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GARDNER — Veteran Homestead Inc., an independent, non-profit organization that provides housing and care to U.S. Armed Services veterans who are elderly, disabled or diagnosed with a terminal illness, has appointed Ronda White as its new CEO effective on Veterans Day, Nov. 11. White will oversee...
Mary May-Lucchese of Shrewsbury is Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School's new director of Postgraduate and Continuing Studies. School photo
FTICHBURG — Mary May-Lucchese of Shewsbury, Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School’s new director of Postgraduate and Continuing Studies, brings to her new position a solid and impressive record of experience in the field. An employee of Assabet Valley Vocational Technical School for...
FITCHBURG — The Community Foundation of North Central Massachusetts elected trustees and officers at its recent annual meeting. Reelected as trustees to three-year terms were: Ronald Ansin, The Office of Ronald M. Ansin, Leominster; William E. Aubuchon IV, W.E. Aubuchon Company Inc., Westminster...
GARDNER — The National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) District One Conference was held from Sunday, Nov. 6 to 8, in Newport, R.I., continuing its annual tradition of professional development, networking, and recognition of outstanding achievement in marketing, public relations...
ATHOL — The following students were named to the first-term honor roll at the Athol-Royalston Middle School: Grade 5 Gold Honor Roll Jenna Bonenfant, Raymond Castine, Tessa DuPray, Anna Duquette, Logen Girard, Tori Hagelberg, Kaydence LeBlanc, Samantha Mailloux, Peyton Parker, Harold Riordon...
STEINER: A son, Jack Daniel Edgar Steiner, weighing 9 pounds, was born Oct. 16, 2016, at Baystate Franklin Medical Center in Greenfield, to Cynthia (LaPointe) Steiner and Stephen Steiner, of Ashfield. Maternal grandmother is Ruth Lapointe, of Athol. Paternal grandmother is Mareen Steiner, of...
ATHOL — Athol Savings Bank was recognized by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) at the “Learning to Save — Saving to Learn” symposium on Friday, Oct. 21, in Alexandria, Va.  The symposium brought together representatives from nearly 20 banks, as well as non-profit and school...
Olivia Charland, left, a summer volunteer at Heywood Hospital; and Heywood volunteer manager Sue Deacon, are pictured with a certificate of recognition from the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind. The award was presented jointly to Heywood and Charland, who completed over 150 volunteer hours. Submitted photo
GARDNER — Last month, summer volunteer Olivia Charland and Heywood Hospital were recognized by the Massachusetts Commission for the Blind. Charland completed almost 150 volunteer hours at Heywood over the summer, working in the Community Relations, Human Resources and EVS/Facilities departments as...
Heywood Healthcare recently honored 179 employees during its annual Service Awards recognition dinner. Left-to-right -- 40- and 45-year awardees Ron Ladeau, Jeannie Sanborn, Judy Tanguay-Dickman, Chris Desreuisseau, Robbie Lajoie, President and CEO Win Brown, Alice Hardy, Ann Abare and Karen Millett.  Submitted photo
GARDNER — Heywood Healthcare honored 179 employees on Oct. 19 during its annual Service Awards recognition dinner. “We love to celebrate longevity and achievement because it is part of the culture,” said Heywood Healthcare President and CEO Win Brown. “Our employees give so much of themselves to...
FCTS Superintendent Richard Martin leading a tour of the school's capital improvements, including a new track.
TURNERS FALLS — For the 40th anniversary celebration of Franklin County Technical School, Class of 1980 President James Recore brought along a scrapbook of newspaper clippings of his track and field career and a photo of his high school a cappella group, The Reeds Bridge Boys.  Recore was a...

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