Top 5 Braintree Patch Articles of the Past Week

A recap of the most popular stories of the last week in Braintree.

These are the most visited stories on Braintree Patch last week. Did another story catch your eye that we didn't include? Comment below.

– Jan. 14, 2013

"Braintree may soon install 24 more modular classrooms, augmenting the two each at South and Highlands Elementary, depending on a vote of the School Committee later this month. The proposal, what the superintendent has called a permanent solution to a space crunch that has developed over years, appears to have the support of enough school officials to move forward...."

19-Year-Old Cited in Pedestrian Accident in Braintree Sunday Night Had Marijuana in Car – Jan. 14, 2013

"A 19-year-old Braintree woman – who was not cited for being under the influence but had marijuana packed in a pipe – was issued a citation for failure to stop after she allegedly hit a pedestrian near CVS in South Braintree Square on Sunday night...."

Interim Chief Sworn-in as Mayor Decides This Month on Next Braintree Fire Boss - Jan. 15, 2013

"Deputy Chief Robert Dyer was sworn-in as interim chief of the Braintree Fire Department last Friday, taking the reigns while Mayor Joseph Sullivan decides on a replacement for Kevin Murphy...."

How Do You Think Braintree Schools Should Approach Space Needs – Jan. 17, 2013

"Several options have been laid out by the school administration and by the architectural firm Habeeb & Associates, including adding 24 modular classrooms, re-opening Monatiquot and larger-scale projects..."

Yellow Dots Give Emergency Responders in Braintree Quick Medical Info – Jan. 15, 2013

"Under a program launched Monday by Mayor Joseph Sullivan and Norfolk County Sheriff Michael Bellotti, if first responders see a yellow sticker on the back window of someone's car, they will immediately know a standardized medical information form is in the glove box, providing them details that could help save the person's life...."


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