WILMINGTON – At some point this season, the Wilmington High Boys Hockey team will put three solid periods together and play a complete game for coach Steve Scanlon, perhaps as soon as Wednesday night when they take on arch rival Tewksbury. But until that time, the Wildcats are proving to be a source of frustration for Scanlon, showing immense moments of promise at times, while making some uncharacteristic mistakes at other times.
WILMINGTON – Although it happened a little later than they had hoped or expected, the Wilmington High School girls' hockey team picked up its first win of the season on Monday afternoon, beating St. Joe's Prep, 6-0, in a non-league game played at the Ristuccia Arena.
NASHUA, NH — After placing in the top five as a team in back to back tournaments over the past few weeks, the Wilmington High Wrestling team looked to continue their success this past weekend, competing in the Paul Bellavance Hall of Fame Wrestling Tournament at Nashua North High School in Nashua, New Hampshire.
WILMINGTON — As of this week, there are currently five Wilmington residents who have pulled papers for the annual town election coming up in April. These are Mary Jane Byrnes, Jonathan Eaton, Robert G. Peterson Jr., James Gillis, and Robert C. DiPasquale.
WILMINGTON — A growing group of Wilmington residents have been connecting online and at monthly in-person meetings to foster greater community engagement on social issues both local and global relating to diversity since May 2017. The group is titled Wilmington for Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion and members have been using a Facebook group open to all residents to invite community members to participate in dialogue and action on timely social issues.
WOBURN – Year after year the Woburn Wrestling Tournament brings together some of the top teams and top wrestlers in the state of Massachusetts and this past weekend’s tournament was no exception, with many talented wrestlers competing for top honors.
TEWKSBURY – The last time someone not named Leo “Doc” DiRocco coached the Tewksbury Memorial High School Girls Softball team, Brittney Kannan-Souza was in diapers.
A number of years ago as a public health employee, I was involved in a hepatitis A outbreak. It involved a divorced couple who were living some 250 miles apart and exchanging children in a city halfway between. Seems dad had been ill and had given it to the children, who in turn gave it to mom.
In the book of Genesis, God says “Let there be light.” In Omaha, Kaneko says “Let there be ‘light.’”
There is virtually no difference in opioid-related deaths in Medicaid expansion states versus nonexpansion states. Wisconsin, a nonexpansion state, has one of the more severeepidemics. If Medicaid expansion was fueling opioid addiction, neither of these things should be true.
Imagine watching a stage production with unparalleled vocals and explosive energy. Imagine classic songs completely reinvented. Imagine an evening full of show tunes presented with a contemporary flare. Great! Because there is no need to imagine. Just come see The Broadway Boys at the Reif Center, Saturday, Jan. 27 at 7:30 p.m.
Taylor Gadbois was never one for self-promotion or reveling in personal accolades, but the best athlete to come out of Maryville High School never needed that because whenever somebody saw her take the field or the court, the skills were obvious.
MIDDLETON — After a week completing final exams in the classroom, the Sun Prairie boys basketball team anticipated another test on the court Friday night from Big Eight Conference rival Middleton.
CONDORSTOWN, Calif. - Camisas de juego de Star Wars de los Condors serán usadas por primera vez el sábado 27 de enero.
Nancy Buchanan, 53, came to Seattle from Eugene for the 2018 Women's March with 140 pussyhats that she and her daughter made.
John Douglas Ewing
Anita Elaine "Laney" Birney, 77, of Marydel, DE, and North East, MD, passed away Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at John's Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MD.
MADISON - The Wisconsin Arts Board (WAB) will have a series of town meetings in 12 cities, including Ashland on Tuesday, Jan. 23.
Could the Seahawks turn to Ring of Honor member Jim Zorn if they decide to make a change at quarterbacks coach?
SIOUX CITY | You can tell a lot about a pizza by its dough.
Gov. Ralph Northam (Democrat)
After saying he was open to decriminalization of marijuana, the state GOP's powerful Senate leader disappointed reform advocates by filing a bill that stops short.
Leaders of the Sacramento-based “We Said Enough” campaign are introducing an app to help victims of sexual harassment report workplace abuse across the nation, no matter their location or industry.
Jacob and Stacy Gardner of Hendersonville announce the engagement of their daughter, Micheala Ainsley Gardner to John Wyatt Pentecost.
A 53-year-old Amelia County man is dead following a Saturday morning crash involving a motorcycle and an SUV.
Jonathon Falko’s big night helped lead Cecil College past CCBC-Dundalk 74-65 in Maryland JUCO men’s basketball action on Wednesday.
ELKTON — Town commissioners, backed by the planning commission, are likely to pass an ordinance that clarifies the differences between counseling services, clinics and physicians — and where they can open for business in town.
Illinois' expanded teacher reciprocity law is barely a year old, and there's already a plan to expand it.
ELKO -- Cowboy artists from around the world have long been fascinated with the work of legendary saddlemaker and silversmith G.S. Garcia.
ST. MICHAELS — Frank Deak of St. Michaels, Md., passed away on Friday, Jan. 19, 2018. He was 62. A full obituary will appear in a later edition of The Star Democrat. Services entrusted to the Framptom Funeral Home, Ostrowski Chapel, St. Michaels, Md.
On Saturday afternoon at the Siegel Center, the energy was palpable — from the band to the spectators in the seats to VCU’s players on the floor. The Rams craved a needed win, after dropping two straight, and they got it, 87-63 over visiting George Washington.
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CALDWELL — With the new spring semester just a week away, The College of Idaho is almost ready to welcome students into the new Cruzen-Murray Library.