All money received for the newly established fund goes directly to town veterans.
All money received for the newly established fund goes directly to town veterans.
The independent Charles River has raised $7.5 million in six months to build the new space and also grow its endowment.
Local officials plan to describe the steps the town is taking to confront bias locally, as part of a public celebration Monday of the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
The camp is free for seventh- and eighth-grade girls from communities in the Minuteman school district.
The movie is a prelude to a production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical, which is based on the film.
The event will be held at Rapscallion, 5 Strawberry Hill Road in Acton, Jan. 26 at 7 p.m.
The Wayland Historical Commission is holding a forum Thursday, Jan. 19 about a proposed demolition delay bylaw.
The Jan. 19 meeting will update the community on plans for a downtown cultural district.
The plan would allow officials to negotiate rates for electric power supply on behalf of thousands of consumers in town.
The plant has now installed new fixtures to exhibit different color temperatures for side-by-side comparison.
The park is expected to be constructed along Dudley Road near Farm Pond.
The new site, www.maynardfd.com, includes downloadable forms and other resources for residents.
The meeting will kick off with an overview of the town’s budget and process for developing the spending plan.
Registration is open for winter session classes run by the Center for Adult Education and Community Learning.
The Jan. 9 discussion will detail affordable housing opportunities for first-time homebuyers.
The program provides grants of up to $5,000 to Concord residents who need to complete various home repairs.
The latest ideas for the Nobscot Shopping Center include a CVS retail store and a 165-unit multifamily residential development with 8,000 square feet of retail soace.
Students will learn about the training center, its four sponsored major automotive brands, and its degree and certificate programs. Students
A $6,000 donation was made recently to Cops for Kids with Cancer on behalf of 11-year-old Connor Heffler, who passed away in November.
The town will have seats open on 11 different boards and committees during the annual election in March.
The club is seeking raffle and silent auction donation items for its second annual Snowflake Gala.
The new bylaw also redesigns the program assisting qualifying residents of certain incomes to apply for discounts on their town bills
Demolishing the dam will increase public safety while improving river habitat and water quality.
The Massachusetts Historical Commission is providing some funds, along with the town’s Community Preservation Fund.
This year’s event will feature Dorothy Stoneman, founder of YouthBuild, a civil rights activist and graduate of Belmont High School.
The ceremony will take place near the Vietnam Memorial Statue, located at the MetroWest Regional Transit Authority headquarters.
In support of efforts in town to promote a welcoming environment for all, the Wellesley Board approved the pledge on Dec. 12.
The Franklin Public Library is seeking community input for its One Book, One Community 2017 initiative.
Commission members are appointed by the Board of Selectmen for three-year terms.
The #HeadsUpFramingham public safety awareness campaign spotlights unsafe behavior by reminding drivers, pedestrians and cyclists to obey the rules of the road.
“A Life Unfulfilled: Losing My Son to Suicide,” will be presented by Steve Boczenowski.
The grant is to develop a technology to decontaminate railway and subway cards to protect workers.
This is the fourth in a series of forums hosted by the League of Women Voters of Lexington on public policy issues.
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School representatives will be visiting Sudbury middle schools to introduce its programs.
The town council approved a residential tax rate of $14.58 per $1,000 assessed value of property.
At its first session, the Livestock Regulation Committee agreed to conduct research on neighboring towns’ bylaws and regulations.
Card shops are making a comeback as millennials discover the joys of paper, pen, and postage stamps.
The goal is to create a bee sanctuary, educate residents about threats to honeybees, and construct a green space for people to visit.
Steve McKenna and the Home Advantage Team donated $1,000 to benefit the town’s fuel program.
Established in 2014, Operation P.A.C.E. works to curb retail theft, shoplifting, breaking and entering into motor vehicles.
The town will use funds from within its levy limit to pay for the projects so taxes will not go up to support them.
Stow will use the money to improving traffic circulation, pedestrian and bicycle safety, and drainage in the area.
The Board of Selectmen will ask Town Meeting voters to authorize the purchase of 103 acres of land known as the Bergh property.
Brookline selectmen will hold a public hearing Tuesday on pay-as-you-throw trash disposal, a plan would reduce town expenses but could mean higher prices for some residents.
The renovated Colonial has three bedrooms and one-and-a-half bathrooms, and is priced at $228,378.
Now is not the right time to seek the office, Lipof said, but he will run for reelection to the City Council.
The plan originally called for a six-month test of the bicycle lane, but will instead run longer at the state’s request.
Officials say the lane makes it easier for cyclists to travel from Kenmore Square to Newton Centre.
Nearly 1,400 students were added from 2004 to 2016, and and the number of educators and administrators of color hired increased from 11.59 percent last school year to 15.93 percent this year.
Under the new system, commuters will need to enter the parking space number into the meter prior to payment.
The town hired RKG Associates to help it update its zoning bylaw for land use.
The new vehicle is a 2016 Ford F-250 pickup truck with a protective cap over the bed for the safe transport of animals.
Concord residents voted at the April 2016 Town meeting to enact a bylaw to take effect in 2017 that prohibits polystyrene, foam and rigid plastic.
The office of US Representative Niki Tsongas will distribute tickets based on a random lottery.
The Wayland Free Public Library will hold a holiday open house to welcome new library director Dana Mastroianni.
The forum is an opportunity for residents to give input about how to make the town a better place to live, work, and play.
The discussion will take place Monday, Dec. 5 at 7:30 p.m. at the Leventhal-Sidman Jewish Community Center in Newton.
The campaign will benefit the Franklin Food Pantry’s 500-plus client families through the winter.
Interested residents can find an application form on the town’s website.
A town tradition returns this year, as a group of local businesses in Brookline are set to celebrate the holiday season.
Completed applications and resumes must be sent to the personnel director in the Board of Selectmen’s office by Thursday, Dec. 15, at 5 p.m.
Town officials say the new meters will help increase on-street parking availability by encouraging long-term parking in municipal lots.
The Belmont representative will work to help ensure a smooth withdrawal from the district in 2020.
Orlando Cela & Friends will perform at 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 2, in the Bedford Campus Concert Hall.
Officials hope to open a new kindergarten to Grade 8 school building in 2020.
Concord and Carlisle residents should take part in an online survey that will help guide them as they search for a new superintendent.
Fuel assistance is now available via both state and local programs for low-income households in Franklin seeking help to pay home heating bills.
The Community Outreach Initiative Network assists those suffering from substance abuse and mental health disorders by connecting them to services and treatment options.
The commission will finalize its proposed charter by mid-2017, and the question will likely be put to voters next November.
In exchange for such an entry, runners will be required to raise $3,000 for nonprofit organizations.