Did you miss some news this week? Want to know what the top stories were? Here is a list of the top five stories from this past week:
1. Reading and North Reading Officials Weigh in On Sandy. Hurricane Sandy affected both Reading and North Reading. Both towns experienced power outages, downed trees and power lines, property damage and more. See what local officials had to say about the storm.
2. . Due to strong winds from Hurricane Sandy, a tree crashed into a home on Williams Road in North Reading around 7:15 p.m. Monday.
3. Killam Parents Talk with Superintendent about Middle School Redistricting Proposal. A group of about 60 Killam Elementary School parents met with Superintendent John Doherty Tuesday night to discuss a proposed change to the district line for the Parker and Coolidge Middle Schools, which would send more students from Killam to Parker.
4. Superstorm Sandy Relief: How You Can Help. Find out how you can help Sandy victims.
5. PHOTOS: NRHS Masquers Perform Lettice and Lovage This Weekend. The North Reading High School Masquers will perform Lettice and Lovage this Friday and Saturday night at 7 p.m. According to Masquers Director Alison Kane, "Lettice and Lovage is a comedy written by Peter Shaffer (who wrote Eqquis and Amadeaus) about a flamboyant tour guide (Senior Sarah Lilley) who loves to embellish the history behind an English country house butts heads with a fact-conscious official at the house (Senior Janelle Yull)."