News Nearby: Tewksbury Fire Engines Taken Off The Road

Tewksbury Board of Selectmen (credit: Chris Gambon)
Tewksbury Board of Selectmen (credit: Chris Gambon)


The Tewksbury Board of Selectmen received an update on two fire engines that were taken off the road after failing to pass inspection.

Town Manager Richard Montuori said the most cost effective option for replacing the two engines is the purchase of two trucks previously leased by other communities, one a 2008 model and the other a 2009 model, each costing $330,000. 


Wilmington residents were disappointed to find out that only a few months after opening, the Honey Dew Donuts on Main Street has closed, possibly for good.

Representatives from Honey Dew told Wilmington Patch they hope to reopen a location in Wilmington soon, but that seems to contradict statements made by the former franchisee of the Wilmington Honey Dew location. 


With kindergarten registration looming in mid-January, a rising property tax bill heading to residents and unanswered questions, the Chelmsford School Committee decided on Tuesday to not pursue public full-day kindergarten in the upcoming school year.

The move will keep Chelmsford as one of the 20 towns in the Commonwealth without any full-day public kindergarten. However, additional discussions are expected in the next few weeks as the Committee aims to craft a proposal for upcoming school years.


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