Westford Police Captain Retiring + HS Local Sports Schedule


Good day, people of Westford! Annie Sandoli here with the latest Westford Daily.

First, today’s weather forecast:

Snow and sleet, 1-2″. Top: 34 Bottom: 16.

Here are the top stories at Westford today:

  1. school committee recognizes student achievement | News (Town Crier of Tewksbury)
  2. Closure of Wood Haven | News (Town Crier of Tewksbury)
  3. Joan M. Wilkinson, 77, of Hudson (Community advocate)
  4. Opening of the ‘Camp’ toy store at the Burlington mall, with the ‘Paw Patrol’ experience (CBSBoston)
  5. Melanie Strickland, 72, from Marlborough (Community advocate)
  6. Ralph J. D’Angelo Sr., 86, of Marlborough (Community advocate)
  7. THE VIEW FROM NASON STREET: News from the Maynard Public Library (local villain)
  8. Westford Area High School Sports Schedule This Weekend (Westford Crest)
  9. Westford Police Captain retires; ‘privileged’ to serve the city (local villain)
  10. Third Pole Therapeutics Closes $25M Funding – eNOfit™ Wearable Device Now Ready for Clinical Trials (Woburn Daily Times)
  11. Workers organizing at McLean Hospital face fierce resistance (BetaBoston)
  12. Healthcare worker thanks Methuen police officers for bringing her to work during Easter Bad North | (Boston News, Weather, Sports | WHDH 7News)
  13. Maynard DPW: The fund could help Maynard comply with state regulations (local villain)
  14. Need something? The Lincoln Public Library might have a thing for this (local villain)
  15. The Nashoba Players are celebrating 45 years of theatrical productions (Lowell Sun)
  16. Residents demand action on COVID-19 home equity bill (Lowell Sun)
  17. Mayor of Lawrence endorses Leahy School project in his first State of the City Address (Eagle-Tribune)
  18. 10 things to do in Boston this weekend (boston.com)
  19. Thousands of donations needed in the name of Betty White ‘Stuns’ Salem, NH, Animal Rescue League (WHAV News)
  20. I-Team: Andover Housing Authority residents went without hot water for over a week (CBSBoston)
  21. FEMA-contracted paramedics treat patients with COVID-19 at St. Joseph’s Hospital (WMUR Manchester)
  22. The “stuff” library in Dracut helps people reduce waste with “try before you buy” items (CBSBoston)
  23. Framingham High releases more tickets for the musical In The Heights (framinghamsource.com)
  24. Camp – A Toy Experience Company – is set to open at the Burlington Mall on Thursday (CBSBoston)
  25. Wenzel: Marlborough resident remembered as a pioneer for young women (Community advocate)
  26. A fire damages a house on Swan Street in Lawrence (Eagle-Tribune)
  27. Baker appoints former mayor Rodney Elliott to the board of the Lowell Housing Authority (Lowell Sun)
  28. Lowell will distribute more COVID-19 home tests on Saturday (Lowell Sun)

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  • Westford Recycling Commission: “It’s National Pizza Day!” Pizza boxes are recyclable. It doesn’t matter how much fat. » (Facebook)
  • Pure Bar: “Happy Groundhog Day! Don’t forget to sign up for Rosie’s Breaking Down Reform Monday night at 5:30 p.m. Stick around after and take the 6:45 p.m. Reform class to apply everything you’ve learned.” (Facebook)
  • Parish Center for the Arts: “REMINDER: There is NO Jazz Jam this Sunday 2/6. We hope to see you at the next jazz jam scheduled for 3/6. Jazz Punishers #jazzjam” (Facebook)
  • City of Westford, MA: “Winter Storm Warning issued Feb 03 02:44 EST through Feb 04 7:00 PM EST by NWS” (Facebook)
  • Next door neighbour, Nab Pond: “Recommendation for home generator? – Brand and who installed it? You have information on another group page, but you are looking for at least 2 more quotes. Thanks!” (The next door)
  • Next door neighbour, Forge Village/Main: “I have two male bichons, the youngest is 3 years old. – I don’t really want to castrate them but their instinctive behavior is difficult to manage. Any ideas for vets who will do a good castration or two for a good price?” (The next door)
  • Erin Chapman, neighbor: “Good Pickin’ Farm has some fun things planned for the coming weekends!! February 5: 10am-12pm OPEN HOUSE – check out our new preschool and other educational programs as well as summer camps! February 5: 2pm-4pm Open Skate – Good choice…” (Patch)

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That’s all for today. See you soon!

Annie Sandoli

About me: Annie has been a Boston-based writer since 2018, having earned her BA in Social Thought and Political Economy from UMass Amherst and ALM in Journalism from Harvard University. She has worked as a freelancer throughout Massachusetts and on an editorial team in London, UK. Her interests include music and the arts, creative writing and literature, and social and political justice topics. Annie covers Brookline, Newton, Waltham, Chelmsford and Westford. Email topical tips to [email protected]


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