Members will also weigh in on funding for renovations and an addition to the building located at 117 Main St. that currently functions as the town’s Public Safety Building, but would be used going forward solely by the Norfolk Fire Department
The event will feature a variety of events at several locations around town.
The Weston School Committee voted Monday to appoint Milford Superintendent of Schools Dr. Robert A. Tremblay as the new leader of the Weston school system.
The maximum amount of fuel assistance per eligible resident is $1,000; funds are limited and are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
The Brookline Board of Selectmen and School Committee are hosting an “open house” information session on Thursday, Nov. 12, from 7 to 9 a.m., for residents to hear more about the process to consider sites for a possible new school.
If approved, the bylaw changes would create two new categories of tobacco sale violations: sales to a minor and point-of-sale or signage violations.
The college already leases two floors of the building at 17 East Central St. to house 75 students and one residence director.
The funds will go toward programs in in Needham, Dover-Sherborn, Wellesley and Westwood.
The workshop will cover whether individuals should establish a trust, put their homes in their children’s names, and how to best protect their assets.
The $1.5 million project in Acton will feature an accessible tree house and learning center.
The lead plaintiff calls the Newtonville project “a test case to reshape our village centers into urban enclaves.”
Money raised from the Halloween Hustle 5K race and 1-mile fun run will go toward the town’s elementary schools’ playgrounds.
Items such as ground coffee, tea bags, salad dressing, canned chili and beef stew, and hand soap are welcome.
Is your son or daughter more interested in playing with your smartphone than playing outside? Here’s a lecture that may interest you.
It is expected that part of the work would take place in 2019, the rest in 2020.
Local restaurants will take part in Franklin’s Taste of the Region festival.
Sustainable Watertown, a local citizens group, will hold its first series of candidate forums for Town Council hopefuls on Sunday, Oct. 18, and Monday, Oct. 19.
Residents must approve spending money to build Hopkinton’s new elementary school at a special town meeting and special town election.
In addition to the main composting bins, which can hold 10 to 15 cubic feet of waste, the purchase price of $47.81 includes a 1.9-gallon kitchen scrap bucket and 50 biodegradable bags that can be used to line the scrap bucket.
Franklin residents, 6 months and older, can receive free flu shots on Tuesday, Oct. 13.
Changes will also be made to the text of the city charter to make it gender-neutral as well.
The event will feature crafts, games, music, food, and other amusements.
There are four contested races, with candidates vying for the Town Council, School Committee, and Board of Health, as well as for town clerk.
The League of Women Voters of Newton and NewTV are cosponsoring candidate forums that will be held in the local-access station’s studios at 23 Needham St., Newton Highlands.
“The Secret Life of a Massachusetts Teen” will discuss teenagers and depression, suicide, and stress.
Residents will receive a postcard with instructions to set up an appointment to replace their home’s water meter.
The event will visit several restaurants in downtown Franklin.
Flu clinics will be held on successive Wednesdays.
Framingham First has launched a website to promote its campaign to change the town to a city form of government.
The evening will begin with a 45-minute version of the film “Bag It: Is Your Life Too Plastic?”
The Oct. 3 event will focus on the lesser-known Parker’s Revenge encounter on April 19, 1775.
The Goodnow Library Foundation fund-raiser will feature high-tech demonstrations and gadgets.
The 44th Annual Harvard Flea Market will feature more than 170 booths, with items such as antiques, collectibles, clothing, and more.
The Walden Forum will explore the importance of sleep for teenagers on Sept. 25 at Wayland High.
The weekly sessions will cover topics ranging from court proceedings to use of force to criminal investigations.
The Sept. 17 polling will slightly reduce the number of at-large candidates from Ward 2.
The event will feature information about senior programs and services, health screenings, flu and pneumonia vaccines, and a free lunch.
Residents are invited to share their comments and ask questions at a 7 p.m. public hearing Tuesday, Sept. 15.
Thomas J. Lynch started as a patrol officer there in 1996.
Members are charged with reviewing and approving subdivisions, site plans for new construction or significant changes to existing structures.
The Franklin Garden Club will hold its first meeting of the 2015-2016 season Tuesday, Sept. 1, from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Franklin Senior Center.
The 34th annual Wrentham Day will be held Saturday, Sept. 5, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the town common.
A Winchester company specializing in behavioral health care has purchased 7.5 acres of land from MassDevelopment at 85 Patton Road in Devens and plans to build a 104-bed treatment center there.
