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Friday, July 14, 2017
By Transcript Staff

FARMERS MARKET OPEN THIS SUNDAY

Organizers of the Winthrop Farmer’s Market will be offering an array vendors this Sunday. The market will operate from the Larsen Ice Rink parking lot, 45 Pauline St. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

The market dates are July 16, July 30, August 13, August 27, Sept. 10, Sept. 24, Oct. 8 and Oct. 22. Vendors at the market this Sunday include:

Ackermann Maple Farm

Apothequarie

Blush Baking Company

C & M Farm

Deano’s Pasta

East Boston Neighborhood Health (Sponsor)

Ecclectricity Store

Eva’s Farm Organic Butcher Shop

Fly Me To The Moon Pottery

Gems2Pearls

Harrington House Granola

Flat’s Mentor Farm

Jennifer Lee’s Bakery Jennifer’s Soaps

JWs (Sponsor)

La Petite Boutique

Makai Blends

Oakdale Farms

Patty’s Guacamole

POPPED!

Studio Dawn

swissbäkers

Webster First FCU (Sponsor)

Wolf Meadow Farm

Winthrop Parents Network

 

POLICE WARN AGAINST IRS SCAM

The Winthrop Police Department is warning residents against IRS tax scams. Residents are right to be suspicious if  they receive a call or email from someone stating they are with the IRS. Every year during tax season, crooks come out with new scams to try to steal your personal information and money.

They may call you or send an official-looking e-mail saying that the IRS needs your Social Security or bank account number to deposit your refund, or they may say that you owe money and ask for your credit card or you can be arrested unless you send cash through a prepaid debit card or wire transfer. They may manipulate the caller ID to look like they’re calling from the IRS and may already have some information about you – such as the last four digits of  your Social Security number.  The IRS will never call or e-mail you demanding immediate payment or asking for your credit card or bank account numbers and other personal information over the phone. If you think you may actually owe money, call the IRS directly at 800-829-1040.

 

DOWNTOWN PARKING STRATEGIES: GETTING

IT RIGHT IN WINTHROP

Winthrop officials are preparing for significant new growth in Center area, among other key areas. The question to be discussed is, “how can we manage our parking supply in ways that will facilitate economic development without compromising our small town character?

Residents are invited to come to the EB Newton School, Lyceum Room, Thursday, July 13 at 6:00 pm in EB Newton School, Lyceum Room.

Please join the Winthrop Transportation Advisory Committee and Town Manager’s office for a free public workshop on parking policy and management best practices that will support a vibrant, accessible Winthrop and a strong local economy.

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