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The Athol Daily News prints, free of charge, announcements of births, weddings, engagements, anniversaries, major birthday milestones, military achievements, honors, awards, and college acceptance and college graduation notices. Photos and accompanying information is submitted by our readers and...
Saturday, April 29 6:30 AM Orange Selectboard Joint Meeting with Department of Public Works 11:00 AM AOTV presents: War of the Worlds 12:00 PM Creature Double Feature: House on Haunted Hill and The Last Man On Earth 2:45 PM King of the Palace Candlepin Bowling: Match1 3:20 PM Weathering...
Monday, May 1 Athol Athol High School Scholarship Association, 5:15 p.m., school library. Athol-Royalston Regional School District Superintendent Screening Committee (executive session), 5:15 p.m., A-R Middle School. Agricultural Commission, 7 p.m., library room at the town hall. Board...
ATHOL — The Conservation Commission on Tuesday consider several wetlands issues. A plan was approved for William and Tracy MacDonald for a new well and septic system at a lot at 210 Burbee Rd. As a part of the order of conditions issued, sediment and erosion control measures must be taken while...
NEW SALEM — The annual town election on Monday, May 1, features one contest, with challenger David Briand seeking to fill the three-year selectboard seat currently occupied by Chair Randy Gordon, who is a write-in candidate. Town Clerk Stacy Senflug, asked previously to clarify why Gordon’s name...
During a recent fire on Hapgood Street in Athol the Salvation Army provided cold drinks and dinner to responding firefighters. Following the fire the Salvation Army has worked to make sure all the residents of the now destroyed building have housing, clothes, food and medicine lost in the blaze.  Submitted photo
ATHOL – A week after one of the largest fires in recent memory, which displaced five families, The Salvation Army continues to serve. The immediate response during which many survivors experience shock and eight people were hospitalized is only the beginning of a long recovery process. Salvation...
ROYALSTON — The selectboard will meet Tuesday, May 2, at 7 p.m., in the town hall, with the following agenda: Minutes. Acknowledgments, announcements, correspondence — Letter from Keith Morris regarding Pan Am herbicide program. Department head reports. New business — Chapter 90 contract...
ROYALSTON — The public is invited to an old-fashioned May Day celebration on Tuesday, May 2, at 9 a.m., at the Village School in Royalston.  Children can join in May Pole weaving and dancing. There will be singing of traditional songs and rounds, with local musicians.  Rumor has it that the...
PHILLIPSTON — The selectboard will meet Monday, May 1, at 7 p.m., in the town hall, with the following agenda: April 24 minutes. Announcements — Public information meeting; appointment, Conservation Commission; resignation, town accountant. New business — Queen Lake dam permit; MassDOT...
Members of Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School's national winning JROTC CyberPatriot team include, from left -- Joshuah Knapp of Princeton, Alex Commodore of Gardner, Brandon Trundy of Westminster, captain Leon Gaulin of Winchendon, Nicholas Sullivan of Fitchburg and Devin Normandin of Lunenburg. School photo
FITCHBURG — Montachusett Regional Voctaional Technical School’s national winning JROTC CyberPatriot team, known as the “Marine Raiders,” placed third in this year’s CyberPatriot IX National Youth Cyber Defense Competition.  In addition, team captain Leon Gaulin of Winchendon, a senior...

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