Week in Review: Church Volunteer Arrested, Bank Robbery and Override Debated

Take a look at some of the biggest stories in Winchester from the past week.

A Bible Camp volunteer has been placed on unpaid leave following his arrest Tuesday, according to the Boston Globe.

Raymond McAllister, 20, of Woburn, with

On Tuesday, the at 7 Church St.

According to Lt. Peter MacDonnell of the , at 3:28 p.m. Tuesday police were alerted by a teller alarm at Soveriegn Bank. Winchester police responded to the alarm and learned a robbery had taken place.

The Winchester School Department is asking the town which would equate to a $2,628,367 increase, making the 2013 school budget $38,349,537.

However, in order to attain that increase, Superintendent William McAlduff admitted that residents would . Under Town Manager the school department would get a 5.2 percent increase.

Less than a week after Thomas Mortimer’s attorney, Denise Regan, requested the , Regan

According to the Boston Globe, President Obama is expected to announce that Massachusetts will be granted a waiver from the federal No Child Left Behind Law.

It's a move that Winchester Superintendent William McAlduff

second annual is just in time for Valentine’s Day. The event begins Saturday, Feb. 11 and runs through Sunday, Feb. 26.

is and staff have just one message for customers: don’t wait till the last minute.

Winchester outscored perennial rival North Andover 247.5 to 238.5 to win the on Saturday, Feb. 4. The Sachems last won the Sectional Tournament in 2008.

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