Sinclair Chuck Stone's Jeremy Vezina hits a ball over the center field wall in the fourth inning of their game against North Leominster in Leominster on Wednesday night. It was Vezina's first home run on the little league year. Chuck Stone went on to lose 12-3. Photo by Adam Lewis
LEOMINSTER — The good for the Jimmy Fund tournament Sinclair Chuck Stone LL team was that they put the bat on the ball Wednesday night. The bad was that they convert the hits into runs as North Leominster won 12-3 at Desantis Field in Leominster...
Mahar's Daesean Watson battles for a rebound during the team's summer league game against Notre Dame Academy on Tuesday night in Fitchburg. Mahar won the game 81-53 and improved to 10-0. The team has one final regular season game on Thursday night, at 7:30 p.m., in Fitchburg, before playoffs begin. Photo by Mike Phillips
FITCHBURG—The Mahar summer basketball team dominated the floor Tuesday night, generating 16 steals and 25 turnovers in their 81-53 win over Notre Dame Academy, improving their record to 10-0. Offensively, the team rallied behind Brennan Mailloux’s...
NEWARK, N.J. — A 44-year-old man wanted in connection with a Sunday death in Milford, was arrested Monday by New Jersey State Police, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. Jusselo D. Dos Reis was arrested on a...
Science Educator Paul McNiff and Children's Librarian Angela Dumas are pictured before the children's program "Microscopic Worlds." McNiff and Dumas will be working together to bring more science workshops to the Athol Public Library through the "Science is Everywhere" grant. Submitted photo
ATHOL — Athol Public Library was recently awarded a federal Library Services and Technology Act (LSTA) “Science is Everywhere” grant for $7,500 from the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners (MBLC).  “These grants are competitive and...
 Shown in this 1951 photo is Ruth (Wilson) Bass outside of what was Acme Laundry on Main Street in Athol. Submitted photo
1992 Athol Savings Bank opened their new lending center in the former Fleet Bank building at 388 Main St. in Athol. Warner Cable Company representatives Lowell Hedlund, vice president of Time Warner Enterprises and legal counsel Cameron Carey,...
 State Police and Milford Police are searching for a Jusselo D. Dos Reis, 42, in connection with Sunday's death at 42 North Bow St.
MILFORD — State Police and Milford Police are searching for a 42-year-old man in connection with Sunday’s death at 42 North Bow St., according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. Early identified the man as Jusselo D. Dos...
 Sinclair Chuck Stone's Jeremy Vezina hits a ball over the center field wall in the fourth inning of their game against North Leominster in Leominster on Wednesday night. It was Vezina's first home run on the little league year. Chuck Stone went on to lose 12-3. Photo by Adam Lewis
Mahar's Daesean Watson battles for a rebound during the team's summer league game against Notre Dame Academy on Tuesday night in Fitchburg. Mahar won the game 81-53 and improved to 10-0. The team has one final regular season game on Thursday night, at 7:30 p.m., in Fitchburg, before playoffs begin. Photo by Mike Phillips
Science Educator Paul McNiff and Children's Librarian Angela Dumas are pictured before the children's program "Microscopic Worlds." McNiff and Dumas will be working together to bring more science workshops to the Athol Public Library through the "Science is Everywhere" grant. Submitted photo
 Shown in this 1951 photo is Ruth (Wilson) Bass outside of what was Acme Laundry on Main Street in Athol. Submitted photo
 State Police and Milford Police are searching for a Jusselo D. Dos Reis, 42, in connection with Sunday's death at 42 North Bow St.
ATHOL — The selectboard has taken under review proposed goals, submitted by and for Town Manager Shaun Suhoski, for fiscal year 2018. A vote to officially set those goals is expected at the next meeting on Aug. 1. Primary focus areas include financial procedures, economic development,...
TURNERS FALLS — While the nearby town of Orange openly readies itself for its transformation next month into the fictional town of “Castle Rock” for the filming of Hulu’s Stephen King-inspired psychological-horror series of the same name, Turners Falls is quietly preparing for its own moment in...
ATHOL — Three months after a ceremonial groundbreaking was held at Athol Hospital, the actual expansion of its emergency department and construction of medical office suites has yet to begin. Asked about its status this week, Heywood Healthcare Marketing and Communications Specialist Marissa...
. George Day, former caretaker of the town clock, presented this purchase of sale notice for the Howard Clock housed in the Unitarian Church. The notice of sale dates back to March 1884 and details the dimensions of the three clock faces and bell, and that the company installing the bell would handle everything but the carpentry work. The town clock was purchased by Martha Clapp, of Dorchester, and her sisters in memory of their mother Mary Blake Clapp, formerly of Warwick, for $375. 
WARWICK — Retired caretaker of the town clock A. George Day presented the selectboard with a copy of the original sale order for the clock as it appears in the Smithsonian Institute’s records, Monday night.  During their open time for the public, Day told the selectboard that through...
TEMPLETON — On Saturday, July 22, the Estelle R. Ford Future Nurses Scholarship Fund (www.bit.ly/erfscholarship) will host an inaugural, family-friendly Music and Arts Festival at the Templeton Fish and Game Club, at 200 Club Rd. The festival will feature over 30 artists including jewelry,...

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