READING – Officer Kristen Stasiak has spent her entire life living and working in Reading, and now after a decade working in the Reading Police Department as a patrol officer, she’ll now have a chance to be more involved with the community than ever before.
Reading – Andrew Schultz of North Reading has taken over the reins from Lisa DeLeo as the 2016 president of the Reading-North Reading Chamber of Commerce.
READING - The Reading schools are currently seeking a new principal for the Birch Meadow Elementary School. As they begin the search for Birch Meadow they are also ending the search for a principal at the Joshua Eaton School.
READING – Jane Kinsella may be relatively new to her position as Assistant Director of Public Works, but she’s hardly a new face around the office.
READING - The Reading Zoning Board of Appeals will begin consideration of the 40B development at Lincoln and Prescott St. tonight at 7p.m. in the Pleasant St. Center. Attending the hearing which is open to the public will be the Board of Selectmen and the Community Planning and Development Commission (CPDC).The plan features 77 units, 20 of them affordable, on a 36,000 sq. ft. lot.
READING - Thanks to the consistent emergence of new technology designed for educational purposes, students have been gaining the benefits of using such computer-based services to supplement their learning. There has been a noticeable trend spreading throughout the nation, and an increasing number of areas now regularly using these elements in their schools.
READING – The Reading Zoning Board of Appeals is scheduled to begin deliberations Thursday on the petition of MKM Reading, LLC seeking a Comprehensive Permit to build a 40B development at Lincoln and Prescott Streets.
READING - Last week the Community Planning and Development Commission (CPDC) approved Criterion Child Enrichment’s Summer Ave location with 38 parking spots.
READING - The Northeast Massachusetts Youth Orchestras (NMYO) announced recently that Logan Thornton of Reading, as the recipient of the fourth annual $1,000 Trudy Larson Instrument Fellowship The fellowship helps make it possible for a student to own a better instrument and thus improve and grow as a musician. This fellowship is made possible by the generous support of Stuart Cohen, a lover of classical music and ardent believer in the importance of engaging young people in musical performance.