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Search to Replace Town Administrator as Kale Heads for Home

Photo: David Kale The novelist Thomas Wolfe famously said, “You can’t go home again.” Apparently, David Kale is ignoring that advice. The lifelong Cambridge resident will decamp as Belmont’s Town Administrator in mid-March to become his hometown’s Assistant City Manager for Finance, according to a press release issued late Thursday, Jan. 19 by Cambridge City […]

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What’s Open, Closed in Belmont on Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Photo: Martin Luther King in Washington DC. Martin Luther King Jr. Day – officially known as Birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr. – is an federal holiday marking the birthday of Martin Luther King, Jr., the chief spokesman for nonviolent activism in the civil rights movement in the United States who successfully protested racial discrimination in federal and state law for more than two decades. What’s open and […]

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Panels, Discussion, Singing and Speeches at Belmont’s MLK Breakfast

Photo: The poster for the event. Belmont’s 23rd annual Martin Luther King Day Community Breakfast takes places on Monday, Jan. 16, from 9 a.m. – 11 a.m. in the Belmont High School Cafeteria, 221 Concord Ave. The guest speaker is Dorothy Stoneman, Belmont resident, Belmont High School graduate, civil rights activist and Founder of YouthBuild. In […]

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Schools To Start After Labor Day This Year. After That, We’ll See

Photo: The calendar. After a spirited give and take over three meetings, the Belmont School Committee agreed the 2017-18 school year will begin, as it has traditionally over the years, usually after the Labor Day holiday. But after that? Well, we’ll see. At last week’s meeting, the committee – by a five to one vote […]