The School Committee discusses the vaping problem at the high school; the J.V. Fletcher Library bids farewell to a centuries old oak; and renovations continue at Kevin LaCoste's family home to make it wheelchair accessible.
We take you to Forge Pond Beach where Phase I of a restoration project has begun; we go behind the scenes with bee keepers at a Westford apiary; there’s ground breaking at the LaCoste home to make it wheelchair accessible.
This week on WestfordCAT News, Central Mosquito Control sprays fields in town to protect young athletes from EEE; town and public safety officials gather on September 11th to remember those affected by a series of terrorist attacks on the United States 18 years ago.
Westford Academy’s Athletic Director, Jeff Bunyon, talks about the upcoming fall sports season; Ellen Harde takes residents on a magical history tour; the Board of Selectmen give National Grid the green light to take down trees that could potentially cause power lines to snap.
Join Town Engineer Paul Starratt along with Highway Supervisor Chip Barrett as they conduct a hands-on tour of the town's stormwater infrastructure and equipment to show you exactly what Westford is doing to stay in compliance with these regulations. Town Treasurer and Tax Collector Christine Collins completes the tour by addressing the financial impact.
This week on WestfordCAT News, see myriad ways a local family is getting support during their time of need; the Lights Camera Action Video Camp kids descend on Westford CAT; we show you around the Community Garden and how more than vegetables are growing there.
The peaches, nectarines, and apricots are ripe and ready at Hill Orchard and Farmer Dave takes us inside; the Day School has a new, sentimental brick walkway installed entirely by volunteers; a forgotten Westford Fire Commissioner finally gets remembered by one of his own.