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Winchester News is part of INN NewsMatch fundraising program

Winchester News is part of INN NewsMatch fundraising program

The following was submitted by the Institute for Nonprofit News (INN) Network: For the second consecutive year, local match funding secured by nonprofit news organizations surpassed matching support provided through the national NewsMatch program. Each year as part of NewsMatch, nonprofit newsrooms, such as the Winchester News, secure individual donations

Health Department announces more hazardous waste disposal days for 2024

Health Department announces more hazardous waste disposal days for 2024

The following was submitted by the Winchester Health Department: Winchester has joined the Minuteman Household Hazardous Products collaborative. Residents now have eight (8) free opportunities to dispose of their household hazardous waste in nearby Lexington, one day each month from April to November. The following dates are available, with five

John Dunleavy wins 2024 Employee of the Year Award at MDSC annual conference

John Dunleavy wins 2024 Employee of the Year Award at MDSC annual conference

The following was submitted by the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress: Boston Bruins veteran employee John Dunleavy, of Winchester, has been named the Massachusetts Down Syndrome Congress’ Employee of the Year. The award was presented on stage at the Awards Luncheon of MDSC’s 40th Anniversary Conference. Bruins defenseman Charlie McAvoy,

WIN Fast Forest planting re-scheduled for May 4

WIN Fast Forest planting re-scheduled for May 4

The following was submitted by Prassede Calabi on behalf of the Fast Forest committee: The WIN Fast Forest planting event set for April 20 has been re-scheduled to May 4, with a rain date of May 5. The event will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Sen. Jason Lewis announces evening, virtual office hours for April 16

Sen. Jason Lewis announces evening, virtual office hours for April 16

The following was submitted by Sen. Jason Lewis’s office: State Sen. Jason Lewis will be holding evening, virtual office hours on Tuesday, April 16, from 6 p.m. to 7 p.m. These office hours will replace regularly scheduled virtual office hours which are canceled on April 15 due

League of Women Voters presents ‘Girl Talk’ documentary

League of Women Voters presents ‘Girl Talk’ documentary

The following was submitted by the League of Women Voters of Winchester: On Tuesday, April 23, The League of Women Voters of Winchester is proud to present a showing of the documentary film, “GIRL TALK,” beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Winchester Public Library, 80 Washington St., in

Winchester business shortlisted for UK StartUp Award 2024

Winchester business shortlisted for UK StartUp Award 2024

The following was submitted by Adam Allen-Rogers: Winchester-based startup AI Fit has been named a finalist ahead of the South East final of the UK StartUp Awards. The UK StartUp Awards was launched to recognize the booming start-up scene across the UK, which has accelerated over the last few years

LET panelists discuss healthy approaches to post-high school pathways

LET panelists discuss healthy approaches to post-high school pathways

The following was submitted by the Network for Social Justice: On Monday, March 25, the Leaders for an Equitable Tomorrow (LET) program welcomed teens, parents, and community members from Woburn and Winchester to a panel discussion on Healthy Approaches to Post-High School Pathways. Hosted at the James L. McKeown Boys

‘Romancing the Winds’ concert to take place April 7

‘Romancing the Winds’ concert to take place April 7

The following was submitted by the Winchester Community Music School: On Sunday, April 7, come enjoy “Romancing the Winds,” two exquisite and romantic chamber pieces performed by a woodwind quintet with piano, a rare combination in chamber music, at the Winchester Music School, 407 Highland Ave., beginning at 3 p.