Here are five pieces of information designed get your Wednesday off to a fast start.
1. Snow again!? Don't worry, it's only a 30 percent chance of snow after midnight tonight, according to the National Weather Service, and there should be little or no snow accumulation expected. Otherwise, today will be sunny with a high near 41. Tonight, mostly cloudy with a low around 24.
2. Editor on hiatus. Your new news editor Bill Gilman is on a brief hiatus. In the meantime, send your emails to Wilmington@Patch.com and we'll try to get to everything as best we can.
3. Teen Chocolate-Covered Workshop. Pretzels, cookies, fruit, cake … is there anything that doesn’t taste better covered in chocolate? Experiment with melted chocolate, caramel, crushed candies, and more and make your own gourmet Valentine treats at this event today at the Wilmington Memorial Library at 3 p.m.
4. Charles McNeil pleads guilty. In case you missed it yesterday, Charles McNeil pleaded guilty on Tuesday to two charges in the death of fellow Wilmington resident Kim Forte, who he struck and killed with his car two years ago.
5. Wilmington High School principal leaving. Also in case you missed it, Dr. Michael Harvey, Hamilton-Wenham schools superintendent, announced Monday afternoon that current WHS principal Eric Tracy will become the Hamlilton-Wenham High School’s permanent principal starting July 1.