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Work on Pinedale Avenue Bridge connecting Athol and Orange to resume
05-07-2024 4:30 PM


ATHOL – Closed for a year and a half, work on the Pinedale Avenue Bridge is set to resume next week, according to Public Works Director Dick Kilhart.Kilhart explained that work has been on hold recently as the project’s contractor, Construction...

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Franklin Tech student welds ‘artistic’ bench for French King Bridge
04-30-2024 1:14 PM


ERVING — Drawing inspiration from the French King Bridge, Franklin County Technical School senior Laynie Coates, 17, put her welding skills to the test.The result, a green bench with lettering that says “Gateway to the Mohawk Trail” and a bridge-like...

Royalston Selectboard awards contract for King Street Bridge assessment
02-05-2024 5:00 PM


ROYALSTON – The Selectboard has awarded the contract for an engineering study of the King Street Bridge to Ellena Engineering.Board Vice Chair Rick Martin said he will meet with representatives of Ellena Engineering to finalize a timeline for...

Royalston board seeks bids for King Street Bridge project
01-09-2024 4:02 PM

By Greg Vine

ROYALSTON – In July of last year, representatives of the North Quabbin Trails Association met with the Selectboard to encourage its members to support the rehabilitation of the King Street Bridge in the South Village.At last summer’s meeting, NQTA...

‘A new iteration’ for French King Bridge: Advocates, officials mark installation of safety barriers
10-13-2023 5:38 PM


ERVING — In recognition of the long-awaited installation of safety barriers at the French King Bridge, town and state officials, first responders and affected families gathered for an emotional reception at the French King Restaurant on Thursday...

Event looks to ‘recognize the impact’ of French King Bridge safety barriers
10-01-2023 5:00 PM


To acknowledge the years of advocacy and heartache that led to the installation of safety barriers at the French King Bridge, the town is partnering with the Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) to host a reception at the French King...

Athol officials hope to see portion of $375M for bridge, sidewalk work
08-08-2023 3:34 PM


ATHOL – Last week, Gov. Maura Healey signed a $375 million spending package for bridge and road maintenance, and Athol officials are hoping to see enough funds for several projects.The bill was created by a House-Senate conference committee before...

Selectboard mulls King Street Bridge’s future
07-20-2023 3:48 PM


ROYALSTON – Representatives of the North Quabbin Trails Association met with Royalston’s Selectboard Tuesday night and enthusiastically pitched options for rehabilitating the King Street Bridge. The bridge, built in 1937, sits just off Blossom Street...

French King Bridge safety barrier construction at ‘halfway point’
04-11-2023 5:03 PM


The French King Bridge between Gill and Erving is expected to be reduced to one lane of alternating traffic this week as the state Department of Transportation (MassDOT) continues its work to install safety barriers, a project that Gill Police Chief...

State assumes responsibility for Fryeville Bridge in Athol
02-26-2023 8:09 PM


ATHOL – Town Manager Shaun Suhoski had some good news for Athol’s Selectboard.Suhoski presented the board with a letter from state’s Department of Transportation “that confirms that the commonwealth, MassDOT, is going to assume the design,...

Major infrastructure projects lie ahead for Athol in 2023
01-03-2023 3:34 PM


ATHOL – A number of important infrastructure projects are on Athol Public Works Director Dick Kilhart’s to-do list for 2023.Topping that list is the Pinedale Avenue Bridge, jointly owned by the towns of Athol and Orange. Athol Town Manager Shaun...

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