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The following incidents, selected from the Lexington Police Department logs, occurred during the week prior to Jan. 31, 2023.
The Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act Office (MEPA) will conduct both in person and remote (via Zoom) site visits to inform the general public — especially residents of Lexington, Bedford, Concord and Lincoln — regarding extensive proposed corporate hangar complex at Hanscom’s North Airfield. The public is welcome to participate in either or both of the sessions.…
Join LHS junior Maya Salafia on Sunday, Feb. 19, 5:00-7:00 p.m. in Faneuil Hall Marketplace’s Rotunda for a solo show that promises to delight!
Pilgrim Church and Hancock Church will host a lively Mardi Gras Service on Sunday, Feb. 12 at 5:00 p.m. at Hancock (1912 Massachusetts Ave., Lexington) in Clark Hall.
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At Tuesday’s School Committee meeting and public hearing, educators continue to advocate for changes to proposed FY24 budget
Arthur Katz of Lexington was born on May 5, 1925 into one of the only two Jewish families in Glastonbury, Conn., a small town outside Hartford.
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Exactly one week before MLK Jr. Day, fifty-five years after Dr. King gave his life so that we might get there one day, I was confronted with painful evidence that while we’ve made movement in the right direction, we are far from truly understanding and uprooting social bias.
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.
Pandemic Learning in Lexington
In Part 2 of this series, we heard about some of the strategies LPS is applying to support students socioemotionally…
In Part 1 of our series, Pandemic Learning in Lexington, we explored some of the socio-emotional, academic and mental health…
What are the socio-emotional, academic and mental health needs of LPS students right now, and how have they fluctuated throughout…