Although NO mosquitoes have tested positive in Maynard, West Nile virus has been detected in multiple communities across the Commonwealth. Now is the time to use personal protective measures like repellents and appropriate clothing to avoid mosquito bites. What is the best way to prevent mosquito bites? Use mosquito repellent any time you are outdoors. […]
On September 4th, Maynard’s pilot program of allowing free parking at meters and testing a time-based enforcement model will end and regular use of meters will resume. The pilot was triggered by the recent completion of a Metropolitan Area Planning Commission (MAPC) study of parking available to support businesses in Maynard’s Central Business District. The […]
On a sunny and sizzling Friday afternoon, with the occasional sounds of commuter rail trains in the distance, Mass DOT and the Town of Acton hosted an ARRT ribbon cutting ceremony for the opening of the Maynard and Acton trail sections at the new Acton trail head on Maple Street, just steps away from the […]
It’s hard to miss (and difficult not to slow down and take it all in) when traveling on Parker Street along the Route 27 side of the former Murphy Snyder building. Artists, Eric Giddings and Ben Braley, who as a collaborative were one of the winners of the Cultural Council’s Maynard as a Canvas Mural […]
The long-awaited Assabet River Rail Trail Ribbon Cutting is taking place this Friday at 2pm at the trail head on Maple Street in South Acton, just steps away from the South Acton MBTA station. Don’t miss out on this historic event for the Town of Maynard!