TEWKSBURY – In a joint meeting with the School Committee and the Board of Selectmen, 6 candidates came forward with reasons why they should be elected to the School Committee seat vacated by Lisa Puccia. Puccia officially resigned on April 10th due to a student information breach.
Perks planned for new development
Children’s Hospital Charity Bout Scheduled for June 11
Domestic Violence education
Let’s Talk About Hearing
The Boston Marathon bomber has been sentenced to death. While that decision won’t bring back the innocent victims who were murdered during the heinous attack, the jurors decision seemed inevitable.
TEWKSBURY – It may appear as if the Town Crier got lazy and just duplicated a page from last year, and the year before, and the nine years before that.
After winning three league titles in a row, you have to wonder when it is safe to start throwing around the ‘D’ word when talking about the Tewksbury High Boys Lacrosse team.
Redmen tie for second at Class C State Relay Meet
Tewksbury resident leads Shawsheen Tech Softball
Shawsheen Tech Softball team 7-7
Edge out Tewksbury, 12-11
Tewksbury High senior attack man David Dempsey had already been a part of a couple of great teams heading into this season, having already been a part of two straight MV Division 2 championships with the lacrosse team, not to mention two more MVC titles as a key member of the Redmen’s Hockey team, including another title this past winter.
Softball team goes on a run
The Toxics Use Reduction Act (TURA) program and state legislators presented ChemGenes Corporation in Wilmington with an award in recognition of the company’s environmental leadership.
WILMINGTON -Wilmington High School students receive Community Service Hours for participation in the local Relay for Life which raises funds for the American Cancer Society’s fight against cancer. Julie Reuseo, ACS Community Manager, has coordinated with the school to work out details of the program. The event is Friday night June 19th at the Middle School.
Tuesday night at the Tewksbury Selectmen and School Committee Joint Meeting I was appointed to finish the unexpired term for member Lisa Puccia, who stepped down last month following a breach of student information.
Healthy Children = Academic Success
Town seeking volunteers to revive Long Pond
Town Meeting 2015
Tewksbury Habitat Build
The 2015 Financial Literacy Summit 2015, (http://www.practicalmoneyskills.com/summit2015/) held April 15 in Chicago and co-hosted by Visa Inc. and the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, focused on how mobile technology might improve millennials' learning, savings and investing behavior in the future.
Marsh and Corella of Shawsheen Tech
All-Conference Player with 33 goals
From offense to defense
TMHS Boys Lacrosse
In its three years of existence the MIAA Football Playoff system has received its share of criticism, one of the biggest ones being that many teams would be forced to face opponents two or three times during the season, including many rival teams being forced to face each other in a playoff game prior to their traditional Thanksgiving Day matchup.
The Tewksbury Memorial High School Baseball team picked up huge victories over top ranked teams North Andover and Billerica, sandwiched between another win over Wilmington on Saturday (see next page).
WILMINGTON – Ahead by a run in the bottom of the seventh, and Wilmington threatening with runners at the corners and one out, senior catcher Rob Cutone came through with a big throw to second base to nail down Evan Raffi trying to steal, before Jake Scanlan followed by getting a fly ball out to give Tewksbury a 3-2 win over Wilmington in a non-league baseball game played Saturday afternoon in sunny skies at the North Intermediate School.
TEWKSBURY – It was a busy week of play for the Tewksbury Memorial High School Girls' Tennis team.
Catch Me If You Can opens this week
Town Meeting 2015
BOSTON (AP) — Lawyers for Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev are giving the jury glimpses into his troubled family as they try to save him from the death penalty.
TEWKSBURY - Students at the John F. Ryan Elementary School were already raising money for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) when they learned about 9-year-old Liam Fitzgerald, known as the “Bruin’s fist bump kid” for fist bumping the players as they skate into their locker room.
New Strategy For Special Education
School Department Bargaining agreements
The meeting hall is full to capacity. Reverend Rob stands at the entry way welcoming members of his flock. He greets familiar faces and newcomers with warm smiles and hardy handshakes. He knows everyone in attendance by name. He can share personal anecdotes about each person in his audience. His followers show up religiously every week, through rain, sleet or snow. The congregation wouldn't miss this weekly gathering for the world.
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Breaks stolen base record