Athlete of the Week: Meet Hannah Drake of Wilmington
Hannah Drake is a track and field coach’s dream. The Wilmington junior can step into virtually any event and score points for her team.
Photos, Preview, Cast List: Wilmington to present ‘Anything Goes’
So say the lyrics of Cole Porter’s 1934 theme song to the hit Broadway show of the same name, “Anything Goes.” And so it will be at Wilmington High School this weekend as students bring the classic musical to life on their stage.
Wilmington schools set makeup days
Wilmington schools will add two teacher training days to the school year in order to make up two snow days.
Wilmington OKs pay for projects
The Wilmington school board approved paying HHSDR Engineers of Sharon for review and design of three projects.
Wilmington unsure about tax hike
The Wilmington school board is not sure if it will raise taxes for the 2014-15 school year. At Monday’s meeting, the board adopted a preliminary budget that keeps the option open.
Former school slated for demolition
The former New Bedford School building on Schoolhouse Road is slated to be demolished. At a recent meeting, the Pulaski supervisors voted unanimously to declare the structure a dangerous building under the township zoning ordinance.
Fugitive apprehended after school lockdowns, search
What allegedly started as an argument over who would drive turned into a jail stay for a Neshannock Township man. Michael David Boros Jr., 26, of 203 W. Clen-Moore Blvd., faces charges of simple assault, harassment, flight to avoid apprehension and disorderly conduct.
Hearing set on school building’s future
A hearing Wednesday will determine the future of an abandoned school building. The Pulaski Township supervisors will meet at 7 p.m. at the municipal building to determine whether the former New Bedford school on Schoolhouse Road violates the township dangerous buildings ordinance.
Wilmington takes personnel actions
The Wilmington school board took some personnel action at this week’s meeting. The board:
Wilmington school administrators get raises
Wilmington Area school administrators have received wage increases of about 2 percent for the current school year. The raises, retroactive to the start of this year, were unanimously approved by the Wilmington Area School Board Monday.
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