Saturday, June 8, 2013
Tune into our live blog and follow the action as Redmen Softball takes on Burlington for the North Division 2 championship title.
As the Redmen take on Burlington in the title game, we'll be live blogging the game starting at 3:45 p.m., bringing you the latest updates from the field. When the first pitch is thrown, just click the play button in the gray box and follow along. We’ll keep you updated on the score and everything else happening on the diamond. We encourage you to participate with your own commentary, photos and well wishes for the home team. If you are going to the game and would like to participate you can download the app to your smart phone. iPhone users can download it here, and Android users can go here. Until the games start, feel free to queue up any questions in the chat applet. The Redmen advanced to the MIAA Division 2 North final thanks to …
Friday, June 7, 2013
Tune in Saturday, June 8 at 3:45 p.m. to catch our live blog as the Redmen take on Burlington in the MIAA Division 2 North final.
Thanks to a Wednesday win, the Lady Redmen are one win from making it a historic run. You can catch the dramatic finish to that historic run right here on Tewksbury Patch. We'll be live blogging the game on Saturday starting at 3:45 p.m., bringing you the latest updates from Martin Field in Lowell. The Redmen advanced to the MIAA Division 2 North final thanks to an outstanding offensive effort from Brooke Hardy in the semifinals against Reading on Wednesday. We'll post a link to our live blog by Saturday morning, so be sure to check our front page, follow us on Twitter or like us on Facebook before gametime tomorrow!
Saturday, February 9, 2013
Check here for updates from Patch, public safety personnel and residents as Massachusetts rides out the Blizzard of 2013.
Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Can't make it to tonight's special Town Meeting? Tewksbury Patch is the only way you can follow all of the debate and votes LIVE.
While town officials continue to negotiate with cable providers regarding live cable feeds at the new Tewksbury High School, live broadcasts from the school are not possible on public access television. That means no live coverage of tonight's Special Town Meeting (start time 7 p.m.). But have no fear. Tewksbury Patch will be at tonight's meeting and we will be blogging live, providing updates on the debates and the votes on several key warrant articles. We'll go live around 6:30 p.m. Log on and join the conversation. We will keep blogging for another half-hour after the Special Town Meeting concludes. The Special Town Meeting Warrant is attached to the story as a PDF document. Click here for Town Moderator Keith Rauseo's breakdown of the …
Monday, May 7, 2012
We'll have a live conversation going on Tewksbury Patch before, during and after the Special Town Meeting to vote on proposed changes to the Town Charter.
As part of our coverage of the Special Town Meeting on Tuesday, May 8, Tewksbury Patch will be running a live blog chat and invite you to be an active part of the discussion. We'll start the chat at 6:30 p.m., 30 minutes before the Special Town Meeting is scheduled to start. We will continue the chat after the meeting concludes to get your reactions and comments. Here is the best part!!! You can participate in the live chat whether you are at home or if you are in attendance at the Special Town Meeting at Tewksbury High. Home: As with any live chats, just log on to tewksbury.patch.com, click on the chat and join in. At The Meeting: Download the Coverit Live app on your I-Phone, click on "Live Listings" then click on "Tewksbury Special Town…
Thursday, May 3, 2012
Highlights from Selectman Doug Sears' live chat with Tewksbury Patch readers on May 2.
In our latest edition of "Lunch With ....," our guest was Doug Sears. Selectman, pastor, collector of classic cars, candidate for state representative -- Sears is many things, but boring is not one. Here are some highlights of Sears' live chat with Tewksbury Patch readers. Tewksbury Patch Doug for someone who is supposed to be retired, you seem to be pretty busy. You've filed nomination papers to challenge longtime State Rep. Jim Miceli of Wilmington ... what made you decide to run for the legislature at this point in your career? Doug Sears I have wanted to run for Representative for some time. Jim has encouraged me to do so in the past. I could not do this while a state employee. I put Jim off by saying that I wanted to learn from him …
Wednesday, May 2, 2012
Log on and join the conversation as Selectman Doug Sears answers questions from Tewksbury Patch readers.
In our latest edition of "Lunch With ...", we are pleased to welcome Doug Sears. Selectman, pastor, collector of classic cars, candidate for state representative -- Sears is many things but boring is not one. Most folks know Sears for asking tough questions of people who appear before the Board of Selectman. But today, he will be on the hot seat, answering questions from our readers.
Saturday, April 14, 2012
Coverage of the 2012 Tewksbury Municipal Election, including live results.
Welcome to our live, interactive coverage of the 2012 Tewksbury Municipal election. We go live at 7 p.m. Join the conversation!
Friday, April 13, 2012
Highlights from Thursday's live blog chat with state Rep. Paul Adams.
Here are some highlights from Thursday's "Lunch with ... state Rep. Paul Adams." Tewksbury Patch: And how does that budget look for Tewksbury and Andover? Paul Adams: Local aid has been one of my top priorities since I became your representative, and there is finally good news. After 5 years of local aid cuts, we've finally stopped the bleeding. Local aid has been increased to all of the communities I represent. Andover and Tewksbury will both see modest increases in local aid. We still need to recover from where we were years ago, but we are making progress. Comment From Mary Are we going to get a law to require identification at the polling stations? Paul Adams: Mary, thanks for the question. I wholeheartedly support a Voter ID law, and …
Thursday, April 12, 2012
A live chat with the first-term Republican state representative. He plans to challenge incumbent State Sen.Barry Finegold in the fall.
Welcome to the latest edition of "Lunch With ..." Our guest today is first-term state Rep. Paul Adams, R-Andover. As you know, Adams' district includes a portion of Tewksbury. Moreover, Adams will be looking to represent all of Tewksbury this fall if he can unseat inclumbent state Sen. Barry Finegold, D-Andover. Log on and join the conversation. Feel free to comment and ask any questions you have for the representative.