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ROYALSTON — The selectboard will meet Tuesday, March 15, at 7 p.m., in the town hall, with the following agenda: Minutes. Acknowledgments, announcement, correspondence. Department head reports. Old business — Continuation of fiscal year 2017 budgets. New business — Events Committee,...
EDITOR’S NOTE: This is the first part of a two-part article. Part 2 will appear in tomorrow’s edition. —— BOSTON — On the heels of the recent forum in Orange on the state’s proposal to place timber rattlesnakes on Mt. Zion island at the Quabbin Reservoir, Dr. Tom French, of the Division of...
PHILLIPSTON — The selectboard will meet Monday, March 14, at 7 p.m., at the town hall, with the following agenda: March 7 minutes. Announcements — Next meeting, Monday March 21; closing date for warrant articles (March 21); railing at town hall annex. Appointments (times approximate) — 7,...
PHILLIPSTON — It was a busy evening for the Finance Committee on Thursday, March 10, as members addressed how to pay for a replacement for the fire department command vehicle which also serves as the emergency management and emergency response vehicle for calls, along with regular business. ...
PETERSHAM — The Nezich-Kramer flute duo will be performing selections from the Baroque, Classical, and Romantic periods on Wednesday, March 16, at 7 p.m., at the Petersham Memorial Library, 23 Common St. Eve-Marie Nezich is from Hubbardston and is on the faculty of Cushing Academy. Jen Kramer is...
ORANGE — The new selectboard opened their first meeting Wednesday night with a moment of silence for Leena Ciolino and Victoria Gaignard, the two young girls who perished in a fire on Mechanic Street Saturday. Following the moment of quiet reflection the board met with Lt. Michael Buzzard and...
Thursday 7:40 a.m. - Party reports erratic driver traveling north and pulling into Mahar Regional School, South Main Street. Located driver and advised him of complaint.  8:10 a.m. - Medical emergency, East River Street.  9:07 p.m. - Party reports subject outside window waving court paper at...
ORANGE — At 9:20 a.m., Thursday, police witnessed Lisa M. Marion, 48, of 111 Hayden St., in a vehicle on Hayden Street. She was placed under arrest on three warrants.  She was transported to the police station for booking. 
GARDNER — The search for Mount Wachusett Community College’s third president in 53 years has officially begun. MWCC’s Board of Trustees has named a Presidential Search Committee to find the successor to Daniel M. Asquino, who announced last month that he will retire in January 2017 after 30...
WORCESTER – Special Olympics Winter season action wraps up this weekend in Massachusetts as over 1,500 Special Olympics Athletes and Unified Partners (athletes with and without intellectual or developmental disabilities) will compete in a state-level competition in and around Worcester....

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