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Officials from Workers' Credit Union and Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School make it official with a ribbon cutting at the credit union's newest in-school branch, 1050 Westminster St., Fitchburg. Left to right -- Kate Trinque, Workers' Credit Union; Mayor-elect Steve DiNatale; John Doyle, Workers'; Judy Bourgault, Workers'; Sheila Harrity, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School; Doug Petersen, Workers'; Tom Browne, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School; Alysa Duval, Work
FITCHBURG — With a snip of the oversized scissors, officials from Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School Friday ushered in a new era at the grand opening of Workers’ Credit Union’s in-school branch office. “This branch is a great addition to the school, providing a tremendous...
PETERSHAM — The selectboard will meet on Tuesday, Dec. 15, at 7 p.m., in the lower level of the town hall with the following agenda: Minutes. Meeting at 7:05 with Linda Paquet, chair energy committee re: heating conservation memo for town buildings. New business — discussion of Nichewaug Inn...
AREA — The Pioneeer Valley Brass will perform two free concerts of holiday music this weekend, beginning today, Dec. 12, at 5:30 p.m. at The First Parish Unitarian of Hubbardston, 2 Main St. An additional concert will be held Sunday, Dec. 13, at 4 p.m. at the Trinitarian Congregational Church of...
ATHOL — Looking to do some gift shopping during Saturday night’s Midnight Madness but still in need of a tree to put those gifts under? North Quabbin Lodge of Freemasons, at 336 Main St., will be open Saturday evening until 10 p.m. selling Christmas trees during the local shopping event.
Shown are some of the seniors in the Early Childhood Education program at Monty Tech who sponsored a baby shower for infants in foster care. All items were donated to the Department of Child and Families for distribution. From left are, Ashley Tousignant of Winchendon, Valerie Hanley of Fitchburg, Amy Capone of Ashby, Kelsey Comiskey of Fitchburg, Kristina Berge of Holden, Leah Wallace of Gardner and Haley Smith of Fitchburg. Front row (right) are Samantha Reed of Westminster and Hannah Moilanen of Fitchbur
FITCHBURG — As part of their curriculum on the care of infants, seniors in Karla Boudreau’s Early Childhood Education program at Monty Tech recently sponsored a baby shower for infants in foster care. The students planned all aspects of the shower, including collecting donations, designing and...
 Pictured are Heywood Healthcare administrators, members of the Health Policy Commission, and community and schoolbased partners. The two organizations have announced the rollout of Phase 2 for the CHART Investment Program initiative
AREA — Heywood Healthcare, in partnership with the Health Policy Commission and with local community partners and school districts, has announced the rollout of its Phase 2 for the Community Hospital Acceleration, Revitalization, and Transformation (CHART) Investment Program initiative. The...
FITCHBURG — Learn about the educational opportunities available at Fitchburg State University when the Office of Graduate and Continuing Education (GCE) hosts an information session on Tuesday, Jan. 5, at 5 p.m. The snow date for the event will be Thursday, Jan. 7. The free session, where...
Weekend, Dec. 5-6 Athol - Voters will have two articles to consider at a special town meeting to be held Dec. 7. The Athol Savings Bank has donated $10,000 to the Athol Area YMCA. The Athol Daily News’ Santa Fund stands at $4,294 toward a goal of $13,500. Orange - Children went to Johnson’...
Franklin County Technical School recently hosted a job fair for students. Colton Tarbox, of Wendell, spoke with a representative from Yankee Candle about potential jobs with the company.   School photo
TURNERS FALLS — As Colton Tarbox, of Wendell and a senior in Franklin County Technical School’s programming and web design program, spoke to companies at the school’s annual Career Expo, he was pleased to find out that his skills would be in high demand when he graduates next year. “Pretty much...
In October, the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce hosted a workshop for emerging leaders. The program saw 22 participants from the area. Submitted photo
FITCHBURG — In October, 22 men and women, sponsored by area companies as up and coming employees and future leaders in the community, began taking part in the North Central Massachusetts Chamber of Commerce’s Community Leadership Institute. The nine-month program is dedicated to providing...

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