This week was not only full of some great new programming, but such a great variety of shows. We filmed everything from fall foliage to early voting, check out what is now online and all three channels.
School Committee Interview
School Committee members came to WCTV's studio on Thursday to talk about the Wilmington Public Schools Superintendent resignation, the naming of an interim replacement and the search for a permanent superintendent.
Special School Committee Meeting
On Wednesday - the School Committee held a Special Meeting in their search for an interim Superintenden. The Committee interviewed Joe Connelly and Mike LaCava for the position before deciding to offer the interim position to former Superintendent Joanne Benton.
It’s a “Where’s Wilmington?” double feature for you. This week Lisa Kapala celebrated her 100th episode of “Where’s Wilmington?” Lisa walks you through how the show has changed over the years, but also has held true to its original goal of bringing you the stories of Wilmington's interesting people and organizations. In the 101st episode, Wilmington's Harnden Tavern & The Minutemen talk to Lisa about holding their annual Harvest Festival on October 30th.
Silver Lake Foliage
Last week we took video footage of the foliage at the Town Common and Rotary Park. This week we went to Silver Lake to see how beautiful the leaves reflected off the lake. We still want to see your photos/videos of foliage around your neighborhood or backyard, so that we can put them on the station. Send all your photos to either our email email@example.com, Facebook message them to us, or tweet them to @Wilmington_TV. Good luck!!! Can't wait to see what you send!!!
For the first time, this Election will include Early Voting in Massachusetts. Town Clerk Sharon George explains how it works and when you can vote... days or even weeks ahead of Election Day.
November Ballot Explainer
Sharon George also discussed what the ballot looks like, from candidates to questions:
Just in time for Halloween: A presentation on paranormal, cryptozoological and out of the ordinary occurrences in the state of Massachusetts. Sarah Hodge-Wetherbe presented "Mysterious Massachusetts" at the Wilmington Memorial Library.