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For nearly 50 years, Weston sculptor Carole Eisner has been using welding to create sculptures from scrap metal and I-Beams. Recently, four of her largest works to date were installed in Prospect Park in Brooklyn, NY.

Carole Eisner’s sculptures line Prospect Park in New York

When she moved to Weston in 1968, Carole Eisner started welding as a hobby. Nearly…

Longtime Westonite Bob Turner is this year’s Memorial Day parade grand marshal. — Bryan Haeffele photo

Parade grand marshal Bob Turner marches with a passion

When it comes to Weston’s Memorial Day parade, most grand marshals ride along the route…

Vivian Simons runs Vivs Veggies on Lyons Plain Road. Shes carrying ports of a new crop, Pink Lemonade Blueberries which she thinks will be ready by 2017. – Gregory Menti photo

Viv’s Veggies provides community with farm-fresh vegetables

Feeding an entire community isn’t easy, but it sure is rewarding. “Farming has been such…

Carol Baldwin, head of Friends of Lachat, and Ellen McCormick, chairman of the Lachat Town Farm Commission, dedicate much of their time to helping run Lachat Town Farm on Godfrey Road West – Gregory Menti photo

Lachat Town Farm aims to be a social experience

Editor’s note: This is the fourth in a series about farms in Weston. It didn’t…

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