The family of Brendan Reilly, a local resident who suffered from mental health problems and was fatally shot by a Lexington police officer in Feb. 2022, has filed a wrongful death suit against the Town, the officers involved, and care providers who allegedly failed to administer Reilly’s antipsychotic medications.
The families, mostly from Haiti and Venezuela, have been placed in two local hotels, where they are receiving assistance from the Massachusetts National Guard as well as LexRAP and other local organizations.
“Many people are looking for a space where they can have a drink, maybe listen to some music, get together with friends,” one resident said. Another put it more bluntly: “We need a bar!”
A helpful explainer on the new electricity prices for residents enrolled in Lexington’s Community Choice Program
This Thai-inspired dish lets you savor deliciousness while on the go.
“It’s not about winning or losing, it’s about them being part of a team where students with and without disabilities are working together.”
Aerial photos of the new roundabout and island near the Battle Green.
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