NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Police have returned to a home in Northwest Miami-Dade for a second consecutive day to investigate a tip regarding a cold case from the 1980s.Officers were once again spotted excavating behind the residence on Northwest 54th Place and 195th Drive in the Lakes of Acadia community, Tuesday.Investigators said they are following up on a tip about a missing persons case from 1982 but still haven’t specified what they’re looking for.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine will be making a stop in South Florida, Tuesday.The Virginia senator will be holding a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, Tuesday night, at the home of an attorney in Fort Lauderdale.Florida is a swing state, so residents should expect visits from both campaigns in the days leading up to the Nov. 8 election.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
“It just hurt something deep inside you to see this kind of abuse,” Matthews said. “But to see them come out of it, makes it all worthwhile.”The vets are trying to get an infection under control so Pixie has less trouble eating. They may need to insert a feeding tube.It is unclear if the women who dropped her off will be facing any charges.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS GRAPHIC IMAGES. VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISEDA 1-year-old puppy is fighting for her life after she was dropped off at a West Palm Beach animal hospital with her mouth bound shut.Volunteers at Paws 2 Help said two women dropped Pixie off over the weekend, but neither would explain how Pixie wound up with an elastic band wrapped tightly around her mouth. They did say she wouldn’t stop barking before they quickly left.The veterinarians at Paws 2 Help said the next 18 hours for Pixie are critical. “She smelled like rotten meat, so I knew we had dead tissue right there on her face somewhere,” said Dr. Lisa Matthews.Graphic photos show deep cuts around the Yorkie mix’s nose, as well as unkempt and matted fur.“I don’t know who put this around her snout, but somebody did, and they hurt her,” Matthews said.The puppy is slowly showing signs of improvement after only a couple of days at the animal hospital. Recently, Pixie ate for the first time since the band around her mouth was removed.
Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. WESTON, Fla. (WSVN) – Police are searching for three subjects who raided an electronics store in Weston.The trio rushed into Fix Apple Now, located at 2806 Weston Road, around 2:50 a.m. Aug. 20. The trio then exited the store about four minutes later with a bevy of Apple products.The store’s owner watched the burglary unfold in real time and called police.Detectives have released surveillance video of the burglary in the hopes that someone can identify the suspects.One of the suspects can be seen in the video crouching and creeping up to the store, then cracking the glass door open with a hammer. The suspects can be seen taking electronics and iPhone accessories.All three male suspects were described as slender and wearing gloves. One suspect had a head covering, a long sleeve dark-colored shirt with elbow patches and dark-colored pants. The second suspect had on a red New Era baseball cap, a pair of sagging jeans and layers of shirts including a black T-shirt and a blue shirt over a gray long sleeve shirt. The third suspect had on a black shirt, ripped jeans and a red knit cap covering part of his shoulder-length dreads.If you have any information on this crime, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.
PLANTATION, FLA. (WSVN) – The cab of a tractor trailer burst into flames, Tuesday, sending plumes of smoke into the air, and causing a mess on the Florida Turnpike.The truck fire took place on the Turnpike just south of Broward Boulevard in Plantation.Three lanes were blocked while fire crews worked to put out the flames.The lanes have since reopened.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
WESTON, FLA. (WSVN) – – A Cypress Bay High School coach was struck and killed on Interstate 95 in Oakland Park by a driver who sped away, authorities said.According to the Florida Highway Patrol, 27-year-old Carlo Ulysse Jr. was walking along the shoulder of the highway when he was struck by a passing vehicle just south of the Commercial Boulevard exit, early Sunday morning. He was pronounced dead at the scene.Ulysse was recently hired as the assistant football coach at Cypress Bay High School.If you have any information on this hit-and-run, call Broward County Crime Stoppers at 954-493-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $3,000 reward.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
