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  1. Fidelity, Barre Savings banks plan mergerRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 2 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Fidelity Bank and Barre Savings Bank plan to merge, creating an institution with $750 million in assets and 10 offices. The deal would fold Barre Savings, a small Barre-based institution with additional offices in Paxton and Princeton, into a much larger institution.

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  2. Water buffalo on loose after escaping Wachusett Mountain festivalRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 30 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A water buffalo escaped from its enclosure at Wachusett Mountain Ski Area and remained on the loose late Sunday morning. A photo of the water buffalo accompanied the post.

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  3. House damaged in Holden fireRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Aug 27 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Fire Chief Jack Chandler said the 12:55 a.m. fire caused approximately $125,000 to the house.   The fire was quickly brought under control and the only inhabitant, a woman living in a basement apartment, was out of the house when firefighters arrived, he said. The fire is not considered suspicious and an electrical issue may be the cause, officials said.    Firefighters from Rutland, Sterling, Paxton, Princeton and West Boylston provided mutual aid.

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  4. Lions grant supports special Wachusett trailRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 23 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    To help ensure that sight-impaired people will be able to enjoy the serenity of Mass. Audubon's Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary, the Lions District 33A Sight and Hearing Fund presented a grant for $20,000 to Mass.

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  5. Path to freedom: Woods in Barre hold markers of slavery's end in Mass.Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Aug 14 | The Item Extra

    It is a bit of a mystery, where Quock Walker is buried, but what he accomplished in his life is clear and significant. In the late 1700s, long before the Civil War, Mr. Walker's efforts to win his freedom set Massachusetts on a course to be one of the first states to end slavery.

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  6. Wachusett school budget on hold until Rutland votes on overrideRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 10 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    HOLDEN ­­­ - With Rutland's override ballot election scheduled for September 16, the Wachusett Regional School District Committee voted to re­schedule its next monthly meeting for Sept. 17. The 7,500-student school district continues to be without a budget, after voters at Rutland's special town meeting voted to call for a Proposition 2½ override to fund $390,000 of the town's operations assessment.

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  7. Princeton man sentenced in poisoning of classmate in ScotlandRead the original story

    Aug 4, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A Princeton man has been sentenced to prison after he pleaded guilty to poisoning a classmate while attending a school in Scotland.  Alexander D. Hilton pleaded guilty last month to assault by poisoning for mixing methanol with wine and giving it to classmate Robert Forbes while the pair attended the University of St. Andrews in March 2011.  According to the Judiciary of Scotland, Mr. Hilton was sentenced to 3 years imprisonment after pleading guilty to the charges. He was initially facing attempted murder charges; Mr. Forbes required dialysis and suffered permanent damage to his vision.

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  8. Holden selectmen authorize panel to study educational optionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 3, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    After the selectmen took turns saying it had nothing to do with “de-regionalization,” the board voted to establish a committee to study educational options for the future. Holden is one of the five towns in the Wachusett Regional School District.

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  9. 7 places to take a fun and healthy hike in Central Mass.Read the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Walking is good for you, and walking in nature is even better for you. Science aside, a hike in the country is just plain enjoyable, and Central Massachusetts abounds with good places to stretch the legs, fill the lungs with fresh air and take in the scenery.

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  10. Shaun Sutner: White Woodie returns to PrincetonRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 1, 2015 | The Item Extra

    Princeton is a true hotbed for tennis in Central Massachusetts, with a series of annual tournaments that are mostly for town residents only. Local tennis guru Terry Hart - who can be found behind the scenes organizing nearly all things tennis in this mountain town - started the wooden racquet-all white traditional tennis clothing doubles round robin 15 years ago after reading in article in the Chicago Tribune about a similar tournament.

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  11. Rutland to vote on Wachusett budget MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 31, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The fate of the Wachusett Regional School District budget is in the hands of Rutland voters at the special town meeting Monday night. The $83.3 million school district budget has been approved by three of the five towns: Holden, Princeton and Sterling.

