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Week in Review: Redistricting, Scholarship and Stamps

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

The Winchester School Department has decided to due to

in honor of James L. McKeown, late president of Cummings Properties. To be considered for the McKeown Scholar title and accompanying $10,000 scholarship, a candidate must be a legal resident of Winchester, and a high school senior in the upper 20 percent of his/her class, based on the most recently published class rank.

The price of stamps at your will be. A U.S. Postal Service (USPS) Forever stamp will increase by one cent, from 44 to 45 cents starting Sunday, according to the U.S. government-run USA.gov.

The girls’ field hockey team recently at Winchester High School and raised $500 to benefit the Breast Care Center (BCC).

For 2013, the school district is asking for a 7.36 percent increase over , which would equate to a $2,628,367 increase, making the 2013 school budget $38,349,537. In order to meet their budgetary needs, Superintendent William McAlduff said that

Town Clerk Mary Ellen Lannon to discuss her time as Town Manager and what residents can expect on this year’s ballot.

The Feng Shui Services of New England is

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