I totally agree with the editorial regarding Ann Coleman’s Art Gallery.
Wilmington is so close to death someone should start writing its obituary. The businesses that quickly rebuilt and reopened did so with good faith that the locals would continue to support them.
Everyone pulled together after the devastating flood and worked together. Yet soon after the same old issues surfaced. I suffer greatly at my location because the town government is petrified of being sued.
The bullies continue to make life in our town a nightmare. Naively the extra 1% sales tax was approved in our war-torn town, and guess where you all shop? New Hampshire.
I’m so sick of hearing about how Rite Aid and Shaw’s have cheaper prices on beer and wine. Well East Main Street is where everything is happening, so our Historical District is a joke. Remember “Come to Dover before it’s over?”
Well, Wilmington’s tourist slogan seems to be “When you hit the light, go right!” Dover’s booming, people, so stop bickering and help Wilmington recover.
Deb Tortorella, owner of Robinson’s Liquor Store