Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:
• A narrow escape highlights a traffic problem.
• The Street Noise Project shines the light on undiscovered artistic talent.
• Wilton Hindu temple celebrates Ratha-Yatra.
• Sidewalk sale brings big smiles.
• Von Kohorn faces two years on child pornography charges.
• Firefighters make lieutenant.
• Norwalk Community College earns federal grant.
• School renovation is on track for budget, construction.
• Motion to dismiss Sensible Wilton’s lawsuit is under deliberation.
• ‘Mini’ dancer shines at competition.
• Library Lines: Puppy time, teens create, short stories getting shorter, shocking stories, final concert in series, ongoing reading programs.
• Bear disassembles bird feeder, helps itself to breakfast.
• Temple adopts groundbreaking prayer book.
• Political candidates to be named.
• Editorial: Eyes on the road.
• Letters: Ignoring stop sign is accident waiting to happen, Effects of artificial turf not fully known, Street fair showed what town has to offer.
• NewsNotes: Native soil, peachy-keen, parent support.
• A view from Glen Hill: The Amish in our midst.
• Commentary: Summer fun at Merwin Meadows.
• Wilton High School 4th quarter honor roll.
• Wilton Eagle Scout creates NRVT video tour.
• Herbs, quilts and rugs revealed.
• Music on the Hill presents Bach.
• Underage party broken up.
• Car has wrong plate.
• License plate lifted.
• Business Update: Almeida joins Berkshire Hathaway, Unemployment rates improve.
• Real estate sales.
• Little League: Wilton 10-under all-stars fall in finals.
• American Legion Baseball: Junior Legion team still alive in state tournament.
• Wilton Running Club qualifies five for nationals.
• Final Warrior boys basketball camp next week at Wilton High.
• Theodore Bikel, former Wiltonian, dies at 91.
• John Frederick Amport, 69.
• Edward L. Wasikowski, 55.
Arts & Leisure
In The Spiritual Child, Lisa Miller, Ph.D., of Weston discusses ways that parents can help their children navigate the transition from childhood to adulthood.
• The Reel Dad says Amy Schumer is going to be a star of the big screen as well.
• The 2015 BMW 228i Convertible is a true driver’s car, says Steven Macoy.
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