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  12. Cyclist who threw punches at Longsjo is suspended for a yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 30, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    The cyclist seen on video punching another racer after the Fitchburg Downtown Criterium in the Longsjo Classic in late June has been suspended by USA Cycling for one year. Jerome Townsend, 26, of Princeton, was captured on video throwing two punches at the head of David Warner, 31, of Jamaica Plain, shortly after the finish of the pro/1/2 Fitchburg Downtown Criterium, the third event in the three-day Longsjo Classic, on June 28. Townsend has accepted the sanctions and will not appeal the ruling, according to Kevin Loughery, communications director for USA Cycling, the governing body of bicycle racing in the United States.

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  13. Princeton buildings' fire, security alarms insufficientRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 27, 2015 | The Item Extra

    Town buildings are not being monitored by a central station fire and security alarm company, the Board of Selectmen learned last night. Steve Mirick, a member of the Facilities Planning Committee, said that the police station, Town Hall annex, Bagg Hall and the Department of Public Works building have alarms, but they would only be effective if a cruiser were driven by and the officer heard the alarm.

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  14. Mark Conti: Ruling issued on cyclist involved in Longsjo punching incidentRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 25, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    USA Cycling has issued a ruling on the cyclist seen punching another racer after the Fitchburg Downtown Criterium late last month. Jerome Townsend , 26, of Princeton, was captured on video throwing two punches at the head of David Warner , 31, of Jamaica Plain, shortly after the finish of the pro 1/2 Fitchburg Downtown Criterium, the third event in the three-day Longsjo Classic, on June 28. After an investigation of nearly three weeks, USA Cycling handed down a ruling to Townsend on July 17, according to Kevin Loughery , communications director for USA Cycling, the governing body of bicycle racing in the United States.

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  15. Culgin gets nod for building inspectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2015 | The Item Extra

    It took four meetings and two votes, but selectmen finally chose the candidate that the town administrator will negotiate with to be the next building inspector. Selectman John Kilcoyne said he kept going back and forth, but gave the nod to Zahariadis, because he used to work as Sterling's building commissioner and already knew the people and issues.

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  16. Culgin gets nod for building inspectorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 17, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    It took four meetings and two votes, but selectmen finally chose the candidate that the town administrator will negotiate with to be the next building inspector. Selectman John Kilcoyne said he kept going back and forth, but gave the nod to Zahariadis, because he used to work as Sterling's building commissioner and already knew the people and issues.

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  17. Princeton names town administrator; salary set at $95KRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    PRINCETON - For the second time in a month, the Board of Selectmen has completed negotiations with its new town administrator. Nina Nazarian of Fitchburg, who is currently the assistant town administrator in Tyngsboro, and selectmen completed contract negotiations Tuesday night.

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  18. Princeton names town administratorRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 15, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    Nina Nazarian of Fitchburg, who is currently the assistant town administrator in Tyngsboro, and the Board of Selectmen completed their contract negotiations Tuesday night; Ms. Nazarian will become Town Administrator on Aug. 12. “We are very excited and delighted that Nina's coming,” Selectman Stan Moss said.

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  19. Mark Conti: Sanctions from Longsjo Classic altercation due soonRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 11, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    A ruling on possible sanctions against cyclists involved in an altercation at the Longsjo Classic in Fitchburg two weeks ago is expected from USA Cycling this week. Mark Guthart, technical director of USA Cycling, the governing body of bicycle racing in the United States, said Friday the investigation is ongoing but he expects the investigator to file a report within a few days.

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  20. Princeton prepares infrastructure for Internet serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 3, 2015 | Worcester Telegram & Gazette

    PRINCETON – The town will continue getting its infrastructure ready for the town's high-speed Internet network, albeit without a potential partner. Selectman Stan Moss, chairman of the Princeton Broadband Municipal Light Plant, said the town is seeking special legislation to move forward with the make-ready work, although it does not have an operating agreement for the network. The panel was in contract negotiations with Matrix Design Group of New Jersey to design and build a network, but the talks broke down in April over control of the network, which the town's bond counsel stipulates must remain with the town.

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