Friday Jul 25
Creativity abounds at new Ware arts center housed at historic former church
Owners and supporters of a new artist space and teaching center housed in a resurrected 19-th century wood and brick former church - improved by more than $100,000 of interior renovations -- hope their project flourishes and helps inspire a downtown revival .
FST commemorates 100th anniversary
On July 1, 1914, three prominent engineers with ties to the Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Frederic H. Fay, Charles M. Spofford, and Sturgis H. Thorndike - opened their first office.
Palmer police: Sewer line work prompts closure of portion of High...
PALMER - High Street in Thorndike will be closed to through traffic for sewer line work beginning Friday, June 27, according to Palmer Police Chief Robert Frydryk.
Palmer town election features races for Town Council, School Committee and debt exclusion question
PALMER - Tuesday's annual election features races for Town Council, School Committee and a request for approval of a $2.175 million bond to finance the replacement of flooring at Old Mill Pond Elementary School to prevent a mold problem from happening there again.