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    NFL can't reinflate

    image on Brady's back
    07/31/2015 07:35 AM EDT
    Leave it to the New England Patriots to make us all forget about that Olympics snub and those pathetic Red Sox. 
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    What will it take?
    07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - We remember the first time we heard the term "sanctuary city." It was difficult to even imagine a city or town that would be allowed to place itself in the position of breaking the laws of our land. Full Story

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    Salad Bowl Farms plans greenhouses in Devens

    SHIRLEY -- Paul Sellew, a 58-year old "innovator and leader in the organics management industry," according to Wikipedia, is also a successful entrepreneur whose resumé includes a handful of eco-friendly businesses. Full Story
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    St. Anthony's Bazaar set for Aug. 7,8

    SHIRLEY -- St. Anthony's Parish Bazaar will be held this year on Friday and Saturday, Aug. 7 and 8. For decades now, St. Full Story
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    Townsend student's thesis has real-world impact

    TOWNSEND -- A local college student combined her love of teaching and the environment with scientific skills to wind up her undergraduate studies. Full Story
     
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    NFL can't reinflate

    image on Brady's back
    07/31/2015 07:35 AM EDT
    Leave it to the New England Patriots to make us all forget about that Olympics snub and those pathetic Red Sox. 
    Full Story
    What will it take?
    07/24/2015 07:37 AM EDT - We remember the first time we heard the term "sanctuary city." It was difficult to even imagine a city or town that would be allowed to place itself in the position of breaking the laws of our land. Full Story

    Fairness
    07/10/2015 07:35 AM EDT - Perhaps it's a reflection of the violent unrest that is affecting our world, or the economic challenges that continue to plague us. Full Story

    Avis Roy
    07/03/2015 07:37 AM EDT - We applaud Karin Canfield Moore of Townsend who, with the help of state Sen. Jen Flanagan and state Rep. Full Story

    Shirley-bound
    06/26/2015 07:36 AM EDT - The Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce will relocate to Phoenix Park in Shirley this fall, moving into newly renovated space in an office park buzzing with businesses that are also chamber members, reported Melissa Fetterhoff, chamber president and CEO. Full Story

    A well deserved honor
    06/19/2015 12:12 PM EDT - The Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce has announced that the chamber's Board of Directors has named one of its Community Service and Leadership Awards in honor of Steve Gervais. Full Story

    Guest Editorial: Give Baker the tools to fix the MBTA
    06/12/2015 02:51 PM EDT - You can't do the job if you don't have the right tools. My company, 1A Auto, sells auto parts to car enthusiasts. Full Story

    The Latest: Bobbi Kristina's coffin taken in to church

    9:20 a.m. (EDT) ——— A hearse carrying the coffin of Bobbi Kristina Brown, the only child of Whitney Houston and R&B singer Bobby Brown, has arrived at a church in suburban Atlanta ahead of a funeral service. Full Story
    J.J. Abrams broke his back filming 'Star Wars'

    The 'Star Wars: Episode VII -- The Force Awakens' director reveals to Jon Stewart how the Millennium Falcon door that injured Harrison Ford on set also broke Abrams' back.