Note: The following interviews and information was collected in the fall of 2021 Standing on a well-maintained patch of grass in a corner of campus, a curious first-year student, I found myself on Oct. 9, 2020, with approximately 70 Wheaton College students. On the other side of East Main Street, standing on the Town Common […]
On Thursday, September 16th, Sweet Stuff Bake Shop officially cut the grand opening ribbon at their new brick and mortar store, located about two miles from campus. During the transition from home to in-store, Sweet Stuff Bake Shop is continuing its small-batch, handmade baking methods. Most people on campus have known Sweet Stuff Bakeshop as […]
Norton voters today decided to reject a proposed change to the form of town government. Voters decided to keep the current town meeting structure by a vote total of 1148 for and 1775 opposed.
Norton Residents and Wheaton students have spent the past few weeks mourning the alleged death of the two resident swans that appear to spend their days alternating between Wheaton’s Peacock Pond and the Norton reservoir.
Next Month, Norton residents will be voting in the annual town election. The election, scheduled for April 10, will determine who will replace Brad Bramwell, a member on town’s select board. Bramwell, who could have sought a fifth term, announced last month that he would not seek re-election, drawing a three way race for his […]
Just over four thousand Norton residents cast their votes in the September primaries. More than two thousand voters mailed in their ballots to cast their vote, and just under two thousand voters cast their votes in-person at Norton Middle School. According to the Massachusetts Secretary of State website, 13,511 Norton residents were registered voters for […]