On hand for the check presentation to Monty Tech's Machine Technology program from the Gene Haas Foundation were, from left, Principal Thomas R. Browne, Vocational Director James J. Hachey, student Gabe LaBombard of Hubbardston, Superintendent Dr. Sheila M. Harrity, student Dakota Mula of Princeton, teacher Kevin Killay, Haas sales engineer Justin Raboin, and student Andrew King of Westminster.  School photo
FITCHBURG — Representatives from the Haas Corporation were at Montachusett Regional Vocational School recently to present a check for $15,000 that will provide scholarships for students in the school’s Machine Technology program. On receiving the...
Athol High School's Haley Bigwood, at short stop during Monday's softball game against Pioneer, scooped up the ball and threw to first for an out.Photo by Mike Phillips
ATHOL — The Athol High School softball team beat Pioneer 7-2 on Monday. Jess Souci picked up the win, throwing all seven innings. She recorded three strikeouts and allowed four walks. Destiny Ricko had a double and two singles, with an RBI....
 The Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine at Heywood Hospital, whose staff is pictured, has been awarded the Center of Distinction Award by Healogics Inc., the nation's largest provider of advanced wound care services. Submitted photo
GARDNER — Heywood Hospital physicians, leaders and clinicians will gather later this spring to celebrate the Center of Distinction Award, which was given to the Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine at Heywood Hospital by Healogics Inc.,...
Mahar's Hannah Britt beats out a throw from a hit to third base to first during a softball game against Greenfield on Thursday. Photo by Mike Phillips
ORANGE — The Mahar softball team was shut out at home by Greenfield 14-0 on Thursday. With a few key starters still out of the line-up, Mahar ran into possibly the best team in the league. Olivia Joy from Greenfield was the winning pitcher,...
 Members of the Athol-Royalston Middle School softball team are front, left to right -- Kendall Deleo, Christa Cucchi, Riley Polana, Kayleigh LeBlanc, Lindsey Leblanc, Emma Bacigalupo. Second row -- Sammy Keniff, Kennedy Valincourt, Rozlyn Nelson, Sadey Lehtomaki, Lexi Forte, Kristina Sigurdsson, Isabelle Spooner, Maddy Keniff. Back -- Assistant Coach Steve LeBlanc, Head Coach Bruce Hazen, scorekeeper Nancy Hazen. Submitted photo
ATHOL — The Athol-Royalston Middle School softball team dominated Mohawk 26-4 at home on Thursday. The 25-hit attack was led by Riley Polana with four hits, including a double; and Emma Bacigalupo and Sadey Lehtomaki with three hits each,...
Athol High School's Jared Cormier at-bat during Wednesday's game against Greenfield. Photo by Mike Phillips
GREENFIELD — The Athol High School varsity baseball team was no match for the elements of Greenfield High School in a 7-0 loss on Wednesday. The Red Raiders committed six errors and couldn’t solve right-hander Tyler Townsley on the afternoon....
 On hand for the check presentation to Monty Tech's Machine Technology program from the Gene Haas Foundation were, from left, Principal Thomas R. Browne, Vocational Director James J. Hachey, student Gabe LaBombard of Hubbardston, Superintendent Dr. Sheila M. Harrity, student Dakota Mula of Princeton, teacher Kevin Killay, Haas sales engineer Justin Raboin, and student Andrew King of Westminster.  School photo
Athol High School's Haley Bigwood, at short stop during Monday's softball game against Pioneer, scooped up the ball and threw to first for an out.Photo by Mike Phillips
 The Center for Wound Care and Hyperbaric Medicine at Heywood Hospital, whose staff is pictured, has been awarded the Center of Distinction Award by Healogics Inc., the nation's largest provider of advanced wound care services. Submitted photo
Mahar's Hannah Britt beats out a throw from a hit to third base to first during a softball game against Greenfield on Thursday. Photo by Mike Phillips
 Members of the Athol-Royalston Middle School softball team are front, left to right -- Kendall Deleo, Christa Cucchi, Riley Polana, Kayleigh LeBlanc, Lindsey Leblanc, Emma Bacigalupo. Second row -- Sammy Keniff, Kennedy Valincourt, Rozlyn Nelson, Sadey Lehtomaki, Lexi Forte, Kristina Sigurdsson, Isabelle Spooner, Maddy Keniff. Back -- Assistant Coach Steve LeBlanc, Head Coach Bruce Hazen, scorekeeper Nancy Hazen. Submitted photo
Athol High School's Jared Cormier at-bat during Wednesday's game against Greenfield. Photo by Mike Phillips
Heywood Healthcare group held a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Athol Hospital emergency department and medical office building expansion project on Wednesday morning. A number of hospital officials and supporters, including retired state senator Stephen Brewer, took part.Photo by Brian Gelinas
ATHOL — Chilly temperatures and overcast, rainy skies did not deter Heywood Healthcare from proceeding with a ceremonial groundbreaking for the Athol Hospital emergency department and medical office building expansion project on Wednesday morning. It was standing room only under the heated tent...
WENDELL — The annual town election will take place on Monday, May 1, with polls open from noon to 8 p.m. at the Town Offices, 9 Morse Village Rd. Absentee ballot applications can be picked up at the town clerk’s office, or filled out online and mailed in. The application deadline is Friday,...
PHILLIPSTON — Twenty citizens turned out Wednesday for an informational meeting on the Queen Lake Dam Rehabilitation Project. Selectman Terry Dymek gave a brief history of the dam. Built in 1952 for $1,200, it is a 20-by-20-foot outlet dam, made of concrete with a fairly simple way of changing...
ERVING — The selectmen met Monday night and began their meeting by tabling the Employee Performance Review process for one week, stating the need for more time to prepare documents.   The selectmen took another look at the job descriptions for the building/grounds maintenance and custodial...
ATHOL — The Board of Health is giving consideration to signing a letter at the request of the Massachusetts Association of Health Boards that will be sent to the state government and which protests the allowance for any new natural gas pipelines in the state. The MAHB is asking that BOHs sign...

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