In this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin for July 24, 2014: Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today: \u2022 Miller-Driscoll price tag raised to $43 million. \u2022 Board of Education approves salaries. \u2022 Woodcock nature camps embrace technology. \u2022 Board of Finance shares research into legal settlements. \u2022\u00a0Boucher named Children\u2019s Champion for fourth time. \u2022 Connecticut\u2019s 4th District has fifth greatest income inequality in U.S. \u2022 Re-WireNXT: A student group envisions the future potential for Georgetown\u2019s Gilbert & Bennett site. \u2022 Merwin Meadows: Do you know your lifeguards? \u2022 Connecticut standardized test scores ranked fourth best in the nation. \u2022 Local pianist will perform Ives\u2019 greatest work on Saturday. \u2022 Kimberly and Christopher Bishop welcome their third child, Thomas Cooper. \u2022 Brubeck Brother Quartet to perform in New Haven. \u2022 Superintendent plans on \u2018listening and learning.\u2019 \u2022 Board of Education: Looking to minimize misunderstanding. \u2022 State gives additional $22 million for School Security Grant Program. \u2022 Wilton High School junior Maddi Stow becomes the U.S. Tennis Association\u2019s New England Clay Courts Champion. \u2022 Wilton business owner introduced to Martial Arts Hall of Fame. \u2022 Webster Bank promotes Carol Carver and James Lane. \u2022 James Koulouris joins Savings Bank of Danbury as assistant vice president of mortgage operations. \u2022 Stay at Home BBQ a success. \u2022 Republican Primary to be held Aug. 12. \u2022 Beth DiLerto and Darcy Sledge named two of Commercial Record\u2019s Women of FIRE. \u2022 Connecticut: Small state with a \u2018large agricultural presence.\u2019 \u2022 Historical society\u00a0unveils Colonial-era garden. \u2022 Bridgeport Rescue Mission needs volunteers Saturday. \u2022 Knowledge, skills and abilities helped save a life last week. \u2022 Letter: PGP staff says \u2018Thank you!\u2019, Editorial was spot-on for summer fun. \u2022 Connecticut ranked the 14th most unionized state in the nation. \u2022 Editorial: Seeking help. \u2022 View from Glen Hill: Losing two of our best. \u2022 Lyme Connecticut Wellness Support Group will discuss meditation as a complementary treatment for Lyme disease symptoms. \u2022 From Town Hall: What\u2019s the Yankee Gas timeline? \u2022 Obituaries: John J. Dotson, David John Cole. \u2022 National Alliance on Mental Illness offers support for parents of troubled children. \u2022 Master Robert Z. Olmedo was inducted into the U.S. Martial Arts Hall of Fame. \u2022 Area planning meeting on Thursday, July 24. \u2022 Police Log: Failure to respond, Pot with intent, Drug warrant, SUV at fault, Two DUIs, Restaurant wrangle. \u2022 The Fresh Air Fund seeks more families to give inner-city children a Fresh Air experience this August. \u2022 Congressman Jim Himes votes to extend Highway Trust Fund. \u2022 Junior Legionnaires punch ticket to state tournament. \u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: Soccer. \u2022 Peaking at the right time, Wilton 13s reach state semis. \u2022 Roman-Johnston, Diamond Sports Edge make splash at big summer tournament. \u2022\u00a0Connecticut Open starts Monday at Rolling Hills Country Club. \u2022 Wilton High School Soccer Boosters warm-up camp Aug. 18-21. \u2022\u00a0New Canaan's Helen Post Curry, the great-granddaughter of Ridgefield architect Cass Gilbert, is organizing tours of his iconic Woolworth Building in New York, which has long been closed to the public. \u2022 Danbury Fields Forever, a Beatles-themed festival at the Ives Concert Park in Danbury, will run from noon to 8 p.m., Saturday and Sunday. \u2022 The Reel Dad pays tribute to actor James Garner. \u2022 Gathering of the Vibes opens July 31 at Seaside Park in Bridgeport.