Top Five Stories Last Week, Including School Building Project Total
Check out the top five stories from this past week.
Were you busy this past week? Did you miss some news? Check out these five stories that topped the charts:
1. School Building Project Needs $15.5 Million More. The Board of Selectmen and School Committee held a joint meeting Monday night to announce the new school building project total of $122,652,133. The town will need $15,500,000 more to complete the school the way it was originally designed.
2. Thomson Country Club Pool Will Open for Memorial Day. The pools and tennis courts at Thomson Country Club will be open for Memorial Day, Owner Nick Yebba, Sr. said.
3. How Many Tickets Did NRPD Give Out Last Year? Take a look at how many tickets were given out last year, and what they were for.
4. Rev. Jonathan Gaspar Shares Thoughts on Pope From Rome. Rev. Jonathan Gaspar is a North Reading High School graduate and Priest Secretary to Cardinal Seán O'Malley. Gaspar was in Rome to see the new pope elected.
5. New Pope Francis I Elected: Catholics in North Reading React. The conclave chose Argentinian Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio to be the new head of the Catholic Church Wednesday. Locals across the community were happy with the choice.