Local musicians to put on spooky show with costume contest.
Cost to play includes lunch, but please register.
Pizza, pastries and soda are usually available, or BYO snacks
Tewksbury is taking on Wilmington for the The Reading Cup in the towns’ first annual “Reading Rivals” Competition. Residents can win weekly $25 gift cards…
TFD responds to almost 400 calls annually from State Hospital
At its Oct. 13 meeting, the Local Housing Partnership members present — Nancy Reed, Jake Brothers, Vincent Fratalia, Greg Peters and Laura Caplan — voted…
Negotiations have been ongoing since February.
Incidents are clustered on certain streets in town.
Motion to include Shawsheen in name fails
Windows Defender is a solid antivirus choice — and it comes standard
The Friends of the Tewksbury Library will hold a book donation drive and a jigsaw puzzle sale and swap on Wednesday, Oct. 13, from 2…
The Members of Wamesit Lodge invite residents to an open house on Saturday, Oct. 16 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at their facility at…
You may have noticed that the gazebo on the Tewksbury Common has been lit up in purple in recognition of overdose and substance abuse awareness.…
Competition starts tomorrow, so sign up now. Go Tewksbury!
Visiting hours will be Monday night
Enjoy entertainment by the Marine Corps JROTC Cadets
New center honors local pioneer in Head Start and early childhood education
Students seeking help can sign in on Tuesdays
There are only 16 slots available, so sign up soon
A clean sweep of articles got residents out in time to see the Sox defeat the Yankees
Did you know women have a one in eight chance of contracting this disease?
TPD will ask the community to help pick a name for the puppy
Get your tickets today at the Senior Center reception desk
Article 17 opponent cites reasons for asking residents to defeat proposal at Special Town Meeting
Article 17 proponent cites opportunity for 'new ideas, new dialogue, new people participating in our town government.'
Owner ordered to remove equipment and debris immediately.
$100 buys a table at the Lion's spaghetti supper fundraiser, but you need to act fast
Project Home Again, Friends of the Library also received support from members and sponsors
Do some good for the community then join Tewksbury native Harlow Havoc as she emcees this weekend’s oft-postponed Pride rally. Tonight Bobby & Jacks’ Memphis…
Citizen article a hot-button topic for Special Town Meeting
If you have not heard of The Front Line Initiative, you’re not alone — many residents are unaware that we have this amazing resource in…
My heartfelt objection to Ames Pond project is not that it is a 40B, nor that it is a NIMBY (Not In My Back Yard)…
This year's influenza vaccine offers protection against four viral strains.
Six residents seek to eliminate mask mandate
At last week’s School Committee meeting, chair Keith Sullivan announced an opportunity for the public to offer comments and suggestions on the best name for…
Bring your furry, or scaled, friend to engage in some fellowship
Town Manager, citizens make their cases for Special Town Meeting articles
Email launched for residents to submit comments on 40B project.
Get wild at this multi-chamber networking event
Resident Bruce Shick offers perspective on Article 17
Here's what to expect if you expect to attend special town meeting on October 5.
This advice doesn't apply to those who received the J&J or Moderna vaccines
It’s official: Safe Halloween is on and will take place Sunday, Oct. 31 at the Tewksbury Memorial High School from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. This event…
Girls Doubles participants Darya Mehrabani, Ceceila Ho, Fiona Ho and Natalie Nguyen are all from Tewksbury.
Resident says autumn means Special Town Meeting and encourages residents to take part.
Tewksbury will get a new precinct, and watch for hydrant flushing
Operations are suspended for now at Oliveira farm and slaughterhouse.
At Tuesday’s Board of Selectmen meeting, town manager Richard Montuori formally advised the board that Houston-based Hanover Co. submitted its proposal for a 300-unit 40B…
Last year residents picked up 205 bags of trash and 104 tires from our roads and wooded areas. Can we beat that in 2021?
Got an idea for a cultural program or project to benefit the community? The Tewksbury Cultural Council might have the funding.
Do we need to care about all variants? Sort of. Here's why.
1. This week marks the beginning of a Student Voter Registration Drive at Tewksbury Memorial High School. Time is of the essence for students who…
It's the last day to order bulbs and support two local nonprofits.
Tewksbury came out to recognize the 20th anniversary of the 9-11 attack, which claimed two residents.
Bambino Baseball is looking for volunteers to help youth and young adult players with physical or mental challenges enjoy some great team time outdoors.
Senior center and COA correspondent Donna Gill reports that staff at the Tewksbury’s Senior Center will assemble a team to participate in the 2021 Walk…
It’s hard to believe (or maybe it’s not) that we are entering our third school year affected by the pandemic. Tewksbury students started last week…
Last week the Zoning Bylaw Committee met at Town Hall to reorganize, hold a debrief on the defeat of the proposed new zoning bylaw at…
By Maria Zaroulis I’ve been hearing a lot of talk around town regarding a proposed 40B housing development. There are numerous valid concerns surrounding this…
The Tewksbury Community Market debuts today at its new home at Livingston St.
Tewksbury Senior Center and COA correspondent Donna Gill notes two upcoming events.
The Tewksbury School Nutrition website is having technical difficulties. Here is the menu for September.
Tewksbury business owners can sign up for BackTo.Biz, a free online learning program with 400+ classes.
Wynn PAC announces food truck event to welcome families back for the 2021/22 school year
Alternative House accepts a $10,000 Impact Award from 100 People Tewksbury
Here are more than five things to do in and around Tewksbury this weekend.
Today marks the last Thursday residents will find the Tewksbury Community Market at its summer home beside the Library. Next week, the Market is relocating…
Congressman Seth Moulton will attend a legislative update breakfast in Wakefield on Sept. 14.
Know something about computers and software and looking for an opportunity to give back? Our Senior Center and COA correspondent Donna Gill reports that the…
The Board of Selectmen heard from an attorney specializing in 40B to learn about the process and options for the proposed Ames Pond project.
Tonight at a meeting that saw a power failure and significant disruptions by protesters, the Tewksbury School Committee voted four to one to require all…
Proponents of a three-year term addressed Planning Board members on Monday.
The Tewksbury Board of Health will meet tomorrow, Wednesday Aug. 18, at 5:00 p.m. at Town Hall to discuss making a recommendation to the School…
All Tewksbury students are eligible for free lunch and breakfast through the 2021/22 school year.
On Monday the Board of Health posted an agenda for Thursday, Aug. 19 at 6:00 p.m. at Town Hall. The meeting will be simulcast on…
This week, residents can enjoy an Eagles tribute band and participate in meetings with all three elected Town boards. Then close out the second-to-last week…
Tewksbury’s librarians are recognized leaders in their profession at both the local — Merrimack Valley Library Consortium, or MVLC — and state — Massachusetts Library…
New effort to allow residents to opt out of solicitations may join two additional citizen's articles at October Special Town Meeting
The Livingston St. splash pad is temporarily closed.
Here's everything Tewksbury parents need to know to be ready for back to school
The Tewksbury Applefest Craft Fair is still accepting vendors for this fall’s fair. The annual TMHS PAC fundraiser is back after a year off due…
The Tewksbury Senior Center is seeking volunteers to help prepare tax returns.
Wellness, a pet food brand under Tewksbury-based WellPet, recently released a survey of pet parents and found that the shift to working remotely during the…