Are these props haunted? A sneak peek of 'Castle Rock' set at New England Studios

DEVENS -- A covered wagon straight from the pages of a "Little House on the Prairie" book. Full Story
A grateful PACH thanks volunteer Joan Ux

PEPPERELL -- The members of PACH (Pepperell Aid from Community to Home) celebrated the long and varied volunteer efforts of Joan Ux on March 2 at the senior center. Full Story
ArtsNashoba presents a tale about a dog who feels like a cat on the inside

GROTON -- ArtsNashoba is crossing into new territory with a book and lyrics by local and award-winning playwright/composer Steven Bergman and Amy White Graves. Full Story
Shirley neighbors complain about noise from auto auction

SHIRLEY -- Insurance Auto Auctions, of Going Road, is causing a lot of neighborhood headaches, according to one of its Great Road neighbors. Full Story
Townsend's talent supports picnic

TOWNSEND -- Entertainers will perform in a variety show at the end of the month to raise money for a town gathering spearheaded by longtime resident John Whittemore. Full Story
Pat Bradley finally gets her Senior moment

Every summer, Pat Bradley would watch the top men's golfers age 50-and-over compete in the U.S. Senior Open and wonder when women's golf would get its turn to crown a national senior champion recognized by the United States Golf Association (USGA). Full Story
Get ready for spring -- and The Taste of Nashoba!

As I type this we are in the middle of another winter storm. For those of us that have been to the Taste of Nashoba before, we know that a little bit of snow can't keep us away -- some may recall four years ago, when we had a major winter storm the day of the Taste and still the event was packed. Full Story

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