Tuesday, August 14
A Wilmington on Tuesday afternoon.
Police Lt. Joe Desmond said a call came in at 3:33 p.m. on Tuesday from 29A King Street for a suspected overdose. When officers arrived they found a young female on the ground in front of the house who was, according to Desmond, responsive but “not doing well.”
Joshua Kivlehan, 18, of 29A King Street, was arrested at the scene and charged with possession of Class A drugs for allegedly having heroin at the home.
Wednesday, August 15
The officially got underway on Tuesday when all involved parties to determine what issues will be discussed during the adjudicatory hearing that is tentatively slated for October 25.
On Wednesday, the and provided deadlines for the process. In the report, he said the appealing parties must provide more clarity to their appeal and he also ruled that concerns about the oil under the school fall out of DEP jurisdiction.
Thursday, August 16
On Thursday, Wilmington announced that it became the latest in a growing list of Massachusetts towns to have mosquitoes test positive for West Nile Virus.
Extra sparyings were planned as a result of the positive test, which happened on August 7 in the Dublin Ave. wetlands area.
Friday, August 17
, who will take over for Town Manager Michael Caira when he retires this fall.
“At this point, I can just indicate that I have met with the board, we had a productive meeting, and things are looking good,” said Hull. “I would characterize it that we have a tentative agreement, and we just need to actually review the final document and go from there.”
Saturday, August 18
Police are preparing for the first day of school with their .
Officers will put out the town's electronic sign board near Town Common and put extra patrols near busy walking areas and bus stops.
“We are looking forward to a great school year,” said Lt. Joe Desmond. “As is the case every year, our number one priority is keeping everyone safe.”