Thursday, February 7, 2013
A Patch reader recently asked us about Ann's Lunch on High Street.
Thursday, February 7
A Westwood Patch reader posted a question recently asking about an old building on High Street that once housed a Westwood staple: Ann's Lunch. "What happened to Ann's Lunch?" Patch reader, john spellman said. Well John, the last we heard was the building housing Ann's Lunch will be transformed and in its place will stand BiBi's Cafe. BiBi's will include 16 seats on the first floor, according to Westwood Town Planner Nora Loughnane. The second floor will house a bakery to produce fresh breads and baked goods for the restaurant, but will not be used to sell directly to the public. There will also not be a retail take-out counter, Loughnane said. The new establishment will offer a selection of goods including soups, salads and sandwiches…
Friday, January 11, 2013
Do you want to know how you can get information up on Westwood Patch? Here is your answer.
We have received a few questions recently asking how readers can get information up on Westwood Patch. It's easy to get your information on Westwood Patch, first just head here to our announcements page. Next, just fill in the information as you would like to see it. If you have a photo be sure to upload it to make your post really stand out. Then lastly, just email me directly at email@example.com and I will make sure your post gets featured on our homepage. And if you have any questions on any of this, feel free to email me or leave a comment below and I will get right back to you.
Monday, December 10, 2012
The winter moth is a pest that strips trees of their leaves and ultimately kills them.
You arrive home at night and there are dozens of them flying around your lights at the front door. They seem to be attacking the Christmas lights you recently hung too. What's with all the moths? These winter moths are in the midst of their annual mating season, albeit a bit late this year. Typically, it's November but the unusual warm temperatures this spring have them abundant in December. The adult winter moths emerge from the ground from now until January. The female moths climb trees and homes and wait for males to mate. The females are gray and because they are almost wingless, don’t fly. The tan-colored males can only fly in temperatures above freezing. Both males and females are nocturnal. After mating, females lay their eggs in …
Tuesday, October 23, 2012
The annual Halloween tradition is growing across the area.
Your doorbell rings, you answer it and look around. There's nobody there and you think you've been ding-dong-ditched. Wait, is that a bag? Yes, and it's full of delicious candy and goodies. Ghosting has been around for more than a decade and is a tradition that has been growing across the MetroWest region. It's been reported to the police at least once already this year in Holliston, but Patch is here to help you from getting ghouled. Ghosting is simple and can be fun especially in neighborhoods with a lot of children. To start, one person fills two bags with candy and a copy of the directions (see attached photo). That person then secretly leaves each bag on a nearby doorstop where the family gets to enjoy the treats before ghosting two …