Monthly Archives: March 2016

Opioid scandal rocks North Reading public works

 Andy Rosen GLOBE STAFF  MARCH 09, 2016 The head of the North Reading Department of Public Works has resigned, local officials said Wednesday, as the town seeks to get a grip on a prescription opioid scandal in the department. Public Works Director

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Mass. should not legalize marijuana

OPINION | CHARLIE BAKER, MAURA HEALEY, AND MARTIN J. WALSH SHUTTERSTOCK/GLOBE STAFF ILLUSTRATION By Charlie Baker, Maura Healey and Martin J. Walsh   MARCH 04, 2016 THIS NOVEMBER, VOTERS in Massachusetts will be asked whether to legalize marijuana. Our state

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TOWN OF LYNNFIELD

The Lynnfield Finance Committee  and Board of Selectmen will hold the annual public hearing on the Fiscal Year 2017 budget on Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 7:00 p.m. at the Al Merritt Media and Cultural Center, 600 Market Street. Copies

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Two agendas for two separate meetings on March 7, 2016

    BOARD OF SELECTMEN AGENDA Monday, March 7, 2016   Regular Meeting – 9:30 a.m. Selectmen’s Hearing Room, Town Hall   ****NOTE***** As a result of changes in the Open Meeting Law, the chair must announce at the outset

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Do You Want A New Library? Time to Learn More…

On March 10, 2016 at 7:00 pm at the Huckleberry Hill School Multi-Purpose Room, the Library Building Committee, William Rawn Architects, John Sayre-Scibona, Owner’s Project Manager, the Trustees – and you, members of the community – will sponsor the 3rd – and final

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Ex-Wonderland President Joins Baker Administration

By Jon Chesto Globe Staff  June 15, 2015 Dick Dalton had left town for a three-year sojourn to Seattle. But he now has a new prominent role in Boston’s business community after being picked for an economic development job in

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Michael Walsh Announces Candidacy

My name is Mike Walsh and I am announcing my candidacy for Lynnfield Selectmen. I am an attorney with my own practice and a life-long resident of Lynnfield. I am running for selectman because I believe in this town and

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