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Governor Steps Backward in Battle Against COVID

BOSTON – Today, the Baker-Polito Administration announced that effective Sunday, Dec. 13, all communities in Massachusetts will return to Step 1 of Phase 3, of the Commonwealth’s reopening plan.

10-MINUTE CITIZEN Abbreviates Nov. 24 Select Board Meeting

Select Board members approved a suspension of rental payments for the Roudenbush Community Center due to disruption in their programming due to COVID -19.

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WestfordCAT Weekly News – October 23, 2020

Voters wrapped up special Town Meeting in a day; a new amenities building for the Trustees Field at Westford Academy won approval; Food Inspector Arnie Price got a special recognition; multi-faceted artist Rick Lowe is the focus of our PCA Artist Spotlight.

WEEK IN REVIEW: Stories We Covered from Oct. 3 to 9

If you missed them last week, here's another chance to take a look at the news and feature stories we brought you. 

COVID – 19 Slows Arrival of New Restaurants at Westford Valley Marketplace, Despite Approval of Liquor Licenses

The Whole Foods grocery store is credited with contributing to  the economic health of the Westford Valley Marketplace.

VIDEO: Health Director Gives Update on Local COVID-19 Cases, Flu Vaccinations, Emergency Preparedness

Westford's Health Director, Jeff Stephens, talks with WestfordCAT's, Patty Stocker, to break down the town's six months worth of data on COVID-19, how his department is handling complaints from residents regarding COVID-19 shutdown noncompliance, the state's mandate that all public school students receive a flu vaccination, the EEE risk in the area, and emergency preparedness during a pandemic with winter weather on the way.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – August 7, 2020

This week on WestfordCAT news, we update you on the hate crimes committed on July 30th in four neighborhoods around town; Select Board members met August 14th solely to condemn the acts; and we feature a North Chelmsford restaurant coping with the difficulties associated with the state’s shutdown due to of COVID-19.