Donations are pay what you can
Two locations to drop food for the Tewksbury Community Pantry
Parents can pre-pay for lunch
Board tackles Dunkin Donuts, Oliveira Farm and COVID this month
Tickets are on sale starting tomorrow
Retail marijuana zoning update on agenda for next meeting
19 seniors earned nationally recognized distinction
Chandler was a talented painter, baker and cook
Select Board meeting moved to tomorrow evening
Those 50 and over and four months from their last shots are eligible
It's great weather for a walking tour
Event scheduled for May 20
Residents may apply to recognize an outstanding educator
Event raised money to deliver cheer to seniors, veterans
Biagioni-Smith, Parsons take on TSEPAC committee assignment
Drivers should avoid Pleasant St. to Nelson St.
Registration is required
Meals may be picked up or eaten in
Local providers taking part in program
Check out Revolution Mortgage and a Small-Business Mixer
Drainage system will need to be dug up and reinstalled
Residents who took part in the recent flooding survey can hear results on May 23
This week is the second Shaw Tech Day of Beauty
Work will be conducted over 3 nights, 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Detours will be in place
The popular brewery draws large crowds and expects to hire up to 50 employees
After weeks of deliberations, Regan was chosen from among four finalists to lead the district
Spot zoning request was withdrawn
Yoga, meditation and walking our trails can improve mental health
Signups are encouraged
Please submit by May 18
Third-graders received balsam fir saplings
After some debate, funding for a combined DPW and school maintenance facility was supported by a wide margin
The new Zoning Bylaw isn't perfect. But it's a far sight better than what we have now
Here's what's happening in #Tewksbury this week
No flyer needed!
Tewksbury seniors and volunteers enjoyed entertainment and a catered lunch
FItzgerald, Mirisola, Geyer and McDevitt in the running for Senior of the Year honors
A Select Board pay cut is just one potentially contentious matter to come before TM
Mark 'Don't Fry Day' on your calendar
Enjoy pampering and a three-course lunch for less than $20
Starbucks expected to start construction soon
MOVA strives to advance victim rights
Tewksbury community market to feature local winery
Residents can meet the candidates for superintendent at TMHS
Superintendent search moves on to site visit/interview phase.
Find out about the designation and weigh in whether you think it's a good idea
Barry retains position as chair, with Braga elected clerk
The town spent $1,264 to stop underage drinking and recieved $99,918 in library aid
More than 60 students will take part in the production
Navarrete and Waugh auditioned at Symphony Hall
If you can't make tonight's session, there will be a second on May 1
Get your tickets for Foxwoods today or tomorrow
The town convenes three weeks from today
Ever thought of being a foster parent? DCF will hold an info session this week
A lengthy meeting for the newly reorganized board covered a wide range of topics
Family requests donations to American Stroke Association
Avoiding bites is best, but if you do spot a tick, follow these steps
Only three days left to purchase tickets!
Town meeting convenes in just a few weeks
More than 50 Tewksbury students earned high honors
Into Action Recovery was most recent awardee
Search committee moves four candidates forward
Donations honoring his memory may be made to The Hundred Club of Massachusetts
Visit Wamesit Lanes on Thursday from 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Resident Joan Unger voiced concern with the new bylaw
Trio of programs highlight Anne Sullivan's life
Outbreak!2022 runs from July 18 to July 29
Disciplinary action could include license suspension
Resident advocates for surtax on income of $1 million
Event is on rain or shine!
Jay Kelly passed a figurative gavel to new chair Todd Johnson
Adult and infant CPR, choking response and AED training were covered
Water main construction continues on Pike St. today
Pike St. will be closed for water main work starting today
Low turnout, lots of blanks and the return of retail politics
Duffy unseats Delaney for one Planning Board seat
Find candidate and other info, and watch the#Tewksbury Carnation for returns tonight
Kimball led the North St. from 2009 through 2017
Ryan student wins state award, library hosts Community of Artists exhibition
Town clerk says most voters' precincts have changed
Annual and Special Town Meeting are set for May 2 and May 4
Species offered will not interfere with overhead wires
Board says goodbye to Anne Marie Stronach, who has served since 2007
About 50 town organizations will be on hand
Early-bird registration is going on now
The Tewksbury Police Department will offer the second annual Junior Police Academy for incoming fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth graders who are interested in learning…
The Finance Committee will hold a public hearing on Town Meeting warrants
Special education concerns addressed in Zoom Q&A
Supporters of Select Board, School Committee and Planning Board candidates share insights. Plus, links to everything you need to be ready for April 2!
