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ROYALSTON — The selectboard will meet Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 7 p.m., in the town hall, with the following agenda: Athol-Royalston Regional School District Superintendent Darcy Fernandes and Business Manager Lynn Bassett — Discussion of fiscal year 2019 budget and accelerated repair program....
PHILLIPSTON — The selectboard will meet Monday, Dec. 18, at 7 p.m., in the town hall, with the following agenda: Dec. 4 minutes. Announcements. Appointments (times approximate) — 7:05, department head reports. New business — Auto license renewals; board stipend policy; facility use policy...
PHILLIPSTON — The Phillipston Community Preservation Committee is soliciting applications for fiscal year 2019 project funding. Grants can be applied to in-town projects involving open space, community housing, historic preservation, or recreation. Applications can be obtained in the selectboard...
PETERSHAM — The selectboard will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 6:30 p.m., in the town hall lower level, with the following agenda: Minutes.  New business —Nichewaug Inn and Academy project: update on second walk-through, status of asbestos removal project; other business as available; approval...
CANTON — The sponsoring energy companies of the Massachusetts Good Neighbor Energy Fund (GNEF) have announced that the fund’s 2017-2018 “Give The Gift of Warmth” fundraising campaign is now underway with a goal to raise $500,000 and provide energy assistance to more than 1,175 households. The...
ERVING — The selectboard will meet Monday, Dec. 18, at 6:30 p.m., at the Senior & Community Center, with the following agenda: Minutes. Fiscal year 2019 budget requests — Joint meeting with Finance Committee, 7 p.m. Discussion of snow and ice removal practices. LED street light...
 bankHometown will be making a $5,000 matching donation to TEEG Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group, of Connecticut, to be used toward the purchase of a food delivery truck. Left to right -- TEEG board member Ted Reynolds; Putnam Branch Manager Monique Mailloux; Jo-Ann Chenail, vice president/branch administration and business development officer; Michael Roy, vice president -- Community Reinvestment Act officer; and Anne Miller, executive director of TEEG. Submitted photo
OXFORD — Michael Hewitt, president and CEO of bankHometown, has announced that the bank will be making a $5,000 matching donation to TEEG Thompson Ecumenical Empowerment Group, of Connecticut, to be used toward the purchase of a food delivery truck. Hewitt said, “As a local community bank, we...
ATHOL — The Vacant and Abandoned Buildings Committee will meet Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 5:30 p.m., in Liberty Hall, with the following agenda: Minutes. Chairman’s report. Inspector’s reports — Receivership update. Public comment. Old business — Priority properties, next steps. New business...
ATHOL — The Board of Health will meet Tuesday, Dec. 19, at 4 p.m., in Room 1 of the town hall, with the following agenda: Nov. 21 minutes. November reports. New business — Assistant health agent; fiscal year 2019 budget. Old business — Flu clinics; emergency dispensing site drill. Agent...
The 50th annual Athol Circle Christmas Bird Count will take place on Saturday, Dec. 16. Feeder watchers and casual observers who are located within the above circle are encouraged to report their bird sightings. Anyone who sees an unusual (rare) bird should call or text Athol Bird and Nature Club President Dave Small at 978-413-1772. Participants should send their total counts with address and species list, along with the total number of each species observed, to Dave@dhsmall.net or leave a voice message at
ATHOL — Saturday, Dec. 16, is the 50th annual Athol Circle Christmas Bird Count, a “citizen science” project that provides the longest continuously running bird data in the area. Soup on the Fly, at 1493 Main St., will open early at 6 a.m. to send the counters off after a hearty breakfast and...

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