Oh what a week this was in Lexington.
The week began with video of a , a 2-year-old Labrador retreiver she received from Canine Companions for Independence, a nation wide non-profit organization that trains and provides assistance dogs for persons with disabilities other than blindness.
But what followed that hear-warming piece took a turn for the worse, as police incidents revealed and an investigation into an alleged .
An , but didn't have much of an impact on Lexington as dispatch received no quake-related calls.
Before the shaking got started, school officials welcomed about that began at the Tuesday morning.
And, Tuesday night, the School Committee considered how it would deal with .
Also this week, , spoke with Patch about why he's running.
On Thursday, , was arrested for alleged indecent assault on a student. In court Friday,
Also on Friday, Lexington offiicals and residents were in serious prep mode for .