Giancotti probe returns mixed results in Townsend

TOWNSEND -- A months-long probe municipal leaders sought over concerns regarding Police Lt. Mark Giancotti, in part about his role in a recall movement against two selectmen, found many of the allegations against Giancotti unfounded or without Full Story
AYER NEWS
Capital items requested for 2018 Ayer budget

By Anne O'Connor aoconnor@nashobavalleyvoice.com AYER --Voters will get to decide if the town should fund four big-ticket items through a debt exclusion. Full Story
PEPPERELL NEWS
Tyler to lead Pepperell Fire Dept. as 'strong chief'

Pepperell -- The Pepperell Fire Department will have a new ship with the same captain, following Monday's selectmen meeting where Toby Tyler was appointed to be the next fire chief. Full Story
GROTON NEWS
Her crocheted critters carry love wherever they go

GROTON -- Fay McLean likes to keep busy. "You have to do something that gives you joy," the 86-year-old said. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
A SHAARP weapon against addiction

SHIRLEY -- After their son Travis died of a heroin overdose in 2014, Mary Ann and Gary Prince channeled grief into action, forming the nucleus of SHAARP, a grass-roots coalition whose mission is to raise awareness about the drug epidemic that claimed their son's life and ultimately, to stop it. Full Story
TOWNSEND NEWS
Giancotti probe returns mixed results in Townsend

TOWNSEND -- A months-long probe municipal leaders sought over concerns regarding Police Lt. Mark Giancotti, in part about his role in a recall movement against two selectmen, found many of the allegations against Giancotti unfounded or without Full Story
SPORTS
Final(ly) back!

WORCESTER -- No. 2 Groton-Dunstable (19-3) found itself behind for much of the second half. Full Story
BUSINESS
Taste of Nashoba winners announced

GROTON -- After hours of food and drink, hundreds of attendees at the annual Taste of Nashoba Tuesday night dropped their votes into small glass containers. 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