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Worcester Telegram & Gazette
Medical school to buy solar power
The University of Massachusetts Medical School has agreed to buy up to 12 megawatts of solar power over 30 years from four companies developing solar arrays in Palmer, Warren and Monson.
Ware residents complain about Palmer Motorsports Park under construction
Construction of a 2.3 mile, $20 million, road-racing course - known as Palmer Motorsports Park - is raising concerns among some Ware residents.
Project to help rural African villagers has Palmer roots
Mary Grimanis, a 1976 graduate of Palmer High, and her daughter, Lauren Grimanis, who have helped expand educational, health and employment opportunities in the African country of Ghana, will speak about that experience on May 2 at 7 p.m. at Palmer Historical and Cultural Center, 2072 Main St. Suzanne Strempek Shea, of Bondsville, also a 1976 ... (more)
Dothan City Commission Meeting for Tomorrow 04-15-14
Application for a Lounge Retail Liquor License-Class I , for Alabama Slammer II, 2970 East Main Street, by Walther Palmeri.
Suzanne Strempek Shea publishes 10th book, 'This is Paradise'
It's great to get to go back and forth between genres, between making nothing up, and getting to make up anything and everything.
EHotelier Global Hospitality News
Loews Hotels & Resorts has announced the promotion of Michael Palmeri to Senior Vice President, Acquisitions and Development, who will assume responsibility for leading the company's property acquisitions, real estate development and capital raising.
Max Lavalle found guilty of cocaine trafficking in Palmer
A Hampden Superior Court jury Friday found Max Lavalle guilty of trafficking cocaine in the amount of 18 to 36 grams.
Max Lavallee on trial in Palmer drug trafficking case
A prosecutor Thursday told jurors Max Lavallee is guilty of trafficking cocaine, possessing oxycodone and marijuana with intent to distribute and having ammunition illegally.
Monson's Western Mass Performs talent show winners honored from...
Christina Colon, 15, of Wilbraham was the $1,000 top prize winner at the Arts Council's Western Mass Performs talent show MONSON - Christina Colon, of Wilbraham, a 15-year-old who performed "Ain't No Sunshine," was this year's winner of the $1,000 top prize at the Arts Council's annual talent show, "Western Mass Performs."