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Sen. Jason Lewis receives award from the United Way

Sen. Jason Lewis receives award from the United Way

The following was submitted by the office of Sen. Jason Lewis: State Sen. Jason Lewis was recognized by the United Way of Massachusetts Bay in a ceremony at the State House on June 6, 2024. Awardees were nominated for being champions of community voice and initiatives that further economic justice

Griffin  Museum offers summer exhibits, talks

Griffin Museum offers summer exhibits, talks

The following was submitted by the Griffin Museum of Photography: The Griffin Museum of Photography, 67 Shore Road, is pleased to announce the opening of several exhibitions at the museum this summer. These exhibitions will showcase the diverse and innovative work of both emerging and established photographers, reinforcing the museum’

Helpers Among Us - The swap shop

Helpers Among Us - The swap shop

Everyone in Winchester who donates used goods to the transfer station’s “swap shop” is a helper among us. And maybe you’re wondering where all that stuff goes if it doesn’t get taken away.  Well, there’s a group of about 15 volunteers whose members are there every

Juneteenth celebration to be held in Woburn on June 15

Juneteenth celebration to be held in Woburn on June 15

The following was submitted by Social Capital Inc.: On Saturday, June 15, Social Capital Inc. (SCI), the Woburn Public Library and the City of Woburn are hosting the city’s 4th annual celebration of Juneteenth in partnership with St. John’s Baptist Church of Woburn, WMHS EmbRACE Club, WMHS Step

Winchester Cultural District hosts Riverwalk exhibit tours

Winchester Cultural District hosts Riverwalk exhibit tours

The following was submitted by the Winchester Cultural District: On Saturday, June 15, join volunteers from the Winchester Cultural District for a guided tour of the Winchester Riverwalk exhibit, beginning at 10:30 a.m., from the Jenks Center, 109 Skillings Road, Winchester. Anchored by four sculptures, the Riverwalk exhibit

Young artists liven up sidewalk, stairs at Bespoke of Winchester

Young artists liven up sidewalk, stairs at Bespoke of Winchester

The following was submitted by Judy Mastrocola, creative director at Bespoke of Winchester: Upon arriving to the Bespoke showroom on Wednesday (6/5), there was a container of sidewalk chalk. Soon, a group of young artists, guided by Miss Cherry, walked by. Chalk - Children - Stairs. Fun was to

Winchester student transportation project is for kids

Winchester student transportation project is for kids

The following was submitted by Prisma eighth-grade student Charlie Lin: My name is Charlie, and I made this cool little poster here! I’ve been working on a community service project for my school for the past few weeks. I decided to research public transit in Winchester before trying to

Share your thoughts on concept designs for the Mystic Lakes Path

Share your thoughts on concept designs for the Mystic Lakes Path

The following was submitted by the Mystic River Watershed Association: The Mystic River Watershed Association (MyRWA) is inviting members of the public to attend the third public meeting for the Mystic Lakes Path Improvements Project, to be held on Tuesday, June 11, from 6-8 p.m. via Zoom. To register,

Winchester High School graduates Class of 2024

Winchester High School graduates Class of 2024

The Class of 2024 saw their high school graduation not only as a recognition of graduating after four years, but as a belated acknowledgement of graduating middle school in 2020 during the pandemic. “We’re here not to celebrate just the last four years, but the last seven,” Class President