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1A Auto transitions to providing customers essential supplies   PEPPERLL — In an unprecedented move, 1A Auto, known for being the leader in providing quality auto parts, has transitioned its focus to helping the American public combat the Covid 19/coronavirus. 1A Auto has tapped into and is leveraging its relationships worldwide to be able to […]
LOWELL — U.S. Rep. Lori Trahan and state Rep. James Arciero attended the recent 2020 Team Forever Young Celebration Gala for suicide prevention at the UMass Lowell Inn & Conference Center. Sponsored by Lowell Sun Charities, Team Forever Young and See A New Sun Foundation, the annual event raises money to benefit the American Foundation for Suicide […]
WESTFORD — The Viking Theatre Company at Nashoba Valley Technical High School won several awards at the recent Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild competition, held at Westford Academy. The students presented “Challenger: To Touch the Face of God,” a dramatic telling of the aftermath of the Space Shuttle Challenger disaster of Jan. 28, 1986, when the […]
Johnson, Talmer are  iCons at UMass Amherst
WESTFORD — Nashoba Valley Technical High School received $125,000 in the latest round of Skills Capital Grants, announced Feb. 25 by Gov. Charlie Baker and Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito. The award is part of $14.6 million in awards to 54 educational institutions to update equipment and expand student enrollment in programs that provide career education. Nashoba […]
Local students on college deans’ lists
WESTFORD — Katrina Colt of Groton and Mikayla Jones of Townsend have been selected as January’s Students of the Month at Nashoba Valley Technical High School. Katrina Colt, daughter of Leslie Colt, is a junior in the Early Childhood Education program. Katrina loves children and plans to go to college to continue her education to […]
University of Massachusetts Lowell Dean’s List Fall 2019
WESTFORD – Mikayla Jones of Townsend, daughter of Jeff and Linda Jones, is Nashoba Valley Technical High School’s nominee for the Massachusetts Vocational Association’s Secondary Student Award — and has been selected to receive the statewide award as the top secondary student in Massachusetts. “It means so much to me,” Mikayla said. “I’ve worked so hard, […]