Top 5 of the Week: Boy Saves Neighbor's Home from Fire, Repair WHS Fields?
In case you missed them, here's a roundup of Wakefield Patch's top five stories of the week.
In case you missed them, here's Wakefield Patch's top five headlines from April 30 to May 4, 2012. Click on each headline to read the full story:
A student from Wakefield's Nazareth Academy served as the state's "Governor for a Day" in April.
The 13-year-old's quick response to seeing flames in his neighbor's backyard helped save his neighbor's home from further damage.
Article 3 of the May 14 Town Meeting warrant articles asks voters if they will restore and repair athletic fields and facilities at Wakefield Memorial High School.
About a percentage point less Wakefield residents were without jobs in March 2012 as compared to a couple of months ago.
Wakefield Police said a Wakefield man stole a 40 ounce beer from a Water Street liquor store and threatened to assault employees with it.
And an additional bonus story:
If approved at town meeting as part of overall contract negotiations, the Wakefield Police department will have an educational incentive program similar to those of other town departments.