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WestfordCAT Weekly News – May 14, 2021

We introduce you to the School Committee's Kathryn Clear and the Select Board's John Cunningham; Superintendent Bill Olsen makes a statement regarding history teacher Mike Colson; rocks are needed for a stone wall restoration project; the Select Board reviews a citizen's position to ban outboard motors on Keyes Pond.


Everyone who joins the Walk on the Wild Side challenge, as a walker, will receive a free one year membership in the Friends of EBC! 

Bright Lights, Santa, and Bells Everywhere; Westford Rings in the Holidays

Westford's tree lighting ceremony took place on Nov. 29 attracting more than the 100 maximum onlookers, presented by COVID-19 guidelines. But all was well when Santa arrived by horse drawn carriage.

HISTORIC HOUSE; Some say Keep the Property, More Say Sell It

A task force whose members completed its role in September 2019 has so far failed to trigger action by the select board.

Westford Recreation Offers a Summer of Fun at East Boston Camps

Summer at Destination Exploration takes place at East Boston Camps, part of Westford’s scenic Stony Brook Conservation Land. 

‘Thanks for the Memories, Sweet Tree;’ Residents Say Farewell to Weeping Beech

So when the weeping beech tree at 78 Main St. was removed late last month, it was cause for discussion on the Westford Friends Facebook page.

A ‘Most Beautiful Crop;’ Apples are Ripe for Picking in Westford

Subscribe to our free, daily publication for all your Westford news.   The apples at Hill Orchard are redder this year...

Beaver biology is topic at Westford Conservation Trust meeting

The Westford Conservation Trust will host guest speaker Mike Callahan of Southhampton-based Beaver Solutions at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3 at the Parish Center for the Arts.