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Ride – Run for Liv Virtual Fundraiser Continues through October 3

Liv's Independence House is the long-term goal and legacy of the Live for Liv Foundation. The hope is to provide an independent and self-sustaining residence for survivors of domestic violence.

Two Nashoba Tech Students Among Five in State to Receive Honor

Each year, five CTE students in the state are selected, and this year, two of the five — Abigail Cronin and Elliot Gale — are from Nashoba Tech. It’s the first time Nashoba Tech has had a student selected. They are now eligible for the national Presidential Scholars Program.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – May 28, 2021

There is a theatrical surprise at Stony Brook School; Select Board members take a wait and see position on Article 21 for Annual Town Meeting regarding drive-thru restaurants; 6 prime acres near the center of town are under agreement; meet talented WestfordCAT intern and editor, Nick Godfroy.

VIDEO: Abbot School Celebrates “Read Across America Day” Despite Logistical Challenges

There’s a pleasant surprise at the Abbot School - a story walk to honor National Read Across America Day. Also known as Dr. Seuss Day, this initiative was created by the National Education Association to encourage reading in children and is fostered through schools nationwide.

What’s Happening at the J.V. Fletcher Library

The J. V. Fletcher Library is located at 50 Main St., Westford. If you have questions or need assistance, please call us at 978-399-2300 or send us an email at westfordlibrary@westfordma.gov. Visit us at http://www.westfordlibrary.org.

VIDEO: WestfordCAT News 2020 Year in Review

2020 started out like any other year but certainly didn't end that way. Take a look back on all the twists and turns throughout the year as covered by your local news station, WestfordCAT.

Drive-by Viewing of Christmas Decorations in Westford

Editor's Note: Community activist Patti Mason has compiled the following list of decorated homes for drive-by viewing:

PSA – WestfordCAT and Commitment to Community

From the moment Westford Community Access Television learned that Covid-19 had hit in early 2020, the staff was relied upon more than ever for town communications. As everyone began to navigate virtual meeting platforms, WCAT learned just what it meant to be an essential service.