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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: Opponent of Restaurant Drive-Through Windows Urges Residents to ‘Make Their Voices Heard’

Chris Kuntz is a Westford resident EDITOR'S NOTE: Members of Westford's Zoning Board of Appeals will decide tonight (July 21)...

Commonwealth Launches “Mass VaxMillions” Vaccine Lottery Program

Vaxmillions Giveaway: For more information on the Mass VaxMillions Giveaway, visit mass.gov/VaxMillions.

Arciero Joins Markey in Visit to Kimball’s

“The work Massachusetts has done to support local businesses with PPP loans and federal assistance was critical to keeping the state’s economy from crashing and future federal-state cooperation will be essential to our future recovery.”

LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS: Town Meeting Warrant Preview, June 3

Register for the virtual preview of the Town Meeting warrant articles being held on June 3, at 7 p.m.

O’Neill and Associates on MA Legislature; Covid 19; Governor Baker

O'Neill and Associates: Our state lobbying and regulatory advocacy practice covers Massachusetts government, spanning legislators and leadership, committee chairs and committee staff, executive agency heads and administrators, and independent authorities. Our work extends to municipal officials and agencies throughout the Commonwealth of Massachusetts

Senior Center Now an Outreach Partner with State’s Food Assistance Program

Food insecurity for about 450 Westford families and individuals is a rising concern, but one with a special program to ensure no one in Westford goes hungry.

SHORT STORIES: Collaborating for Vaccine; Praise for Health Department

Town Manager Jodi Ross announced Westford she is working with Acton, Bedford, Carlisle, Concord, Lincoln,  Sudbury, and Wayland to form a regional collaboration for a local vaccine distribution site.

Arciero Begins Seventh Term of Service

State Rep. James Arciero was recently sworn into a seventh term as a member of the Massachusetts House of Representatives. Representing the towns of Chelmsford, Littleton and Westford, the swearing-in ceremony was remotely held by Governor Baker from the House chamber.