Classic Cars Turn Heads as More Appear on Roads and on Display

The dealership is not just about used cars. Claire is selling historical models with distinctive features such as two-tone winged sedans, new and old Mustangs, and beautifully sculpted Corvettes. Some of the cars date back to the 1950s.

Patience is ‘Paying Off’ Says Manager of Westford Valley Marketplace

Editor's note -- Boston-based Wilder Companies where Ryan Feinberg is vice president of leasing, manage the Westford Valley Marketplace...

UPDATE: Westford Realtor Reflects on Housing Market

In the interview, Crane asks McCauley if buyers who pay more than $100K over asking price for a house in Westford, will find themselves in financial straits in the future.

Theme for the Westford Business Association: Reopen – Reinvent – Recover

Westford Business Association Holds Networking Event.

Nashoba Tech Career Training Institute: Preparing Adults for New Careers

  The Nashoba Career Training Institute at Nashoba Valley High School is finishing second round of training to prepare plumbers...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Approve Community Preservation Recommendations to Provide Affordable Housing to Seniors

Our goal is to preserve one of the last community-owned Poor Farms in Massachusetts and to return it to its original intention of providing support to some of our most vulnerable residents.

VIDEO: Westford Health Director Discusses New CDC Mask Guidelines; Governor Lifting Most COVID-19 Restrictions Beginning May 29

Westford Health Director Jeff Stephens spoke with WestfordCAT's Patty Stocker on May 18 about the whirlwind of new COVID-19 information that has been released in the past 2 weeks. He explained the new CDC guidelines which address face masks among fully vaccinated people; Governor Charlie Baker lifting almost all COVID-19 restrictions beginning May 29; 12 - 15 year olds now being eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine; he has some good news on the percentage of people in town who have at least one vaccine administered.

Massachusetts Clean Water Trust Announces Successful Sale of Green Sustainability Bonds

The State Treasurer’s Office announced that the Massachusetts Clean Water Trust (the Trust) has successfully completed the sale of approximately $351.4 million in two series of new money Green and Sustainability Bonds.