Week in Review: Town Manager Lost, Armed Robber in Court and Attempted Break-in
Here's some of the top stories from Winchester last week.
A Salem woman and two Winchester men were indicted Friday in connection to an alleged Craig’s List stolen car scam that resulted in victims being robbed at gunpoint, according to law authorities.
A Somerville man has been indicted and arraigned on charges alleging he robbed three convenience stores while armed, including the Dairy Barn in Winchester, according to Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone.
A Winchester resident created her own online-only style magazine.
The Winchester High School boys soccer teams are donating a turkey to the Pine Street Inn for every goal that they score this season. The Varsity, JV and Freshman teams have scored 70 goals combined so far.
The Winchester girls volleyball team participated in the second annual "Serve for the Cure" to raise money for the Susan G. Komen foundation.
The Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC) announced that 23 Winchester residents or businesses have contracted with Alteris Renewables to install solar photovoltaic (PV) through MassCEC’s Solarize Mass pilot
The Winchester Public Library’s Fundraising Committee is planning for “An Evening in Paris” on Saturday, Nov. 5, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. to raise money for Sunday hours.
The School Committee unanimously voted to keep peanut butter on the school lunch menu.
Be sure to enter our Halloween costume contest.
Be sure to check our photos of the environmental fair from last week.