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5 Notes About Saturday's Town Election -- Huge Name To Host WCTV Election Coverage; Turnout Projection

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are five quick notes regarding the Wilmington Town Election happening this Saturday, April 25.  Polls will be open from 8am to 8pm. 324 more words

Government

NOW PLAYING: Watch 4/7 Candidates Night, 4/8 School Committee & 4/13 Selectmen Online Via WCTV

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television uploaded SIX new videos for on-demand viewing to its website over the past week. Watch them below.

(NOTE: Look for this weekly feature every Wednesday on Wilmington Apple.)

Selectmen

Board of Selectmen Recap: 5 MORE Things That Happened At Monday’s Selectmen’s Meeting

WILMINGTON, MA — Here are five (more) things that happened at Monday night’s Board of Selectmen Meeting.

#1) Chairwoman Judy O’Connell read the Board of Selectmen’s letter to residents that will appear in the Town’s Annual Report.   413 more words

Government

Ownership Change At Rocco's Is Nearly Complete

WILMINGTON, MA — The I’s are being dotted and the T’s are being crossed.  The sale of Wilmington’s iconic Rocco’s Restaurant is nearly complete after last night’s Board of Selectmen Meeting. 257 more words

Business

10 Municipal Meetings Scheduled For Week Of 4/13

According to the Wilmington Town Clerk’s calendar, there are five town board, committee and commission meetings scheduled for the week of Monday, April 13.  All meetings are open to the public. 232 more words

Government

Watch The Wilmington Selectmen Debate Online Here

WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Community Television recently uploaded this week’s Selectmen debate between incumbent Mike Champoux and challenger Kevin MacDonald.  Watch the 45-minute debate below.  Read Wilmington Apple’s debate recap HERE.

Government

School Committee Concerned Over Governor's Proposed Kindergarten Cuts

WILMINGTON, MA – Wilmington School Committee member M.J. Byrnes is asking Wilmington’s State House delegation – Rep. Jim Miceli, Rep. Ken Gordon and Senator Bruce Tarr – to oppose Governor Charlie Baker’s proposed elimination of the kindergarten expansion grant program from next year’s budget. 368 more words

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