Here are five things you need to know today in Woburn:
1) Mayor sends his thanks
Woburn Mayor Scott Galvin extended thanks to several community members and businesses yesterday for helping to make the 35th annual Senior Appreciation Dinner a success. Over 600 seniors were able to enjoy the hot meal thanks to the teamwork of many. Click here to see who helped. [Editor's note: Link will take you off of Woburn Patch's website.]
2) Fair Trade Craft Fair
Join the United Methodist Church this weekend for a Fair Trade Craft Fair. Held on Friday and Saturday, this fair will feature fair trade jewelry and handicrafts from around the world. But there will also be items from closer to home—NuPath in Woburn, in fact. Click here for more information.
3) Snow drifts in overnight
According to the National Weather Service's pinpointed forecast for Woburn, we can enjoy more sunshine today, but it's going to be awfully chilly. Temperatures are only expected to reach the mid-30s. Snow will drift into Woburn overnight, and turn to rain on Saturday. Both rain and snow will be with us on Sunday, says the NWS.
4) In case you missed it
The City Council determined a Woburn property was a public nuisance, and is thinking about giving the same tag to another home. Find out which homes and why here.
5) Headlines in history
Let's take a walk through Woburn's history, shall we? Some headlines in newspapers regarding Nov. 29 events in Woburn were:
- 1912—Woburn Boy A Nevada Senator—Socialist Martin J. Scanlon visited his parents on Hill Street before starting in Nevada Senate.
- 1926—Woburn Couple Had Lunchroom for 34 Years—Mr. and Mrs. Haber retired after running a restaurant at 335 Main St. since 1892.
- 1936—Five Alarms Rung for Woburn Fire—A barn with thousands of pigs in it is damaged in fire on New Boston Street.
- 1940—Woburn Flattens Winchester, 12-0—Game was postponed from Thanksgiving.