Old buildings come down — The burned-out barn on the Phelan property on South Bedford St., the old piggery on Hart St., the old dog kennels on Sunnyvale Rd. and the old summer camp on Outlook Rd. Also, the burned-out Lincoln Knoll barn on Cambridge Street needs to go.
Local election results. Turnout was 58 percent.
Jon Graham of Highland Way, a prolific Middlesex Turnpike developer, unveils plans for Middlesex Court, an apartment complex between between the turnpike and Terrace Hall Ave.
A fashion show held by St. Malachy’s Morgairs at the Knights of Columbus hall:
The town mulls plans for a new high school. The cost is $2,900 per pupil. Architect is Earl Flansburgh of Cambridge, who also designed the “underground” store at Cornell University. Contrary to a suburban legend in Burlington, he did not design UMass Amherst. That was Paul Rudolph.
Sarry’s fruitland, in the Cambridge Street strip just before the Billerica border.
Electrolux, 288 Cambridge St.
Bob’s Auto Repair, 38A Winn Street. Owner is Bob Nicosia.