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  1. Sawyer slings Panthers to victoryRead the original story

    Friday May 20 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A Mid Wach D league title is well within the Ayer Shirley baseball team's sights after defeating rival Bromfield, 7-3, Monday afternoon in Harvard. The Panthers need to take at least two of its next three games that will feature Tahanto and Worcester Tech.

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  2. Proposed Ayer park will be going to the dogsRead the original story

    Wednesday May 25 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Plans are well underway to build a dog park about a quarter of a mile away from Sandy Pond Beach. The dogs are going to love it, their owners are going to love it, and the $240,000 park is, mostly, a gift.

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  3. Garbage truck fire knocked down in AyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 24 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    First-arriving crews to the scene at 41 West Main St. found a trash truck with heavy fire showing from the cab and engine compartment, the Ayer Fire Department reported on their Facebook page. The compacted trash continued to smolder after the fire was knocked down.

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  4. Balanced attack lifts Ayer ShirleyRead the original story

    Tuesday May 17 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A Mid Wach D league title is well within the Ayer Shirley baseball team's sites after defeating rival Bromfield, 7-3, Monday afternoon in Harvard. The Panthers need to take at least two of its next three games which feature Tahanto and Worcester Tech.

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  5. Balanced attack lifts Ayer ShirleyRead the original story

    Tuesday May 17 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A Mid Wach D league title is well within the Ayer Shirley baseball team's sites after defeating rival Bromfield, 7-3, Monday afternoon in Harvard. The Panthers need to take at least two of its next three games which feature Tahanto and Worcester Tech.

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  6. Mission: 'To be a stable, ongoing resource that makes a difference in the Shirley community'Read the original story

    Friday May 13 | Shirley Oracle

    The Shirley Charitable Foundation, founded in 1998, has evolved over the years, expanding its collaborative network and extending its outreach. But according to the SCF Board of Directors, its mission is the same: "To be a stable, ongoing resource that makes a difference in the Shirley community."

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  7. Ayer Shirley student's work published in The Marble CollectionRead the original story

    Friday May 13 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Owen Carpenter's poem, "A Funeral for the Flowers," was selected for publication in The Marble Collection: Massachusetts High School Magazine of the Arts, the only statewide print and online magazine of the arts featuring jury-selected artwork, writing, poetry, photography and music by students in grades 8 to 12. "A Funeral for the Flowers" was selected from works submitted by teens from 200 schools and community organizations across Massachusetts. All published works are juror-selected to ensure artistic excellence.

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  8. This seat at Ayer Shirley Regional High School could have your name on itRead the original story

    Thursday May 12 | Groton Landmark

    As Ayer Shirley Regional High School approaches the close of its first year of school in its brand new facility, it's opening up ways for the community to be a part of it -- OWN a part of it. The school is celebrating its new auditorium by selling off its seats.

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  9. Eminent domain of land near train depot up for voteRead the original story

    Friday May 6 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Town Meeting will address a long-standing issue preventing the construction of a $4.2 million parking structure for commuter rail access. On May 9, voters will be asked to decide if the town should take the property through eminent domain.

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  10. Road-rage suspect from Ayer held on bailRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    The other man says he was being approached by a man who had flashed an obscene gesture at him, and drew his gun to protect himself. The drama that played out on Littleton Road in Westford on Wednesday afternoon continued in court on Thursday, with an Ayer man pleading not guilty to assault with a dangerous weapon.

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  11. Westford police arrest Ayer man on gun charge in road-rage incidentRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A 25-year-old Westford man who took his 16-year-old brother out for his first on-the-road driving lesson Wednesday ended up getting quite a scare when a driver who was apparently angered by the boy's driving allegedly pulled a gun on the older brother. The incident left the 16-year-old shaken and hesitant to drive again, and landed a 46-year-old Ayer man behind bars on $15,000 cash bail.

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  12. Ayer Rotary Club readying for rubber ducky raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 27, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    A rotary club in a small Massachusetts town of 6,000 residents is gearing up for its annual rubber ducky race where the winner's prize is a free dinner for two anywhere in the world. The Boston Globe reports that the winner of Harvard's Ducky Wucky River Race will receive free airfare, a two-night stay at a hotel and the fancy dinner.

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  13. Ayer Shirley teacher closes the book on Jane Austen mysteryRead the original story

    Apr 25, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Thanks to the kindness of strangers and a re-told tale that piqued their interest, a literary mystery has been solved, albeit with tantalizing threads yet to be unraveled. It all started when a first edition of Jane Austen's last published novel, "Persuasion," awarded to an Ayer High School student over a century ago, ended up in the custody of Ayer Shirley Regional High School English Dept.

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  14. Strong partnerships: Canada, the U.S. and AyerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 15, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    On the U.S.-Canada border, work is underway to make shipping goods to Montreal as easy as delivering to Chicago. U.S. and Canadian border agents are increasing cooperation to smooth the transport of goods while still preserving the security and sovereignty of both nations.

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  15. First edition Jane Austen novel mailed to Ayer Shirley is a literary mysteryRead the original story

    Apr 15, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    On May 17, 1900, Lillian M. Flood, an Ayer High School student, won a first edition of the novel "Persuasion" by Jane Austen as a "Prize Speaker" award, according to the inscription on the flyleaf of that book, which has now made its way back home -- or close to it -- and is in the custody of someone who appreciates it, as an artifact and as literature. Eleanore "Lolly" Capasso, who heads the Ayer Shirley Regional High School English Department has the book, which was routed to her when it arrived in the mail.

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  16. Ayer board closes Town Meeting warrant, OKs new hiresRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 19, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Selectmen closed the warrant for Town Meeting with only one change and appointed two new employees in the last meeting before the Annual Town Election. The warrant includes the $26.3 million budget for fiscal 2017.

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  17. Regional calendarRead the original story

    Apr 8, 2016 | Townsend Times

    High Camp, an energetic party band, will play 80's, New Wave, Funk, and Reggae. Dance or listen.

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  18. Community hospitals in crisisRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Faced with an outflow of patients to teaching hospitals in Boston that threatens the financial stability of smaller community hospitals, leaders of several regional institutions advocated on Tuesday for a change to the way insurers reimburse hospitals. Lowell General CEO Normand Deschene joined the heads of Holyoke Medical Center and Steward Health Care, which operates a series of hospitals including Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, for a forum discussion in Boston before an audience of regional health regulators and industry players.

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  19. Community hospitals in crisisRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Faced with an outflow of patients to teaching hospitals in Boston that threatens the financial stability of smaller community hospitals, leaders of several regional institutions advocated on Tuesday for a change to the way insurers reimburse hospitals. Lowell General CEO Normand Deschene joined the heads of Holyoke Medical Center and Steward Health Care, which operates a series of hospitals including Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, for a forum discussion in Boston before an audience of regional health regulators and industry players.

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  20. Westford eyed for medical marijuana dispensaryRead the original story

    Mar 24, 2016 | Nashoba Publishing Online

    Seven Point of Massachusetts, Inc., has submitted an application to open a registered marijuana dispensary at 3 Lan Drive, according to Town Manager Jodi Ross and a letter from attorney Douglas Deschenes. The dispensary already has an agreement to lease 2,000 square feet of office space within the building at 3 Lan Drive, the letter said.

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