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Are you excited about Hocus Pocus 2 coming out on Sep. 30? Where are you planning to watch it? Reach out to [email protected] with details.

Life Science space seems to be popping up every where lately. Here's the latest project. The Trammell Crow Company is bu...
Former motel, Margarita's site getting new life in Lexington, here's what you need to know

Life Science space seems to be popping up every where lately. Here's the latest project. The Trammell Crow Company is building a 6-story facility for life science research and development use on Bedford Street north of Boston.

The Trammell Crow Company is building a 6-story facility for life science research and development use on Bedford Street in Lexington.


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Littleton Common, aerial view of Memorial Day flag display honoring our Veterans
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Week #1 of the "Skill for Life" Series is almost here! The first show is this MONDAY 2.28.2022. Make sure to register, you DO NOT want to miss this..... Show #1: Positive Spin: Using a combination of comedy, story-telling, music, imagination and yo-yos, Ooch teaches his audience how to look at and react to disappointment in a positive way by unlocking the power of PERSPECTIVE! Once able to see negative situations in a new light, students are then ready to level-up by learning how to "step back and reset" in times of frustration or anger. It only takes a couple of seconds to "step back and reset" and those precious seconds can change everything! Date: Monday, February 28th, 2022 Time: Doors open at 5:30pm / Show: 6pm-7pm Location: Littleton High School Auditorium Cost: FREE Ages: ALL Town Website: MyRec Registration Page: Presented By: Littleton Public Schools, Littleton Parks, Recreation and Community Education, Littleton Elder and Human Services Department/The COA, Town of Littleton Massachusetts Thank you to Middlesex Savings Bank for supporting our community and families thru a generous donation to make this series possible! Brett Outchcunis, an educator, entertainer, kid communicator and motivator known as “Ooch.” Ooch has a special place in Littleton as he preforms each year at the Camp Tahattawan. Like TED Talks for kids, Brett uses his experience, energy and his talents as a disc jockey and yo-yo champion to give individuals tools and techniques for navigating everyday life. For the first time, EVER, parents and kids are invited to participate TOGETHER in “Skills for Life,” a seven-week series of family programs designed to help build social and developmental skills.
JOIN The Ayer Cultural Council & the Friends of the Ayer Library TOMORROW for the Ayer Holiday Treasure Trove!! Books, Gifts, Treasures & Treats - November 6, 2021, Noon-5pm in The Great Hall, Town Hall, One Main Street in Ayer!
Join the Friends of the Ayer Library and Ayer Cultural Council at the Holiday Treasure Trove with shopping galore and extra fun, family-friendly treats! There’ll be a craft sale, a book sale, raffles, kids crafts, and local celebrities reading to kids in the Book Nook. Please consider bringing a broken/used/previously played with toy (1 per child) for recycling. Working with charitable mission partner Terracycle-Hasbro, you can give your well-loved toys and games a second life by recycling them. It helps out Santa, the Elves, AND the planet! The Ayer Holiday Treasure Trove will take place in the Great Hall at Ayer Town Hall on November 6 from noon to 5pm. For more information, contact [email protected] or [email protected]. Facebook event:
