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Business, Local Connections
The Lexington Center salon is inviting area nonprofits who need help with fundraising to stop by to see how Hair Cuttery might be able to help.
Don Wilson, a third-generation farmer at Wilson Farm, received a prestigious award for a lifetime of service to agriculture from the Directors of the Eastern States Exposition.
What would you like to see in this empty space in East Lexington?
The zoning change for the proposed Target/Canyon Site project was denied by Burlington's annual Town Meeting last night.
The new Lexington branch, celebrating its grand opening on Saturday, May 19, is located at 419 Lowell St.
Burlington's Town Meeting will take up the zoning change for the proposed Canyon/Target project first thing Monday evening, and a special procedure will allow everyone -- Lexington residents included -- to speak.
Lexington-based QD Vision, Inc., a nanotechnology company, is a leader in the use of quantum dots to dramatically improve lighting.
What would you like to see in the former home of Chestnut Hill Gallery?
Business, Patch's House & Home
It's the seventh award in the eight years for the Lexington-based design and build firm.
The low price around town is $3.79, while the high creeps up on the $4 mark.
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