(WSVN) – A technical issue has caused delays for travelers flying on Delta Airlines flights.The company said the glitch is disrupting applications that book flights, board, and check-in passengers, Wednesday.The airline said flights are continuing to depart but at a slower pace than normal, and some flights are delayed.Delta officials said they have apologized to customers for the inconvenience while they work to address the problem.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Meredith president Jack Griffin is tough. He showed up at the FOLIO: Publishing Summit in Miami to deliver his keynote this morning on crutches following emergency surgery on a broken leg he suffered a year ago, having lost his cellphone somewhere between LaGuardia and the Doral. And, like a seasoned prize fighter, he landed some key jabs on the state of the magazine business, through the lens of a Des Moines, Iowa publisher Griffin said was “founded on the social construct of Dad at work, Mom at home, Chevy in the driveway.”The company was “founded on the social construct of Dad at work, Mom at home, Chevy in the driveway.” Which looks nothing like America in 2008, particularly in its ethnic makeup. For a company that publishes “white-bread” magazines, he said, “the change has been quite provocative.”How provocative? Since 2002, they’ve spent roughly $600 million on launches (print and Web) and acquisitions, cobbled together an nice interactive marketing business. And despite some big successes (Griffin said Better Homes and Gardens had its best year ever in 2007), it’s not all grits and gravy. In November, Meredith’s stock price was at $63 per share. Yesterday’s closing price? “Forty-six dollars” he said. SEE RELATED VIDEO Q+A: Griffin at the 2008 FOLIO: Publishing Summit
Forrester Research has acquired JupiterResearch, an online advertising, marketing and technology research firm. The sale price was $23 million in cash plus the assumption of liabilities.The transaction also includes the purchase of JupiterResearch’s parent company, JUPR Holdings, from MCG Capital Corporation. JupiterResearch will join Forrester’s marketing and strategies client group.JupiterResearch has more than 80 staffers and reported 2007 revenue of about $14 million. Forrester, which employs more than 1,000 people, had $212 million in revenue in 2007.JupiterResearch was formerly owned by Alan Meckler’s Jupitermedia Corp. and was sold to MCG Capital in March 2006 for $10.1 million. About a year ago, Jupitermedia purchased Mediabistro.com for $23 million. Forrester was represented by the Jordan, Edmiston Group.
In another cost-cutting effort, BusinessWeek publisher the McGraw-Hill Company today said it eliminated 375 positions company-wide during the fourth quarter. Seventy of those came from its information and media division.The majority of the cuts—215—come from the company’s education division. Fifty employees were cut from its financial services group and 40 were let go from corporate.The cuts represent less than 2 percent of McGraw-Hill’s overall workforce, a spokesperson told FOLIO:. “Our diverse portfolio of businesses and ongoing cost containment efforts have helped lessen the impact of challenging economic conditions in 2008,” McGraw-Hill president and CEO Harold McGraw III said in a statement. “The actions we are announcing today are a continuation of these efforts and will help us continue to manage the company efficiently through a difficult environment while taking all necessary steps to better serve our customer and shareholders.”In its third quarter financial statement, the company said it slashed 270 jobs company-wide—140 coming from the information and media division. In 2008, McGraw-Hill eliminated a total of 1,045 staffers, including 210 from information and media, the company said.As part of the most recent cuts, McGraw-Hill said it will incur a $26.3 million pre-tax restructuring charge in the fourth quarter 2008, consisting mostly of employee severance costs. Total restructuring costs in 2008 related to the workforce reduction are $73.4 million.Through the first nine months, McGraw-Hill’s net income was down 21.7 percent to $683.5 million, compared to the same period in 2007. Revenue was $4.9 billion, down 5.1 percent.
Robin Marino, who serves as co-CEO and oversees merchandising, will take on the added responsibility of media division president and CEO, the company said. Marino is expected to join MSLO’s board of directors.“I am very proud of the contributions I’ve made to MSLO over the past five years, first as a board member and most recently as President of Media and co-CEO,” Millard said in a statement. “We’ve built an agile team and a strong foundation for future growth.”MSLO reported a year-end operating loss of $10.8 million in 2008, compared to a $7.7 million income for 2007. The company’s year-end revenues were $284.3 million, down more than 13 percent from $327.9 million the prior year.Its publishing segment, which includes a books division, reported a $4.5 million operating loss for the fourth quarter 2008, down from a $1.1 million loss during the same period in 2007.MSLO is expected to announce its first quarter 2009 financial results next week. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia today announced a reorganization of its media division. As a result, Wenda Harris Millard is stepping down from her post as co-CEO.MSLO does not have plans to replace Millard or name a new co-CEO, the company said.As part of the reorganization, MSLO founder Martha Stewart will oversee editorial and creative functions while chairman Charles Koppelman will head the company’s media division.
