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BOSTON — Townsend native and Navy Damage Controlman 1st Class Julia Marray served aboard the USS Constitution and interacted with guests for the July 4 turnaround cruise. The USS Constitution is the world’s oldest commissioned warship afloat, and played a crucial role in the Barbary Wars and the War of 1812, defending sea lanes from […]
AYER — Rose Bardell, a Lynn native and former Townsend resident, was presented with a Lifetime Achievement Award at Nashoba Park, recognizing her long list of accomplishments throughout her life and honoring her personal history. Born in Lynn in 1933, Rose’s family moved to Montreal, Canada, when she was a baby and lived there until […]
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Local students are among the winners of C-SPAN’s national 2021 StudentCam competition. Ava Pascucci, Divi Bhaireddy and Caroline Averill, all students at Nashoba Brooks School in Concord, received $750 as third-prize winners for their documentary, “Misinformation in the Voting System.” Michelle Kim, a student at Groton School in Groton, received honorable mention […]
PEPPERELL – The Albert Harris Center, Friends of the Pepperell Seniors along with The Friends of Pepperell, held the 1st-annual Elder Abuse Awareness Walk on Saturday June 5. All money raised is going to Montachusett Home Care’s Elder Protective Agency. Nearly $600 was raised.