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  1. Wilmington's Fourth of July to go forward but details still sketchyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Lowell Sun

    Wilmington's Fourth of July celebration will be back next year, but some details are still up in the air. The Fourth of July Committee told selectmen Monday that they're waiting on word from Shriners Auditorium in the next few weeks about whether the town will be able to host its Fun on the Fourth festivities there for the second year in a row.

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  2. Storm drops nearly 3 inchesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Lowell Sun

    Whipple Road was closed in the area of George Brown Street near the Tewksbury and Billerica line Wednesday due to flooding in the area, as nearly 3 inches of rain fell on several local towns in less than 24 hours. A flood watch remained in effect for the Shawsheen River near Wilmington Wednesday night, but the National Weather Service said in the warning that only "very minor flooding" is expected.

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  3. Heavy rains drop nearly 3 inches around regionRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Lowell Sun

    Whipple Road was closed in the area of George Brown Street near the Tewksbury and Billerica line Wednesday due to flooding in the area, as nearly 3 inches of rain fell on several local towns in less than 24 hours. A flood watch remained in effect for the Shawsheen River near Wilmington Wednesday night, but the National Weather Service said in the warning that only "very minor flooding" is expected.

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  4. Tewksbury Habitat for Humanity offers holiday cardsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | Lowell Sun

    For those looking to make their Christmas gifts go a little further this year, look no further than Tewksbury's first Habitat for Humanity build. Tewksbury Habitat Build is hosting two fundraisers this month to raise money for the town's first Habitat for Humanity build, scheduled for construction next year.

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  5. Holiday cards offered in Tewksbury Habitat for Humanity fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 9 | Lowell Sun

    For those looking to make their Christmas gifts go a little further this year, look no further than Tewksbury's first Habitat for Humanity build. Tewksbury Habitat Build is hosting two fundraisers this month to raise money for the town's first Habitat for Humanity build, scheduled for construction next year.

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  6. Saturday Chat - Driving debate on plans for Route 38Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Dec 6 | Lowell Sun

    I'm a city guy, always have been, probably always will be. So I'm at a huge disadvantage when I write about a suburban community.

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  7. Wilmington Town Meeting OKs $2.25M toward rinkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 5 | Lowell Sun

    Voters overwhelmingly supported a Special Town Meeting initiative to attempt to purchase the Elinor M. Ristuccia Memorial Arena Thursday, a move that officials and residents alike say would return priority at the rink to Wilmington residents who claim they've been shunned over the years. Residents passed three articles to allow for the purchase of the rink: one that authorized $2.25 million for the purchase, one to set up an enterprise fund to run the rink and a third to authorize the town manager to execute contracts and leases for the management of the rink.

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  8. Wilmington OKs moving foward on ice-rink purchaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Lowell Sun

    Voters overwhelmingly supported a Special Town Meeting initiative to attempt to purchase the EIinor M. Ristuccia Memorial Arena Thursday, a move that officials and residents alike say would return priority at the rink to Wilmington residents who claim they've been shunted over the years. Residents passed three articles to allow for the purchase of the rink: one which authorized $2.25 million for the purchase, one to set up an enterprise fund to run the rink and a third to authorize the town manager to execute contracts and leases for the management of the rink.

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  9. Concrete-plant hearing continued in WilmingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 4 | Lowell Sun

    Representatives for Tresca Brothers Concrete returned to the Planning Board Tuesday night to address some traffic issues brought up at an earlier meeting in regards to a satellite concrete plant they are proposing to build on a plot of land on Eames Street. A crowd of about 40 people, which included state Rep. Jim Miceli, D-Wilmington, attended the meeting, held at the Town Offices on Glen Road.

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  10. Report: Rigaku moves office from Burlington to WilmingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 3 | Lowell Sun

    Rigaku Corp., a maker of X-ray technologies, recently relocated an office from New England Executive Park in Burlington to Upton Technology Park in Wilmington, according to Banker & Tradesman. Rigaku leased 15,000 square feet of flex space at 30 Upton Drive, according to the newspaper, adding that's three times the space it used in Burlington.

