An employee of the Tro-Con Corporation of Woburn was struck and killed by a bulldozer during the construction of a new public park just behind the Phillipston Police Department, 40 The Common, Wednesday, May 4. On scene were members of the State’s Office of the Medical Examiner, State Police, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Seen in this photo roughly 300 feet behind the police station are members of the department, and an employee of Tro-Con discussing the situation while investigat
PHILLIPSTON — An unexpected tragedy took place just behind the police department, at 40 The Common, during the construction of a new public park shortly after 8 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4. A worker for Tro-Con Corporation was struck and killed by a...
ORANGE — Scott Hemlin and Eric Dion have been named the permanent co-principals for the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School.  Hemlin and Dion will formally replace Ishmael Tabales, who was hired last year by the Worcester Public Schools to be the...
MOTHER AND SON -- Clare and Ned Green, both enthusiasts of hiking and the out-of-doors, posed for this photo in the northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains shortly before Ned perished on Mount Washington at age 26. 
With my longtime hiking pal Clare Green of Warwick, retired kindergarten teacher, I’ll be hiking up Warwick’s Mount Grace Saturday morning, May 7. The occasion is the 15th annual Ned Green Scholarship Hike, held the Saturday of Mother’s Day...
MID COAST, Maine — Author William Emrich has announced publication of his book, “Wild Maine Adventure,” by Haley’s of Athol. “Wild Maine Adventure” recounts the author’s dream-come-true of building a cabin on a lake in the woods of Mid Coast, Maine...
The Reprobate Blues Band will perform Friday at Butterfield Park in Orange. Members are, left to right -- Bob Pierce, Charlie Scott, Tom Goodwin, Janet Henderson, Bo Henderson, Jim Bennett. Submitted photo
ORANGE — The Reprobate Blues Band will kick off the third year of Friendly Town Live, the free, all-ages concert series, on Friday, May 6, from 7 to 9 p.m., at Butterfield Park, 83 East River St. If rain is in the forecast, the concert moves to the...
Athol High School's Gage Wood dives into home plate to score a run during Tuesday's baseball contest in Athol as Pioneer pitcher Kyle Hubbard covers. Wood smacked two hits and scored a run, but it wasn't enough in Athol's 5-3 loss to the Panthers. Photo By Katie Richard
ATHOL — The Athol High School baseball team continued its struggles in a 5-3 loss to Pioneer on Tuesday. The Raiders (1-7) found themselves in a 5-1 hole in the bottom of the seventh, but were able to put the tying run on base before falling...
An employee of the Tro-Con Corporation of Woburn was struck and killed by a bulldozer during the construction of a new public park just behind the Phillipston Police Department, 40 The Common, Wednesday, May 4. On scene were members of the State’s Office of the Medical Examiner, State Police, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Seen in this photo roughly 300 feet behind the police station are members of the department, and an employee of Tro-Con discussing the situation while investigat
MOTHER AND SON -- Clare and Ned Green, both enthusiasts of hiking and the out-of-doors, posed for this photo in the northern Presidential Range in New Hampshire's White Mountains shortly before Ned perished on Mount Washington at age 26. 
The Reprobate Blues Band will perform Friday at Butterfield Park in Orange. Members are, left to right -- Bob Pierce, Charlie Scott, Tom Goodwin, Janet Henderson, Bo Henderson, Jim Bennett. Submitted photo
Athol High School's Gage Wood dives into home plate to score a run during Tuesday's baseball contest in Athol as Pioneer pitcher Kyle Hubbard covers. Wood smacked two hits and scored a run, but it wasn't enough in Athol's 5-3 loss to the Panthers. Photo By Katie Richard
An employee of the Tro-Con Corporation of Woburn was struck and killed by a bulldozer during the construction of a new public park just behind the Phillipston Police Department, 40 The Common, Wednesday, May 4. On scene were members of the State’s Office of the Medical Examiner, State Police, and the Occupational Health and Safety Administration. Seen in this photo roughly 300 feet behind the police station are members of the department, and an employee of Tro-Con discussing the situation while investigat
PHILLIPSTON — An unexpected tragedy took place just behind the police department, at 40 The Common, during the construction of a new public park shortly after 8 a.m. on Wednesday, May 4. A worker for Tro-Con Corporation was struck and killed by a bulldozer during the construction process.  The...
ROYALSTON — In their individual reports to the selectboard Tuesday night, both fire chief Keith Newton and police chief Curtis Deveneau extolled the work being done by Winchendon to convert the old Winchendon District Courthouse on Central Street into a new police station.  Newton informed the...
ORANGE — The Orange Elementary School Committee on Wednesday received third-draft copies of the Dexter Park Innovation School Plan for inclusionary instruction across all learning levels, one week ahead of a May 11 faculty vote. If faculty approval meets the required two-thirds threshold, the...
ORANGE — Scott Hemlin and Eric Dion have been named the permanent co-principals for the Ralph C. Mahar Regional School.  Hemlin and Dion will formally replace Ishmael Tabales, who was hired last year by the Worcester Public Schools to be the assistant principal of Union Hill Elementary School...
BOSTON — The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection (MassDEP) has announced 45 winners of the annual Public Water Systems Awards, including the Orange Water Department, which received at Water Conservation Award. The awards are given each year to celebrate “National Drinking Water...

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