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AyerGround broken on downtown parking garage

Major project, years in the making, is finally underway
AYER — The official title of the ambitious building project in progress on Groton Street, where a groundbreaking ceremony was held this week, is the Rail Trail/Commuter Rail Improvement Project. Full Story
AYER NEWS
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Physician of the yearNashoba doctor wins award

AYER — Nashoba Valley Medical Center's Chief of Emergency Medicine Gabriel Simon has been chosen as EMS Physician of the Year for Central Mass. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
PepperellPlanning Board chair Dapcic resigns

PEPPERELL — Michael Dapcic is looking at greener pastures. The Town of Pepperell announced last Thursday that the chair of the Planning Board has submitted his resignation last week. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
Rollstone expands with Groton office

Fitchburg-based bank celebrates opening of ninth area location
GROTON - Only a few occasions call for the use of a giant pair of scissors, but Rollstone Bank & Trust were justified in using them on Thursday afternoon. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
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SHIRLEYA special place

Weekly event for musicians at Senior Center
SHIRLEY — Vintage folkies, nostalgic jazz buffs, amateur musicians and music lovers of virtually every stripe and age group are invited to the Senior Center at 9 Parker Road on Thursday afternoons at 2:30 for a musical mystery tour that's sure to get everybody's yesteryears in tune again. Full Story
SPORTS
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High school roundupBig week for Crusaders

Groton-Dunstable baseball team playing well
GROTON — It wasn't the outcome they had been hoping for, but the Crusaders put on a quite a show for high school baseball fans on Senior Day, dropping a thrilling 9-8 contest against visiting Marlboro on Monday. Full Story
LIFESTYLES
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SHIRLEYA special place

Weekly event for musicians at Senior Center
SHIRLEY — Vintage folkies, nostalgic jazz buffs, amateur musicians and music lovers of virtually every stripe and age group are invited to the Senior Center at 9 Parker Road on Thursday afternoons at 2:30 for a musical mystery tour that's sure to get everybody's yesteryears in tune again. Full Story
BUSINESS
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LittletonProprietors seek retail pot license

Two candidates presented business plans to selectmen
LITTLETON — Two candidates vying for retail marijuana licenses in Littleton— both parents with interests in community service — presented business plans to the board of selectmen Monday night. 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