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  11. Hearing on concrete-plant proposal continued in WilmingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Lowell Sun

    Representatives for Tresca Brothers Concrete returned to the Planning Board Tuesday night to address some traffic issues brought up at an earlier meeting in regards to a satellite concrete plant they are proposing to build on a plot of land on Eames Street. A crowd of roughly 40 people, which included state Rep. Jim Miceli, D-Wilmington, attended the meeting, held at the Town Offices on Glen Road.

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  12. Holiday event to benefit local familiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Lowell Sun

    This weekend, the nonprofit organization We're One Wilmington , will hold its fourth annual Festival of Trees on Saturday, Dec. 6, 9 a.m.-9 p.m., and Sunday, Dec. 7, 9 a.m.-3 p.m., at Villanova Hall, 126 Middlesex Ave. Admission is free and open to the public. Enjoy beautifully decorated trees while listening to holiday music performed by Strings Attached, Wilmington Band Woodwind Ensemble, pianist Ben Packer and more.

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  13. Possible new pipeline route discussed in WilmingtonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 2 | Lowell Sun

    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners may be considering pushing its proposed natural-gas pipeline north into New Hampshire, but even if that change is made, residents in Dracut, Tewksbury and Wilmington would likely still be affected along a proposed lateral line to the main pipe. Residents in Wilmington and surrounding towns began mobilizing against the proposal Monday night in a meeting of about 30 homeowners run by pipeline opponents at the Wilmington Public Library.

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  14. Pipeline opponents in Wilmington discuss possible new routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 1 | Lowell Sun

    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners may be considering pushing its proposed natural-gas pipeline north into New Hampshire, but even if that change is made, residents in Dracut, Tewksbury and Wilmington would likely still be affected along a proposed lateral line to the main pipe. Residents in Wilmington and surrounding towns began mobilizing against the proposal Monday night in a meeting of about 30 homeowners run by pipeline opponents at the Wilmington Public Library.

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  15. Dunham, O'Brien star in snow at CHS raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | Lowell Sun

    Running in six inches of snow didn't prevent the Chelmsford High School 18th annual Alumni Race from being held Friday. Dave Dunham was first in 23 minutes, 26 seconds, the same time posted by Keith O'Brien over the 3.2 mile course.

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  16. Wilmington man killed in Peabody job accidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Nov 29 | Lowell Sun

    Joshua Black was run over by a front-end loader that backed onto him as he was doing work on a drainage system at Allied Waste Services shortly before 11:30 a.m. Lt. Arthur Yeo of the Peabody Police Department said Black had opened up a manhole cover to do the work and that his attention had likely been drawn toward the ground.

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  17. Wildcats make Redmen work for winRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | Lowell Sun

    Scoring three touchdowns and chalking up 219 total yards of offense in the first quarter, it appeared Tewksbury High would win a laugher. Instead, Wilmington stormed back several times to make the 81st meeting between the teams a gritty battle until the end.

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  18. U.S. Rep.-elect Moulton's sights set on Armed Services panelRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Nov 28 | Lowell Sun

    "I think we need the perspective of combat veterans on that committee, and we have a bigger defense industry in the 6th than any other district in the state, so it's important for the district," Moulton, a U.S. Marines veteran who served four tours in the Iraq War, told The Sun Tuesday. Fresh off his weeklong orientation for freshmen congressmen in Washington, D.C., Moulton said Armed Services is his top choice for a committee assignment.

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  19. Pipeline opponents criticize N.H. routeRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Nov 26 | Lowell Sun

    Kinder Morgan Energy Partners may be close to making a New Hampshire route the preferred path for its proposed natural-gas pipeline, but some residents in Greater Lowell would still be affected by the new route. The new path, which Kinder Morgan representative Richard Wheatley said Monday was "emerging as a preferred alternative route" to the one originally proposed through Massachusetts, would affect residents of Pelham and Dracut, where the pipeline path ends.

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  20. Tackled short of their targetRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Nov 23 | Lowell Sun

    But not even four minutes into the Division 3 state semifinal at Cawley Stadium on Saturday, momentum was already playing devious tricks on reigning state champion Tewksbury. On the game's opening drive, Tewksbury vigorously marched 70 yards to a first down at the Melrose 1-yard line.

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