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Volunteers plant dwarf trees to replace standard apple trees at Community Harvest’s orchard on Prospect Hill Road, April 25. The volunteer farming organization grows food for hunger relief. It is switching to dwarf trees that not only grow more fruit per acre, but allow for harvesting the apples without ladders. From left: Ziggy Waraszkiewicz, Peter Dorward, Linda McPherson, and Jim Sicard. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)    READ STORY

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The integration of the Fruitlands Museum with the state’s largest land trust began this week, well before the 2017 deadline set by the two organizations.

Before this year’s Town Meeting, Town Administrator Tim Bragan had a streamlined plan to replace the town’s two aging servers with two brand-new servers, but (with apologies to Joni Mitchell) clouds got in his way.

Superintendent Linda Dwight informed the School Committee that she had received 29 applications for the position of Bromfield School principal as of Monday evening.

Because he neglected to add the election of a new chairperson to the board’s April 26 agenda, Board of Health Chairman Tom Philippou remains chairman.

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Vol. 10, No. 22
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