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Parents hear of the dangers of vaping

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Published November 6, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — Two dozen parents were given a crash course about the world of vaping during an Oct. 29 presentation in the Al Merritt Center. A Healthy Lynnfield sponsored the presentation. Substance Abuse Prevention Coordinator Peg Sallade recalled that she previously worked with the Massachusetts Department of Public Health’s Tobacco Control Program in the mid-1990s when the state “was going smoke-free in restaurants and bars.” “We have come a long way since then because not a lot of people smoke anymore,” said...

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LCWD eyes rate changes this winter

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Published November 6, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — Lynnfield Center Water District officials are looking to overhaul the district’s rate structure this winter, Superintendent John Scenna said during the Board of Water Commissioners meeting last week. Scenna recalled that the Water Commissioners recently hired Raftellis to assist the board and the newly-formed Rate Setting Committee with helping the district establish new water rates. “The proposed schedule is to have this done by February,” said Scenna. “We want to have this presented to our customers in February and new...

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The Beatles rock the Meeting House

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Published November 6, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — The Beatles’ musical impact continues to resonate today, music educator Bill Sano told a large crowd in the Meeting House on Oct. 31. The Friends of the Lynnfield Library sponsored Sano’s presentation. Assistant Library Director Abby Porter said Sano has been a pianist, organist, vocal music teacher and choral conductor for almost 50 years. “Bill holds degrees in music from Baldwin-Wallace College in Ohio and the New England Conservatory in Boston,” said Porter. “He was a music director for the...

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Melissa Wyland a finalist for permanent HHS post

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Published November 6, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — Huckleberry Hill School Interim Principal Melissa Wyland was named the lone finalist for the permanent job last week. In a letter sent to parents and guardians, Superintendent Jane Tremblay said Wyland was the only internal candidate who applied for the permanent principal position. Wyland has been leading Huckleberry Hill School this year after former Principal Brian Bemiss left last June in order to become the next principal of Fisher Elementary School in Walpole. Bemiss led Huckleberry Hill for 10 years....

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PHOTO: Halloween memories

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Front Page: November 6, 2019

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Rising from the ashes, Haunted High School impresses

Posted by on Oct 30, 2019 in Lynnfield News | Comments Off on Rising from the ashes, Haunted High School impresses

Published October 30, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — It’s the spookiest time of year. Over a thousand people came together to get scared and have some laughs during Haunted High School’s triumphant return on Saturday, Oct. 26. After a seven-year hiatus, the Lynnfield High School Class of 2021 and Lynnfield Community Schools joined forces in order to resurrect Haunted High School from the dead. “It’s a huge success,” said Community Schools Director Michaelann Herook. “The high school kids did a fantastic job. It’s a great community event.” High...

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Village Pharmacy to close Nov. 7

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Published October 30, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — It’s the end of an era. In a surprising turn of events, the people at Village Pharmacy announced this week that the town institution will be closing its doors on Thursday, Nov. 7. Village Pharmacy’s upcoming closure comes two months after co-owner/registered pharmacist Brian Ambrefe passed away unexpectedly on Friday, Aug. 23. “It wasn’t an easy decision and it wasn’t something we wanted to happen,” said Village Pharmacy co-owner/registered pharmacist Bob Ambrefe in an interview with the Villager. “The memories...

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Permanent HHS principal search is on

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Published October 30, 2019 By DAN TOMASELLO LYNNFIELD — The search for a permanent Huckleberry Hill School principal is underway. Superintendent Jane Tremblay recently told the School Committee that the Huckleberry Hill permanent principal job has been posted internally. Former first grade teacher Melissa Wyland has been serving as Huckleberry Hill’s interim principal this school year. “I promised the parents and the faculty we will look for a permanent principal at Huckleberry Hill School rather quickly,” said Tremblay. “One of the things we have done traditionally is do an...

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Front Page: October 30, 2019

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