Town Meeting completed in three slog nights

By Peter O’Neil

Monday’s third and final night of Annual Town Meeting extended well past midnight, passing all but two of the nearly 50 articles it considered over three lengthy sessions. The 211 […]

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Fraud allegations brought against former leaders of Needham Junior Football and Cheer

By Jeanne Hopkins

Rhiannon Heckman, former president and cheer coordinator of the Needham Junior Football and Cheer program, and her husband, Caley Heckman, a former NJFC board member, are accused of taking more […]

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Public Health concerns prove fatal to Your CBD Store

By Peter O’Neil

Your CBD Store on Great Plain Avenue will close at the end of the month due to an enforcement action by the town’s public health division. The shop’s owner, Anna […]

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Conrad’s restaurant to fill empty Bertucci’s spot

By Frederica Saylor Lalonde

The long fallow space at 1257 Highland Ave. that formerly housed Bertucci’s may soon be abuzz with new activity. Bobby Conrad of Conrad’s restaurants signed a lease for the space […]

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All invited to participate in Indian festival

By Frederica Saylor Lalonde

The trees are in bloom, the birds are chirping and the sun is lingering a little longer in the sky — spring is here. In many parts of India, the […]

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Asian culture fest draws families to Town Common

By Jeanne Hopkins

A celebration of Asian cultures brought families to the Town Common on Saturday, May 11, for a Kid Craft Festival as part of Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month. Sponsored […]

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