Week in Review: Thanksgiving Football, Alleged DUI
Check out some of the top stories from the past week in Winchester.
Heading into Thanksgiving Day, A Tavola owner Vittorio Ettore answered Patch readers questions on cooking. Then, on the holiday, columnist Sarah Cawley discussed the dilemma of splitting time between multiple homes, while the Winchester High football team suffered a 56-0 loss at home to Woburn.
Earlier in the week, on Monday, an alleged drunk driver hit an Irving Street home, which caused her 2004 Ford Fusion to flip. A backpack was also allegedly stolen from a valet attendant at Winchester Hospital.
Also this week, Winchester native Stephen Homsey arrived in Escondido, Calif. Homsey walked there from his hometown to raise money for Multiple Sclerosis research. Later, on Saturday, Winchester soccer players held games to benefit Milan Moosavizadeh, who suffered a heart attack while playing in May 2010.
This coming Monday, it’ll be Madness in Winchester Center, and columnist Betsy Wild wrote about the importance of buying “Made in America” products.