Weston Public Library Some staff will be back in the building the week of May 25th to sort through the backlog of materials and to prepare for the state-allowed curbside service. Public curbside pick-up of materials is currently scheduled to be held one day per week, starting Friday, June 5th. See WestonLibrary.org for additional details when they become available. Please be patient with this current schedule, as the Minuteman system as a whole is affected. The Library will expand its curbside hours as they are able and safely. … [Read more...] about Reopening Weston: Town Department/Service Status
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BENGALURU: Small towns are leading the way in helping retailers and quick service restaurants restart business after nearly two months of closure, as many of them are part of the green zone where economic activity can resume.While sales and footfalls in small town stores would not match those in the metros, retailers say it is at least reassuring to get customers walk in and make purchases.Read also Rural markets to sharpen focus on value items in FMCG sector, urban for large size packs … [Read more...] about Retail, fast food biz reboot faster in small towns
If you spot Michael Palin in the street and quote Monty Python to him, don’t be offended if he stares back blankly at you. The 77-year-old star has admitted he can’t remember any of the lines from the famous films. … [Read more...] about TALK OF THE TOWN: Liz Hurley fears crooks stole her luxury luggage by copying code from her wireless key fob at service station
David Walliams jokes that he wanted to write a children’s book about an evil music boss – but gave up when he realised his pal, fellow Britain’s Got Talent judge Simon Cowell, was a better villain than anything he could create. … [Read more...] about TALK OF THE TOWN: Jessie Buckley cringes over one memory from her teenage years as Irish actress recalls her long march to success
O’Halloran: I’ll start with those players whose spot on the roster may be impacted by this fiasco. And it’s complicated. Does a player like defensive end DeMarcus Walker benefit from no in-person offseason program because the coaches know him? Do cornerbacks like DeVante Bausby and Davontae Harris stick minus OTAs or do the coaches lean toward rookie Essang Bassey, choosing potential over more-seasoned options? If the Broncos aren’t on the field until early August and play only two preseason games, it may initially benefit the players on defense who are familiar with Fangio’s system or the players on offense who have more NFL experience. But I also expect a ton of roster movement once the regular season starts and coaches figure out who can and can’t play. … [Read more...] about Keeler vs. O’Halloran: Which Broncos will be impacted most by not having regular offseason program?
Amy wasn't asked or picked to run for school committee; she stepped forward and volunteered, not because it would be easy, but because it is the right thing to do. The progress we have made and will continue to make as a country is because of people like Amy, stepping forward to be a part of something greater than themselves. I ask the voters of Andover to remember that as Americans we're all a part of something greater than ourselves and remember that this election is not about us, but the students of APS, our children and our future. … [Read more...] about Letter To The Editor Roundup: Andover Town Election Endorsements