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:

• 3D printing at Wilton Library makes day dreams a plastic reality.

• The Wilton Historical Society seeks a sign fix.

• Bella & Co.: Isabelle Bell closes store to ponder next journey.

• The Board of Finance sends its educational advisement letter for legal review.

• Kurt Nesteruk is the new learning center manager at College Nannies + Tutors.

• Town status report shows good revenues, slow expenditures.

• Late artist and long-time Wilton resident Maria Jarreau Heller’s children donate one of her many works to Wilton Library.

• High schooler Hannah Nossan led Shabbat service at The Greens.

• 50th reunion for Wilton High School Class of 1964.

• New law promotes awareness of sudden cardiac arrest in children.

• Malloy signs bill allowing epinephrine administration at public schools.

• Amanda Lawlor earns degree in osteopathic medicine.

• Wilton Pizza offers free jazz concerts three nights a week.

• Do you know your Merwin Meadows lifeguards?: Andrea Prospect.

• Wilton Library holds drawing for Giants vs. Patriots pre-season game tickets.

• Wilton Girl Scout helps save endangered sea turtles.

• Senator Toni Boucher says commuters need a branch line advocate.

• Founder of Wilton company is charged with defrauding investors — many of them military veterans — out of $175,000.

• Gov. Malloy will help launch gas pipeline.

• Editorial: A town treasure.

• Letter: Where are the energy-saving numbers?

• Nobody Told Me That — August primary.

• Wilton Fire Department: Stay safe while grilling.

• Nutmeggers affected by new virus.

• Where does the term “muggy” come from?

• Notes from the Board Table: Aligning key operations with district’s mission.

• Connecticut ranked third-most energy-expensive state.

• Obituaries: Jill G. Travell, Pamela Buxton Cole.

• SCORE Fairfield County will present “How to Start a Cleaning Business” workshop on Aug. 9.

• State Rep. Gail Lavielle achieves 100% voting record for the fourth consecutive year.

• Women’s Institute for Financial Education offers divorce workshop in Fairfield County.

• Wilton pot company excels at WeedStock.

• Police Log: Dog wash, Reckless driving, Following too close, Domestic, Stolen credit cards, Probation violation, Warrant.

• Former Wiltonian Emma Frisch is eliminated from Food Network Star.

• Murph’s Turf: Is being a sports fan time misspent?

• Wilton Babe Ruth Baseball 13 U advances in league tourney behind three-hitter by Phillips.

• Wilton Post 86 Junior American Legion sweeps three playoff games.

• Wahoos hold early lead at nationals.

• State Open leader board crowded as tourney heads into home stretch.

• Wahoos win senior state championships.

• Natalie Smith and Andrew Sakamoto receive Arthur J. Wall Jr. Scholarship awards.

• Wilton High School Boosters warm-up camp Aug. 18-21.

Education: Tutoring, music education and profiles on area private schools.

Arts & Leisure: Redding lepidopterist Victor DeMasi will lead a butterfly walk in the Norwalk River Watershed Saturday morning at 10, the Reel Dad says the new film Boyhood is a remarkable journey, new shows open at Silvermine Arts Center in New Canaan this weekend, the redesigned 2015 Chevrolet Tahoe 4WD LT offers better gas mileage and a smoother, quieter ride.