In the June 2020 Print EditionJun 01, 2020 03:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
Businesses are reopening, some more slowly than others, but the threat from Covid-19 is far from over. Hopefully people keep observing the novel coronavirus guidelines such as wearing masks, social distancing and frequent handwashing, so that we don't end up right back where we were in mid- to late-March.
We have profiles submitted by each of the three candidates for Selectman (Bob Biagi, Kelly Grant and Don Martinis). This is the only contested race in the election.
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