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Are You Boycotting Westford's Market Basket Stores?
Striking Market Basket workers this week called for customers to boycott stores-a move that upped the ante in a dramatic fight over the company's future.
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Mon Jul 21, 2014
Enterprise Bank in Tyngsboro robbed
Police were combing the area Monday afternoon searching for evidence in a bank robbery at Enterprise Bank on Middlesex Road.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
Kiddie Cat Jam with Thundercats Next Week in Westford
The children at this week's Kiddie Cat Jam are having a great time!We have another session coming up July 28th - 31. Sign your little ones up now!Register online at westfordrec.com Kiddie Cat Jam with Thundercats: Soccer will be a core sport played every day in which basic skills will be emphasized.
Westford pro-gun group turns to its newest challenge: DeLeo bill
Al Prescott, of the Westford Pro2A group, says this type of "grandfather's shotgun" a lever-action firearm replicated to look like a Winchester Model 94 would be only available to those who are approved by a local police chief if House Speaker Robert DeLeo's proposal becomes law.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
A gown and corsage never meant so much
When Patrick Conway knocked on her door a week before the Westford Academy prom armed with balloons spelling out an invitation to the dance, Brenna Siegfriedt almost couldn't control her excitement.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
2014 Ride/Run for Liv Held in Westford July 20
The 2014 Ride/Run for Liv will take place on July 20, at the 4H campgrounds in Westford .
Westford Earns Insurance Premium Credits
Strong risk management policies and ongoing efforts to control financial losses helped Westford to earn $37,860 on its workers compensation and property casualty insurance costs during fiscal year 2014 - which will be applied toward fiscal year 2015 premiums.
Selectmen asked to maintain private road
The issue of private roads surfaced once again at the selectmen's meeting on Tuesday night, when resident Howard Hall of Mountain View Avenue told the board that the road needs to be paved.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Region weathers the blast - Violent wind topples trees all over, sending people running for cover
HOLD ON TIGHT! Anastasia O'Malley of Westford, center, struggles with her daughters, nieces and volunteers as they try to get their tent under control when a severe thunderstorm blew over the Westford Farmers Market Tuesday afternoon.
Selectmen appoint residents to help with Ayer parking issue
As the town awaits a response from private landowner Phil Berry, a group of citizens known as the Ayer Train Station Advisory Committee are working to move forward with the long-awaited downtown parking facility.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Power Restored in Westford After Storm Hits Town
UPDATE, 8:16 p.m. National Grid is reporting that all but a handful of homes in Westford have power at this hour.
Lightning, wind cause problems in Westford
Wind and rain rolled through many towns on northern Middlesex County Tuesday night but in Westford it was the lightning that stole the show.
Westford Scout earns Gold Award
From left are Girl Scouts of Eastern Massachusetts Board Chair Elizabeth Stevenson, Lara Maria Dudley and Chief Program Officer Melanie Wills-Tavares.
Have You Seen Hufflepuff?
Have you seen this cat around town in Westford? Its name is Hufflepuff and it has been missing since July 5, according to HelpingLostPets.com .
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Citizens' Advisory Committee to Study Full-Day Kindergarten in Westford
The Westford School Committee has authorized the creation of a citizens' advisory committee to look at whether or not the town should implement a full-day kindergarten problem.
Looking for Work in Westford?
Are you out of work and looking for employment or do you have a job you can't stand and want something new? Check out the Westford Patch Jobs listing site at this link , powered by Career Builder.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Westford Home of the Week: 85 Tadmuck Road
This is 85 Tadmuck Road, a three bedroom, two bathroom home, offering more than 1,600 square feet of living space.
Brothers in arms, and breakfast
Members of the Sampson Air Force Base Veterans Association meet monthly at Comet's Diner in Tyngsboro, including, front row from left, Charlie Priest, Norm Morency, Mardy Marshall, Bob Courtemanche, Bob Cole; second row from left: David Cuthbertson, Carl Nelson, Bradley Smith; third row from left: Jim McLennan, Harold Carver, Roland Gibson and Ron ... (more)
Lowell Five praises work of David Karpinsky
David Karpinsky, vice president of finance at the Lowell Five Cent Savings Bank, was recently named to receive the bank's Employee Excellence Award for June.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Outdoor garden area, hideaway offer unique touch to Lowell Colonial
From an updated furnace and hot-water heater, to a screened-in porch and detached garage at the rear, and a front-lawn hideaway affectionately labeled "Pebble Beach," 445 Stevens St. has plenty of assets that make one forget its place at the busy corner with Parker Street in Lowell's Upper Highlands neighborhood.