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AREA — The Community Health Center of Franklin County is offering free enrollment assistance by appointment for Mass Health and Health Connector plans to all area residents in conjunction with other area agencies. Those who have not submitted an application and completed the necessary plan...
Weekend, Nov. 28-29 Athol - The 28th annual Athol Woman’s Club Memory Tree fundraiser is under way. A People’s Global Climate March event will take place at the uptown common on Sunday, Nov. 29. Petersham - Forestry work will begin soon in the Davenport forest. Royalston - For Thanksgiving...
LEOMINSTER — Always On Call Health Services®, Inc. will be offering an American Heart Association’s BLS for the Health Care Provider CPR courses (includes CPR for infant, child, adult and AED). The course will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 15, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The course is geared for...
ATHOL — The following students were recently named to the honor roll at the Athol-Royalston Middle School: Gold Grade 5 Emma Bacigalupo, Briana Chagnon, Aedan Erickson, Hannah Field, Sarah Hall, Cameron Knapp, Leann Lheureux, Karlee McHugh, Skyler Moomaw, Gina Potenti, Axel Power, Emma...
GARDNER — The Insurance Center of New England (ICNE) has announced and welcomed Tia Vaillancourt, of Orange, as a personal lines account manager.  Vaillancourt studied business management in college and is also a licensed customer service representative. She has more than 12 years of experience...
Royalston Community School students in Jessica Willhite's kindergarten and Brian Snell's sixth grade class "buddy up" every Friday for a project led by the older students. Recently, Snell's students cut out oaktag components to make stand-up dinosaurs. Both the project leaders and their young learners seemed to be loving it. Shown working on their dinosaurs are (left to right) Alexandra Phelps and her buddy Aubrie Phelps, and Alexis Reynolds and her buddy Maddison Blake. In addition to planned weekly activi
ROYALSTON – It’s been said that the best way to become a better learner is to spend some time being a teacher, and that’s exactly what happens each and every Friday at the Royalston Community School when the sixth graders pair up with their little buddies in the kindergarten for some quality one-...
ATHOL — It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas, and people are starting to get into the Christmas spirit by contributing to the Athol Daily News Santa Fund’s “feel good” campaign to help our local children have a cheery Christmas morning. Donations of $825 were counted Friday, bringing the...
Athol Savings Bank recently donated $10,000 to the Athol Area YMCA. Left to right -- Larry McLaughlin, YMCA President, Jeanette Robichaud, YMCA Executive Director, Debra Vescovi, Athol Savings Bank Senior Vice-President and Dan Zona, President of Athol Savings Bank. Submitted Photo
ATHOL — For over a decade, Athol Savings Bank has made significant contributions to support its local YMCA, an organization that aids in youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. Recently, the 148-year-old community bank generously donated $10,000 to the Athol Area YMCA to help...
ATHOL — The following new fiction is now available at the Athol Public Library, 568 Main St.:  The Japanese Lover by Isabel Allende; The Ambassador by Yehuda Avner; Broken Sleep by Bruce Bauman; Dead Ringer by Heidi Belleau; The Devil’s Own by Sandra Brown; The Gilded Life of Matilda Duplaine by...
WESTMINSTER — Bread of Life Church, at 22 State Rd. E, will host a community-education event on preventing addiction on Monday, Dec. 7, from 6 to 8 p.m. The night will feature speakers and family members who have personal experience with addiction. Also featured will be professionals in the...

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