A look at plans for Lexington’s 300th Anniversary Celebration came marching in Monday morning.
Shortly thereafter arrived news that authorities from Lexington and Waltham shut down the roadway and evacuated businesses after a major gas leak at the town line on Waltham-Lexington streets.
High School Quiz Show shared some shots of the Lexington High team’s intellectual battle against the Lincoln-Sudbury squad, but the results of the match must remain secret until after the show airs in March.
First thing Tuesday we posted an update on the town’s search for a full-time Veterans Services Agent and the VFW’s vow to monitor the process with a watchful eye.
That night, we had a story on the selectmen’s decision to keep the White House on the warrant for annual Town Meeting, but left the door open for indefinite postponement.
A poll posted with the White House story indicates readers are in favor of demolishing the building and staring over. Is that what you think?
On Wednesday we posted stories about LexHAB’s housing plans for the Busa Land, a recipe from cooking columnist Sheila Duggan Chabot sure to make men eat quiche and Lexington Fire Department incident reports from the past week.
Thursday’s stories featured a video of local groundhog Ms. G predicting spring’s around the corner. We also had a poll asking whether Roseanne Barr could threaten Lexington resident Jill Stein’s aspirations of becoming the Green Party Presidential nominee (And yes, that Roseanne Barr.)
Friday featured a bit about tax time resources available to Lexington residents and an announcement that a School Committee candidate was withdrawing from the race.
On Saturday, we tried to help find a home for our Pet of the Week, Jym, a neutered Pit Bull mix and staff favorite at the Animal Rescue League who’s up for adoption.