The US District Court (Boston, MA) has ordered US Marshals to deliver summonses this week to two (2) businesses located in Lowell, MA: (1) Defendant - JEANNE D'ARC CREDIT UNION; and (2) Defendant - SANDRA BOULAY, ESQ. (BOULAY LAW FIRM, LLC). Claims against the Defendants include (but are not limited to) evidenced violations to the Fair Debt Collection and Practices Act, 15 U.S.C. §§ 1692-1692p (Ref. HARIHAR v JEANNE D’ARC CREDIT UNION et al, Docket No. 20-cv-12293). Criminal complaints have additionally been filed with the FBI and the Massachusetts Office of the Attorney General - with the clear expectation that criminal indictments will be brought by Federal Prosecutors (and separately, by MA State Prosecutors) when an American Citizen has evidenced a criminal violation(s) and filed a criminal complaint, in conjunction with the civil his complaint. This legal action is also related to the ongoing Federal Lawsuit - HARIHAR v US BANK et al (Docket No. 15-cv-11880, US District Court, Boston, MA) and the evidenced Homestead Protection Errors identified by: (1) the Department of Justice (DOJ); (2) Federal Bank Regulators; and (3) the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. To learn more about the litigation history, go to: #consumerprotection #civilrights #debtcollection #creditunion #fraud #massachusetts
Last night the Board of Health and the Select Board debated a mask mandate. The BOH voted yes, the SB vote was 2-2 (so the mandate passes). At the meeting one SB member mentioned doing "research". When you bring up Google you are not "doing research" you are browsing the web. There were real public health experts on the call and your web browsing isn't the same as actual science. Another SB member said we shouldn't be "punished" because "those people" in Lowell aren't as responsible as we are. In case you missed it that's dog whistle racism at its finest. Lastly, another SB member said that Covid/Delta wasn't any worse for kids than the flu. That's simple a false statement probably generated by web browsing.
All Towns Welcome Electronic and Appliance Recycle Day First Baptist Church, 461 King Street, Littleton MA Date: July 31, 9 AM-2 PM Bring these items to the parking lot: . Small electronics items: Computer towers, Scanners, VCR, Printers, Copier 5 (Large 10-20),DVD, Stereo Equipment, Computer, Lighting, Vacuum, Answering Machine , Fax, Speakers, Compact disc., Circuit Boards, Radios, Record Players, Modems, Word Processor, Fans, Video equipment, Game Console, Xbox, etc., Tape Players, Typewriters(Anything with a plug and more)...$5 each. Appliances: Dishwasher, Dryer, Stove.$20 Microwave,...$10(small) Large $20 Lawn mowers, Ex. Equipment ..$10-$30, Snow blowers..$20 TV's and Monitors/Flat panel monitors: 18” - 26” …$20.00 ea 27”- 35” …$25.00 ea / Over 35” $35 Projection TV…$40.00 ea Ac ,Dehumidifier...$20, Refrigerators..$20(dorm) $40 Large, Dehumidifier.$20 Gril,20,Empty propane tank $10. $10 weight sets...$10, Threadmill..$20 No charge on these items :Keyboards, Car Batteries , Cables, wire and cell phones. Also included: Bicycle Recycle Day, no fee. Bring your unwanted old or new bicycle and drop it off, it will be reused again. Mountain, Road, BMX, Cruiser, ( Old to current)/New, Kids, etc. Our aim is to keep bikes from being thrown out when they can be reused. (We can pick up bicycles if you cannot get them there)
NEXT SUNDAY, 7/25 @ 4p-6p, on Westford Town Common, join us for an all ages outdoor show with The Joy Reo Trio (jazz+) who will delight us with some fun, soulful, sassy Jazz tunes. The trio comprises Joy Reo on vocals, Diane Heffner on clarinet and saxophone (both from Stow), and Molly Flannery (from Littleton) on piano. TICKETS: $40/Family, $15/person, $10/Seniors & child under 12 * Bring your own chairs or blanket and stay at least six (6) feet away from the nearest neighbor * Non-vaccinated attendees must wear masks while entering and exiting the Common and during the event * Parking is available at the former fire station parking lot, JV Fletcher library, and along Lincoln St. #livemusic #summerconcertseries #outdoorconcert #joyreotrio #joyreo #dianeheffner #mollyflannery #pcawestford #parishcenterforthearts #westfordma
Thank you in advance for visiting the Groton Shaw's this month in support of ArtsNashoba!
This Wednesday night at 6:30 p.m., the Littleton Cultural Council sponsored Littleton: Do Your ARt! a FREE online workshop for creatives and artists of ALL genres. * Learn productivity strategies * Clarify goals * Get and stay motivated * Elevate your mood The event if free but registration is required. The workshop is interactive and informative. All attendees will receive a FREE Do Your ARt! Workbook.**