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:
• The public speaks and it wants turf.
• Cruise Night attracts vehicles of all sorts.
• Tech and kids — when it’s good, when it’s not.
• Summer art show is hometown affair.
• Ambler Farm’s secret garden.
• Exchange student needs a place to call “home.”
• Democrats name new leader.
• Trail construction is on target.
• Redding forecloses on wire mill.
• Informal survey compares tax increases of area towns.
• Comstock story corrections.
• Wiltonian raises $30K for charity.
• The Red Barn liquidation sale.
• Route 106 in Wilton will be named after late war veteran.
• Sensible Wilton fears ‘fatal’ blow to lawsuit.
• Hungry birds need help finding dinner.
• Sex and the City in Wilton.
• Library Lines: Summer book sale and authors, Weir Farm artist, website building, a hunt is on, children’s activities this week, concerts continue, maker classes this week.
• Thursday: HAN Network talks Wilton Street Fair.
• Senior Center News: Services for seniors, coming events.
• Banished boyfriend gets disorderly.
• Woman turns herself in on warrant.
• Wanted man caught after vehicle broke down.
• Underage party broken up.
• Frequent forger caught.
• Come one, come all to the street fair!
• Turf opposition is folly.
• Editorials: Stay or go?
• NewsNotes: Security matters.
• Nursing agency honors its volunteers.
• Students get hands-on STEM experience.
• Cum Laude Society inductees.
• Wiltonian named Silvermine scholar.
• Student Briefs: Colgate University, Ithaca College, Lafayette College, University of New Hampshire, University of St. Andrews, Virginia Military Institute.
• Wilton High 4th quarter high honor roll.
• Golf: Sciarretta wins Connecticut Junior Amateur Championship
• American Legion Baseball: Junior team stays hot.
• Little League: Tourney run ends for Wilton all-stars.
• Girls Lacrosse: Pearsall is two-time All-American.
• YMCA Gymnastics: Y gymnasts nab two firsts at national championships.
• Warrior boys basketball camp next two weeks at Wilton High.
• Maritime Rowing: Furst third at rowing nationals.
• Town gets cycling studio: JoyRide.
• Business Update: Berkshire Hathaway names sales executive of the month, New Trackside program director.
• Real estate sales.
• Closing comments.
Arts & Leisure
• The Seven Deadly Sins is a summer project of the Fairfield/Westchester Museum Alliance; the Aldrich Museum in Ridgefield is interpreting “Sloth.”
• It’s Jazz Festival weekend at Caramoor in Katonah, N.Y.
• The Reel Dad pays tribute to the late Omar Sharif.
• The 2015 GMC Canyon 4WD SLT Crew Short Box that Steven Macoy recently test drove is roomy and comfortable.
Home Monthly
• The scoop on ice cream — Who’s  serving up the coolest, creamiest, dreamiest treats.