Advocates say that the rules meant to protect Lexington’s trees aren’t strong enough, that developers can find ways around them, and allege that the town is not adequately enforcing the existing bylaw.
A Lexington mid-century modern home gets a remake for aesthetics and accessibility on the next season of This Old House
The family is remodeling their home to make it accessible for their son, Caffrey, who was diagnosed with Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
The embattled superintendent of Minuteman High School is resigning, ending more than a year of tumult at the award-winning technical and vocational high school.
Beverly and Tashlich, by our nature contributor Elsa Lichman
Upcoming public performances include Lexington’s Porchfest and Boston’s Jazz Along the Charles
If you live in Lexington, you may not even realize that your electricity most likely comes from solar, wind, and other renewable energy sources. Through the town’s Community Choice Program, residents are, by default, enrolled in a 100% green energy program, which they can opt out of if they choose.
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We are excited to announce the beta launch of lexbudget.org, an interactive tool designed to encourage transparent, participatory, and collaborative government in Lexington.
Anyone who has passed by Wilson Farm in the past few months has surely noticed the old, white Greek Revival standing high on a hill, which seems to have appeared…
As we’re building our organization, we’re in desperate need of volunteers! All ages are welcome — for students, academic and community service credit available where appropriate.