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    A time to remember

    Honoring POWs laid to rest at Fort Devens
    10/24/2014 09:57 AM EDT
    By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com DEVENS -- The Fort Devens cemetery was the site of the annual German and Italian POW Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, bringing together representatives of the United States, Germany and Italy, enemies during World War II. 
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    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - BRIEFS Free golf Red Tail Golf Club will offer a free game of golf to anyone who brings a 12-pound frozen turkey or a $20 grocery store gift card to the greens. Full Story

    HARVARD NEWS
    At 90, Onkwe Tase has served his

    country, his people
    By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com DEVENS -- To listen to Onkwe Tase, who turned 90 on Saturday, is to listen to wisdom. Full Story
    GROTON NEWS
    Check it out at Groton Public Library

    Lifelong Learning: Sign up now for four courses starting in November. Each course meets for five sessions. Full Story
    SHIRLEY NEWS
    Campfire burn under investigation

    Shirley -- A 24-year-old man with burns to his face and body was transported to Nashoba Valley Medical Center by ambulance in the early morning hours on Sunday. Full Story
     

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    A time to remember

    Honoring POWs laid to rest at Fort Devens
    10/24/2014 09:57 AM EDT
    By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com DEVENS -- The Fort Devens cemetery was the site of the annual German and Italian POW Remembrance Ceremony on Saturday, bringing together representatives of the United States, Germany and Italy, enemies during World War II. 
    Full Story
    Regional Calendar
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - BRIEFS Free golf Red Tail Golf Club will offer a free game of golf to anyone who brings a 12-pound frozen turkey or a $20 grocery store gift card to the greens. Full Story

    Megawave president tapped for humanities board
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - Glynda Benham has been elected to a three-year-term on the board of directors of Mass Humanities. Benham is president and one of the owners, founders and directors of MegaWave Corporation, a 20 year-old small business located in Devens, that specializes in antenna design and development for military applications. Full Story

    $250,000 High School Heroes Scholarship program lauched
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - DEDHAM -- Bob's Discount Furniture and the American Red Cross are pleased to launch the annual Bob's Discount Furniture $250,000 High School Heroes Scholarship Program for the 2014-2015 school year. Full Story

    Emerson Hospital meeting: Innovations in breast cancer screening, treatment
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - CONCORD -- The annual meeting of the Emerson Hospital Auxiliary will be held on Thursday, Oct. 30, from 11 a. Full Story

    IN GOOD TASTE
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - By Dianne Bunis Some of the tastiest apples, sweet and tart, are grown here in New England and many are available late in the season. Full Story

    Welcoming congregation panel Oct. 26
    10/24/2014 07:36 AM EDT - Ashby First Parish Church is working to become a church where lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people can find a spiritual home and community. Full Story

    (Scott Takushi/AP)
    Custom urns courtesy of company's 3-D printer

    EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) — A Minnesota startup is using a 3-D printer to create custom urns shaped like objects that were important to the person whose remains they hold. Full Story
    (Mark Von Holden/Mark Von Holden/Invision/AP)
    Hancock honored at jazz benefit concert at Apollo

    NEW YORK (AP) — Jazz legend Herbie Hancock says he's ready to look for another job after hearing 11-year-old Indonesian jazz piano prodigy Joey Alexander pay tribute to him at a benefit concert for the Jazz Foundation of America at Harlem's historic Apollo Theater. Full Story
    (AP Photo/John Bazemore, File)
    'Here Comes Honey Boo Boo' canceled

    TLC axes show after evidence surfaces that star Mama June had resumed a romance with a convicted child molester.