November 29, 2014
Photo by Tim Forsberg
COVERED: Dozens of winter moths cluster on the side of a home near an outdoor light in Buttonwoods. An invasive insect whose population has exploded throughout the city, the moths are now emerging as adults to reproduce. Only the male of the species can fly.
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FIELDS AND EARTH: Contractors continued screening of loam for completion of the new Winslow Park this week. Three soccer fields have already been completed with sod and the foundation poured for a concession stand. Work on the concession building will carry on through the winter months. Work on the fields will resume in the spring.
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