News Nearby: Tewksbury Police Search for Wendy's Robber
A look at the week's top headlines from Patch towns surrounding Wilmington.
Wilmington residents aren't only interested in what happens in town. So each week we provide you with a look at items that are making headlines in surrounding towns.
Here is a look at the latest News Nearby.
Wendy's Restaurant Robbed, Police Seek Knife-Wielding Suspect
TEWKSBURY--Tewksbury Police are on the hunt for a man who robbed the Wendy's Restaurant on Andover Street Monday afternoon.
According to Tewksbury Police, a man walked into Wendy's at around 4 p.m. on Monday, held a knife to the cashier and demanded money. The report did not indicate how much money he took with him when he fled the restaurant.
Dirty Doodle Coming to Reading
READING--Stoneham resident Kaitlyn Fusco is opening The Dirty Doodle, a new dog boutique and self-wash facility, at 143 Main St., Reading. Stop by for the "projected grand opening" the weekend of Saturday, Nov. 10.
Instead of taking your dog to the groomer, you can bring your dog to the Dirty Doodle and use their equipment to wash and dry your pup. You can make an appointment if you want to secure a spot, but an appointment is not necessary.
The cost for a wash is $16 and that includes use of their tubs, towels, hydraulic tables for blow-drying and a wide variety of shampoos and conditioners. The Dirty Doodle will also offer organic dog foods and treats, dietary supplements, designer collars and leashes, seat belts and other products your furry friends will love.
Liquor License Passed for Joe Fish in North Reading
NORTH READING--Owners of Joe Fish in North Andover Jim Demetri and Jim Dietz went before the selectmen Monday night to have their liquor license approved for the new Joe Fish restaurant that will be located in the old Piccadilly Pub space in North Reading. The liquor license was approved unanimously.