5T: Local Bank Appreciates Customers Today

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Here are five things you need to know today in Woburn:


1) Open house with alderman

Alderman Michael Raymond will hold an open house office-hours session at the Woburn Senior Center today at noon. Stop by and discuss issues with the Ward 6 alderman. 


2) Rockland Trust appreciates customers

Rockland Trust is hosting customer appreciation events at the Woburn Central Bank location on Main Street today and tomorrow. Click here for more information!


3) Rainy afternoon?

According to the National Weather Service's pinpointed forecast for Woburn, we may experience a rainy afternoon. The NWS says rain showers will begin after 4 p.m. today, leading to more rain after dark. Expect that rain to stick with us throughout the weekend.


4) In case you missed it

A very disturbing story out of Wakefield yesterday afternoon proved to have a tie to Woburn. Middlesex District Attorney Gerry Leone held a press conference at his office in Woburn yesterday to discuss . Included in the victims is at least one Woburn child. Click here for complete story.


5) Headlines in history

Let's take a walk through Woburn's history, shall we? Some headlines in newspapers regarding Dec. 7 events in Woburn were:

  • 1926—To Safeguard Woburn Street—Officials blame state for "criminal negligence" for not putting traffic safety devices on Cambridge Road and Lexington Street. 
  • 1933—Woburn Man Badly Injured In Auto Mishap at Lowell—A Woburn man was hospitalized after an accident in Lowell.
  • 1938—No Light For Woburn When Moon Is Full—Mayor ordered street lights shut off in residential neighborhoods due to full moon.

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