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VIDEO: WestfordCAT Weekly News – May 1, 2020

We update you on the Groton Road house fire; the Board of Health grapples with mandatory face coverings; we speak with an infectious disease physician about COVID-19; the Westford Public Health nurse explains why a negative Coronavirus test does not necessarily mean a clean bill of health.

VIDEO: WestfordCAT News Update

A member of the School Committee and the president of the teachers' union clash; Select Board members learn what a Fence Viewer is; the Board of Health discusses COVID-19.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – February 28, 2020

Superintendent Bill Olsen's contract extension is still under consideration by the School Committee; the Select Board approved a Council on Aging Transportation Hardship Policy for residents in need of transportation; Newport Materials will finally begin monitoring traffic on Route 40.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – February 21, 2020

Superintendent Bill Olsen releases a letter to the Westford community countering charges expressed by the School Committee. Westford resident Sue Higgins launches a recall referendum to remove six of the seven School Committee members. The World Health Organization gives an official name to the Coronavirus.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – November 8, 2019

Injured school principal Kevin LaCoste pays a visit to the Robinson Elementary School to read to a book to his students. See what famous singer/songer writer pays tribute to him in a video. Westford health officials give tips on avoiding the flu. A real estate developer is bringing some new restaurants to town.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – November 1, 2019

We bring you the results and highlights of the October 28th Special Town Meeting; the Select Board continues to work toward a bylaw change regarding AirBnBs in town; we show you how one woman discovered empowerment through her art.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – October 25, 2019

We interview Kevin LaCoste, the Robinson Elementary School principal severely injured in July, after he returns home from months of hospitalization and therapy; we show you the new handheld devices voters will use at Special Town Meeting on October 28th; we feature a WA and UMass Lowell graduate’s unique photographs that are on exhibit at his alma mater.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – October 4, 2019

an arrest has been made in connection with the woman found dead on Providence Road last winter; this year’s Westfest draws hundreds to the Stony Brook School; Westford Animal Control releases a red tailed hawk back into the wild after months of rehabilitation.