Relations between Bare Hill Rowing Association (BHRA) and the town reached a breaking point last week.

Annual Town Meeting’s voted to support a home rule petition giving community shared solar systems a tax exemption.

When Debbie Ricci checked in at Town Meeting last Tuesday, she thought she was the butt of an April Fools’ joke, not the recipient of Harvard’s annual Citizen of Note award.

“We’re a community that likes our dogs,” Selectwoman Lucy Wallace said as she introduced Article 38. Nearly 40 minutes of debate on the article clearly indicated how true that statement was.

As Board of Health Chairman Tom Philippou got up to read Article 39 at Town Meeting,  mosquito control  opponents were ready to line up at the microphones. But they never got the chance.



Chinese folk hero

Chinese folk hero

Emily Riddle (center) as Mulan and her sidekick Sophie Boucher (front, center) as Mushu the dragon pose with the cast of “Mulan, Jr” as they finish a musical number at a performance at Hildreth Elementary School, April 6. (Photo by Lisa Aciukewicz)  MORE PHOTOS


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