Macklin K. Reid

Horologist of London will keep ticking after Main Street shop closes

The Horologist of London seems a bit of misnomer for Gerald Grunsell’s clock shop. He’s…

The 10 acres the selectmen are considering selling is off Sunset Lane.

Studying Schlumberger land’s future: It’s a committee people want to be on

More than 20 people have volunteered to serve on a committee to study future uses…


Marines’ Toys for Tots program brings Christmas to 15,000 kids

A kid finding a toy under the tree — or at the local soup kitchen…

Sewer lines: Extending them solves problems, but creates others

There’s an upside and a downside to extending sewer lines. The potential benefits of sewer…

Sunset Lane affordable plan wins commission’s support

The proposal would leave the house at 15 Sunset a single-family home and add apartments in the garage building behind it. The project was put forward under the state 8-30g affordable housing statute, with the application submitted before the town’s four-year moratorium on 8-30g projects took effect early in the fall.

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