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Tuesday, July 25 Athol Conservation Commission, 6 p.m., Liberty Hall. Orange Human Resource Board, 6 p.m., town hall. School Building Committee, 6:15 p.m., Dexter Park School. Planning Board, 6:30 p.m., town hall. Petersham Selectboard, 6 p.m., lower level of the town hall....
Tuesday, July 25 2:00 PM History of the Orange District Court Part 2 3:00 PM History of the National Guard in Orange: Looking Back with Pride 4:00 PM About Town Gauvin Sugar House 5:00 PM Stepping Out with Lumphy: Pete’s Tire Barns 5:35 PM Americana-In The Suburbs 1950’s 6:00 PM Indie...
Menus for the week of July 31-August 4 Monday, baked meatloaf, mushroom gravy, tater tots, carrots, applesauce fruit cup Tuesday, beef and lentil chili, spinach, brown rice, escalloped apples (Diet: cinnamon apple slices) Wednesday, cream of broccoli soup, grilled chicken, apricot glaze,...
his 1964 photo shows the stores formerly located on the ground level of the Pequoig Hotel, now senior apartments and retail space at the corner of Main and Exchange streets in Athol. At that time, Ray's Pharmacy, Aubuchon Hardware, Armand's Hair Stylists, Western Union, Scott Jewelers and Massachusetts Electric occupied the storefronts. These were the last commercial tenants before the building was nearly abandoned and later converted into senior apartments. Photo courtesy of Richard J. Chaisson
1992 Construction of a memorial park in honor of the late Dr. Richard H. Smith, former principal of Athol High School, is under way at the school. Building materials and labor for the project have been donated by Mann Lumber, Joseph A. Mallet and Son Excavating Company and P.J. Keating Company....
ROYALSTON — At 5:46 p.m., Monday, emergency personnel responded to Stone Road for a report of car striking a utility pole. Royalston police sergeant Roland Hamel said today a 60-year-old female driver went off the road and struck the pole, causing it to break and fall into the road. A...
BOSTON — The Beacon Hill Roll Call recorded votes and discussions of legislators during the week of July 17-21. EDUCATION BILLS — The Education Committee held a hearing on 30 bills including: STUDENTS MUST LEARN CPR (H 3733) — Requires all public high school students to study and demonstrate a...
At a recent conference for seniors, I was told by a member of the audience that a lawyer had suggested to this person that the Powers of Attorney that were signed eight years ago should be updated. The question from this person was essentially asking whether or not this recommendation was a valid...
ORANGE — The Orange Republican Town Committee and North Central Mass. Tea Party will meet on Wednesday, July 26, at 7 p.m., at the Fiske, Murphy Mack Funeral Home at 110 New Athol Rd. Sarah De La Cerda, co-chairman of the National Stop Elizabeth Warren Committee, will be the guest speaker. 
Monday, July 24  7:34 a.m. - Officer assisted state’s Department of Children and Families with investigating past incident, East River Street.  10:45 a.m. - Meals on Wheels worker reports someone is inside residence clumped over table and they cannot get there attention, Wheeler Avenue. Female...
ORANGE — On Monday, at 12:15 p.m., police executed a warrant of apprehension for a subject. That subject was brought directly to court. 

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Athol, MA 01331
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