Patches of an invasive aquatic plant have been found in a stretch of the Nashua River that runs through the Oxbow National Wildlife Refuge in Devens.
The Plainville Public Library and the Plainville Historical Commission are teaming up to hold a “scanning party” at the library Monday, Aug. 17, from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
The inaugural Franklin Youth Hockey Association carnival will be held at the Fletcher Field tennis courts Wednesday, Aug. 26, from 1:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Commuters can park their cars at several locations and ride their bikes from there.
The state Legislature restored $500,000 in funding to the fiscal 2016 state budget that will be used to help mitigate overcrowding in Ashland’s schools.
A presentation and discussion on prescription opioid abuse and heroin use will be held Aug. 12 at 7 p.m. in Franklin High’s auditorium.
There are a limited number of openings at Franklin’s O’Regan Early Childhood Development Center for the 2015-2016 school year.
Framingham town officials are seeking comment on a proposal to create a Corporate Innovation District near the Southborough line that includes the 9/90 Corporate Center.
Purchases from the city’s largest stores can no longer be packed in thin plastic check-out bags, under a citywide ban that starts Thursday, July 30.
Watertown’s Zoning Board of Appeals approved a developer’s request to turn the current Verizon site at 480 Arsenal St. into a 185,000-square-foot office complex.
Hopkinton’s Emergency Management Team is hosting a presentation on its hazard mitigation plan Aug. 11 at 5 p.m. in Town Hall.
A limited number of farmers’ market coupons will be distributed at the Upton Center on Tuesday, Aug. 4, at 10 a.m.
The town of Plainville has contracted with Northeast Revaluation Group LLC to reevaluate all real estate in town as required by law.
The Southeastern Massachusetts Community Concert Band will perform at the Franklin Senior Center on Monday, July 27, at 6:30 p.m.
With summer in full swing, Janet Hamilton’s guide explores organizations throughout Greater Boston where young children and teens can volunteer.
Former Watertown police sergeant Joseph Deignan, whose pension was taken away by local officials after he pleaded guilty to federal drug charges in 2013, had it restored by a Framingham District Court judge in June.
The Upton Police Department will offer personal safety courses for children ages 5 to 10 from Aug. 24 to 28.
The first Franklin Cultural Festival will be held July 29 through Aug. 2 in various locations in downtown Franklin.
Wellesley’s Planning Board is seeking candidates for its vacant associate-member position.
The Framingham-based Autism Alliance of MetroWest has received a Foundation for MetroWest grant to hire a bilingual staff member to assist Spanish-speaking families.
Bedford Green apartments, a new affordable 70-unit housing development, will provide permanent supportive housing for homeless veterans, primarily age 55 and older.
Holliston residents worried about too many mosquitoes on their property can call the Central Massachusetts Mosquito Control Project office to request an investigation and possible spraying to alleviate the problem.
The Ashland Day Committee is holding a series of free concerts and family-film screenings at Stone Park this summer.
Summer hours for Wellesley Town Hall will start July 8 and run through Sept. 1.
The Lincoln Recycling Committee is looking for a coordinator to oversee transfer station volunteers.
Applications are available at the Sudbury Senior Center for the town’s senior andveterans tax work-off program.
Groton is seeking a resident to serve on the Park Commission.
Starting the week of July 6, Framingham will be collecting trash using an automated cart system similar to how recycling has been collected.
Public swimming is no longer allowed at White Pond in Concord.
The Franklin Food Pantry has been applauded for addressing the causes of hunger in the community and promoting better nutrition.
This section of the rail trail will go 4.9 miles through Westford, Carlisle and Acton.
State Senator Mike Barrett, a Lexington Democrat, is backing a new “right to dry” measure that would allow Massachusetts residents to hang laundry on clotheslines.
The Fuller Middle School in Framingham is one of 15 schools throughout the state that will receive 21st Century Community Learning Centers grants.
A public-private initiative to help raise money for the rehabilitation of the track and field at Wellesley High School is underway.
Arlington will raise the minimum legal age to purchase tobacco and nicotine delivery products to 21 on July 1, the final phase in a three-year step-up plan.
Westborough’s Veterans Advisory Board is seeking a qualified resident to fill a vacancy on the five-member board.
Maynard is holding a forum at 7 p.m. July 1 to collect opinions on the town’s housing needs.