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WILMINGTON - Did you ever feel like you need a degree in electrical engineering to use all the features of your TV? Are you frustrated by the idea of buying a new one because of the complexity of meaningless-to-you specifications? If so, tune in to WCTV's newest program TV Tool Box to take some of the mystery out of it all.
Congressman Moulton visits cutting edge local manufacturing firm
The name sounds historic, The Roman House. You’d think there should be a cornerstone with Roman numerals or some carved graffiti declaring, “Jvlivs Caesar slept here LXXVI B.C.”
Easy strategies that keep more money in your wallet
Wilmington Crusaders & Swordsmen… part 2 …
WILMINGTON - A Medflight helicopter was called and cancelled Monday (8/17/15) night after two cars carrying four people all from Billerica collided head-on on Hopkins Street, near the intersection of Dorchester Street. Wilmington Police report that a car with two men was across the center line when it struck a car with two women headed in the opposite direction.
Looking to Wilmington’s future
Help defeat ALS
Old Intersection Gets Update
If you’re not going back to school
By Larz F. Neilson
TEWKSBURY/WILMINGTON- Don’t miss an outrageously good time, for a good cause, with the 2015 Laughs for Liam Nation fundraiser. A Comedy Show, a fantastic dinner, and live music make the evening much more than just a fun night out, Saturd
WILMINGTON- As reported by the Town Crier last week, the Wilmington school committee and superintendent announced during a special committee meeting that the Roman House has been deemed unfit to continue use as an administrative office. While no decision has been made as to what will become of the Roman House or the administrative offices housed there, the committee is anxious to begin a conversation.
WILMINGTON – In a letter to Matthew Beaton, Secretary to the Executive Office of Energy and Enviromental Affairs, Senator Bruce Tarr expressed overwhelming support of the Yentile Farm Project, otherwise known as 9 Cross Street.
TEWKSBURY/WILMINGTON – Local Heroes, the Wilmington organization that packed and mailed 18,000 care packages to active duty soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan every week for nine years, remains hard at working helping veterans at home. This Sunday marks the 4th Annual Hot Rod’n Car Show at Merrimack Valley Pavilion (MVP) in Tewksbury, with tons of cars, food, and fun for the whole family. The show runs Noon-4 PM.
DRACUT – An emotional night at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) Scoping Session held at Dracut made one thing resoundingly clear. Residents want to stop the pipeline.
WILMINGTON/TEWKSBURY – Residents are up in arms about the recent spate of panhandlers in the town, and rightly so. The young beggars, for the most part, appear to be in their twenties, and have been seen skirting the corners of the Wilmington Plaza on either side holding signs declaring homelessness and hunger with the goal that money will come forth from unsuspecting and sympathetic shoppers.
Budget 2016 - Sales tax holiday passed
On heels of tornado warnings and summer storms
School Committee Agrees it is Time for a Change
Internship takes Sullivan from the Aquarium to the Arctic
Coloring Books Giving Adults Something to Smile About
Team Sweaty Already’s MS Bags and Beers Cornhole Tournament was a huge success this past Saturday.
Northeast Energy Direct pipeline project
Hazard Mitigation Plan meeting
WILMINGTON – Do you think your home is historic? As part of the Wilmington Historical Commission Plaque Program, owners of Wilmington’s historic homes may be provided with a plaque listing the name of the home’s original owner and the building’s original construction date, if known.
A strong memory I have from the time I was seven is of a family vacation and the events of August 15, 1945, the day after World War Two ended.
Make your home harder to break into.
$130K scramble ahead if veto not overridden for Kindergarten grants program
Strong, dynamic Nancy Clark and A Planter’s Seed
Frontman of the Foo Fighters Gives Local Fan a Big Night
BILLERICA – The Shawsheen Valley Regional Vocational -Technical School Committee voted unanimously Monday to enter into negotiations with Timothy Broadrick to replace retiring Superintendent Charlie Lyons. Should negotiations go well, Broadrick will move from his current role as Director of Technical Programs to the Superintendent’s office.
Stole $650,000 to acquire consumer goods
Keeping seniors safe during the hottest days of summer.
WOBURN — Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev will still face state charges in the death of Massachusetts Institute of Technology police officer, and Wilmington native, Sean Collier, even though he is already on death row inside a federal prison, a prosecutor said.
Beacon Hill update
Open Space update
WILMINGTON - Hot off the presses, Chef Michael Fucci, owner of Chef Mike BBQ Sauce (a Farmers Market favorite) will be signing copies of his new cook book “Delicious Attitude” this Sunday, July 19, 2015. For $20, you can be one of the first to pick up a copy of the book, along with a bottle of Chef Mike’s fantastic barbecue sauce.
Take me out to the ballgame...
The building of the Wilmington Memorial Library would make a good novel. The town meeting in 1962 voted to buy the old St. Thomas Church and convert it into a library.