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“Lowering Overall Speeds Will Have a Measurable Impact” | Ten Minute Citizen #33

At their December 14th meeting, the Select Board reviewed the first round of requests for federal aid money from...

E-Voting or Not: Again Under Consideration

"I am just in the investigation stage," she explained. "And I don't plan on proposing any change without community input."

Congressional Redistricting Legislation Supported by Rep. Arciero Signed Into Law

Gov. Charlie Baker signed legislation which created new borders for Massachusetts’ nine congressional districts.
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Catch Up with the Select Board’s November Meeting, with Ten Minute Citizen

On November 23rd, the Select Board celebrated the achievements of three of the Town's first responders, then heard an...

Bill H.2219 Offers Hope to get Dangerous Opioid Drugs off Streets

Bill H.2219 would introduce non-opioid alternatives in pain treatment in an attempt to curb the state’s ongoing opioid crisis.

$9B Coming for Mass. Waterways, Roads, More

Rep. Lori Trahan, D-Westford, said the state “will benefit from the creation of good-paying union jobs with quality benefits to support their families.”

House Votes $600 Million to Address State Housing Needs

Housing Chair James Arciero joins House of Representatives in shepherding critical funds for state housing needs.

Select Board Determines 63 Main Street Conveyance, Ross’ Compensation and the Fate of Two Trees

It's been more than 5 years since the residential fire left the house empty. The ownership of the iconic home located at 63 Main Street is now transferred to the new owners, Dianne and Charles Grondine.