COMMENTARY: Masks are Right Choice Given Circumstances

The level of [COVID-19] community transmission in Middlesex County is in the second highest category...

LETTER TO THE EDITOR: An Open Letter To The Westford School Community

After speaking recently with other Westford parents it has become apparent that I’m hardly alone in my frustration and disappointment with the School Department’s serious consideration to submit to the latest CDC (Centers For Disease Control and Prevention) guidelines by reinstating compulsory masking as a condition to attend our public schools this September – even as the Commonwealth of Massachusetts has not required municipalities to do so and while many other localities have rejected the waffling federal guidance.

CHERYL A. MAJOR: How She Overcame Depression

Did you know that in this country, over 20 percent of women over the age of 40 are taking some sort of prescription drug for depression and/or anxiety?  You may be one of them; I was, too.  Conquering depression was a huge victory for me.

School Committee Chair Wishes Olsen ‘Fair Skies’ as He Departs Westford

Bill often says that “everybody matters” in our school system because everyone can make a difference in the life of a child. He also adds rather humbly that he only takes 1/600 of the credit because all staff contributes to the success of our schools.

Eagle Scout Project Will Document History of Scouting.

Hi, My name is Nicholas Anderson and I am a Life Scout of Troop 159. For my Eagle project I am documenting the history of Boy Scouting (now known as Scouts BSA) in Westford for the Westford Museum.

COMMENTARY: Vote YES for Democracy at Town Meeting

by Barry Rosenberg Studies revealing that the wealthiest 1 percent of Americans have greater influence over Federal legislation than the...


Do you WANT to see a line of Fast-Food Joints Along Route 110 in Westford? By Chris Kuntz  The town’s Planning...

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.