Monthly Archives: July 2011

Curses, boiled again

It was officially 103°F in Hartford yesterday, the highest temperature ever recorded there. Boston’s high temperature, also 103°, tied for the second hottest day on record, going back to 1872. We don’t know what the record high in Bolton is, … Continue reading

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Calendar: Board of Selectmen, July 21

On tonight’s Board of Selectmen agenda are two items of interest, one of which is being deferred. The first, at 7:15 p.m., was to be a continuation of the discussion on obtaining Mass Development funding to further study the contamination … Continue reading

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Calendar: Local Historic District Study Committee, Monday July 25

The Local Historic District Study Committee will be meeting Monday July 25th, 7 to 8pm in the Town Hall.  If you are interested in joining this committee or learning more about its mandate come to the meeting or contact Iris … Continue reading

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Smith property updates

Discussion about the Smith property was in the news in June. In case you missed it, here are links to two newspaper articles: Bolton Common, The Item. The discussion is tentatively scheduled to be continued at a Board of Selectmen’s meeting … Continue reading

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An Antique Fourth

Watching the Fourth of July parade pass along Main Street in Bolton last year. This antique house along the parade route dates to within a few years of the founding of the country. It was built around 1780 by Joseph … Continue reading

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