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LEAGUE OF WOMEN VOTERS: Town Meeting Warrant Preview, June 3

Register for the virtual preview of the Town Meeting warrant articles being held on June 3, at 7 p.m.

Go Out Doors 2021; Rail Trail Art Installation Delights Some, Disappoints Others

An art exhibit borrowed from Concord’s Umbrella Arts Center is scheduled to be installed along the Freeman Rail Trail in May and remain up for the viewing public until Nov. 30.

Senior Center Now an Outreach Partner with State’s Food Assistance Program

Food insecurity for about 450 Westford families and individuals is a rising concern, but one with a special program to ensure no one in Westford goes hungry.

“Why We Need Dark Skies: The Impact of Light Pollution on Human and Planetary Health”

Light pollution is one of the fastest growing environmental problems, because it negatively impacts our nighttime environment, our climate, and the health of humans, animals, and plants.

10 Minute Citizen Covers Aug. 25 Select Board Meeting

On August 25th, the Select Board approved the charge and membership criteria for the new Diversity, Equity and Inclusion committee, heard updates about upcoming road improvements on Carlisle and Littleton Roads, and adopted two new policies.

Hill Orchard Opens for the Season

Hill Orchard farm stand will be open Friday, Saturday and Sunday 7/24, 7/25 and 7/26 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The stand sells fresh vegetables and berries, pies and other baked goods. Shoppers are asked to wear face coverings. Social distancing rules apply and shoppers may have to wait if too many people are inside the building.

WestfordCAT Weekly News – July 17, 2020

This week on WestfordCAT news, the School Committee supports a resolution by the teachers union, town officials are projecting a budget deficit; the Farmers Market opens for the season.

VIDEO: State Representatives Give Presentation on Climate Protection Bill

State Rep. of the 2nd Middlesex District, James Arciero along with state Rep. Joan Meschino of the 3rd Plymouth District, discuss Meschino's bill "2050 Roadmap to a Clean and Thriving Commonwealth" (H832).