The Wilmington Police would like to extend our deepest sympathies to the family of Officer Sean Collier and our brothers and sisters of the MIT Police Department. Officer Collier protected and served his community, the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Nation as a hero and a patriot. God speed and thank you for your service. We also continue to pray for our brother, Officer Richard Donohue and his colleagues of the Transit Police. We thank you for your dedicated, heroic and loyal service to protect us all. We're pulling for your full recovery.
-The men and women of the Wilmington Police
Residents are advised that effective Monday, April 29, due to construction, Church Street from Route 38 to the Town Common will be open for one-way traffic only, east-bound to Middlesex Avenue. Westbound traffic will be diverted to Middlesex Avenue from the Town Common to Route 38. The traffic impact will be in place Monday through Friday 7AM to 3:30PM.
Construction is expected to take approximately eight weeks and impact Church Street from the Town Common to Adelaide Street. Specific closures and detours for residential feeder streets along Church Street will be adjusted as the construction progresses.
Every effort will be made to minimize disruption, while maintaining safe driving conditions around the construction. Drivers are asked to follow the instructions of the Police Officers along the detour route.
For questions please contact the Water Department at 978-658-4711.
Wilmington Police Department and the DEA sponsor Drug Take Back Initiate
Congratulations to Lt. Daniel Murray and Sgt. David Sugrue for their recent promotions!
Your Wilmington Police Department is an MPAC accredited police department
Site last updated 04/25/2013 12:48
Chief of Police - Michael R. Begonis
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