In sales and marketing, Stephen Acunto, account manager with Hearst Men’s Group, and Jackie Ghedine, associate publisher with Ad Age, echoed the comments of Beth Tomkiw, EVP and chief creative officer at what is now TMG/McMurry. Content marketing, they agree, will emerge as a go-to marketing solution in 2013. During the Data, Sales & Audience Monetization track, a heavy emphasis was placed on building a highly engaged community of readers, followers, fans and customers to reach business objectives that support generating revenue and capturing valuable insights. From paid online content models, to generating revenue from Twitter engagement, the track aimed to deliver specific takeaways to help professionals leverage their key asset: their audience.One particularly interesting session was lead by Steve Ennen, president and chief intelligence officer for SocialStrategy1. He contented that magazines are the stagecoaches from yesteryear—an outdated vehicle for spreading information. Ennen argued that publishers must rethink and restructure their businesses at every level. Distribution is no longer about the mailman, he said, but about network effects, sharing, and the fluid channels of social media. “Social media is so powerful it topples governments,” said Ennen. “Why would you think it couldn’t help your media company?”The opportunity, he said, is a proliferation of revenue channels and readers, empowering publishers in ways they still cannot imagine.In the session “Integrated Sales in a Three-Screen Era” in the Media Mashup track, Elena Sukacheva, The Economist’s vice president of strategy and client solutions, noted that her team primarily drives the creative process of building an integrated package. “Agencies give us big ideas, they don’t care what it is. They just want us to make it big and unique,” she said. Accordingly, the team leverages all of The Economist’s brand platforms. A recent campaign for BMW, for example, included print, digital, video and live events—as well as a partnership with Bon Appétit.Later in that session, Cygnus Business Media’s senior vice president of business development Blair Johnson described the company’s new Engagement Report, which leverages detailed analytics to measure the exposure and consumption of each of a client’s messaging elements. The company then carefully trains the sales team to present the report to the client in an effort to help them better steer the campaign to the client’s actual goals. “At the very least, the Engagement report is getting our sales people in the door,” said Johnson. One session in the Content and Brand Marketing track featured Betsy Frank and Barry Martin, who are “research and insights officers” with Time Inc. Their jobs are to figure out how Time Inc. editors can relate better to readers. Explaining one recent research project in which they used biometrics, they took a group of Digital Natives (people under 30 who presumably were born into a digital world) and another group of Digital Immigrants (people over 30 who had to get used to it), gave them glasses with video cameras built in and recorded every type of media they used during their non-working hours.As a consequence of their research, Frank and Martin’s best advice to Time Inc.’s editors about how to engage their Native readers? “Make it quick, make it easy and make it emotional.”It may not be the advice their Immigrant editors want to hear, but it’s what they’re going to have to do if they want to keep their publications alive.Two publishing executives noted that their events programs generate substantial revenue, serve their readers in a way that print and digital publishing can’t, and extend and reinforce their brands.In the conference session titled “Conferences, Meet-ups, Mixers and Summits,” The Atlantic Editor-in-Chief Steve Clemons and Computerworld Vice President and Publisher John Amato agreed that the wide variety of events they hold are all profitable.“In fact, it generates more revenue than anything else we do,” Clemons said, “including the magazine.”For specific keynote session coverage, visit:• MediaNext Show: Thriving in the Age of Transformation• MediaNext: LinkedIn Executive Editor Dan Roth Shares• MediaNext: From Upstart to Powerhouse• MediaNext: Scaling Quality Journalism FOLIO:’s MediaNext event concluded today in New York. With about 1,000 in attendance the show examined all the ways publishers are evolving into true multiplatform media companies. With keynotes from LinkedIn’s Dan Roth, Business Insider’s Henry Blodget, Vox Media’s James Bankoff and Meredith’s Tom Harty, as well as four tracks dedicated to the various strategic channels publishers are leveraging, event content sat right at the intersection of where “traditional” meets digital.Al DiGuido, president of Optimus Publishing, kicked off the Magazine Media Core Skills track with a lesson he learned at his first job as a 13-year-old store clerk in Brooklyn. DiGuido’s store—surrounded by larger, cheaper competitors—would put a Tootsie Roll in the bag of each customer. Donning an apron and doling out candy, DiGuido reminded publishers to offer a unique selling proposition. “Legacy media has not been aggressive enough in modifying value proposition,” he argued.Samir Husni, the director of the Magazine Innovation Center at the University of Mississippi, presented an optimistic view of the industry, despite its tendency toward the negative—“Nobody talks as much as we do about our own demise,” he says. Husni ran through the more than 800 magazine launches of the past year, stopping to highlight several of the more amusing. His point was larger though. Though many were alarmed print been passed by other forms of media, that doesn’t mean it will go away. Print ad revenues bypassed radio in 1935; television bypassed radio in 1955—after playing third-fiddle for more than a half-century, radio is still relevant.
