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Reading is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States, 10 miles north of central Boston. The population was 24,747 at the 2010 census.
Many of the Massachusetts Bay Colony's original settlers arrived from England in the 1630s through the ports of Lynn and Salem. In 1639, some citizens of Lynn petitioned the government of the colony for a "place for an inland plantation." They were initially granted six square miles, followed by an additional four. The first settlement in this grant was first called "Lynn Village" and was located on the south shore of the "Great Pond," now known as Lake Quannapowitt. On June 10, 1644, the settlement was incorporated as the town of Reading, taking its name from the town of Reading in England.
The town of Reading was initially governed by an open town meeting and a board of selectmen, a situation that persisted until the 1940s. In 1693, the town meeting voted to fund public education in Reading, with grants of 4 pounds for three months school in the town, 2 pounds for the west end of the town, and 1 pound for those north of the Ipswich River. In 1769, the meeting house was constructed, in the area which is now the Common in Reading. A stone marker commemorates the site.
According to the United States census bureau, the town has a total area of 9.9 square miles. No significant amount of land is covered permanently by water, although there is a plethora of vernal pools in various areas of conservation land. Reading borders the towns of Woburn, Stoneham, Wakefield, Lynnfield, North Reading and Wilmington.
Reading, Massachusetts, gets 47 inches of rain per year. The U.S. average is 37. Snowfall is 62 inches. The average US city gets 25 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 133.
On average, there are 197 sunny days per year in Reading, Massachusetts. The July high is around 82 degrees. The January low is 15. The comfort index, which is based on humidity during the hot months, is a 50 out of 100, where higher is more comfortable. The U.S. average on the comfort index is 44.
Reading feels more like a satellite of Boston more than anything. With Boston so close, you know you won’t have a hard time finding things to and places to go! Not that Reading doesn’t have its own fair share of shops!
Jordan's Furniture Reading – 50 Walkers Brook Dr, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-9090
REI – 279 Salem St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-5103
Comically Speaking – 575 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-9636
Raspberry Beret – 587 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 779-1853
Everywhere you go, light follows. When you’re in Reading, prepare to feast your eyes (and your stomach!) on some of Reading’s cuisine choices. Right when you think you’ve tried it all, you learn about some of the local’s ‘secrets’ that’ll keep you coming back for more!
Oye's – 26 Walkers Brook Dr, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-6800
Mandarin Reading Restaurant – 296 Salem St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 942-8200
The Green Tomato – 42 High St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 942-0540
Fusilli's Café – 107 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-7267
Nightlife in Reading is never dull, even for a satellite town. Know what? They like to keep it that way. You get the best of both worlds – the countryside of Reading coupled with the metropolitan area of Boston! Prepare yourself!
Venetian Moon – 680 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-3633
Bunratty Tavern – 620 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 779-8245
American Legion – 37 Ash St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-4259
Red Heat Tavern – 300 Lowell St, Wilmington, MA 01887 – (978) 447-5669
Reading's public school system is managed by Reading Public Schools and includes Reading Memorial High School, Coolidge Middle School, Walter S. Parker Middle School, A. M. Barrows Elementary School, Birch Meadow Elementary School, Joshua Eaton Elementary School, JW Killam Elementary School and Wood End Elementary School.
Austin Preparatory School, is a coed, independent school, in the Augustinian Catholic tradition, founded in 1962. It is located on 55 acres of land and has an enrollment of 700 students, providing instruction for students in grades 6–12.
Reading Memorial High School – 62 Oakland Rd, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-8200
Austin Preparatory School – 101 Willow St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-4900
Arthur W Coolidge Middle School – 89 Birch Meadow Dr, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 942-9158
Barrows School – 16 Edgemont Ave., Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 942-9166
Sometimes, you just want to have a night (or day) out on the town. While you’re there, make sure you don’t miss out on these locations that really give you a taste of what living in Reading is really like!
Hago Harrington’s Miniature Golf – 160 Main St, Stoneham, MA 02180 – (781) 438-2024
Plaster Fun Time – 347 Main St, Reading, MA 01867 – (781) 944-6383
Dave & Buster’s – 271 Mishawum Rd, Woburn, MA 01801 – (781) 496-4900
Liberty Fleet of Tall Ships – 67 Long Wharf, Boston, MA 02110 – (617) 742-0333
As a satellite of Boston, you might think that they go to Boston for all of their needs. Actually, the opposite is true – you find more visitors from Boston than the other way around. The name ‘Reading’ comes straight from the Monopoly board game, and they have a way of life they can claim is all their own.
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