Beacon Hill Roll Call

Senate refuses to grant tuition and fee waivers only to U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens; no roll call vote
03/27/2015 07:37 AM EDT
By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on the $361 million supplemental budget approved by the Senate last week. 
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TADS co-sponsors two exciting events
03/27/2015 07:37 AM EDT - On Tuesday, March 31, TADS will be hosting two exciting events featuring Claudia M. Gold, MD. We're also thrilled to be co-sponsoring the events with the Florence Roche-Boutwell PTA, Groton Community School, Children's Center at Groton and The Sunshine School. Full Story

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Be on the lookout: water heaters getting bigger

By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com LITTLETON -- Consumers might not know that new federal regulations, which will take effect April 16, will increase the size of water heaters. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Dinner-Theater Gala goes off without a hitch

HARVARD -- The 26th Annual Dinner-Theater Gala went off without a hitch Saturday night, despite snowfall on both the eve and day of the event. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
Meetinghouse group to launch new fundraiser

SHIRLEY -- Fundraisers the Shirley Meetinghouse Development Committee held over the last couple of years were successful, but fell short of the group's ambitious benchmark, according to longtime board member Robert Adam. Full Story
 
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Beacon Hill Roll Call

Senate refuses to grant tuition and fee waivers only to U.S. citizens or eligible noncitizens; no roll call vote
03/27/2015 07:37 AM EDT
By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call reports on the $361 million supplemental budget approved by the Senate last week. 
Full Story
TADS co-sponsors two exciting events
03/27/2015 07:37 AM EDT - On Tuesday, March 31, TADS will be hosting two exciting events featuring Claudia M. Gold, MD. We're also thrilled to be co-sponsoring the events with the Florence Roche-Boutwell PTA, Groton Community School, Children's Center at Groton and The Sunshine School. Full Story

Support Hildreth House project
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - At this year's Annual Town Meeting and at Town Election on Tuesday, April 7, I will be supporting the Council on Aging Hildreth House Improvement debt request in the amount of $1,260,000. Full Story

Why am I suing my home town of 20 years?
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - After living in the town for 20 very happy years I am now in the situation where I have to sue the town. Full Story

It you want change, make it happen
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - I would like to take this opportunity to explain my view of the recent discord on the Groton Board of Selectmen. Full Story

Hildreth House plan addresses critical needs
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - Ensuring full and safe access to Hildreth House, Harvard's senior center, is an essential step in providing needed services and programs for our residents over the age of 60. Full Story

Groton Marching Band and Chowder Society disbands
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - The purpose of this letter is to let you know that we have discontinued the Groton Marching Band and Chowder Society. Full Story

TalkBACK
03/27/2015 07:36 AM EDT - They say that if you are upset about something, and you write it down, you'll feel better. So here goes. Full Story

Beacon Hill Roll Call
03/20/2015 07:36 AM EDT - By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE: Beacon Hill Roll Call records the votes of local representatives on roll calls from the week of March 9-13. Full Story

NM Choir Boosters' Casino Night a winner
03/20/2015 07:36 AM EDT - The North Middlesex High School choirs will be headed to New York City to sing under the direction of nationally renowned Choir Conductor Anton Armstrong at Carnegie Hall on Sunday, March 22. Full Story

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    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A woman used forged documents to pretend to be a lawyer for a decade and was in line to be named partner when her fraud was discovered late last year, according to charges filed by the state attorney general's office. Full Story