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Wednesday, May 24 2:00 PM Mission St. Cong. Church: Joy In The Midst of Sorrow: Part 1 2:35 PM Erving Evangelical Church: “The Great Commission” 3:30 PM Catholic Diocese of Worcester: Faith in Action- April 2017 4:00 PM Quabbin Retreat Ribbon Cutting 4:50 PM Oomas Cookie Jar: Desserts...
Wednesday, May 24 Athol Athol-Royalston Regional School Committee, 6:15 p.m., A-R Middle School. Economic Development and Industrial Corporation, 7 p.m., Liberty Hall. Orange Selectboard, 6:30 p.m., town hall, Phillipston Board of Health, 5 p.m., town annex. Royalston Selectboard...
Athol Savings Bank was presented the 2017 North Quabbin Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau's Lifetime Achievement Award at the NQCCVB annual dinner meeting and awards presentation held Tuesday at the Quabbin Retreat in Petersham. Above, State Rep. Susannah Whipps (R-Athol), at the podium, congratulates and presents bank officials and board of directors members a legislative citation on behalf of the Massachusetts House of Representatives.Photo by Brian Gelinas
PETERSHAM — The North Quabbin Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau on Tuesday held its 2017 annual dinner meeting and awards presentation at the Quabbin Retreat. Several North Quabbin area private and municipal entities, along with a World War II veteran and three chamber members, were this...
EDITOR’S NOTE: After a lengthy search to find the right fit, which resulted in responses from dozens of applicants from the area and across the northeast, the Athol Daily News has found its next full time Sports Reporter.  Adam Lewis comes to us with solid writing skills, a passion for sports,...
AREA — Last week’s 14th annual North Quabbin Food-a-Thon raised more than $25,000 for five local pantries and brought in more than 16,000 donated food items, AOTV Executive Director Carol Courville said Tuesday. With quantities yet to be received from each of the sites, the reported amount of...
ERVING — The selectmen moved quickly through several agenda items at their Monday meeting. The selectboard approved the new Employee Review Guidance document and is looking for feedback from department heads prior to the June 19 department head meeting. Selectmen are still waiting to hear from...
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers, the City Council and local taxpayers are on a mission to protect the environment and downstream water. Hard-hat workers had shovels in the ground this week, and taxpayer money was flowing for the cause. Anyone who cares about clean water and Mother Earth will...
ATHOL — On Thursday, June 1, from noon to 2 p.m., Valuing Our Children will hold a Parent Café titled “How We Cope,” which will allow parents to have organized conversations regarding coping mechanisms and available resources in the area. The program will take place at the Athol Area YMCA, 545...
ATHOL — On Thursday, June 1, from noon to 2 p.m., Valuing Our Children will hold a Parent Café titled “How We Cope,” which will allow parents to have organized conversations regarding coping mechanisms and available resources in the area. The program will take place at the Athol Area YMCA, 545...
TURNERS FALLS — The Unsprung Motorcycle Road Rally, featuring vintage motorcycles and riders from around the region, will be held Saturday, June 3, at Nova Motorcycles, 151 3rd St. Unsprung is a regularity rally with the objective to ride each course segment in a specified time. The day will...

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