CUTIES WILL BARE IT ALL, AGAIN

Infamous 2006 Atwood Acres calendar gets re-release
By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com. TOWNSEND -- When the town needed money for a parade to celebrate its 275th anniversary in 2007, the women living at Atwood Acres came up with an idea so awesome, so incredible, that it attracted attention all around the state. Full Story
AYER NEWS
What is ahead for commuter parking in Ayer?

By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com AYER -- Residents got a first look at three concept plans for commuter rail parking which includes improved access to the train platform. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
Pepperell budgets for growth in FY'18

By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com PEPPERELL -- The budget for the next fiscal year is balanced and revenue is growing. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
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Groton Place has gone to the dogs! (VIDEO)

GROTON -- When is the dog park not a dog park?  Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
SHAARP seeks to spark opioid awareness

SHIRLEY -- SHAARP, which started out as a small, local, grass-roots opioid addiction awareness and response group a couple of years ago, has grown into an organized movement as concerned parents, family and community members and an activist local police officer signed on to further the cause. Full Story
TOWNSEND NEWS
CUTIES WILL BARE IT ALL, AGAIN

Infamous 2006 Atwood Acres calendar gets re-release
By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com. TOWNSEND -- When the town needed money for a parade to celebrate its 275th anniversary in 2007, the women living at Atwood Acres came up with an idea so awesome, so incredible, that it attracted attention all around the state. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
Messina loggin' time in Shirley

SHIRLEY -- Jim Messina will rock the Bull Run house Friday night with country rock and pop hit tunes from five decades spanning a legendary career from Buffalo Springfield to Poco to Loggins and Messina, and a solo career tying it all together. Full Story
BUSINESS
Maple syrup producers face challenges in warming world

DURHAM, N.H. -- New Hampshire's maple syrup producers say they are feeling the impact of climate change, as winters become warmer and frigid nights so critical to their business become fewer. Full Story
 
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TOWNSEND -- More than 100 residents lined Main Street Saturday morning in support of Police Chief Robert Eaton, who was placed on leave Friday night after blasting a town investigation into Police Department employees.   Full Story