Bylaw changes headed to Town Meeting...

Oct 31, 2018 by

Published in the October 31, 2018 edition By MARK SARDELLA WAKEFIELD — A number of changes to the town’s General Bylaws will go before the Regular Town Meeting that is set to open Monday, Nov. 5 at 7 p.m. in Veterans Memorial Auditorium at the Galvin Middle School. Bylaw Review Committee chairman Daniel Lieber reviewed the proposed changes with the Town Council Monday night. He reminded the board that the Bylaw Committee has been working since November of 2016 and has solicited and received input from many sources, including town departments heads, boards and committees and individual citizens. He said that the goal of most of the changes was to simplify, apply consistency and remove unnecessary language. Lieber said the articles to be presented at Town Meeting address 10 different topics. Articles 14 codifies...

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PHOTO: Going. Going. Gone!

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Published in the October 31, 2018 edition

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Strong performance at League Meet has Warriors ready for postseason...

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Published in the October 31, 2018 edition WOBURN — The boys’ cross country team continues to perform in big races, setting the stage for a repeat performance at the Division 3 Eastern Massachusetts State Championship to be held a week from Saturday. The Warriors raced to a third place finish at the Middlesex League 12 Championship on Monday at the Woburn Country Club. Arlington came away with an upset victory over Lexington, currently ranked 3rd in Massachusetts. Both Arlington and Lexington could very well be ranked in the top 5 when the next rankings come out this week. The individual winner was 2017 National 5K Champion Ryan Oosting. He finished the new 5K course in a blazing 14:52. The Warriors continue to close the gap between their first and fifth runners as they have...

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Bernard J. Mayne, 66

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A family man who enjoyed Boston sports, gardening, reading Published in the October 31, 2018 edition NORTH READING — Bernard J. Mayne, 66, of North Reading, formerly of Malden, died on October 21, 2018. Born on July 5, 1952 to Thomas E. and Marie Mayne, Bernie was raised and educated in Malden. He was a 1970 graduate of Malden High School and received his bachelor’s degree from Northeastern University. He worked as a computer programmer and analyst for many years and retired from the U.S. Treasury Department after 12 years of service. Bernie was an avid fan of all Boston sports. He enjoyed gardening as well as reading. First and foremost, he was a family man who enjoyed the company of family and friends. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine M. (Policelli) Mayne...

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