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Town Manager Jim Malloy has appointed Hemali Shah to serve as Lexington’s second-ever Chief Equity Officer.
Pilgrim Church is excited to launch a new event this holiday season.
This year’s annual Sports Night was the 56th anniversary of two prestigious awards: the Chief Rycroft Award and the Mary Dailey Award.
Join Hancock Church for Advent! On Christmas Eve hear the full story of Christ’s birth through scripture and carols at our more traditional services at 5:00pm and 8:00pm.
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This week’s School Committee Roundup: Administrators share updates on new African American History course, Elementary World Language planning with METCO families
Liam Paul Emsbo Mattingly, beloved son, brother and friend, age 23, passed away suddenly on Nov. 13, 2022 in Rochester, New York.
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Many individuals within the Lexington community are passionate about creating change around youth mental wellness, especially the teens themselves.
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…