Top Five Stories Last Week
Check out the most popular stories from last week.
In case you missed some news, here are five stories that topped the charts last week:
1. New Businesses May Be Coming to North Reading Plaza, Possible Renovations. Back in January, North Reading Plaza was soldby Great Island Development to RK Centers for $11.6 million. So what will they do with the plaza? They are still working on a future plan, but there are several different possibilities.
2. When is the New Last Day of School? According to the school business office, the last day of school is June 21, but that can still change.
3. Maiola's Leadership Has Hornets on Verge of Postseason. The North Reading girls basketball team is on the brink of clinching a postseason berth. And Morgan Maiola has plenty to do with that. Maiola, a junior, leads the Hornets in scoring, rebounding, and according to head coach Hank DeSantis is also the vocal leader of the team.
4. Fun Winter Activities to Break Your Family's Cabin Fever in North Reading. Most families are exhibiting signs of cabin fever at this time of year, especially after staying indoors most of the weekend after the blizzard. The sibling sniping is at record levels, the toddler whining is incessant and tweens and teens are fixated on their electronic devices. Time to cure your family of cabin fever with these ten fun ideas for activities the whole family will enjoy.
5. Jon Favreau to Leave Job As White House Speechwriter. According to the BostonGlobe.com, President Obama’s speechwriter and North Reading native Jon Favreau is leaving his job.