By Robby McKittrick
Hometown Weekly Reporter
On Saturday, September 29, thousands of families, friends, and kids visited Westwood High School to experience Westwood Day.
This is the 7th year that the Westwood Recreation Department has run the event, and it is always popular among the residents of Westwood. However, this year in particular boasted a huge...
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Westwood Youth Lacrosse is set to hold a Hot Shot contest at this year’s Westwood Day, September 29, from 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. All are welcomed to enter to compete. Westwood Youth Lacrosse will have radar guns on hand to capture the speeds of contestants’ shots. The top three fastest shots in each grade K-8...Read more
By Laura Drinan Hometown Weekly Reporter A group of teens at the Westwood Public Library chatted enthusiastically amongst one other. Some sat in a circle on the rug folding pamphlets for the annual Harry Potter Night, while others gathered at one of the tables, carefully cutting out letters to spell the names of the four houses. Although...Read more
Forty buckets full of help and hope. That’s how First Parish of Westwood, UCC showed its support to recovery efforts after the devastation caused by recent hurricanes. In the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster, monetary donations are usually the most effective response. However, it did not go unnoticed that many people were looking for more...Read more
Nearly a ton of recyclable cardboard, bottles, cans, and rigid containers were rescued from the landfill at this year’s Westwood Day. Fairgoers and vendors generally followed the rules of "no food or plastic bags" in the recycling bins, which were paired with trash carts throughout the...Read more