Here’s a look at what’s in this week’s Darien Times — the only newspaper and news Web site based in Darien — on newsstands now and in your mailbox by this afternoon.
• Darien Library floods, shutting down temporarily
• McMahon, Murphy come up big in primary, Shays wins Darien
• Board of Ed considers cruise trip for band
• DHS alum helps build, navigate Mars rover
• How much did Obama’s motorcade cost?
• Darien teen arrested in New Canaan for June accident
• Foiled clothing thief gets stuck in recycling bin
• West Nile mosquito found near Darien High School
• Priceless Little League jersey stolen from wall of The Goose restaurant
• Premiere Autosport car show raises money for epilepsy
• Darien school district bus routes for first day of school
• Editorial: Be prepared in case of weather or power disaster
• Letters: Watching Shuffle costs responsible not political, questioning campaign signs at the train station, Atria thanks attendees for Spirit of ’45 event
• Knauf: Disaster preparedness tips
• Cameron: On the fast track? Amtrak’s future in state
• Ann ‘Nancy’ Hunter Keef, Susan Keefe, mother and daughter, former Darien resients
• James J. Rongoe Jr., structural engineer, Knight of Columbus
• William Edward Christie Sr., former Darienite, plumbing and heating contractor
• Walter C. Bates, former Darienite, World War II vet
• Mary K. Balentine, long-time Darien resident
• Former Olympian Packer marks 34th year of soccer camps in town
• Case ace: Matheis IL’s best Rising Freshman
• Flyin’ Lion: McDonough helps Columbia score a first her junior year
• Upper Crust lives up to its reputation but is edged by ML in Minors title game
• Library to screen “Hunger Games”
• Darien Road Race is coming
• Adult reading series ends with cookbook talk, raffle
• DCA to host end of summer concert
• Martial arts in town voted best in country
Arts & Leisure
• Dmitri Wright of Greenwich paints in the American Impresssionist style.
• The Navy Band Northeast will perform at the Levitt Pavilion in Westport on Sunday in free concert.
• Thirteen members of the Connecticut Clay Artists will show their work at the Sherman Jewish Community Center this weekend.
• The Cannon Grange Fair, with old-fashioned agricultural/home arts exhibits/contests, will take place Sunday in Wilton.
• The Reel Dad finds The Bourne Legacy to be a disappointment
• Blues singer Alexis P. Suter, a favorite of B.B. King, will perform in Ridgefield¹s Ballard Park next Tuesday
• Classifieds start on 5B
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