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Following police move to temporary station, unexpected public safety radio lapses require urgent fixes
Lexington’s recently approved new police station project includes many much-needed infrastructure upgrades. It does not, however, include funding for a…
On Oct. 12 the Semiquincentennial Commission (Lex 250) will officially launch the early stages of planning for the townwide activities commemorating the 250th anniversary of the Battle of Lexington and other historic events related to the “Birthplace of American Liberty.”
All of us at the Munroe Center for the Arts would like to officially welcome the Fall season – and what better way to do so then to spread the word about some exciting upcoming events?
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With “provocative” memo exploring committee changes, Town Manager sparks petition, flood of community backlash
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As COVID fades, I am reminded that we have not been able to mourn Hank Manz who died in 2020.
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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…