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In this week’s Weston Forum

Here are some of the stories and features in this week’s Weston Forum, out today.

  • The selectmen are going to decide next week how to ask voters to approve a revised town charter — see the proposal in its entirety, in The Weston Forum’s print edition only.
  • School bells ring: Weston kids go back to school. Check out a slideshow on our new website!
  • Media specialist is named Teacher of the Year.
  • Mosquitoes infected with West Nile virus are found in Weston.
  • Coyotes’ aggressive behavior forces land trust to close two of its properties to the public.
  • A year after the first of two major storms that knocked out power for days on end in Weston, what have officials learned?
  • Conventional wisdom: Politics heats up with national conventions this week and next; two Westonites are official delegates.
  • Weston voters will see on their ballots some candidates the Green Party has nominated for local offices.
  • For those who won’t be in town Nov. 6 to cast a vote, you can apply now to receive an absentee ballot.
  • It’s slow good: Weston beekeeper and honey maker receives the Snail of Approval from Slow Foods International.
  •  Hey, grown-ups: Parks and Recreation has some programs for you, too!
  • Registration begins Tuesday for Weston Youth Services’ popular WOW! after-school programs for kids.
  • For the littlest Westonites, the library is offering storyhours with Miss Joy.
  • Weston Olympian returns stateside.
  • Players past and present battle it out on the Weston soccer field.
  • Don’t get The Weston Forum delivered to your house? Subscribe online — black box, bottom of the page — or call 800-372-2790. Individual copies are available at Peter’s Market in Weston Center.
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