Here are some of the stories and features in this week\u2019s Wilton Bulletin, in mailboxes and on newsstands today:News:\u2022 Democrat Deborah McFadden has announced she is running for first selectman.\u2022 Ground is broken for a new section of the Norwalk River Valley Trail in Wilton.\u2022 There will be fireworks and more on July 4.\u2022 Wilton Center got a little more colorful with the loan of a metal sculpture called Konnected.\u2022 CBS Newsman Dave Barrett, who lives in Wilton, just won his third Edward R. Murrow award. His subject? The American flag.\u2022 An only-puppy needs a home.\u2022 New garden adds color to Merwin Meadows.\u2022 Wilton Library\u2019s summer concert series opens with The Blue Sky Band.\u2022 Like old cars? Hot rods? Classics? Check out the Kiwanis Club\u2019s Cruise Night.\u2022 Westport Day School hearing postponed.Obituaries:\u2022 Georgienna M. Young, 81.\u2022 Geraldine A. Hauck, 95.\u2022 Stephen James Cunniff, 83.Police:\u2022 Drug infraction.\u2022 Man lies down in front of truck.\u2022 Intoxicated motorist ends up on lawn.\u2022 Juvenile hit-and-run.\u2022 Erratic driver.\u2022 Wanted woman turns herself in.\u2022 Stop leads to DUI.Schools:\u2022 Wiltonian named Kids Court runner-up.\u2022 Board of Education approves policy changes and bylaws.\u2022 Duan goes to Argentina.\u2022 Student Briefs: Boston University, Bryant University, Bucknell University, Clemson University, Georgia Institute of Technology, Wake Forest University, Worcester Polytechnic Institute.\u2022 Middlebrook gets new math textbooks.Opinion:\u2022 A safe Fourth.\u2022 Artificial turf has no place on town property.\u2022 McFadden would be a winner for Wilton.\u2022 Thank you for help after accident.\u2022 Town critics should not be vilified.\u2022 Drivers needed for FISH of Wilton.\u2022 News Notes: Winning ducks.\u2022 Summer reflections from TASC.\u2022 Wi-ACT extends sympathy in Charleston shooting.\u2022 Notes from the Board Table: Progress on renovation and reading.Social:\u2022 Printmaker and sculptor pair up for Freeways.\u2022 Kerry Hand marries Peter Linderoth.\u2022 Library Lines: Summer fun, teens kick off the summer with programs, understanding social security, summer poetry begins, makers welcomed.\u2022 Senior Center News: Medical and health services, summer Corridors, insomnia.Business:\u2022 Georgetown Saloon will reopen.\u2022 Connecticut continues to lag in employment gains.\u2022 Business Update: Rosen named lung association chair, Jeena Choi joins Berkshire Hathaway.Sports:\u2022 Legion Baseball, Junior: Post 86 rides pitching to top of Zone 4 baseball standings.\u2022 Legion Baseball, Senior: Greenwich sweeps Wilton.\u2022 Little League: Wilton splits district openers.\u2022 New WHS girls hockey coach Pete Maxfield looks forward to challenge.\u2022 Murph\u2019s Turf: Time to rethink that tournament format.Arts & Leisure\u2022 Darien artist Jan Dilenschneider will exhibit her paintings in Paris and recently opened a show at the Bellarmine Museum at Fairfield University.\u2022 Me and Earl and the Dying Girl gets the Reel Dad\u2019s top rating; more than a tear-jerker.\u2022 The 2015 Chevrolet Camaro SS convertible is fine with the top down, a muscle car with limited space, says test driver Steven Macoy.The Wilton Bulletin is on Facebook \u2014 become one of our 1,210 friends and get news updates at facebook.com\/wiltonbulletin.2,967 people have signed up for Wilton Bulletin news bulletins via Twitter. You can, too, by stopping by twitter.com\/wiltonbulletin.