By Max Bowenmbowen@wickedlocal.com
Control of the site of a much-contested 40B development may be returned to the town this fall. At Tuesday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, it was announced that an agreement had been reached between the town and Davis Marcus, the developer behind the 260-unit Forbes Hill project.
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We can all use a good book.Megan Schmitz, a member of the Friends of the Westwood Library, arranged a massive donation of books to four different libraries in Houston that have been ravaged by the effects of Hurricane Harvey. She contacted Donna Cantarella, librarian for the Downey School, about donating the books there, but was told of those in Houston.
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Following a lengthy investigation, Norwood Police, working with other area departments, made an arrest of a man suspected in the distribution of narcotics.According to information posted to the department’s Facebook page, Sean Cole, 40, of 1132 Washington St, Apt. 2R, Norwood, was arrested at his home last Friday. Cole had been the subject of an investigation by Det. Anthony Lopes and Det. Sgt.
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Selecting a term
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Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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