Week in Review: A Look Back at 2011
Here's some of the top stories that ran last week.
With 2011 officially coming to an end, we looked back at the year that was in Winchester.
- We picked the 10 biggest police stories from 2011.
- There was the top-10 most important school stories from the past 12 months.
- If you’re into reading, with the help of Book Ends, check out the top-10 books from last year.
- And with last year’s override, we listed the 10 biggest news stories of the past year.
Also, don’t forget to check out our top five most expensive sold homes from 2011 in Winchester.
A senior deputy sheriff in the Middlesex Sheriff's Office paid a $5,000 fine after admitting to soliciting donations for a campaign fundraiser for then-Sheriff James DiPaola from subordinate office employees during work hours, a violation of the state's conflict of interest law, the State Ethics Commission announced in a press release.
With Christmas this past week, who could forget the holiday blizzard of 2010? In case you don't remember, here are some pictures of the snowstorm that hit the Commonwealth on Dec. 26, 2010.
The Winchester Soccer Club has begun exploring the possibility of purchasing and developing two properties at 120 and 134 Cross Street – the Computer Fulfillment lot and the Marotta property – and creating them into playing fields.