Week in Review: Bill Gates, Field Issues and Miracle Baby

Check out some of the top stories from Winchester this past week.

restaurant at TradeCenter 128 in Woburn. The private event was co-hosted by Winchester resident and Beacon Grille owner Bill Cummings and his daughter, Dr. Marilyn Morris of New Rochelle, NY.

The Field Development Committee told the for youth sports organizations to use the fields. They would then create two revolving accounts with those funds, in order to pay for upkeep, and, in the case of Manchester Field, a new artificial turf, when the time comes.

Winchester resident, Kerry Kawai and her daughter, Ava,

A at Cross Street at the request of Tighe Trucking, Inc. A railroad siding was also installed, allowing freight trains to come off the commuter rail for the delivery to the backside of

Cynthia Scarano Executive Vice President of Pan Am Railways attended the meeting and informed residents that

It will cost Winchester residents

The Board of Selectmen unanimously voted to approve an increase in fees at the Town Clerk’s office, which include birth certificates, death certificates, marriage certificates and building permits, among other forms and permits.

The Winchester Soccer Club informed the Board of Selectmen that they have

has quickly become the largest self-serve frozen yogurt chain in New England with the help of its Winchester shop, according to the News Times.


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