• Poll: Public sours on MBTA conditions - 04/17/2015 04:55 PM EDT
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    Spring is finally here and thoughts are turning to summer vacations. What are your plans?
     Staying home
     Vacationing close to home
     Traveling in the U.S.
     Traveling outside of the U.S.
    Dispatchers are the heart of public safety

    By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com AYER -- Without dispatchers, public safety departments -- Police and Fire/EMS -- wouldn't function. Full Story
    HS administrators not supportive, student reports

    TOWNSEND -- Amber Edmonds, a student representative to the school committee, spoke out during a recent meeting, voicing concerns with the school administration. Full Story
    'Soldier, engraver, forger' at May 5 Groton Historical Society

    GROTON -- The Groton Historical Society will sponsor a talk by Deborah M. Child titled "A Stranger in our Midst -- Richard Brunton, Soldier, Engraver, Forger," on Tuesday, May 5, at 7 p. Full Story
    Study finds old, inequitable wage system

    SHIRLEY -- Based on a request from the Personnel Board, the town hired a professional human resources consultant to conduct a study of the town's wage and pay scales compared to those of nonunion public employees in other communities. Full Story
    Baby-sitter training class

    TOWNSEND -- A Baby-sitter Training Class is being offered through Townsend Recreation open to Townsend and surrounding communities. Full Story
    Chieftains nab G-D in 2OT

    BOLTON -- Nashoba Regional went into halftime with a comfortable 7-2 lead. Groton-Dunstable head coach Rick Arena instructed his troops to not pack it in, and the Crusaders battled to the very end. Full Story
    Bargains in the Belfry spring season is here

    HARVARD -- Finally spring is here, and Bargains is ready. Come in and find some women's and men's clothes -- shirts, suits, jackets, slacks, skirts, scarves, shoes -- to outfit you for spring. Full Story
    NRWA announces free stream ecology workshops

    The Nashua River Watershed Association invites the public, including families, scout groups and seniors, to stream ecology discovery events to learn what it takes to determine the health of a river or stream. Full Story
    (Joshua Trujillo/AP)
    Highway abuzz with millions of bees after big truck tips

    LYNNWOOD, Wash. (AP) — A tractor-trailer carrying millions of honeybees overturned on a highway north of Seattle early Friday, scattering hives and sending white-suited beekeepers scrambling to save as many insects as they could. Full Story