ASRMS teaming with social entrepreneurs
12/10/2013 01:45 PM EST
AYER/SHIRLEY -- At Ayer Shirley Regional Middle School, the library is a hub of activity, as United Way Youth Venture Champion Kathryn Lyon touches base with groups of students interested in finding their own creative solutions to problems through community service. Full Story
Harvard artist featured in A Flock of Days
Reception with artists Dec. 12, 6:30-8 p.m.
GROTON -- Harvard-based printmaker Pam Lawson and her long-time friend and associate Heather K. Lenz have compiled an exhibit of prints and paintings that nearly vibrates off the walls of the Owen Smith Shuman Gallery. Full Story
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Ayer-Shirley Regional High School presents A Goodlie Companye concert fundraiser
12/13/2013 07:32 AM EST - AYER -- Ayer Shirley Regional High School will present a holiday concert with A Goodlie Companye on Dec. Full Story
So you want to write a book
12/13/2013 07:32 AM EST - Part 2 By M.E. Jones Correspondent FITCHBURG -- During the ALFA (Adult Learning in the Fitchburg Area) course he taught earlier this year at Fitchburg State University, retired Townsend Police Chief and author Bill May used his own experience as well as educational materials to enlighten his students, all of them retirees, in the Full Story
Christmas: Prime time for fires
12/13/2013 07:31 AM EST - Fire marshal issues tree, outdoor light safety tips "The best way to prevent a Christmas tree fire is to water it well every day, use electric lights safely, and dispose of it soon after the holiday," said State Fire Marshal Stephen D. Full Story
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Are we making progress in the fight against obesity?
An annual state-by-state survey says the country is making good progress in improving its overall health including a flat obesity rate and a lower rate of smoking. But individual states, especially in the South, continue to lag. Full Story