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Friday, May 24, 2013
Volume 7, Number 27
“Something smells fishy”
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From the Boards | Obituaries
It's springtime, and officials hope the fancies of town center residents are turning not just to lawn care and gardens, but also, dare one say, to their septic tanks and fields.
After a recent town audit cited significant deficiencies in the town's handling of cash accounts, Finance Director Lorraine Leonard knew what she had to find in a new town treasurer.
The sudden appearance of dead fish floating at the edge of Bare Hill Pond Tuesday sent several town officials looking for answers.
Editorials | Letters to the Editor
Viewpoint | Reporter's Notebook
from Ann Whitney; Sarah von Conta, Laura Vilain, and Lauren Slater; Margaret Koch, Pamela Sawyer, Karen Shea, and Ruth Silman
Feature Articles | People
Recipes | A Look Back
Harvard has placed three war memorials on the Common, where they are in constant public view, but other memorials have been relegated to obscurity or have disappeared altogether.
Sports Articles |
The Bromfield-Acton-Boxborough rowing team will send three boats to the Junior Nationals this year.
Coming off an incredibly successful 2012 season, Bromfield's girls varsity tennis is on its way toward another big year.
Last weekend, the Bromfield boys track and field team won its league championship for a second consecutive year, while the girls took third place