Disputes where police are called are up “substantially” in 2019, Police Chief Leon Krolikowski said Wednesday night during a regular meeting of the Police Commission, from 13 at this time last year to 20 so far in 2019.
An attorney representing Hamptonite women’s clothing shop on Elm Street filed a motion to dismiss an eviction suit brought on behalf building’s owners. According to the motion, a marshal serving eviction papers “failed to leave the notice at the premises or with an authorized person.”
Congratulations to Saxe Middle School sixth-grader Timothy Orelup, a trumpeter whose original musical composition, “Prisoners of Davy Jones,” will be played during the school band’s Spring Concert at 7 p.m. Wednesday. One quote from Saxe music teacher Janet Rosen on the young prodigy: “In all my 30-plus years of teaching, I have never had a student who could compose at his level.”
Swirl frozen yogurt shop on Cherry Street and Gelatissimo gelato on Forest Street both aced recent health inspections by the town, scoring 97 and 96 out of 100, respectively, during unannounced visits from a municipal sanitarian. ***
Superintendent of Schools Dr. Bryan Luizzi said the district saw “strong participation” in its survey related to school start times. More than 300 parents had responded through May 2.