• Students Craft Furniture For Use in the State House

    Students Craft Furniture For Use in the State House

    Monty Tech’s cabinetmaking students recently completed the second-phase of a two-year project crafting reproductions of furniture for the State House. Through an arrangement with state officials, Monty...

  • Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

    Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

    The Finance Committee, represented by Doug Tanner, Ray DiDonato and Garrett Sawyer, paid a visit to the selectboard meeting Wednesday night to discuss, along with a few other matters, the current status...

  • Board Working to Simplify Town Flag Design

    Board Working to Simplify Town Flag Design

    It was a busy first meeting of the year for the select board Wednesday night, with both old and new business taking center stage. The board revisited once again the design of its town flag, a process...

  • Pedaling For a Cause

    Pedaling For a Cause

    About two dozen volunteers climbed aboard their spin-bikes at 9 a.m. on Sunday and began pedaling, and — with the exception of a short break now and then — they didn’t stop for the next three hours. The...

  • Elementary Students Celebrate Writing

    Elementary Students Celebrate Writing

    Recently, in Cheryl Dodge’s second grade class, students celebrated finishing up the narrative unit of study by having a publishing party. Every student read aloud a published selection, a piece...

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Garwood

Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

The Finance Committee, represented by Doug Tanner, Ray DiDonato and Garrett Sawyer, paid a...

 

Eagle Lake

Listening Tour Draws Businesses

Listening Tour Draws Businesses

Men and women representing businesses and organizations spanning all of Western Massachusetts,...

 

Wharton

Open Mic Night at American Legion

Open Mic Night at American Legion

This Friday, local talents will be encouraged to take the stage at the American Legion,  295...

 
 
 
 
 

Featured Stories

  • Students Craft Furniture For Use in the State House

    Students Craft Furniture For Use in the State House

    May 18, 2015 at 9:00 am

    Monty Tech’s cabinetmaking students recently completed the second-phase of a two-year project crafting reproductions of furniture for the State House. Through an arrangement with state officials, Monty Tech agreed to make reproductions of three period pieces for State House executive offices. Last year, students, under the direction of Paul Barba, veteran […]

     
  • Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

    Process for High-Speed Internet is Moving Forward

    May 14, 2015 at 10:18 am

    The Finance Committee, represented by Doug Tanner, Ray DiDonato and Garrett Sawyer, paid a visit to the selectboard meeting Wednesday night to discuss, along with a few other matters, the current status of the Wired West/Last Mile high-speed internet project. Tanner told the board that it should be getting information […]

     
  • Board Working to Simplify Town Flag Design

    Board Working to Simplify Town Flag Design

    May 8, 2015 at 8:03 am

    It was a busy first meeting of the year for the select board Wednesday night, with both old and new business taking center stage. The board revisited once again the design of its town flag, a process that has been ongoing for the past two years and was thought to be […]

     
  • Pedaling For a Cause

    Pedaling For a Cause

    May 5, 2015 at 9:04 am

    About two dozen volunteers climbed aboard their spin-bikes at 9 a.m. on Sunday and began pedaling, and — with the exception of a short break now and then — they didn’t stop for the next three hours. The event, held at the MWCC Fitness and Wellness Center, was the 7th Annual […]

     
  • Elementary Students Celebrate Writing

    Elementary Students Celebrate Writing

    May 3, 2015 at 8:19 am

    Recently, in Cheryl Dodge’s second grade class, students celebrated finishing up the narrative unit of study by having a publishing party. Every student read aloud a published selection, a piece that they developed from beginning to final draft. One of these pieces, written by second grader, Lillian, highlights how the […]

     
  • Chamber Helps Area Businesses Navigate Affordable Care Act

    Chamber Helps Area Businesses Navigate Affordable Care Act

    April 30, 2015 at 8:55 am

    Navigating the Affordable Care Act, with its complex and constantly changing language can be tricky for businesses, according to Ryan McGuane, President of Advent Benefit Consultants in Ayer. As recently as Feb. 11 a wave of tweaks to the federal program were made, creating yet another round of changes for employers […]