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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...
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...
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...
ORANGE — Ally Dumonsau is playing the part of Sandy in the Mahar Theater Department production of “Grease,” which opened last night. Her last name was spelled incorrectly in a page 1 story published on Friday.
Clockwise from top left -- Brian Harvey, Steven L. Hale, Jessica L. Burns, Wallace Clark, Charles Gladding, Misty L. Squires.
KEENE, N.H. — An enhanced criminal patrol targeting individuals involved in the sale of controlled drugs resulted in six arrests in Keene, N.H., between Tuesday and Thursday. On Tuesday, Misty L. Squires, 30, of Keene, was taken into custody in a Walmart parking lot after displaying behavior...
NEW YORK — This Mother’s Day the Fresh Air Fund recognizes the many remarkable women northwest of Boston who take on the role of “Fresh Air mom.” They open their hearts and homes to children from New York City’s low-income communities through the fund’s Friendly Towns Program. Each summer,...
Weekend, April 22-23 Athol - The selectboard recently outlined several Route 2A and Route 2 traffic concerns in a letter to the Massachusetts Department of Transportation. Orange - The highway superintendent’s job description has been clarified. Members of the Mahar Key Club received awards...
Some of the newest members of the Phi Theta Kappa honor society are pictured following their induction on Tuesday. Front row, left to right -- Lisa Ferrara-Caron, Linda Suy, Alison Germagian, Eden Shaveet, Trevor Leger, Sharie Melendez and Jaimie Wojtkowiak. Back -- Evangelia Sunberg, Jerrica Washington, Margot Friis, Ifra Hassan, Nathan Pierce, Gemini Walter, and Paula Rosario of Templeton. Submitted photo
GARDNER — Mount Wachusett Community College’s Phi Delta Chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa international honor society inducted 56 new members and presented sizable donations to community service organizations recently. During the chapter’s induction ceremony on April 25, Gardner Mayor Mark Hawke...

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