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Five Stories That Had Woburn Talking

Five stories from the past week that have garnered comments on Woburn Patch and our Facebook page.

These five stories and Police Log entries had people talking on our Facebook page and readers clicking links this week.

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ICE Agents Search Woburn Fiber Optics Firm

Agents from ICE's Homeland Security Investigations and the FBI were at Agiltron on Presidential Way in Woburn.

 

Opponents to 'The Ledges' Project Start Online Petition

Alderman Mike Raymond has informed Woburn Patch of a new initiative for opponents of the development project to express their views.

 

Report: Lynch to Challenge Markey for Kerry's Seat

U.S. Congressman Stephen Lynch reportedly plans to run for the seat John Kerry will likely vacate.

 

Bill Would Make It Easier to Get Information About Local Sex Offenders In wake of the John Burbine case, local lawmakers propose changes to the way sex offenders are registered.

 

Stamp Prices to Rise One Cent on Sunday U.S. Postal Service rates are set to change on Sunday, Jan. 27

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AerofanZ January 27, 2013 at 10:47 PM
I drove past St. Anthony's and saw all the downed trees on Main Street. I almost cried. I am so sick to think that they will be cramming in more onto this street and into our neighborhood.
AJ January 28, 2013 at 02:18 AM
I was wondering if the Patch had the results of the public safety study that the Mayor requested? Just curious since it cost the taxpayers $50,000. thanks

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