The unlikely secret to a happy community? Sidewalks

Molly Bartone considered many factors when she moved into her new home near Buckmaster Pond in Westwood. Her kids were grown but she still liked the idea of a neighborhood with good schools. She wanted to be somewhat in between Boston and her family living in northern Connecticut. But most of all, she wanted to be able to go for her morning walk, a ritual she has stuck to for close to 20 years.“I just can’t start my day without getting up early and pounding the pavement, [...]
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