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Martin's Pond Will Be Closed On July 22 For Milfoil Treatment

The Town of Wilmington notified residents earlier this week via an email alert and on social media that Martin’s Brook, which is very close to the Wilmington/North Reading line, will be closed on July 22. 367 more words

Government

Parents Of Special Education Students Invited To Free Seminar On Post-High School Transition

WILMINGTON, MA – CLASS, a local organization with an office in Wilmington, works to increase employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.

CLASS is holding its next seminar – a seminar focused on planning a child’s transition to life after high school – on Saturday, May 2, from 8:30am to 1:30pm, at Casica Hall on the campus of Merrimack College (315 Turnpike Street, North Andover). 171 more words

Community

Canes’ sign Merrimack goaltender Tirronen to a one-year deal

The Carolina Hurricanes have signed free-agent goaltender Rasmus Tirronen to a one-year entry-level contract the club announced.

The deal is worth $575,000 at the NHL level and $65,000 in the minors. 106 more words

Carolina Hurricanes

Wilmington Organizers Looking For Businesses To Participate In Merrimack Valley Special Needs Resource Fair

WILMINGTON, MA — Two Wilmington residents, Christine DeAmbrose and Kate O’Malley, are the driving force behind the annual Merrimack Valley Special Needs Resource Fair.  The two are now seeking local businesses which serve people with disabilities to participate in this year’s event. 85 more words

Business

Women's basketball team falls to Merrimack College 68-64

Bobby MartinezSports Writer 

With the loss of senior and co-captain point guard Mariah Hankton due to a serious knee injury she suffered against Adelphi University, the Owls took on Merrimack College (Warriors) in a game the Owls needed to win in order to improve their overall conference record. 231 more words

Sports

Owls make a comeback in second half and beat Merrimack College 92-85

Aaron JohnsonSports Editor 

March was in the air Monday night at the Moore Field House, as the Southern Connecticut State men’s basketball team rallied from 10 points down in the second half to defeat Merrimack College 92-85. 542 more words

Sports

Local student athletes to sign letters of intent

ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10)– Three student athletes from the Christian Brothers Academy will sign letters of intent to play college football at a ceremony on Wednesday. 63 more words

Sports