This week on WestfordCAT News, over 150 protestors gather on the town common for the Lights for Liberty rally; the annual Ride for Liv/Run for Liv brings hundreds of athletes to the 4H Fairgrounds to raise money for domestic violence awareness; find out which streets will be closed next week for railroad crossing construction.
We’re talking dangerous dogs this week in WestfordCAT News - find out why two different dog owners in town are making headlines. Concerns over a widening budget cap dominate the discussion at WestfordCAT’s Annual Meeting.
This week in WestfordCAT News, The proposed construction of new sidewalks cause controversy at the Board of Selectmen meeting; dog walkers voice their concern to the Conservation Commission over the idea of leash law enforcement at East Boston Camps; more than three hundred fifty Westford residents attend the Strategic Planning Retreat at Kimball Farm this year.
Mass General Hospital’s Director of Neuropsychology updates the School Committee on an ongoing marijuana study at Westford Academy; two dogs on Wilson Farm Road are accused of a fatal attack on a toy poodle; the Stop & Shop union members’ strike is over; the only contested race in Westford's May election is reviewed.
The Board of Selectmen hold a dangerous dog hearing to determine the fate of two dogs accused of attacking a toy poodle; Westford’s Community Garden is slated to open for the season; a landscape architect presents plans to the Parks and Recreation Commission for Forge Pond Beach rehabilitations; this Sunday’s Road Race raises money for the Westford Charitable Foundation and we talk with a three of the benefactors.
Day 2 of the Blues n' Brews was a big hit with a fresh line-up of brewers and outstanding musicians. There was plenty of great choices for food and unique vendors to appreciate. If you didn't make it this year - mark your calendar for August 2017.