Week In Review: Marathon Runners, Surviving the Titanic and Online Sales Tax
In case you missed it this week, check out the links below for a wrap up of stories featured on Acton Patch.
- Christopher M. McDonough (Abington)
- Kyle H. Brown (Acton)
- Mark W. Vandorpe (Harvard)
- Dsean Robinson (Ayer)
- Willow Books & Cafe owner advocates for online retailers to be required to charge Massachusetts state sales tax, just like local merchants.
- All-day cut-a-thon at Moodz Day Spa & Salon benefits Children’s Hospital Boston.
- Patch Places has information on local restaurants, shops and more—owners can manage listings themselves.
- Apparently Acton has been craving Mexican.
- With a total of 1177 votes, RB Fitness (CrossFit Reach) takes this week's Patch Readers' Choice poll.
- Starting on April 21, the Massachusetts Bay Commuter Rail Company will commence weekend track work on the Fitchburg-Acton commuter line.
- Monday is father and son day for Andy and Henry Richardt of West Acton. The two have been training for the Boston Marathon - Andy, 41, in his Nikes and Henry, eight, in his three-wheeler. Henry has special needs and the two are not only running to encourage others with special needs but they are also looking to raise money for the Miracle League Field in Acton.
- Caroline Lamson Brown made it onto a lifeboat thanks to a friend she made on the doomed ship.
- Science Team and Academic Decathlon teams to travel to national competitions soon, each having won statewide competitions.
- Stay with Acton Patch to keep up with Acton's 13 Boston Marathon runners.