Week in Review: Sandwiches, a Rail Trail Update and Protecting Hanscom

A look back at the most notable stories in Concord from the past week.

Concord welcomed March with a sight that had been missing from previous winter months: snow. While it wasn’t the blizzard that some had forecast, the storm that made its way through the area this week , leaving snow and rain in its wake.

Fans of the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail, which already makes its way through Lowell, Chelmsford, and Westford, found good news this week when the Concord Board of Selectmen agreed to enter into a Right of Entry with Acton. The agreement takes the next step in

Foodies were abuzz this week when we asked . Hundreds of readers voted in our poll with emerging victorious in

Lt. Governor Tim Murray this week made a move to help protect the state’s military bases. Murray’s executive order to establish the Commonwealth’s Military Asset and Security Strategy Task Force

We took to the archives this week, debuting two new features. On Wednesdays, you’ll be able to find the , an item pulled from the collection at the . Then, check in on Fridays for , as we look at some of the biggest, and sometimes amusing, stories that were happening in town 75, 50 and 25 years ago.

In other news:

  • State Senate candidate from Carol Amick
  • About Town looked at , and at celebrating
  • Concord-Carlisle over Medfield in tournament action


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