Town Manager Jennifer Tabakin is pleased to announce that the town of Great Barrington will be hosting a River Walk March for Science event on Saturday, and that the town’s Board of Selectmen has voted to declare April 14 to be Great Barrington Day of Science.
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HAVERHILL — This evening’s shutout victory is a special one for Whittier Tech baseball Coach Joe Boland — it marks his 300th win after more than two decades in the dugout.
SHREWSBURY – Chief James Vuona is pleased to announce that the Shrewsbury Fire Department held its third annual awards ceremony this week.
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ROCHESTER — City Manager Daniel Fitzpatrick and Mayor Caroline McCarley are pleased to announce that representatives from Keller Williams Coastal, Lakes, and Mountains Realty will visit Rochester next month for the company’s annual day of community service, known as RED Day.
Amesbury Fire Chief Kenneth E. Berkenbush is today praising the facility’s staff, firefighters from 11 departments in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, Amesbury Police, Atlantic Ambulance and Northeast Emergency Medical Services Massachusetts Region III for their immediate response to the fire.
Chief Gary Sullivan would like to advise residents that a new Main Street restaurant opened this week and is asking drivers to use caution as there will be more pedestrians in the downtown area.
MELROSE — Principal Jason Merrill is pleased to announce that seven students earned Boston Globe Scholastic Art and Writing Awards in this year’s competition.
ANDOVER — Superintendent John Lavoie is pleased to announce that three Greater Lawrence Technical School students placed in the 14th annual Memorial Hall Teen Poetry Contest.
METHUEN — Mayor James Jajuga and Chief Joseph Solomon are pleased to announce that the Methuen Police Department participated in a Forty-Fives tournament with members of the Methuen Senior Center this week.