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Holiday Safety Tips from the Weston Police

The following Holiday Safety Tips are recommendations the safety and security of our residents during this holiday season. Holidays can be extremely busy, and people can become vulnerable to theft and other crimes. Celebrate with joy, but keep an eye out because scammers prey on the vulnerability of busy families. If You Are Traveling Protect Your Vehicle If a Stranger

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Update: Santa on a Fire Truck: December 20 (rain date December 21)

Santa is coming to Town and showing his support for the Weston Fire Department by giving the reindeer a night off, and hopping on the E-One truck for a shiny, lighted-up, festive drive around Weston on Wednesday, December 20 (rain date is December 21). This is a fantastic way to welcome the Winter Solstice which arrives that evening, not on

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Police Beat: Fireworks – Not Gunfire – on the Northside

The Weston Owl does not cover police happenings except as released by the Weston Police Department or other official town communications. The main reason for this is that police reports often contain information about someone’s super bad day and that is none of the Weston Owl’s business. You may not be aware if you are not a social media aficionado,

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Updated Agenda: School Committee Meeting Oct 30 and Meeting Materials. Also Soccer.

Update 10/29 5 pm: I have been informed by a School Committee member that the Science Department Review has been postponed and will not be discussed on October 30. There will be more time given to Engineering and Environmental Science discussion. Here we are, Weston, on the cusp of the Dark Season. In spite of owls being night creatures, the

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A Message from Weston Police

Re-posting for Weston Police: ## We are currently investigating a home burglary on Bayberry Lane, as well an attempted break-in on Wood Ridge Road. In both cases, the residents were gone from Friday, September 29th from about 3:00 p.m. to early afternoon on Sunday, October 1st. Anyone that saw anything suspicious or out of the ordinary please contact Det. Langley

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Weston’s September 11 Flag Ceremony on Town Green

The most moving September 11 memorial I know is the one held here in Weston each year since 2002. Every year, the community, including Weston Police and Fire, comes together to place 3,000 flags on the Weston Town Green, each flag representing one victim of the attacks. Participants should arrive at Town Green by 8:30 AM on Monday, September 11.  This

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