Keren Wilson works with candidate as Medical Director
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Cody Smith, one of four candidates for one seat on the Planning Board
Kaiser says candidate will make decisions that represent our entire town and community.
Former selectman cites candidate's opposition to new DPW building
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with George Ferdinand, one of four candidates for one seat on the Planning Board
Demers served on the Tewksbury Board of Registrars and Housing Authority
Select Board member says Duffy's work helped bring in excess of $1.8 million to community
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with James Duffy, one of four candidates for one seat on the Planning Board
Jim Harmon and Joan Unger-Harmon encourage residents to re-elect Board vice-chair
Jim Harmon and Joan Unger-Harmon encourage residents to vote for Nicole Burgett-Yandow and Susan Amato
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with incumbent Jay Delaney, one of four candidates for one seat on the Planning Board
Corn says BoH candidate 'would bring a wealth of knowledge to the people of Tewksbury'
Board chair calls Delaney experienced, visionary and passionate
The Rotary is bringing the annual celebration of Tewksbury eateries back to the TCC
Current and aspiring writers can join a workshop and hear from professional authors
On Wednesday, March 23 at 7 p.m. the Tewksbury Special Education PAC will be joined by all School Committee candidates on a Zoom Q&A. TSEPAC…
TRTC will host candidates this Thursday
Read on for insights into your Planning Board, Moderator and School Committee candidates
By Lorna Garey, Donna Gill and Julie Naughton The Tewksbury Teachers Association stirred controversy at the Town Crier Candidate Forum this week with its endorsement…
Rules for outdoor dining and take-out cocktails extended through until April 1, 2023
Group seeks input from everyone who lives, works or interacts in town
Hudd sees need to help both children and seniors struggling with social isolation
Local firefighter calls wife 'amazing combination of compassion and practicality'
Current Select Board member says Buckley 'believes in personal responsibility'
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Nicole Burgett-Yandow, one of three candidates for two seats on the Board of Health
Who's your rep and where do you vote?
The Carnation’s candidate Q&A series continues with Melissa Braga, one of three candidates running for two seats on the Tewksbury Board of Health. See other…
The Carnation’s candidate Q&A series continues with Susan Amato
Form will include info on your voting precinct
Congratulations to the TMHS hockey team for reaching the Frozen Four!
Grants say candidate is devoted to family, town
Here's what happened at this week's meeting
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Select Board candidate for re-election Jayne Wellman
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Select Board candidate Mark Kratman
Weigh in before 5 p.m. on Friday
Paper shredding and electronics disposal available
Longtime oncology nurse cites 'excellent credentials'
Businesses along Rt. 38 are invited to a session with Mass DOT to learn about impacts of road work
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Select Board candidate, attorney Jomarie Buckley
All voters are invited to drop in
You must be away, disabled or have a religious reason for requesting
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with Dustin Weir, candidate for Town Moderator
Here are 8 warning signs of avian influenza
PLUS: Weekend preview includes Irish step dancing, drive-in, sweet tasting event
Says SC candidate goes the extra mile for kids
The Carnation Q&A Series continues with School Committee candidate Chris Chesbrough
Next up in the Carnation Q&A Series: School Committee candidate Rich Russo
The Carnation Q&A Series kicks off with School Committee candidate Kayla Biagioni-Smith
Bill calls for further protections, including ombudsmen and statewide advocate
Tewksbury residents, including renters, who need help staying warm have options
Get some volunteer hours and have some fun
Four parents, one student and one community member to help choose next Superintendent
Amato envisions an expeditious and streamlined process to obtain permits
Tuesday, March 8 is the big day
Chesbrough committed to being community leader
Date, also called Shrove Tuesday, marks end of month of giving
Donohue cites proactive attitude and result-driven nature
With many newcomers in 2022 field, programs seek to provide insights
Timely program from TPL on New England's role in the Cold War
Town offices, library are closed today
Kearns expresses full confidence in new deputy
Town lost $102,000 but expects to recoup most via insurance
If you wish to vote on April 2 or take part in Town Meeting, make sure you're registered by March 11
Salary range, search committee composition set
Bills can be prorated but must be paid on time
Braga says focus is identifying underlying causes of poor health, toxicities
TJ Callahan's hosted students and made a donation
Tewksbury drivers out and about for vacation week should use caution near the N. Wilmington rail tracks
Lowell Winterfest is back, this time with chocolate
Dog licenses may be renewed online
Vet from Tewksbury-based Wellness Pet offers dog dental advice
Watch for two new businesses coming to town.