Complex Media, a multimedia network of entertainment, sports and lifestyle properties, has acquired Sole Collector, a consumer sneaker website, iPad monthly and quarterly print magazine. Though Complex Media posted a record 66 million unique visitors and 735 million pageviews in February, with over 30 percent of its traffic generated via social platforms, the company’s CEO says the acquisition fills a gap in the group’s portfolio.“This acquisition checks a lot of boxes for us,” CEO Rich Antoniello tells FOLIO:. “When we go into a category, we don’t participate with one or two sites but we go very deep. We also try to close categories out if we can—whether it’s style, sneakers or music—we want to go as deep and specific as possible. Sole Collector has been around in the sneaker game longer than anyone else has and it’s a name that means so much, both on a qualitative and quantitative basis from an SEO perspective.”Sole Collector was founded 10 years ago by Steve Mullholand, and is based in Portland, Oregon. According to Google Analytics, the site generates 4.4 million unique monthly visitors and has the world’s largest online sneaker forum, with over 385,000 members. Sole Collector offers a sneaker database with over 15,000 listings, publishes the quarterly Sole Collector print magazine and each month publishes Sole magazine on the iPad. Antoniello declined to comment on financial terms of the deal.He says that Mullholand first approached Complex about the acquisition, adding the company plans to pour resources and business intelligence into Sole Collector to foster growth at an accelerated pace. As of right now the staff is expected to be maintained.“They have some very strong numbers but we feel like we can double the size of the site from a reach and engagement perspective, but that’s just a small piece,” says Antoniello. “They’re one of the last sneaker sites out there and one of the most respected—it would take us years to build our own property like this and get to this point.”He adds that Complex.com and Complex Magazine, as well as the company’s more than 90 properties within the group’s portfolio, have always been designed to serve product and style-focused men. In the long-term, he says the company plans to stay very focused on the same demographic and introduce a diversified revenue stream. Antoniello says the company did a soft launch on video initiatives in January and plans to get more aggressive in the space. Additionally, he says that the company will also role out “a fairly significant” e-commerce effort in the fourth quarter of 2013, and plans to include Sole Collector in the process.“They fit very nicely into all of our new initiatives—a pageview isn’t just a pageview when it comes to Sole Collector,” he says. “When you’re that focused on sneakers and you’re disproportionately one of the most respected sites out there, the ability for you to drive conversion at the bottom of the funnel is very large. They’ve never scratched the surface there and we feel we can go very deep for that.”If you’re looking to better understand how your brands can thrive in a converged media landscape, register now for FOLIO: and min’s MediaMashup event on April 16 in New York. Stay updated on the latest FOLIO: news, follow us on Facebook & Twitter!
