News Nearby: Arrests For Fraud and Sal's Pizza Gets a Brand New Look
Each week we take a look at some of the news making headlines in neighboring Patch Towns.
A Reading resident, and newspaper delivery man in Woburn, is allegedly behind a string of identity fraud, forgery and larceny incidents. He was arraigned in court this week.
Over 600 residents attended Special Town Meeting at North Reading High School Monday night to vote to appropriate $15.5 million in additional funds for the school building project. The auditorium filled quickly and the overflow space in the gymnasium was utilized. Residents used a paper ballot to vote, and the motion passed by more than the required two-thirds, 525 to 120.
Westford Planning Board Approves Self Storage Facility Off Groton Road
In addition to the state's largest privately owned solar power plant, Cathartes Private Investments now will be placing a self-storage facility at its property just off Groton Road near Route 3.
Sal's Pizza Begins Rebrand With New Look Chelmsford Store
The home of the 3 pound pizza is getting a new look and it's beginning with drastic changes to its Chelmsford location, including the addition of a yogurt store and an entirely new menu that aims to retain loyal customers while reaching out to a new demographic looking for healthier food.
The legal problems are continuing to mount for a Wilmington-based financial advisor.
Earlier today (March 18), the Securities and Exchange Commission announced Gregg D. Caplitz, who been charged with stealing money from clients who were given the false impression they were investing in a hedge fund.