Tuesday Apr 15
Worcester's Pay-As-You-Throw Trash Removal Saves City $10-20M
Worcester's Pay-As-You-Throw trash removal system has saved the city an estimated $10 to $20 million dollars in the past 20 years, according to a recent case study published by WasteZero, the company that has produced and distributed the yellow bags for trash collection since January 2006.
Alleged bank robber crashes car in Methuen
The search for a New Hampshire bank robber came to a crashing end along riverside drive in Methuen.
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Windover Construction Breaks Ground at St. John's Prep
Windover Construction is pleased to announce construction has officially begun at St. John's Prep in Danvers on a 74,000 square-foot, five-story academic building to house the school's Computer Science, Mathematics, Science, and World Languages departments.
Lenox Sets 2014 Town Meeting Warrant
The Board of Selectmen have set the warrant for the annual town meeting on May 1. The warrant would set budgets of $6.1 million for town expenses and $11.4 million for school.
Writers, readers to gather at Booktopia
Ideas for books happen when they happen. For John Demos, the Sam uel Knight Professor Emeritus at Yale University, it took a cocktail on a warm summer evening.
After awkward encounter, Scott Brown and Jeanne Shaheen resume...
They briefly lingered a few feet away from each other in the gymnasium-sized room, filled with small Greek and American flags, but almost completely devoid of other people.