Category Archives: Neighbors Helping Neighbors

The Pickup Issue: Things You Can Fit in a Weston Truck

Those who have lived in Weston for some time will be familiar with The Purse Issue in the Town Crier. At least once a year, or possibly more, the indefatigable Weston photographer Barbara Elmes visits the streets of Weston for the best of purses. Shortly thereafter, my compatriots (oh, fine, the purveyors of real news, the Weston Town Crier) publish

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Weston’s Newest Traffic Engineer is a Real Turkey

The new intersection lines at North Avenue (Route 117) and Merriam/Lincoln Streets continue to cause mayhem among the residents and commuters of our semi-rural town. Commentary on the town community page shows what we all knew: we have the highest number of traffic engineers per capita in Massachusetts.* What you all did not know is that one of them is

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Swap Shed Operations Working Group Seeking Volunteers

Ah the Swap Shed. Apart from the watering trough and the Paul Revere bell, there is no other place as beloved as the Swap Shed, nor one that brings as many emotions out among Weston’s residents. For someone not born into the Weston fold, the absolute love of it somewhat defies belief. Weston is not alone in its love affair,

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Last Day to Sign Up for Waltham Boys & Girls Club Virtual Gala April 29

The Waltham Boys & Girls Club is hosting a virtual gala titled “Whatever It Takes” on April 29 to support its mission as a safe place to learn and grow – all while having fun. Club programs and services promote and enhance the development of young people by instilling a sense of competence, usefulness, belonging, and influence. This year, the Gala

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