SOUTHBRIDGE — Southbridge Superintendent/Receiver Dr. Jeffrey Villar presented to the state Board of Elementary and Secondary Education last week about positive strides that the district has taken during the last few years while in receivership.
Northeast Metro Tech Students Return to Tradition, Host Veterans for Thanksgiving-themed Meal at Breakheart Inn
WAKEFIELD — Superintendent David DiBarri is pleased to share that Northeast Metro Tech students hosted 20 local veterans for a Thanksgiving-themed meal last month between Veterans Day and Thanksgiving.
ACTON — Acton Police Chief Richard Burrows had no desire to be a cop when he was studying Management Information Systems at UMass Lowell in the early 1980s, but when a friend told him about a good paying job directing traffic in his hometown of Tyngsborough, Burrows gave it a try.
TYNGSBOROUGH — Superintendent-Director Jill Davis and Assistant Superintendent/ Principal Michael Barton are pleased to announce the Greater Lowell Technical High School Fall students of the month. The following students have been selected as Students of the Month for Fall 2022. Each student displayed characteristics of Greater Lowell Tech’s core values, R.E.A.C.H., by showing Respect, Effort, […]
After 3 years of Covid precautions and disruptions, a full music program re-launches! NAHANT — After three years of indoor singing and trumpets, trombones, flutes and clarinets being restricted from being played, these opportunities are being relaunched at the Johnson School. This October the school hired a choral music teacher and alum of the school, Carol […]
EAST BRIDGEWATER — The Town of East Bridgewater is pleased to share that the East Bridgewater Public Schools has been invited to join the Massachusetts School Building Authority’s (MSBA) Core grant program for the Central Elementary School.
GEORGETOWN — Acting Chief Chuck Savage is very pleased to announce that, thanks to the generous spirit of residents and the business community, Georgetown firefighters collected a total of 3,539 toys for Toys for Tots during the holiday season.
MERRIMAC — Chief Larry Fisher reports that the Merrimac Fire Department battled a house fire on Monday morning. Firefighters responded to 63 Church St., a 2.5 story wood frame multi-family house at approximately 7:30 a.m. Monday. The first arriving units had a smoke condition, and the crew identified smoke coming from the common wall between […]
NEWBURYPORT — Acting Fire Chief Stephen H. Bradbury III reports that a vacant house on Plum Island in Newburyport was damaged by the severe winter storm and bomb cyclone known as Winter Storm Elliott. Newburyport Fire and Building Department officials responded to and are actively monitoring 15 73rd St, after receiving reports that the building […]
Click here for the LIVE Santa map! The link goes live at 1 p.m. Follow along TODAY starting at 3:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve when Santa will begin and end his tour of Merrimac, starting at the Fire Station, 16 East Main St. A list of the streets that Santa will visit can be found here […]