Monday, January 2, 2012

News Fit to Post--Holiday Edition

Westbrook school officials will be hosting a second public forum devoted to solving the upcoming budget deficit. (December 28)

Westbrook school officials
are looking at ways to combat substance abuse among students. (December 28)

Some neighbors of Pike
filed complaints about the company's blasting efforts throughout December. (December 28)

Westbrook elementary school students and teachers
tout the success of a growing anti-obsesity campaign. (December 27)

Members of the Westbrook-Warren Congregational Church
served a free Christmas meal to about 300 people. (December 26)

Developers are
looking at turning vacant St. Hyacinth buildings into housing. (December 21)

Westbrook's Finance Director
will step down from her post. (December 21)

Westbrook Housing officials
are looking at new strategies for selling three downtown condo units. (December 21)

The Westbrook Fire Department
continued a ten-year tradition of delivering gifts to children. (December 21)

- John C.L. Morgan

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