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FITCHBURG – Workers’ Credit Union has purchased additional office space in Littleton to accommodate its rapid growth, freeing up needed space in their Fitchburg and Lunenburg offices.  The $1.3 billion community credit union has just closed on a multi-tenant office building at 119 Russell St.,...
——— PHILLIPSTON — Victoria Chadbourne, of Phillipston, has been named to the dean’s list at Dean College, in Franklin, for the fall 2015 semester.
——— EASTHAMPTON — William Ashenden, a Grade 11 student from Orange, achieved high honors in the third trimester of the 2015-2016 academic year at the Williston Northampton School. Students achieving high honors are required to earn a grade point average of 92. The Williston Northampton...
NEWTON — Tilyr Gannon, of Erving, was recently named to the dean’s list at Lasell College in Newton for the fall 2015 semester. Gannon, whose major is history, is a member of the class of 2018 and was among 726 students honored in the fall 2015 semester.
Attorney Richard A. Cella has been reappointed to the Mount Wachusett Community College Board of Trustees. Left to right -- board chair Tina Sbrega, Cella, President Daniel M. Asquino. Submitted photo
GARDNER — Leominster and Gardner attorney Richard A. Cella has been reappointed to the Mount Wachusett Board of Trustees by Gov. Charlie Baker. Attorney Cella, who first joined the board in 2010, was officially sworn in on Thursday, Dec. 10, during a brief ceremony at the college. “Attorney...
FITCHBURG — Thomas R. Browne, principal of Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School, announces the honor roll for the first quarter of the 2015-2016 school year. Principal’s List (90 or higher in each subject) Seniors Emilee Hays, Athol; Tiffany Pedroza, Athol; Cameron Truehart,...
Travon Godette, left, of Orange, holds a plaque he received as one of eight recipients of Westfield State University's President's Award for Excellence in Leadership. With Godette is university President Elizabeth Preston.
WESTFIELD — Westfield State University recognized eight students for their leadership and service to both the university and the community. Each student was recognized with the President’s Award for Excellence in Leadership in a ceremony held on Friday, Dec. 4, in Scanlon Banquet Hall. The...
LEOMINSTER — Kara Labonte, a real estate sales professional in Orange, has joined the Keller Williams North Central Market Center. “We are ecstatic to have Kara join us here at Keller Williams,” said Mark Kavanagh, CEO/Teamleader of Keller Williams North Central. “Keller Williams offers its...
Seen in this photo are 12 of the 14 graduates of the first Change Agent Class standing with Rebecca Bialecki, VP of Community Health for Heywood Health Care. Program graduates completed a one year course in how to be an "Agent of Change" focusing on communication, professional development skills, leadership, and other areas of topic. Seen in this photo in no particular order are Elen De Angelis, Amanda Ares, Emma O'Connor, Andrew Clark, Sabrina Kuchta, Janet Harris, Susan Price, Monique Connor, Jennifer Ald
ATHOL — As part of a comprehensive course in professional development, employees of Athol Hospital and Heywood Hospital under the joint mission of Heywood Health Care & Alliance have announced the 14 graduates of the first Change Agent class of 2015.  Rebecca Bialecki, Vice President of...
TURNERS FALLS — Franklin County Technical School winners of the 2015 John and Abigail Adams Scholarship and their parents and guardians recently attended a breakfast in their honor at the FCTS Apprentice Restaurant, prepared by the school’s Culinary Arts program staff and students. Thirty-three...

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