I wish you all a happy and healthy new year, filled with love and joy!
Nice recognition for the Shrewsbury Public Library's program "Conversation Circle" here!
Thinking about taking the train to Boston for New Year's Eve? Here is a schedule update from Keolis who operates the commuter rail:
To our Worcester Line Passengers:
Will you be ringing in the New Year in Boston? Worcester Train 545 (11:25 pm outbound) will be held until 1:00 am to accommodate revelers.
Bicycles will NOT be allowed on inbound trains from 10 am - 6 pm and on outbound trains from 4 pm onward. Commuter rail travel will be free after 8 pm on New Year's Eve.
Trains will run on a Sunday schedule on January 1st, New Year's Day. Additional service information is available here: http://mbta.com/events/
A smartphone tool that can help keep you and your family safe and up to date here!
Very important safety message from the Shrewsbury, MA Fire Department:
Winter is officially upon us. Hopefully, this winter won't be anywhere near as bad as last year. In the event that it is, adopt a hydrant. When a house is on fire, SECONDS COUNT! If we can’t find the nearest fire hydrant, we can’t effectively fight a fire. Precious time is wasted searching and/or digging out fire hydrants during and after snow storms. Please help us help you by locating and digging out the hydrant nearest to your home. Thank you!
Great to celebrate the holidays this morning with the hard-working Shrewsbury Town Hall employees. Patrick thrilled to reprise his role pulling the names of the raffle winners!
May you have very happy holidays, filled with good health and joy.
From our family to yours...
Senator Mike Moore and I hosted a festive luncheon at the Shrewsbury Senior Center today. Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School culinary students prepared a delicious meal and Malcolm Halliday from First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury played the piano and led the sing-a-long!
Great news, Secretary Matthew Beaton!
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