Middlesex Community College offers summer learning for kids 8 and up
Russo says financial and leadership experience are strengths
Board looking to fill in sidewalk gaps on Main St.
Here's a master list of candidates and how to learn more about them
Tewksbury to be featured on Chronicle this week
In addition, the TMHS Interact Club is running a food drive
Budgets, search committees among topics covered
“What’s important today is for us to honor their memory.”
With just nine days until nominations close, 15 nominees are now officially candidates
Biagioni-Smith announces meet & greet and sites
Finance Committee reviews TPD budget. Will Officer Waffles get a "treats" line item?
Bill would establish Internet privacy rights, protections and standards for residents
Kids' summer camp fair convenes on Sunday
Speed networking returns on Feb. 15
With permission,16- and 17-year-olds can work the polls
With just nine days until nominations close, 11 nominees are now officially candidates
Who’ll endorse statewide candidates, including for Governor?
Next phase of selection process to take place mid-February
Enter to win Angelina's gift cards, a lottery basket and more
Tewksbury debuts a fresh look, giving new life to its online presence
From bi-fold bay doors to a dual-section fire pole, the new Center Station is a showpiece for Tewksbury
Join the Carnation at tonight's Winter Community Roundtable
Free tutoring is available from a variety of sources
Burgett-Yandow is local nurse practitioner
Snowed in? Check out our great young performers on YouTube
The schools really came through for the Pantry!
There are some programs going on Friday
Raffles will be announced soon
With two weeks left until nominations close, 17 residents have entered the race for 11 seats
New state law could mean big changes in 175 communities, including Tewksbury
Wilmington/Tewksbury Chamber announces music bingo, bowling in March
Benefits this week promise waffles and girls basketball action
The TTA and TSC remained far apart on salary proposals when they entered mediation
Interested students should act now
Off-Broadway hit musical revue comes to Tewksbury
Residents should call now for appointments
Breakfast for dinner, line dancing and a farm market
Covid has impacted fundraising and rates of substance abuse
Virtual appointment slots are available now
15 residents have entered the race for 11 seats
Minimizing overlay districts a goal
A nice meal was a way to say 'thank you' for extraordinary efforts
TMHS benefit runs all day
Survey runs through Feb. 17
Individuals and teams can compete for $30,000 in prizes
Timeline shows TTA did not share offer with full membership
Nguyen thanks Kearns for pursuing grant
Board of health meets twice this week
Union sees mediator as 'detrimental to the bargaining process'
Drop off your gently used shoes, fund a scholarship
The search for a new superintendent is underway.
13 residents, a mix of first-timers and incumbents, have entered the race for 11 seats
New DPW building will not require a debt exemption or override
Survey is open through Friday
Learn about the mysterious arrival of a large murder of crows
Town's director of public health recommends 10 steps to minimize risk
Issues cease and desist, calls yard "a 50 year problem"
Wedding Expo comes to Shriners
Five citizens have stepped up for 11 seats.
All community members are welcome to attend
Group will fill five open member seats
School committee must agree to the change.
Several events scheduled in 6th District
Donations will fund scholarships
Nominate yourself or an outstanding member of the business community
New date is Jan. 24
This week the Andover ZBA will revisit the unpermitted contractor yard on South St.
There is a local opportunity to view fireworks celebrating the new year.
Handing over cash is great, but a simple phone call may have a far greater impact
Local employer affirms commitment to sustainability, diversity
Residents asked to be patient with snow removal efforts
CTI offers up to a $2,000 sign-on bonus
11 seats up for grabs
Twas the week before Christmas ...
Wreaths Across America observances are this weekend.
It's time to update the tags for your pooch
Looking to gain some new skills this winter from your couch? Shawsheen Tech Adult and Community Education in partnership with Ed2Go, an online education system,…
All large events on hold due to increase in Covid cases.
Your unused items can earn you some cash while helping fund programming
The Tewksbury Board of Health invites residents to get boosted.
Residents can help students replenish our community pantry and assist animals in need.
The winner of the TPL gingerbread house contest gets $25 and bragging rights.
Moulton is partnering on bill to benefit WWII descendants
Billerica holds its second annual parade on Sunday.
No testimony or discussion will be allowed.
Tewksbury will receive $170,000 for sidewalks, Into Action Recovery and small businesses
Tewksbury-based collaborative posts impressive results
On Monday, Vanna Howard, Tram Nguyen and Dave Robertson will be on hand to answer questions
So far, CDC guidance is the same.
Kick off the weekend at the tree lighting.
No satisfaction for South St. area residents