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DEDHAM — The American Red Cross urges eligible donors of all races and ethnicities to give blood to help ensure a diverse blood supply for patients in need. Some blood types are unique to certain racial and ethnic groups, so a diverse blood supply is important to meeting the medical needs of an...
PHILLIPSTON — The Johnny Appleseed Trail Association (JATA) and the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce have announced the launch of their newest networking program, “Experience North Central.” This new quarterly series offers guests a unique opportunity to experience local...
ORANGE — On Tuesday night an employee from an East Main Street business reported a larceny had occurred at 8:13 p.m.  The employee reported money had been taken from the service desk area by a Hispanic male in his 30s wearing a white Under Armor hat and a blue/gray Adidas shirt. Officers...
ORANGE — The Orange Board of Health will hold a free flu clinic on Saturday, Oct. 7, from 8 to 11 a.m., at the Armory, 135 East Main St. The clinic is limited to adults age 18 and older, and attendees should bring their insurance cards. Getting an annual flu immunization is the first and best...
ORANGE — On Tuesday, at 1 p.m., a party reported witnessing a blue Chevrolet Blazer back into a small red car in the library parking lot on Grove Street. The party said there appeared to be a lot of damage to the red car. 
GARDNER — Mount Wachusett Community College’s Tea Time Speaker Series held an interactive discussion and presentation titled “Gender Identity: Understanding Identity and Sexuality,” on Monday, Sept. 25. “Your gender identity is your interpretation of who you are,” keynote speaker Laura...
MONTAGUE — On Sunday, Nov. 5, from 3 to 5 p.m., Franklin County Continuing the Political Revolution will present a multimedia concert celebrating “The War on Labor: 100 Years Ago and Today.” Charlie King and Candace Cassin will present an original production of songs, slides and stories about...
The Montachusett Suicide Prevention Task Force's "Our Stars Shine" display is open to the public at Heywood Hospital in Gardner. The display is part of a campaign by the MSPTF to break the silence around suicide in the local area. It will run through the end of September to coincide with National Suicide Prevention Month. Submitted photo 
GARDNER — The Montachusett Suicide Prevention Task Force (MSPTF), a regional coalition partner of the Massachusetts Coalition for Suicide Prevention, recently launched its “Our Stars Shine” campaign to break the silence around suicide in the local area. The campaign displays color-coded stars...
BOSTON — Legislation heard Tuesday by the Joint Committee on Consumer Protection and Professional Licensure would ramp up consumer data protections and measures dealing with credit reports. Sen. Anne Gobi (D-Spencer), a co-sponsor of the bill, joined colleagues in supporting it. Originally filed...
Fitchburg State University will present a free performance of chamber music by the Trio Orione at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Kent Recital Hall at the Conlon Fine Arts Building. Pictured front, with cello, is Mary Carfagna. Standing behind Carfagna are flutist April Showers, left; and pianist Roy Imperio. Submitted photo
FITCHBURG — Fitchburg State University will present a free performance of chamber music by the Trio Orione at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 4, in Kent Recital Hall at the Conlon Fine Arts Building, 367 North St. The performance, sponsored by the university’s Humanities Department and the Center for...

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