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:
• Sandy Dennies, the town’s CFO, will leave in November. More...
• Wilton owns 3% of assault weapons in Fairfield County.
• Four new recruits join the Wilton Fire Department.
• The Cannon Grange fair brings Wilton’s past forward.
• Are you up for dare to scare viewers?
• New card game is a hit with seniors.
• Wolfpit Road work finishes early.
• Public lottery for ballot order.
• Grant will help preserve town records.
• Library Lines: Colorful travels envisioned, Kids and canines, Updating videos and photos, Crafty makers, Author visit, Basic instruction for fun ahead, September programs.
• Senior Center News: Services for seniors, Summer activities, Coming events.
• Lifestyle changes are rewarded.
• Accident closes Cedar Road. More...
• Parent support group meets.
• Weir artist exhibits at Wilton Library.
• IRS warns taxpayers of latest scams, Wilton police see an increase this year.
• Editorials: You don’t write.
• NewsNotes: Apple a day, Sunday hunting.
• A view from Glen Hill: Keeping the kids close to home.
• After winning its first state title, Wilton girls hoop team is named town’s Sports Persons of the Year.
• Despite ending rivalry with Generals, Schneider expects big things for Globetrotters’ 90th year.
• Biathlon on Sept. 7 in South Salem.
• Woman’s club plans a year of wellness.
• Greeting early autumn with Sweets and Sips.
• Nursing agency seeks hospice volunteers.
• Bulletin Board.
• Wiltonian signs up to be positive role model.
• Temporary classroom construction underway.
• Blue Buffalo supports kids.
• Student Briefs: Bates College, Denison University, Roger Williams University, Union College.
• Richard David Hill, 90. More...
• Impaired and speeding.
• Busy week at reservoir.
• Drunk driver hides in bushes. More...
• Drunk driver way over limit.
• Two warrants executed.
• Connecticut catches breaks on electric vehicle purchases.
• Business Update: Morris awarded for excellence in outbound referrals, SCORE offers free email mentoring, Hastings updates.
• Real estate sales.
Arts & Leisure
• The Ridgefield Guild of Artists’ ArtWalk strolling art gallery opens Friday evening and will be on view through Sept. 12.
• Oh, sad news: Ricki and the Flash is not so good, says the Reel Dad Mark Schumann, but it’s not for Meryl Streep’s lack of trying.
• The 2015 Toyota Avalon Hybrid XLE Touring is capacious and comfortable, not to mention thrifty, but it’s not hitting the market at the right time.
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