Superintendent Interviews Ppd.
WILMINGTON -- The first set of superintendent finalist interviews have been rescheduled to next week due to the snow.
Nan Murphy, director of Accountability and School Improvement for the Lowell Public Schools, and Glenn Brand, former superintendent of the Acton-Boxboro Regional School District, were scheduled to be interviewed last night. Their interviews are now set for next Tuesday, beginning at 7 p.m.
Scheduled to be interviewed on Monday, beginning at 7 p.m., are Patricia Lambright-White, assistant superintendent of Pupil Personnel Services for the Melrose Public Schools; and Michael Wood, director of Student Services for the Leicester Public Schools.
All interviews will take place at the high school.
-- KORI TUITT
Residents help rescue 2 from car
LOWELL -- Stromquist Avenue neighbors helped free a man and a child who became entrapped in a SUV following a rollover crash around 6:30 p.m. Tuesday. Neither were injured in the wreck.
A man, who lives on Stromquist Avenue between Lundberg and Anderson streets where the accident occurred, said he was inside his home when he heard the crash. “I came outside and called 911,” said the man who wished to provide only his first name, Mike.
A Toyota RAV4 slammed into Mike’s Volkwagen sedan, parked in the roadway in front of his house, before flipping onto its side.
Mike said he ran to the vehicle where he saw the man and the young girl inside. He and other area residents, who came outside after hearing the crunch of vehicles, successfully opened a vehicle door and freed them.
Police are investigating the cause of the rollover.
-- AARON CURTIS
STEM Fair at Westford schools
WESTFORD -- Two additional dates remain for the annual STEM Fair in Westford’s elementary schools. The fair will come to the Abbot School on Monday, Feb. 12 and to the Norman E. Day School on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Both events run from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in each school’s gymnasium.
Close to 100 projects, all produced by students, will be shown at each school.
-- CHRIS LISINSKI
Seeking gowns for prom program
TYNGSBORO -- Chic Boutique Consignments is looking for gowns for its prom consignment program.
Ashley Lyons, owner of the business which has locations at 404 Middlesex Road, Tyngsboro, and 1440 Pleasant St., Bridgewater, is seeking out gowns that are from the past two years, recently dry cleaned, and in pristine condition. According to Lyons, once sold the consignor will receive 50 percent of the selling price of the gown, which can be used either as store credit or a check.
For more information, visit www.chicboutiqueconsignments.com/prom-2018 .
-- AMARIS CASTILLO
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