WILMINGTON - After a record breaking and brutal winter, it’s not surprising to see the potential purchase of additional safety vehicles topping Warrant Articles for Saturday’s Annual Town Meeting. In addition, schools are looking at improvements, and the ever present battle for the Whitefield School, the Ristuccia Arena and Yentile Farm are last but certainly not least.
WILMINGTON – A chilly Saturday brought residents out on the April 25th election to vote for the candidates of their choice.
I destroy homes, tear families apart, take your children, and that’s just the start. I’m more costly than diamonds, more costly than gold, the sorrow I bring is a sight to behold, and if you need me, I’m easily found.
The case for keeping with tradition
Cutting controversial incentive could have local impacts
As the weather improves and gas prices remain somewhat reasonable, planning a road trip might enter your thoughts. If you crave getting beyond the borders of our two little towns, nee the borders of our country, consider a visit to Quebec City and a side trip to Montmorency Falls. While known for its winter carnival and famous ice hotel, the city is a marvelous destination in warmer weather, perfect for families, couples or single travelers. Travel services abound and tourist offices are readily available, staffed with English speaking assistants.
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Served in US Marine Corps during Korean War
At Wilmington Middle School Six day cycle, with seven periods, will offer opportunities for intervenctions, enrichment.
WILMINGTON – At Monday’s Board of Selectmen meeting Chairman Judith O’Connell read aloud the Annual Report highlighting the Board’s work for calendar year 2014. First she compared the recovering national and regional economy and the Town, recognizing that Wilmington “saw several positive indicators of an improving economy.”
When the British marched to Lexington and Concord on the night of April 18, 1775, Wilmington had two groups which marched to the alarm. The town had a militia company with some 78 men, which had fought in the French and Indian Wars. And from that militia were drawn 27 Minute Men, sworn to report within 30 minutes, ready to fight. These Minute Men had an additional ten half-days of training.
Angels for Autism raise money for a cure
Town Election 2015
Local musicians channel their shyness through music.
Marathon bombing jurors see autopsy photos
WILMINGTON – In a recent statement, New Jersey based Synergy Health Centers announced that they have taken over management and operation of Woodbriar of Wilmington as of March 10, 2015.
School Committee prepares response as Governor’s budget could cost Wilmington big bucks
Hits close to home in Tewksbury and Wilmington
By Larz F. Neilson
WILMINGTON - The Yentile Farm Development Committee is inviting residents to a presentation of the 9 Cross Street Recreational Facility design on April 15, 2015 at 7PM at the Wilmington Middle School Auditorium. The presentation is being made in advance of the upcoming Annual Town Meeting, at which approval for funding for the construction is being considered.
WILMINGTON - The Town is announcing details of its public outreach effort for the new Automated Trash & Recycling program. The program is to be implemented this summer for all households receiving residential trash and recycling collection from the Town. The outreach effort will explain, demonstrate, and answer questions about how the new Automated program will work.
WILMINGTON- Students at the Wilmington Middle School may find themselves looking at a completely overhauled schedule if proposed changes are approved. Interim Principal Ralph Olsen and Assistant Principal Terry Sheehan unveiled their plans for a new schedule to parents, with changes ranging from new lunch times to an entirely new class structure.
WILMINGTON - Town Engineer Paul Alunni notified the Board of Selectmen this week that Tennessee Gas Pipeline (TGP) company, a Kinder Morgan subsidiary, has issued a revised route for the high-pressure natural gas transmission line slated to run through Wilmington and neighboring towns.
WILMINGTON – While last Monday’s Board of Selectmen meeting was sparsely attended, it was still fraught with the drama that seems to be the norm these days. George Lingenfelter and Kevin MacDonald both had matters come up in commments, relative to the new high school and a long-hated spite fence.
Introducing Ofc Dunnett on his #firstday
Snow, ice damages historic property
WILMINGTON – Wilmington has recently been approached by the New Jersey-base Where Angels Play Foundation, who reached out to both Wilmington and Somerville to discuss the possibility of naming a playground after Sean Collier, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer gunned down on April 18, 2013, three days after the deadly marathon bombings on April 15, 2013.
WILMINGTON - Middlesex County Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian addressed members and guests of the Wilmington Rotary Club on Wednesday, February 25, providing an overview of the office and re-entry programs for inmates.
WILMINGTON - Last year, three community groups provided a generous donation to the Veterans Hospital in Bedford. The Friends of the Wilmington Library, the town library, and Wilmington High School donated more than 1,600 books, magazines, and DVDs to the veterans. Sue Rooker from Wilmington is a library services volunteer at the hospital.
Winthrop student not arrested
Saturday is 3/14/15 and at 9:26:53, that that morning (and night) will offer a unique opportunity for the date to match pi sequentially. 3.141592653....
Old and historic not necessarily the same thing
You won’t find it on the New York Times best-seller list, but a Wilmington native has published a book dealing with brain injury. It is not a clinical research book or a psychological text. It is Peggy’s Path, the life and stories of a brain-injured person.