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What Were the Most Read Stories on Wilmington Patch This Week?

Take a look at the most read stories on Wilmington Patch from this past week.

A car crashed into Lucci's on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Courtesy.
A car crashed into Lucci's on Wednesday. Photo Credit: Courtesy.

Every Saturday we take a look at the most read stories on Wilmington Patch from the past week. 

Wilmington Police apprehended a cellphone snatcher Thursday after receiving reports a phone had been stolen from a vehicle on Main Street. 

As is the case every year, potholes are cropping up on roads throughout New England. But where are the worst in Wilmington? We asked our readers on Facebook, and here is a round up of some of their answers.

Wilmington Police are using a mobile training center this week to improve their firearms and verbal skills when dealing with hostile situations.

Got Books, headquartered at 40 Fordham Road in Wilmington, confirmed they would be closing after more than a decade in business. The company collects used books from individuals at their home or office and from hundreds of donation containers located throughout New England.

Implant Sciences of Wilmington, a supplier of systems and sensors for homeland security and defense markets, announced Tuesday they would be continuing business with a customer who uses their technology at Los Angeles International Airport.

A car crashed into the storefront of Lucci's Supermarket at 211 Lowell St. in Wilmington Wednesday morning. The cause of the crash was due to road conditions, and no one was cited as a result of the crash.

Wilmington selectmen met with a special member of the Wilmington Police Department at their Jan. 13 meeting--K9 Ridic. Ridic and Officer Eric Palmer showed of Ridic's new ballistics vest

Wilmington selectmen voiced concerns over upcoming electric rate increases at their Monday meeting, citing issues with the timing of the hikes as well as discussing possible alternatives. 

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