11 Town Meetings agree: Nashua River is 'Wild and Scenic'
It's official: Nashoba Valley residents believe the Nashua, Squannacook and Nissitissit rivers deserve the designation of "Wild and Scenic. Full Story
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ShirleyArts! takes stage in March with comedy 'Nunsense'
02/15/2019 02:50 PM EST - The Little Sisters of Hoboken putting on a show. On Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, March 2, at 7:30 pm, and Sunday, March 3, at 2 p.m., ShirleyArts! will present the Dan Goggin musical comedy "Nunsense" at St. Anthony's Church Hall, 33 Chapel Street in Shirley. Full Story
Board offered evolving Devens jurisdiction plan
02/08/2019 02:03 PM EST - SHIRLEY -- Harvard Selectman Chairman Lucy Wallace and Victor Normand, who represent that town on the Devens Jurisdiction Committee, came to Monday night's meeting of the Board of Selectmen to offer a rundown on what's up with the HDJC, how it came to be and what its goals are. Full Story
History professor discusses books at library in Shirley
02/01/2019 03:11 PM EST - SHIRLEY - UMass Dartmouth History Professor Brian Glyn Williams, author of several books on U.S. involvement in military conflicts in Afghanistan, will be at Hazen Memorial Library Thursday, Feb. 7 to discuss his latest book, "The Last Warlord: Full Story
Pot purveyors eye location in Shirley
02/01/2019 11:41 AM EST - SHIRLEY -- Principals in a start-up marijuana business called MJ's Market and several other members of its self-billed "market team" made a presentation to selectmen Monday night in the hope that the board would entertain their proposal to open a Full Story
Health officials ask for proper disposal of plastic trash bags
01/18/2019 02:59 PM EST - SHIRLEY -- Styrofoam, bubble wrap, store-bought trash bags and those ubiquitous plastic bags rolled out at department and grocery store checkout lines that may end up blowing in the breeze as roadside litter should be properly disposed of, but not in local recycle bins, according to the Board of Health. Full Story