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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


Wilmington Police Patrol Officers Sign New Agreement With Town

WILMINGTON, MA – On Monday night, the Board of Selectmen unanimously approved a new collective bargaining agreement between the town and the Wilmington Police Department’s Patrol Officers (New England Police Benevolent Association, Local 1, Patrolmen’s Union). 237 more words


"Which Evil Is Worse?" Kinder Morgan’s Proposed Pipeline Routes Through Wilmington Appear Problematic

WILMINGTON, MA – Kinder Morgan is trying to build a natural gas pipeline that passes through a portion of Wilmington.  The Selectmen received some good news – and some bad news – about the proposal on Monday night. 355 more words


High School Appeals Cost Town Nearly $1.5 Million, Says Town Manager

WILMINGTON, MA – At last night’s Wilmington Board of Selectmen Meeting, Town Manager Jeff Hull announced that the various citizen appeals relative to the construction of the new Wilmington High School escalated the project’s costs by nearly $1.5 million. 393 more words


Wilmington Farmers Market's Fifth Season Announced; Change In Hours

WILMINGTON, MA — Healthy eaters rejoice!

At last night’s Selectmen’s Meeting, the Board unanimously approved the request of Dana Burnham, President of the Wilmington Farmers Market Association, to conduct the Farmers Market on Sundays, from June 14 to October 11.   210 more words


WCTV Posts Video of WHS Opening Day Ceremony & Wildcat Pride Day; Announces Annual Meeting on 3/18

WILMINGTON, MA — Did you know that Wilmington Community Television televises every Board of Selectmen Meeting, School Committee Meeting, and Annual Town Meeting live on cable (Comcast 22/Verizon 38) and online… 183 more words


LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Former Selectman Urges Voters To Save The Whitefield

Dear Editor:

I would like to thank Ms. Kathleen Remolds and the Wilmington Historical Commission for making their recent presentation to the Wilmington Board of Selectman regarding future use of the Whitefield School. 565 more words