Local nine pick up huge league wins over Stoneham, Burlington...

May 16, 2019 by

Published in the May 16, 2019 edition. By DAN PAWLOWSKI WAKEFIELD — The Wakefield High baseball team knew these two had a chance to define their season. After a four-game losing streak, three of which came against Middlesex Liberty programs Arlington, Woburn and Belmont, the Warriors reset their focus onto the Freedom Division with two games at friendly Walsh Field to help them get back to their chase for first in the division. Wakefield responded by beating Stoneham on Saturday, 6-3 and followed that up with a resounding 12-6 victory and a season sweep over Burlington on Monday. Chris Alden took the rock against the Spartans and continued to prove that the bigger the game, the better he is. The sophomore got Wakefield back in the win column allowing one unearned run in six innings...

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Dombroski, Santos to lead Town Council...

May 14, 2019 by

Published in the May 14, 2019 edition. By MARK SARDELLA WAKEFIELD – Edward F. Dombroski, Jr. was chosen last night to be chairman of the Town Council for the next year. Ann McGonigle Santos was tapped as vice chair. The Town Council typically reorganizes at their first meeting after the April Town Election. In addition to choosing a new chairman and vice chair, the Town Council last night welcomed new member Jonathan Chines and thanked Tony Longo for his years of service on the Board. Outgoing Chairman Peter May entertained nominations for the new chairman. Town Councilor Paul DiNocco nominated Dombroski. There were no other nominations. Chines asked if Dombroski would say a few words prior to the vote. Dombroski thanked DiNocco for the nomination and said that he hoped to represent the Town...

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