Monday, October 10, 2011

Catching Up

- President Obama referred to the damage on Westbrook's Cumberland Street bridge as a reason for why Congress should pass the American Jobs Act. (October 6)

- The Seventh-day Adventist Church
bought the former Warren Memorial Library building and plan to make it the regional headquarters of the organization. (October 5)

- Chipotle
is planning to open a new shop in the Westbrook Crossing shopping plaza. (September 29)

- Fajita Grill
re-opened about a week after being raided by federal agents for allegedly employing illegal aliens. (September 28)

- City Council
wrestled over the regulation of fireworks within city limits. (September 28)

- Long-distance swimmer Pat Gallant-Charette
was featured in Sports Illustrated's "Faces in the Crowd." (September 26)

- School Committee
adopted a new policy on laptops issued by Westbrook schools. (September 21)

- Hassan Faraj, an Iraqi immigrant,
plans to open a new convenience store in the location of the former Salvation Army building downtown. (September 14)

- John C.L. Morgan

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