This week opened with a reopening ceremony for after extensive restorations at the historic Lexington landmark.
Sunday’s ceremony was wonderful and well attended, the selectmen said at their meeting on Monday.
Also at the Sept. 26 selectmen’s meeting, the board , decided on locations for electric-car charging stations and agreed to move the .
A bit of bad news from Monday: the boys varsity , a 2-0 loss at Winchester.
Tuesday evening, more than 100 Lexington residents . Earlier in the day, a car accident near the was a fresh reminder of the .
On Wednesday, s, including possession of a Class B substance and possession of a Class B substance with intent to distribute. The man, 24-year-old Leo Boer, of 56 Robbins Road, Lexington, was also charged with trafficking cocaine.
Throughout the week, we featured stories of Lexington residents acting for a cause, like LHS junior Stephanie Wilson, a diabetic leading a group of teens and adults walking as the "LIVE-abetes" team in this weekend's JDRF Walk.
And then there was the one about the young ladies from the Lexington United Soccer Club participating in this weekend’s , who’s in remission after battling leukemia since last July.
On Friday night, the , a fundraiser for ovarian cancer research in memory of Molly Eisenberg, an LHS grad and former volleyball star who died of ovarian cancer in October 2009, at age 19.
And on Saturday started . First up was the , followed that evening by the .