“We were not actively seeking a sale, but the opportunity presented to us by FT Media Holdings was one that we had to take seriously,” Sandow tells Folio: in an email message. “They will be able to focus exclusively on this group of brands to take their business to the next level of growth.” In addition to the flagship brand and weekly publication Furniture Today, six other publications—including Casual Living, Gifts and Decorative Accessories, Home Accents Today, Home Textiles Today, Kids Today and Playthings—and three annual events were included in the deal.Kevin Castellani, who has led the group since 1993, will transition to FT Media Holdings as president of the group, which will be renamed Progressive Business Media.FT Media Holdings is led by president Matthew Slaine, and the Furniture Today group of brands will remain in their Greensboro, North Carolina headquarter location. SANDOW, publisher of Luxe Interiors + Design, Worth and NewBeauty, among others, announced today that it sold its Furniture Today Media Group to newly-formed FT Media Holdings, LLC.Financial terms were not released. SANDOW’s chairman and CEO Adam Sandow declined to offer any other details on a sale price, but says the group’s profits grew 40 percent since the company bought the Furniture Today assets from Reed Business Information in 2010.The RBI deal also included Interior Design, which SANDOW will keep.
Officials from Lendlease, IHG Army Hotels and Fort Drum on Thursday celebrated the grand opening of a new Candlewood Suites hotel on the post in New York’s North Country. The project, the second mid-sized hotel in the United States constructed using cross-laminated timber, includes 99 all-suite rooms equipped with full-sized kitchens and large work areas, according to Lendlease. Eight of the 13 crew members who worked on the project were local veterans referred through Fort Drum’s Soldiers for Life program. Photo courtesy of Lendlease Dan Cohen AUTHOR
Listen To Alicia Keys’ New Song “Raise A Man” listen-alicia-keys-new-song-raise-man Email News The heartfelt track is the GRAMMY-winner’s first new music in over two years, just in time for Valentine’s DayAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Feb 13, 2019 – 12:14 pm On Feb. 10, a few minutes after finishing up an amazing night of hosting the 61st GRAMMY Awards, Alicia Keys shared a link to her first new song in over two years, “Raise A Man.””Tonight was such a musical night I decided to drop a new vibe & have some fun with y’all!!!” the 15-time GRAMMY winner tweeted. Listen To Alicia Keys’ New Song “Raise A Man” NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Feb 19, 2019 – 2:38 pm Alicia Keys Performs At The 2019 GRAMMY Awards Twitter The 6-minute song opens with a gentle piano solo from Keys, whose lyrics navigate vulnerability and romantic relationships, just in time for Valentine’s Day. Her powerful voice shines through in an understated as her words take the main focus of the slow-burn track.Yesterday she shared another post about the track, asking her fans what the song means to them, along with a behind the scenes clip singing along to the song outside of her dressing room at the GRAMMYs.”The energy I feel is electric. We connected on another level! This song is about real love and the more we love each other, the more we lift each other up. I love the meaning of these lyrics. Dive in… what do they mean to you???” Keys wrote on Instagram. Facebook In the video, shot by her husband—and fellow GRAMMY winner—Swizz Beatz, you can hear his distinctive voice in the background. “GRAMMY zone!” he exclaims. As the 2019 GRAMMYs host Keys truly shined, from bringing Michelle Obama on stage for a powerful moment to tearing up a medley of hits on two pianos at once.You can listen to the whole song below, which is her first release since 2016’s Here. We will have to wait and what else is in store for the talented powerhouse in 2019, and if this song is part of an upcoming album.Relive GRAMMY Week 2019 In PicturesRead more
K.Flay To Offer ‘Solutions’ With New Album & World Tour Facebook News Email “The solution to almost every problem is usually really simple. For me, it’s so basic: staying connected to the people I love,” the singer said in a releaseAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Apr 29, 2019 – 4:03 pm GRAMMY-nominated alt singer/songwriter K.Flay has released a catchy new song, “This Baby Don’t Cry,” along with the announcement that it is part of her forthcoming third studio album, Solutions. In addition to sharing the LP’s release date of July 12, she revealed she’ll be kicking off The Solutions Tour on Sept. 3 in Phoenix.”This Baby Don’t Cry” is the second single she has dropped this year, following “Bad Vibes” last