WOBURN - City Council President Edward Tedesco recently advocated for closing an approximate $3,000 gap between stipends paid to members of the Zoning Board of Appeals.
WOBURN - The City of Woburn Water Department began flushing in Zones 3, 4 and 5 on Tuesday, June 8th and flushing in this area is expected to last approximately 10-15 business days, weather permitting. The hours of flushing will be 8:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
WOBURN - With the city’s planners fully endorsing the initiative, the City Council recently enacted a zoning amendment allowing North Woburn businesses to construct temporary driveways during the New Boston Street bridge project.
WOBURN - All the pageantry and grandeur will be restored for Class of 2021 as WMHS' seniors head to the big stage at Connolly Stadium this weekend for the city's annual graduation ceremony.
WOBURN - City officials along with a fresh eye in Cynthia “Cindy” Stewart have completed Phase 1 of the Local Rapid Recovery Program (LRRP) in efforts to revitalize the downtown (Woburn Center) area.
WOBURN - Officials from Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen hope to make Mishawum Road the home of the fast-food chain’s seventh Massachusetts’ restaurant.
WOBURN - Social Capital Inc. (SCI), the Woburn Public Library, and #WoburnUnites are coordinating a community effort to observe and honor Juneteenth Independence Day, with support from the Woburn Democrats Committee, the NAACP Mystic Valley Area Branch, and the City of Woburn. Juneteenth is …
WOBURN - The City Council still awaits a legal opinion from City Solicitor Ellen Callahan-Doucette regarding the appropriateness of opening up a food market within an office park district along Washington Street.
WOBURN - A national developer insists that a 445-unit apartment complex proposed for the gateway of a restored New Boston Street Bridge will blend in perfectly with the surrounding industrial district by the Wilmington line.
WOBURN - Some 60 area residents along with city and state officials gathered at the former Hurld Elementary School off Bedford Road in West Woburn Saturday morning to offer input during the planning stages of future projects at the site including a new park area to the front and wetland rest…
WOBURN - Washington Street Chick-Fil-A owner Mike Rose plans to encircle his popular Woburn Landing restaurant with a supersized drive-through lane to eliminate lunch-hour traffic backups at the East Woburn property.
WOBURN - In the latest sign that the community’s winter battle with a second wave in COVID-19 infections is long over, Woburn’s outbreak is now on the verge of being reclassified as “low-risk” for the first time since Sept. of 2020.
WOBURN - The general public, Woburn License Commission, city officials and visitors to the city have gotten use to changes in the restaurant scene, package store and clubs over the years.
WOBURN - The owners of an East Woburn car repair shop recently obtained the city’s permission to expand into the auto accessories and customization market by opening up a new garage in North Woburn.
WOBURN - With the city's Special Permits Committee still scrutinizing the proposal, the City Council recently took no action on an Indian grocer's request to open a new store within the Staple's store plaza off of Washington Street.
WOBURN - The City Council lodged no objections to a proposed zoning amendment aimed at allowing a series of North Woburn businesses to establish temporary access roads into their sites during the construction of a restored New Boston Street bridge.
WOBURN - This year, Woburn educators have gone above and beyond to support their students and our community! Join us in honoring their outstanding efforts with a Woburn’s Awesome Teacher Tribute. This program is the perfect way to send a personal message of thanks to your special teacher and…
WOBURN - In a financial move that should pay huge dividends for the city in the years to come, Mayor Scott Galvin in recent days again called for a $750,000 deposit into a special trust fund established to cover the community's massive other-post employment benefits (OPEB) liabilities.
WOBURN - Designating the small family-run business as appropriate for the space when contrasted with higher-impact corporate competitors, the City Council recently sanctioned a local couple's plans to open a bagel shop on Washington Street.
WOBURN - City Council President Edward Tedesco recently predicted that a dilapidated Elm Street residence with a collapsed roof will be razed to the ground in the coming weeks.
WOBURN - The forever changing restaurant scene in Woburn has changed once again - this time in the busy Four Corners area in West Woburn.
WOBURN - A local couple hopes to siphon much of the Cummings Park area’s breakfast customer-base by dishing out made-from-scratch bagels and egg sandwiches from a small Washington Street storefront.
WOBURN - Citing traffic concerns, Ward 5 Alderman Darlene Mercer-Bruen convinced her colleagues to pump-the-brakes on a tentative decision regarding an Indian specialty grocer’s proposed move to Washington Street.
WOBURN - The Woburn Historical Society will present in Zoom fashion “Great Ladies of Song” on Monday, April 26 from 7-8:30 p.m.with everyone invited free of charge.
WOBURN - Representatives from Woburn Mall redeveloper Edens LLC recently unveiled plans to replace a 10-screen cinema complex with a pair smaller restaurant buildings and a multi-use green space that includes short-term retail container spaces, a beer garden, and a stage and skating rink area.
WOBURN - The City Council recently authorized several special permit modifications sought to facilitate a Boston-based seafood distributor's relocation to a Salem Street warehouse.
WOBURN - In the latest twist to the community's exhausting ordeal with COVID-19, the city's weekly transmission metrics worsened after the indicators improved in a report earlier this month.
WOBURN - The City Council this week without discussion passed an ordinance that requires all hotel and innkeepers to record and confirm the identities of all guests staying on their properties.
WOBURN - Planning on finalizing the replacement search process for former City Clerk William Campbell later this month, the City Council recently appointed City Hall veteran Joyce Gray as her former boss' temporary successor.
WOBURN - Woburn Mall redeveloper Edens LLC reportedly wants to scrap a 10-screen movie theater complex at the new Woburn Village project by the corner of Mishawum Road and Commerce Way.
WOBURN - Breaking a 42-ballot record set in 2019, the City Council late last week selected West Side resident Michael Lannan as the community's new Ward 7 alderman.
WOBURN - The chairman of the Woburn License Commission Thomas Skeffington had clapped his hands at the close of License Commission meeting in February and noting a new tenant would be filling the old Waxy O’Connor’s restaurant and tavern site in East Woburn .
WOBURN - State transportation officials hope to break ground on the long-awaited New Boston Street Bridge restoration project later this summer, according to a recently published environmental impact notice.
WOBURN - Looking to advance his professional qualifications in the accounting and finance sector, City Council President Edward Tedesco confirmed he will not seek re-election as North Woburn's alderman next November.
WOBURN -The City of Woburn is one of 125 communities across the Commonwealth selected to participate in the Department of Housing and Community Development’s (DHCD) Massachusetts Downtown Initiative (MDI) Local Rapid Recovery Program (LRRP), which is designed to assist communities and local …
WOBURN - For the third consecutive week now, at least one of two key COVID-19 transmission indicators inched upwards at a marginal rate within the city, according to state authorities.
WOBURN - A proposed city ordinance that would require all hotel and innkeepers in the city to maintain an accurate and up-to-date record of guests staying on their premises enjoys the uniform support of Woburn’s City Council.
WOBURN - With even the landowner's attorney describing the property as public safety hazard, the City Council recently declared the end as near for a dilapidated Elm Street residence referred to by neighbors as the "raccoon hotel".