Class of ’19 says goodbye tomorrow...

May 31, 2019 by

Published in May 31, 2019 WAKEFIELD — The Class of 2019 bids farewell to Wakefield Memorial High tomorrow morning in the Charbonneau Field House. Over 220 will graduate in front of their family and friends during the school’s annual commencement exercise, which begins at 10:30 a.m. While the public is welcome, space is limited and parking will be at a premium so you are advised to get to the venue early. “The Olympic Spirit” by John Williams will play as people take their seats. Members of the Class of 2019, led by Class Marshal John Roche, will come into the field house while the Wakefield Memorial High School Band under the direction of Thomas Bankert plays the processional “Pomp and Circumstance March No. 1.” The treasurer of the Class of 2019, Rohan Singhvi, will...

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Dombroski sets ambitious agenda...

May 31, 2019 by

Published in the May 31, 2019 edition. By MARK SARDELLA WAKEFIELD – In his first full meeting a chairman of the Town Council, Edward Dombroski last night outlined a sweeping agenda for the upcoming year. Dombroski said that he formulated what he called his “Wakefield 2020 Vision” (Fiscal Year 2020 begins July 1) after meeting personally with each member of the Town Council. He said that he incorporated ideas from residents as well. Dombroski broke his agenda into 10 broad categories beginning with infrastructure, although he noted that the proposals were not listed in order of importance. Under infrastructure, he said that he expected the “Envision Wakefield” downtown revitalization and infrastructure program, which he has taken a lead role in advancing, to continue moving forward. He also acknowledged the need to continue to improve...

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