month. Both songs will be on the upcoming album. She co-wrote the latest with Dan Reynolds of Imagine Dragons, who signed her to his Night Street Records label (under Interscope) in 2016.The album will be her second LP released under Reynold’s imprint, following 2017’s Every Where Is Some Where, which earned her two GRAMMY nods at the 60th GRAMMY Awards, including for Best Rock Song for its popular track “Blood In The Cut.”More: K.Flay: How Did She Celebrate Her 2018 GRAMMY Nominations?In a press release, K.Flay explains the creative energy behind her latest project, which followed the three years of touring that she wrapped up late in 2018.”When I got home from tour, I was in a dark place. Eventually, I made a decision to focus on the things that actually make me happy,” she wrote.She elaborated, explaining; “The title Solutions came to me really early in the process. The solution to almost every problem is usually really simple. For me, it’s so basic: staying connected to the people I love, taking care of myself the way I’d want my friends to take care of themselves, and doing things I know are going to make me happy – not what social media or strangers or society tells me. So many of my past records were about problems. Right now I’m in a place where I’m looking for some light. Balance is important.” https://twitter.com/kflay/status/1122864162630033409 Twitter K.Flay To Offer ‘Solutions’ With New Album & Tour kflay-offer-solutions-new-album-world-tour The newly announced tour will have K.Flay bringing her unique sound—and new music—to 19 cities across North America from Sept. 3 to Oct. 12, with stops in Vancouver, Seattle, Chicago, Brooklyn, N.Y. and more. On Oct. 18, she will be crossing the pond for a European leg of the tour, kicking off in Birmingham, U.K. and wrapping up on Nov. 11 in Frankfurt, Germany.In addition to the new headline tour dates, she will also be performing at several music fests this summer, including Reynolds’ LOVELOUD Festival in Utah and Bonnaroo in Utah.Tickets for her tour dates go on sale this Friday, May 3, with fan and album pre-order pre-sales starting tomorrow.Nick Murphy Talks New Album, Touring Again & Taking Rick Rubin’s AdviceRead more
UPDATE #2 (4/11)The MBTA Transit Police Commissioner Richard Sullivan announced Thursday that the decedent’s identity in Saturday’s train death in Wilmington was Michael Murphy. The Transit Police will not be releasing any further information on the incident.The Middlesex District Attorney’s Office released the following statement Thursday:Our office responded to the scene of the fatal train strike that occurred on Saturday, April 6. Upon arrival, investigators located a 60 year old Tewksbury Man who was pronounced dead at the scene. As there is no foul play suspected no additional information will be released by our office.UPDATE #1 (4/6, 8:30pm)The MBTA Transit Police issued the following statement:On April 6, 2019 at approximately 7:30 PM Transit Police officers assigned to the North District received a radio call for a person possibly struck by a Commuter Rail train in Wilmington. Multiple TPD units responded along with Wilmington Fire and EMS. TPD personnel on scene report the following preliminary information: A male, age unknown, while trespassing on the right of way, in the vicinity of 790 Main Street, was struck by an inbound train on the Lowell Line. The male was pronounced deceased as a result of injuries sustained.There was no passengers on board.Transit Police detectives and the Middlesex County District Attorney’s Office is investigating the facts and circumstances surrounding the incident. Foul play is NOT suspected. NO further updates.Original Breaking News ReportAccording to scanner reports, a person was fatally struck by a train behind the U-Haul building on Main Street at approximately 7:30pm tonight. ALS and Medflight were originally requested, but then cancelled.According to MBTA, the portion of the Lowell Line in Wilmington has been temporarily shut down and passengers will be transported via shuttle buses due to police activity in the area.— Update: Passengers on Lowell Train 1312 (7:00 pm inbound) will board a shuttle bus at Wilmington for continued inbound service due to police activity on the right of way.— MBTA Commuter Rail (@MBTA_CR) April 6, 2019—Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedMBTA Adds Extra Late-Night Commuter Rail Trains For This Weekend’s Lowell Folk FestivalIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Board Grapples With Whether To Eliminate 5 Daily Stops At N. Wilmington Commuter Rail StationIn “Government”SELECTMEN NEWS: Town Comes Up With Fix For North Wilmington Commuter Rail StationIn “Government”
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