Beacon Hill Roll Call

Question 2: Update Bottle Bill?
10/17/2014 07:36 AM EDT
By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call looks at Question 2, one of the four questions on the ballot that will be decided directly by the voters in November. 
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See you at Town Meeting
10/17/2014 07:36 AM EDT - On June 27, 1776, the Groton Town Meeting voted to endorse declaring independence from Great Britain. Full Story

AYER NEWS
Habitat funding, Planning Board terms on STM warrant

By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com AYER -- The Board of Selectmen met briefly Monday night to address three things: motion protocol at Town Meeting, a Fire Department Reserve Fund transfer of $12,195, and an alcohol license for New England Flat Bread Company. Full Story
HARVARD NEWS
Chef Paul's soup

By Jon Bishop jbishop@nashobapub.com HARVARD -- Soup should be thick, meaty, filled with ingredients: the watery stuff you see in some stores is a cheap knock-off of the real thing. Full Story
SHIRLEY NEWS
Mixed-use

zoning hearing draws a crowd
SHIRLEY -- A Planning Board hearing drew quite a crowd, filling the Town Offices main meeting room. The subject of the Oct. Full Story
 

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Beacon Hill Roll Call

Question 2: Update Bottle Bill?
10/17/2014 07:36 AM EDT
By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call looks at Question 2, one of the four questions on the ballot that will be decided directly by the voters in November. 
Full Story
See you at Town Meeting
10/17/2014 07:36 AM EDT - On June 27, 1776, the Groton Town Meeting voted to endorse declaring independence from Great Britain. Full Story

Some concerns regarding mosquito control
10/17/2014 07:35 AM EDT - The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has a well-thought-out plan for dealing with West Nile and EEE mosquito borne diseases. Full Story

Not right for Prescott
10/17/2014 07:35 AM EDT - The upcoming Town Meeting will face a critical decision about the future of the Prescott School building. Full Story

Endorse Ken Swanton for Harvard selectman
10/17/2014 07:35 AM EDT - It is time for a new face with over 30 years of experience in town government to join our Board of Selectmen. Full Story

Beacon Hill Roll Call
10/10/2014 07:37 AM EDT - By Bob Katzen THE HOUSE AND SENATE. There were no roll calls in the House or Senate last week. This week, Beacon Hill Roll Call looks at Question 3, one of the four questions on the ballot that will be decided directly by the voters in November. Full Story

A great event!
10/10/2014 07:37 AM EDT - Grotonfest was a great event this year and, after the year I had, I wouldn't have believed it!! Dale Martin and Patrick Kiley were just terrific, Dale organizing the booths and Pat the logistics, they do a wonderful job. Full Story

I am pro-choice
10/10/2014 07:36 AM EDT - During the primary for Governor's Council, (Democrat) Charlie Shapiro accused (Democrat) Marilyn Devaney of getting an endorsement from a Republican organization called, Massachusetts Citizens for Life Inc. Full Story

Rip them down
10/10/2014 07:36 AM EDT - We are seeing white elephants, four of them, as a matter of fact. No, we are not having the DTs. These are the four surplus properties the town is trying to sell at bargain prices. Full Story

Harvard Historical needs help!
10/10/2014 07:36 AM EDT - In Harvard, we all love our town government ... the volunteers, the Town Meetings and the sense that we are all participants in the decisions that determine our direction. Full Story

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  • Bank robber who bummed cigarette gets 10 years

    PITTSBURGH (AP) — A bank robber who stopped during his escape to bum a cigarette off a construction worker has been sentenced to 10 years in prison by a federal judge in Pittsburgh. Full Story
    Search for world's funniest person moves to Vegas

    LOS ANGELES (AP) — An international search to find the world's funniest person is moving to Las Vegas, where people will get to see five finalists square off in an Olympics of comedy that pits France, Finland and other countries against one another. Full Story