Week in Review: New Library Completion on the Horizon, Space Opens After Cold Stone Closure
A look back at the week in Westwood news.
The new Westwood Public Library project has reached its 75-percent completion mark, library officials announced in an update on the project this week.
Westwood firefighters this week investigated smoke at the Public Storage Building on East Street.
Residents in town who are avid recyclers can now record their recycling activity in an effort to bring in $100,000 into Westwood.
A Westwood native is getting ready to take part in the upcoming annual "Swim Across America" event.
Cold Stone, one of Westwood's two go-to spots for ice cream, recently closed after its lease ran up. As such, the space is now open, and we're wondering - what do you think should fill the space?
Residents in Westwood are also reminded to check their computers to see if they are infected with a malware that could potentially cut them off from Internet service on Monday.
Be sure to check out this week's Historical view of 439 Gay St. in 1909.
Know of any news we missed this week, or have a story idea you'd like us to follow up on? Let us know in the comments section below!