North Reading Transcript 7 Bow St, North Reading, MA01864 This weekly newspaper covers North Reading news, government, sports and town events. It publishes every Thursday. The…More paper is available for home delivery or can be picked up at newsstands around town.
Lincoln Property Company 100 Lowell Rd, North Reading, MA01864 The Lincoln Property Company runs and maintains the Edgewood Apartments on Lowell Road in North Reading. It is an equal…More housing opportunity provider and meets all laws governing nondiscrimination against potential tenants.Edgewood Luxury Apartments are both grand and intimate. This is a distinctive apartment home community that balances an upscale residential lifestyle with its natural wooded surroundings.Located just 18 miles from Boston and minutes from the nearest train station and Interstate 93, this convenient apartment complex meets the needs of any professional looking for an upscale apartment.
Reading Community Television (RCTV) offers three channels to cable users, including government, educational and…More public.
Located in the center of town, the new studio offers membership plans that allow members to borrow equipment and receive training. RCTV member-produced programming includes Cooking at the Island, The Kitchen Table, Sports Talk, RMHS News, Ask the Town Manager and coverage of meetings.
Sovereign Bank 228 Main St, Reading, MA01867 This Sovereign Bank branch is located on Main Street about 1/2 mile from the Rte. 28 exit on 95. There is a drive-up…More window and ATM, and an internal ATM and tellers. Sovereign Bank has banking services for personal, business, corporate and government institutions. All customers have access to online and telephone banking and bill pay; ATM/debit and credit cards; and several branches and ATMs throughout the Northeastern U.S.
Bank of America is one of the largest national banking institutions in the country. There are branches and ATM…More locations all across the United States, and the bank has a Global ATM alliance with major banks in several countries including China and Australia.
Bank of America offers banking services to everyone. Whether it be personal, small business, or corporate banking. Bank of America is the bank for government agencies, non-profit sectors, franchises, large industries and more.
This Bank of America branch shares the plaza entrance to Starbuck's and Romano's Macaroni Grill. There are two drive through tellers, an ATM and a night deposit box. It is only 1/2 mile from the highway.
Reading Town Hall is located in the heart of Reading, on Lowell Street.
Most town departments are…More located in the three-floor brick building. On the lower level is the Department of Public Works, including Recreation, Engineering, Water & Sewer, Cemetery and the DPW administration offices. There is also a lower-level conference room.
On the first floor is the community services departments, including Town Clerk, Veterans Agent, Town Manager/Selectmen, Building Inspections and Zoning, Conservation, Elder & Human Services, Health, Historical Commission and Planning. There are three conference rooms on the first floor, including the Selectmen's Meeting Room and the Arnold Berger Conference Room.
The second floor features accounting and finance departments, including Assessment, Town Accountant, Technology, Human Resources, Retirement, Payroll and Treasurer.
Town government phone numbers are:
Emergency -- 911
Police, general business -- 781-944-1212
Fire, general business -- 781-944-3132
Public Works, emergency (8:30 a.m.-5 p.m. M-F) -- 781-942-9077
Public Works, emergency (nights and weekends) -- 781-944-1212
Reading Municipal Light Department -- 781-944-1340
Town Hall is located outside the town center on North Street, off Lowell Street and Route 62. It is home to many…More departments of the town government, including the town administrator, town clerk, Board of Selectmen, assessor, community planning, public works, parks and recreation, tax collector and treasurer, and zoning.
Greg Balukonis is the town administrator. Robert Mauceri is the chairman of the Board of Selectmen.
Call ahead for specific hours for each department.