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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.

What does the Grey Ghost have in common with housing bylaws? | What’s New, Westford? #2

Sean Kelly, School Board Representative and WCAT board member, joins Joyce Pellino Crane and show producer Steve Edwards to discuss what's new in Westford. Episodes will also include a hot topic with a broader reach - national or international.

Housing Prices Soar in Westford

Between May and July, the selling price of a single family home in Westford reportedly  jumped by 3 percent. That number could not be confirmed by William Naser, Westford’s primary assessor, but Naser was just as intrigued as everyone else in town by the market valuations.

Lawmaker Testifies on Bill Regarding Foreclosure

State Sen. Ed Kennedy (D-Lowell) testified, Aug. 3, before the Joint Committee on the Judiciary in favor of S.1065, an Act establishing a foreclosure review division in the Superior Court.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – April 16, 2021

The town wide election is shaping up to be a sizzler; we tell you who’s running and for what seats; we update you on the latest alleged criminal activities going on in town; meet published photographer, Nancy Rich, the Parish Center for the Arts' Artist of the Month.

State Rep. James Arciero Named Chair of Housing Committee

State Rep. James Arciero of Westford was chosen on Feb. 12 as the new House Chair of the Joint Committee on Housing by House Speaker Ronald Mariano of Quincy, who made his leadership and committee assignments for the 192th legislative session.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – February 5, 2021

This week on WestfordCAT News, remote learning isn’t making the grade; an alleged fall from grace by a Westford Academy teacher; an offer is on the table for the historic house at 35 Town Farm Road.

Free Legal Help with Evictions Through the Massachusetts COVID Eviction Legal Help Project

Legal services will be available in every region and can be found on a new website built for this initiative at http://evictionlegalhelp.org.