Rotary Club Jail and Bail fundraiser May 2...

Apr 26, 2018 by

Posted on: Thursday, April 26, 2018 LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Rotary Club is hosting its second annual Jail and Bail fundraiser at MarketStreet Lynnfield on Thursday, May 3 from 3-7 p.m. The fundraiser will benefit the Reid R. Sacco Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Alliance and Reid’s Ride. The fundraiser will be held at the MarketStreet Green. Townspeople will be able to purchase a warrant to have willing friends, family, co-workers and others be arrested. Each warrant costs $10 and can be purchased at www.cancerinyoungadults.org/jail-and-bail. Arrest warrants and fees must be submitted prior to May 2. Arrestees will be notified of arrest warrants one week prior to the fundraiser. People who get arrested will receive a complimentary mug shot. Attendees will be able to enjoy entertainment on The Green while friends and family are...

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PHOTO: Hurry up spring

Apr 26, 2018 by

Published in the April 25, 2018 edition

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A look at Monday’s Town Meeting...

Apr 26, 2018 by

Published in the April 25, 2018 edition By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — Voters will decide the fate of the proposed Sagamore Spring Golf Club redevelopment project during Town Meeting on Monday, April 30. Town Meeting will commence at 7 p.m. in the Lynnfield Middle School auditorium. Town Meeting will feature electronic check-in and electronic voting just like October Town Meeting. A quorum of 175 voters is needed in order to conduct the town’s business. Atty. Ted Regnante, a Pocahontas Way resident, submitted four warrant articles as part of the proposed Sagamore Spring Golf Club redevelopment project, which are Articles 19 to 22. The Fairways Edge at Sagamore project entails building 154 attached over-55 condominiums on 105 acres along the popular course’s eastern side. Developer Ron Bonvie, the owner of Mashpee-based Bonvie Homes, has proposed...

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Developer: Wills Brook Village plan needs more review...

Apr 26, 2018 by

Published in the April 25, 2018 edition By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — Voters will be asked to approve only one of the two proposed Main Street elderly housing developments during Town Meeting on Monday, April 30. In a surprising turn of events, developer Angus Bruce requested that the selectmen refer Article 23, known as the Wills Brook Village development, to the Planning Board for further review during the Board of Selectmen’s meeting on Monday. Local attorney Jay Kimball submitted Article 23, which would have asked voters to amend a parcel of land located on Main Street and Janet Way from Residence D to Elderly Housing. Article 23 is unrelated to the proposed Fairways Edge at Sagamore Spring development that will be voted on at Town Meeting. The Wills Brook Village project entails building 66...

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Huckleberry Hill students showcase their talent at Spring Fine Arts Night...

Apr 26, 2018 by

Published in the April 25, 2018 edition By JILLIAN STRING LYNNFIELD — Huckleberry Hill School third and fourth grade students showcased their musical and artistic talents at the Spring Fine Arts Night on April 12. Art Specialist Kathleen Lorenzo and Music Specialist Kerrie Fraser have been working with the students on bringing their creativity to the next level in preparation for the event. In addition to having student artwork displayed throughout the hallways, Lorenzo transformed the Health and Wellness Center into an art gallery. “I wanted to give (the students) as close to a real gallery experience as possible,” said Lorenzo. Lorenzo brought in an outside vendor to mat and frame a completed piece for each third and fourth grade student. The frames hung from gallery-style racks and were labeled with student names and...

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Police hosting Take Back Day Saturday...

Apr 26, 2018 by

Published in the April 25, 2018 edition LYNNFIELD — The Lynnfield Police Department will participate in the U.S. Drug Enforcement Agency’s National Take Back Day initiative on Saturday, April 28, taking place from 10 a.m.-2 p.m.  The program is designed to reduce the availability of potentially hazardous pharmaceuticals by removing them from the home. Residents with any unused, unwanted and expired medications are encouraged to bring them to the Lynnfield Police Department at 55 Summer St. Townspeople should call (781)-334-3131 if they have any...

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