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Menus for the week of September 25-29 Monday, cheesy omelet, cheese sauce, sausage links, homefries, fresh orange Tuesday, bbq pork rib b que, baked beans, coleslaw (HDM: mixed vegetables), raisins Wednesday, chicken breast, red bell pepper sauce, orzo pilaf with spinach, California...
CONCORD — A “Party like a Rockstar” fundraiser event will be held at the Nashawtuc Country Club, at 1861 Sudbury Rd., on Saturday, Oct. 14, at 7 p.m. Proceeds will benefit The Tyler Foundation, based in Groton. The foundation was established by former Athol residents Erik and Heather Plotkin. It...
Mount Wachusett Community College announced Friday that it will open an on-campus food pantry at its Gardner campus this fall as the campus community seeks to address food insecurity among MWCC students. Pictured from left to right at the announcement are -- Assistant Dean for K-12 Partnerships and Civic Engagement Fagan Forhan, Staff Assistant for the Senator Stephen M. Brewer Center for Civic Learning Julie Cronin, Student Leader in Civic Engagement Jake VanHillo, Student Leader in Civic Engagement Tammy
GARDNER — Mount Wachusett Community College officials have announced that the school will open an on-campus food pantry at its Gardner campus this fall as the campus community seeks to address food insecurity among MWCC students. The announcement also kicked off a month-long food and fundraising...
Jeannette Martin, pictured working in her studio, will be teaching Oil Painting 101 for beginners and intermediates at the Petersham Art Center in October. Two other October classes will be offered, Traditional Rug Hooking and Quilt a Runner.   Submitted photo
PETERSHAM — Petersham Art Center has announced that Traditional Rug Hooking, Quilt a Runner, and Oil Painting 101 will be presented for their October schedule of classes. Participants will be able to create gifts in time for the holidays or to keep as heirlooms for themselves and their families...
ATHOL — At the Athol Public Library on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 6 p.m., author Stephen R. Katz will talk about the seven major league baseball players from the small town of Ware and their contributions to baseball since the mid-1800s. Katz was born in Ware and raised in Winthrop. He was an...
AREA — The State Police will conduct a sobriety checkpoint on a public way in Worcester County beginning on Friday, Sept. 22, and going into Saturday, Sept. 23. The purpose is to further educate the motoring public and strengthen the public’s awareness to the need of detecting and removing from...
Many people assume that adding another name, such as a daughter’s or a son’s, to the title of their vehicle will automatically create a joint tenancy. The purpose of establishing joint ownership of the vehicle is to avoid probate upon the death of the parent. Unfortunately, the Registry of Motor...
Monday, Sept. 18 8:45 a.m. - Report of white male walking with long gun, Daniel Shays Highway. Area checked with negative contact.  10:11 a.m. - Report of disabled auto in travel lane, Mountain Road. Found owner was hiking Tully Mountain. Not a hazard.  10:23 a.m. - Traffic stop, Main Street...
ORANGE — Police have responded to two accidents since yesterday.  At 4:11 p.m., Monday, on New Athol Road, a hit-and-run accident occurred. Further details were not available prior to press time today.  At 5:50 a.m., today, a truck hit a tractor trailer unit that was parked in a lot on...
ORANGE — Time is getting short for cupcake bakers to register for the 2nd Annual Cupcake Wars to benefit the Mahar After Prom Party. There are only 30 slots available for entries. Bakers bring at least three dozen cupcakes to the Athol-Orange Elks Lodge, Route 2A, Orange, on Sunday, Oct. 1, from...

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