appear, Domestics, Disorderly conduct, Asleep at the wheel, Pot possession, Driving while high, Trespassing.

• Wilton ranks as fourth safest city in state by alarm company.

• Editorial: Vigilance at the wheel.

• Letters: Miller-Driscoll upgrades are sorely needed, Republican seats are open on land use boards.

• Endorsements: DePanfilis serves Wilton district well, Lavielle deserves conservation endorsement, Lavielle is a champion of reason.

• What is a land use board?

• A View from Glen Hill: Scooby Doo re-ups for another season.

• WVAC 911: Suicide prevention connects us all.

• Motorcycles roll up Route 7 Saturday during a Sept. 11 tribute.

• Congressman Jim Himes will join fellow Democrats at barbecue.

• In September: Library cards mean big savings.

• Salvation Army Wilton Unit honors Louise Delany.

• Visiting Nurses offer a support group for caregivers.

• Wilton Board of Assessment Appeals will hear appeals related to motor vehicle assessments.

• Mark Rubinstein releases a follow-up to acclaimed thriller.

• Notes From the Board Table: A shocking and exciting back-to-school time.

• Independent Party endorses Debicella.

• Water rates may increase in Silvermine.

• Breast cancer support group meets Sept. 9.

• What is the File of Life and why is it important?

• On the Campaign Trail: Visconti and Harris will be on the ballot, Pelto will not, Tim Herbst cross-endorsed.

• Wilton High School Hockey: Defending state champs look to rebuild and repeat.

• Wilton High School boys soccer expecting no letup.

• Spencer Brown will again set the pace for Wilton High School’s boys cross country team.

• Wilton High School girls cross country team is looking for newcomers to fill out lineup.

• Wilton’s GU10 White team placed second in Labor Day tournament.

• The U9 Wilton White team finished runner-up at tournament.

• Wilton girls U-11 Blue soccer squad begins its 2014 fall campaign.

• Wilton U-11 Gold team kicked off the season at Fairfield FAST tournament.

Arts & Leisure: The Historical Society of New Canaan opens an art show sponsored by the National Art Museum of Sport, the Reel Dad says Magic in the Moonlight is not one of Woody Allen’s best efforts, the Oyster Festival opens Friday in Norwalk, Jeff Bridges is in Ridgefield with his band on Saturday, the Chevrolet Sonic is a nice subcompact according to test driver Steven Macoy.