Here's a look at some of the stories making headlines in the Winchester region this week:
Craigie on Main's Tony Maws to Open in Old Kirkland Space in Somerville: Tony Maws, chef at Cambridge's Craigie on Main, is planning to open a restaurant in Somerville in the Washington Street space formerly occupied by Kirkland Cafe.
New Gluten/Wheat Free Bakery to Open Tuesday: Something Sweet Without Wheat, the new gluten/wheat free bakery in East Arlington, will open Tuesday, Jan. 29, according to a Wednesday press release from its store manager, Teresa Fiore. The Woburn-based specialty bakery, which is also 95 percent dairy free and nut free, except for coconuts, is in the old Barismo spot at 169 Mass. Ave.
Melrose Appropriations Committee to Review Mayor's Proposed Pay Raise : The Melrose Appropriations Committee is expected to discuss Mayor Rob Dolan's proposed pay raise on Monday night. The Appropriations Committee is slated to meet on Jan. 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the Aldermanic Chamber at City Hall. The board set the committee's meeting date during their Tuesday night session. Eight Aldermen will need to vote in favor of the mayor's proposal for it to be approved. In a Dec. 26 letter to the board, Dolan requested a pay increase from $99,896 to $125,000. In a Jan. 15 letter to Aldermen, the mayor wrote, "I respectfully request that this Honorable Board amend Melrose Revised Ordinances, Chapter 48-1. Mayor. Part A. Salary, to read as follows: Effective January 1, 2014, the salary for the position of Mayor shall be $125,000 per annum.'"
: Paul Tancredi, 33, of East Boston was arrested on a warrant for alleged attempted murder, indecent assault and battery on person 14 or over, and assault and battery.