VOTERS TAKE IN TALKS ON FIELDS

09/28/2018 03:14 PM EDT
SHIRLEY -- The Finance Committee hosted a full-house crowd Tuesday night to hear yet another presentation of the Ayer Shirley Regional School District's $7. 
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Blues Caravan makes a stop at Bull Run
09/26/2018 02:47 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- The celebrated Blues Caravan 2018 Tour, featuring stellar Ruf Records' guitarists Mike Zito, Ally Venable and Bernard Allison, makes a stop at The Bull Run Restaurant on Thursday, Oct. 11. The Blues Caravan assembles three artists on one bill, then lets their combined musical chemistry do the rest. Full Story

AYER NEWS
College-financing seminar

AYER -- Parents and students are invited to attend a free seminar on paying for college, on Tuesday, Oct. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
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
PEPPERELL NEWS
How you can vote early in the Nov. 6 election

The state's general election will be held on Tuesday, Nov. 6. The last day to register to vote to participate in this election is Wednesday, Oct. Full Story
 
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Shirley Special Town Meeting takes up the issue on Monday night

10/12/2018 02:49 PM EDT
SHIRLEY -- When the fall Special Town Meeting convenes on Monday with three articles on the warrant, voters will be asked to consider the most costly -- and perhaps the most controversial -- item first. 
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Dinner aids historical museum
10/05/2018 02:59 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- The Shirley Historical Society is a volunteer organization that cares for artifacts and documents donated from Shirley families from the early days of the town to the present. Full Story

Brighten your October with these programs
10/05/2018 02:52 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Everyone enjoys a good story told with feeling. So plan to visit the historic Shirley Meeting House for "Stories and Tall Tales" on Saturday, Oct. Full Story

VOTERS TAKE IN TALKS ON FIELDS
09/28/2018 03:14 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- The Finance Committee hosted a full-house crowd Tuesday night to hear yet another presentation of the Ayer Shirley Regional School District's $7. Full Story

Blues Caravan makes a stop at Bull Run
09/26/2018 02:47 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- The celebrated Blues Caravan 2018 Tour, featuring stellar Ruf Records' guitarists Mike Zito, Ally Venable and Bernard Allison, makes a stop at The Bull Run Restaurant on Thursday, Oct. 11. The Blues Caravan assembles three artists on one bill, then lets their combined musical chemistry do the rest. Full Story

Help Shirley win block grants
09/21/2018 03:07 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Have you noticed the need for improvements in the town's housing, roadways, sidewalks, municipal buildings, public parks or other areas? Full Story

School board chair: Fincom leader wrong on fields plan
09/21/2018 02:59 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- A memo Finance Committee Chairman John O'Keefe distributed about the coming referendum on the high school fields project contained inaccurate or misleading information, Ayer Shirley School Committee Chairman Jonathan Deforge said in a rebuttal memo. Full Story

Resident links rat problem to past zoning issue
09/21/2018 02:58 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Although town zoning bylaws prohibit parking more than one unregistered vehicle on a residential property, some residents in two housing developments off Lancaster Road kept abandoned vehicles outside their homes anyway, said Liz Drexler, who has lived in the neighborhood for 12 years. Full Story

Residents complain about rat 'infestation'
09/14/2018 03:23 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Residents in the Valley View and Apple Rock Way area, housing developments off Lancaster Road, have seen rats in their neighborhood recently and are worried there's an "infestation problem," said Janice Mancini, who brought the issue to the selectmen Monday night. Full Story

FINCOM BALKS AT HS FIELD PROJECT
09/14/2018 02:50 PM EDT - SHIRLEY -- Finance Committee Chairman John O'Keefe told the selectmen Monday night that his board has concerns about the $7. Full Story