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Despite expressing concerns when asked to join the regional dispatch center on Devens in 2011, Shirley selectmen will appoint an ad hoc committee to look at whether joining the center now would make financial sense for the town.
Join Growing Places on Saturday, Sept. 6, for its fourth annual garden-harvest fundraiser, the Backyard Bash, as the nonprofit agency raises money to build vegetable gardens and teach low-income families and community groups in North Central Massachusetts how to grow, harvest and use their own fresh produce.
Empower Energies, Inc ., a leading Clean Energy Portfolio Solutions company, announced the completion and commissioning of a 3.7MWDC solar array in the Town of Shirley , MA.
The Ayer Police Department is accepting applications from residents interested in participating in the town's 15th citizens police academy.
A prisoner at the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Facility charged with murdering a 72-year-old fellow inmate was ordered held without bail during his arraignment at Clinton District Court on Friday morning.
Nancy Walton Peters lives in an antique house down the Groton Road and into Shirley.
Rick Bernklow, chairman of the Devens Citizens Advisory Committee, told the group Monday night that the plan, proposed by MassDevelopment, is to build on land within the Devens Regional Enterprise Zone near Ayer Shirley Middle School.
A 72-year-old inmate, serving a life sentence, was murdered Tuesday afternoon in the Souza-Baranowski Correctional Facility, according to Worcester County District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. William Sires, convicted in the 1973 murder of his mother in Pittsfield, was found badly beaten and near death in a cell on Tier N1 at about 2 p.m. Tuesday.
Rick Bernklow, chairman of the Devens Citizens Advisory Committee, told the group Monday night that the plan, proposed by MassDevelopment, is to build on land within the Devens Regional Enterprise Zone near the Ayer Shirley Middle School.
When the Nashoba Valley Regional Emergency Communications Center at Devens was taking shape a couple of years ago, town officials, citing start-up and continuing costs, among other things, were leery of signing on.
On Saturday, Aug. 16, the Fort Devens Museum will be open from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. as part of its normal operating schedule and will feature a special display for one day only: a grouping of WWII 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division materials.
The eighth annual Massbike Tour, which helps bring awareness to the beauty of Massachusetts via bicycle, kicked off Wednesday morning from Ayer Shirley Middle School in Shirley.
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