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Walpole Trails Committee wins grant

The Walpole Trails Committee was recently notified that it won a Recreational Trails Program (RTP) Grant in the amount of $14,000. The money will be used for the construction of a 250 foot long boardwalk through the School Meadow Brook wetland, which is on the east side of Washington St. in Walpole across from the...
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Westwood signs Community Compact

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By Katrina Margolis Hometown Weekly Reporter This past Tuesday, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito arrived at the Westwood Public Library to sign the 245th Community Compact in the Commonwealth. These compacts are a tool the Baker/Polito administration utilizes to strengthen the partnership between cities and towns and the Commonwealth. “This was the governor’s very first executive...
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Walpole Town Forest Celebrates 100th Anniversary

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By Rachel Borman Hometown Weekly Correspondent One thousand white pine saplings were planted in the Walpole Town Forest on Sunday, May 1, in honor of the forest’s 100th Anniversary. The first tree was put down by Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito. This was reminiscent of the original 1916 ceremony, where the initial tree was planted by one...
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Medfield signs Community Compact with state

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By Josh Perry Hometown Weekly Staff

Last week, Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito made a stop at Medfield Town Hall, joined by town and school officials, to sign a Community Compact, a voluntary agreement by the Town of Medfield to implement “best practices” in return for support from the state to...

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