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Jenks talks on environmental issues

Jenks talks on environmental issues

Jenks speakers address optimization of major decision making and current events shaping the Commonwealth’s energy and environmental future. By John Brown, Ron Latanision, and Walter Hubbard  On March 8, Rich Adler, founder of DecisionPath, joined us to follow up on his February 2023 presentation, speaking this time on “Revisiting

More photos from the Fells

More photos from the Fells

Mary New continues to share some of the photos she takes when she’s out in her Wolcott Terrace backyard abutting the Middlesex Fells, although the first one is not from her yard.  Winchester News is supported by our community. Please donate to support our work.

Jenks Science & Technology group discusses antimicrobial masks and microelectronics

Jenks Science & Technology group discusses antimicrobial masks and microelectronics

Jenks speakers address antimicrobial face masks and the future direction of microeletronics By Ron Latanision, John Brown, and Walter Hubbard   The Wilson Science & Technology Forum in February included interesting, but perhaps unexpectedly, related presentations.  On Feb. 9, Professor Angel Serrano of Universidad Catolica de Valencia in Spain, spoke about

Chamber of Commerce makes donation to Winchester News

Chamber of Commerce makes donation to Winchester News

The Winchester Chamber of Commerce was pleased to extend a donation to Chamber member Winchester News.   The contribution serves as a testament to the Chamber’s appreciation for the pivotal role journalism plays in keeping citizens informed and connected. The Chamber’s Board of Directors extends its gratitude to all

Muraco alum Alan He gives back to alma mater

Muraco alum Alan He gives back to alma mater

Winchester resident Alan He attended Muraco Elementary School and is now an 11th grader at Winchester High School. From 2021 to 2023, Alan, his parents Xinya He and Cuiru Zhu, and his sister Fiona lived in Shanghai, China. It was there Alan attended Living Word Shanghai School, excelling academically and

Winchester celebrates MLK Day of Service on Jan. 15

Winchester celebrates MLK Day of Service on Jan. 15

Special to the News from the Network for Social Justice Jan. 11, 2024 The Network for Social Justice and Winchester ABC Chapter invite the Winchester community--including students, families with children of all ages, older adults, and faith groups--to attend the 5th annual MLK Winchester Day of Service. This year’s

How to run for public office

How to run for public office

Annual Town Election to be held March 26 Have you ever given it thought to run for public office? Would you like to volunteer your time to assist the Town of Winchester? Do you have experience and talents that can benefit the Town?  Well if so, here are a few

It's a girl!

It's a girl!

Special to the News from Winchester Hospital Jan 4, 2023 Winchester Hospital is celebrating the birth of one of the first babies born in the New Year. Meet Graziella Lee Romano, born at 3:13 am on January 1, weighing in at 6 pounds 10 ounces, 19.5” tall.  Mom

Holiday decorations around Winchester

Holiday decorations around Winchester

A brief review by Shreya Jha  The month of December is a time of winding down, reflecting, and getting ready for the new year. With winter vacation for students and a season of festivities, Winchester celebrates with extravagant decorations and a jubilant atmosphere. To start the month, Winchester’s annual

En Ka grant applications due on Tuesday

En Ka grant applications due on Tuesday

Special to the Winchester News Dec. 28, 2023  The En Ka Society is a non-profit charitable organization of over 200 women volunteers.  Our mission is to aid non-profit organizations and initiatives that serve the people of Winchester, its residents in need, and our town for public purposes. We provide both

First Congregational Church Christmas Eve services

First Congregational Church Christmas Eve services

Special to the News Dec. 20, 2023 We hope you will join us at First Congregational Church in Winchester (the big white church on the town common) for one of our three services on Christmas Eve. It is a beautiful time to gather with people, sing carols, pray for the

Christmas at Crawford, 2023

Christmas at Crawford, 2023

Special to the News Dec 16, 2023 We hope you will make Crawford part of your Christmas celebration this year (crawfordmethodist.org/Christmas-at-crawford) at 34 Dix St. We have three services planned on the day of Christmas Eve, and a community carol sing-along as well! Seeing that Christmas Eve is