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PETERSHAM — The Petersham Art Center will welcome back Jen Baum of the Weaving Shed on Saturday, April 30, from 1 to 4 p.m., to teach a class on how to create yarn with a drop spindle.  Baum will teach the ins and outs of fibers, how to prepare the fiber, and how to spin it into a skein of yarn...
Sunday, April 17 4 p.m. - Traffic stop for failing to inspect, New Athol Road. Citation issued.  6 p.m. - Party requests call about missing medication, East River Street. On callback she said she recently filled prescription of Adderall and it’s missing. Stated her ex was at apartment earlier...
ORANGE — On Monday at 8 p.m. a store clerk on Daniel Shays Highway reported a party was appearing to be operating intoxicated and left the parking lot going south and then pulled into Honey Farms. Officers responded to the scene and located the vehicle exiting Honey Farms.  Nehemiah Q. Wickline...
GARDNER — On Thursday, May 5, the Gardner Museum, at 28 Pearl St., will host the next in its spring lecture series, titled “The Heroin Epidemic and Pain Medication — The Local Impact and How to Protect Your Pills.” In this presentation, the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office will provide...
GARDNER — The Greater Gardner Chamber of Commerce, 29 Parker St., will host a free seminar on how to rank high on Google with content marketing on Wednesday, April 27, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. The seminar will teach time-saving tips, techniques and apps for creating, curating and extending content...
BOSTON — The Beacon Hill Roll Call records votes and discussions by legislators in the House and Senate. TAKING DRIVER’S LICENSES AWAY FROM TAGGERS AND VANDALS — The Senate approved and sent to the House two similar bills. One would repeal a current law that requires anyone convicted of tagging...
Sunday, April 17 12:06 p.m. - Caller reports tenant was threatened by another tenant in shared common area, Central Street. 12:32 p.m. - Alarm, Chestnut Hill Avenue. Officers on priority call; State Police unable to respond. At 12:42, alarm company canceled response. Advised to register alarm...
ATHOL — At 9:15 p.m., Monday, Kenneth M. Benoit, 48, of 174 Yale Ave., was arrested following a traffic stop at School and South streets and charged with operating a motor vehicle under the influence of liquor, negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure to stop at a stop sign.
Kathy Marble, right, president of the North Quabbin Dog Park, cuts the ribbon at the park's Sunday reopening. Shown left-to-right -- Volunteers Ken Bright and Joanne Rich, and committee members Kevin Marble and Tom Rich. Photo by Cameron Woodcock
ORANGE — A ribbon-cutting ceremony Sunday afternoon signaled the reopening of the North Quabbin Dog Park, after a brief closure that enabled volunteers to complete maintenance work and install new equipment. Several dog owners arrived in time to mark the milestone, and others turned out shortly...
Sunday, April 17 12:20 p.m. - Melissa R. King, 38, of Ashburnham, was arrested in Ashburnham on a warrant for larceny over $250 (two counts) and larceny under $250, a warrant for assault and battery, a warrant for check forgery, and a warrant for larceny over $250. Today, April 18 1:32 a.m...

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