Dirty Doodle Coming to Reading:
Stoneham resident Kaitlyn Fusco is opening The Dirty Doodle, a new dog boutique and self-wash facility, at 143 Main St., Reading. Stop by for the "projected grand opening" the weekend of Saturday, Nov. 10.
Instead of taking your dog to the groomer, you can bring your dog to the Dirty Doodle and use their equipment to wash and dry your pup. You can make an appointment if you want to secure a spot, but an appointment is not necessary. The cost for a wash is $16 and that includes use of their tubs, towels, hydraulic tables for blow-drying and a wide variety of shampoos and conditioners. The Dirty Doodle will also offer organic dog foods and treats, dietary supplements, designer collars and leashes, seat belts and other products your furry friends will love.
Coyote Spotted Near Elementary School:
A secretary at Linden School in Malden confirmed that a coyote had been spotted near the school grounds, but that students were never in any danger and that police responded to the scene.
Recess ended a few minutes early today after the concern was raised by parents that spotted the canine, she said.
Animal Control Officer Kevin Alkins was not immediately available for comment Friday afternoon, but told WCVB news that the animal appeared injured and was not a major threat to safety.
Liquor License Passed for Joe Fish in North Reading:
Owners of Joe Fish in North Andover Jim Demetri and Jim Dietz went before the selectmen Monday night to have their liquor license approved for the new Joe Fish restaurant that will be located in the old Piccadilly Pub space in North Reading. The liquor license was approved unanimously.
Five Massachusetts residents were charged with theft after attempting to steal apples from an orchard at Mack's Apples in Londonderry, NH this week.