5T: Woburn Company Buys Up Connecticut Land
Find out what's going in Woburn today (and in history) with our 5T column!
Here are five things you need to know today in Woburn:
1) I'll take Hartford for $65 million
Woburn-based company KS Partners has purchased $65 million of land and office buildings in Hartford. The land includes an "eight-building office portfolio" in suburban Hartford (Rocky Hill), according to Commercial Property Executive. The complexes are named Corporate Ridge and I-91 Tech Center.
2) Wakefield lends a hand
While Woburn Pop Warner honored Mr. Allen Fisher, a father of two who died after being struck by a car following a practice, Wakefield Pop Warner also wanted to pay tribute and help the Fisher family. Over last weekend's games, Wakefield parents raised over $1,000 through bake sales. If you would like to contribute to assist Mr. Fisher's wife and two small children, click here.
3) No rain yet!
According to the National Weather Service's specialized forecast just for Woburn, it'll probably be mostly sunny again today in the city. With temperatures in the low 60s, we'll see a light breeze in the afternoons. But, the NWS has issued a hazardous weather outlook for Woburn due to Hurricane Sandy.
4) In case you missed it
The Woburn Police arrested a man for assault and battery Tuesday, after an argument involving meatloaf and laundry detergent. Catch up with the Woburn Police Log from yesterday here.
5) Headlines in history
Let's take a walk through Woburn's history, shall we? Some headlines in newspapers regarding Oct. 25 events in Woburn were:
- 1921—Believe Bride Hasn't Eloped—A Mishawum Road woman disappeared; police believed she was with her husband, a man 15 years older than her, in New York.
- 1923—Winthrop Girls Beat Woburn High, 5 to 1—A field hockey game recap.
- 1931—Eight Are Injured In Woburn Crash—A car struck a store building, another careened into a swamp.
- 1961—Woburn Warehouse Destroyed By Fire
- 1963—Engagements of Twin Sisters Announced Today in Woburn—By Mr. and Mrs. Francis R. Vogt.