Monday, May 20, 2013
Winchester native and MBTA Officer Richard Donohue Jr., who was injured in a shoot out with the Boston Marathon bombers talks about that night, his injuries and his recovery.
Winchester native and MBTA Police Officer Richard Donohue Jr. who was injured in a shoot-out night with the Boston Marathon bombing suspects, continues to recover from his injuries. Last Friday the 33-year-old officer was moved from Mount Auburn Hospital to Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, according to Boston.com. According to that story his recovery has entered the second phase and he will now concentrate on building strength in his legs so he can prepare to go home. During the shoot-out in Watertown, Donohue was struck in the leg and the bullet tore femoral artery, causing massive blood loss. The bullet is still in his leg. This past weekend Donohue spoke to Boston.com about his ordeal, how he's feeling and what lies ahead. Donohue, of…
Check out a sampling of video tours of Winchester homes and condos either up for sale or available to rent.
Are you looking to buy or rent a home in Winchester but you don't have the time to make it to open houses? Why not take video tours of each local property. Each week on Winchester Patch we will offer you video tours of some of the homes currently on the market in Winchester. Here is a sampling of video tours of Winchester homes and condos either up for sale or available to rent: Are you selling a Winchester property and have a video tour? Upload the video to this post. Make sure you have logged into your free Winchester Patch account before attempting to upload your video.
MBTA Officer Richard Donahue was shot and lay wounded in the driveway of RMHS teacher Dr. Jeffrey Ryan days after the Boston Marathon bombings.
RMHS teacher Dr. Jeffrey Ryan lives at the corner of Laurel Street and Dexter Avenue in Watertown, a neighborhood that he considered safe until the evening of April 18. That Thursday night, Ryan was enjoying school vacation and watching Django Unchained. He went to bed early after what he said was a normal day, only to be awakened a couple of hours later by the sound of gunshots. He had always believed that his neighborhood in East Watertown was "very safe" until the night of April 18. Before that night, the biggest problem he faced was intoxicated teenagers setting off fireworks. When he heard what he thought was gunshots, he hoped they were fireworks. He went downstairs to see what was going on and as he got closer, the noises got …
Check out some of the top stories on Winchester Patch last week.
Here are some of the top stories on Winchester Patch last week: Winchester Runner Reacts One Month After Marathon Bombing: Winchester resident Karina Chmielewski recalls how things have gone for her since the Boston Marathon bombings on April 15. Dog Killed in Accident in Winchester: The following information comes from the Winchester Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Winchester Man Loses Nearly $5,000 in Scam: The following information comes from the Winchester Police Department. When arrests are mentioned, it does not indicate a conviction. Board of Appeal Requests CVS Pay for Traffic Study: The Winchester Board of Appeal voted Tuesday night to have CVS Pharmacy pay for a peer review …
Check out our photo gallery comprised of user submitted images from the "Lucky 13" En Ka Fair.
Find out what is happening in Winchester on Monday, May 20.
Here is the 5 Things column for Monday, May 20 for Winchester: 1. Stormy weather? There is a 50 percent chance of rain Monday, as well as a possibility of thunderstorms, according to the National Weather Service's forecast for Winchester. Temperatures will reach a high of about 79 before dipping to an overnight low of around 57, according to the forecast. 2. Local meetings: Here is a look at Winchester meetings slated for Monday, according to the town website: 3. Job hunt: Check out the latest jobs available in the region on the Jobs section of Winchester Patch. 4. Fair photos: Did you take some awesome En Ka Fair photos? Upload them to this post! 5. In case you missed it: Check out the latest Home of the Week on Winchester Patch. Use …
Check out the different job openings posted to the Jobs section of Winchester Patch.
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Junior Jaclyn Paul, of Winchester, was inducted into the Sociedad Honoraria Hispanica (Spanish National Honor Society) at Austin Preparatory School in Reading.
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Check out the latest Home of the Week on Winchester Patch.
[Editor's note: The following information is courtesy of the New England Moves website.] Here is a look at the Home of the Week on Winchester Patch: 14 Herrick St. is on sale for $1,499,000. The six-bedroom, 3 full and two partial bathroom home is 4,494 square feet. The Victorian-style home sits on .37 acres. The house, which was built in 1900, features 13 total rooms, including a large gourmet kitchen, family room, library and front and back porches. Check out the photos attached to take a glimpse of the property.
The McCall Middle School Jubilation Singers will perform their annual Spring Concert, at 3 p.m. Sunday in the Auditorium.