The —totaling 32 units—early next year in what would be the largest affordable housing project built in the town in about 30 years, housing officials said.
State officials are testing , after a preliminary examination identified low levels of a commonly used degreasing and dry cleaning chemical near the school.
And Patch has a new editorial project coming down the pipe—"." We don't think there's one American Dream, but a multitude of American Dreams, which a multitude of people are working toward. Our goal is to take snapshots of those different dreams, and capture the state of the American Dream across nearly 900 Patch sites across the nation.
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A Malden man was and breaking into a Winchester home on Saturday. Earlier in the week, two other people : receiving stolen property and breaking and entering during the daytime with the intent to commit a felony.
State Police are investigating a Monday morning crash in Methuen that . According to preliminary investigation reports, David P. McGurl, 57, was driving southbound on Route 93 in Methuen at about 9:56 a.m., when he veered off to the right side of the road. McGurl’s Cadillac collided with the rear of a tractor-trailer parked in a cutout of the roadway, to the right of the breakdown lane, according to State Police.
Flu and pneumonia . Arlington’s first vaccination clinic is scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 17, and is reserved for residents aged 65 and older. The first vaccination clinic open to all other residents will be on Monday, Sept. 26
Arlington has . You can probably still catch a few of them. Also, check out our Thursday feature Sold! for details on .
COLUMNS AND PERSONALITIES
On Friday, columnist Bette Yip wrote about how great of a life some of her students' pets have—.
On Saturday, columnist Ryan P. Standley wrote about yet another adventure with his 5-year-old daughter Lainey. This time, —and she calls dibs on the top bunk.
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