Littleton Road affordable housing causes fireworks
By Jon Bishop firstname.lastname@example.org HARVARD -- Emotions ran high during the discussion of the 166 Littleton Road property at the Planning Board meeting on Monday. Full Story
Candlelight Vespers captures seasonal spirit
SHIRLEY -- Yuletide spirit and the joyful sounds of music filled the Shirley Meetinghouse to its historic rafters last Sunday night when Holly Haase and company hosted the 11th annual Candlelight Vespers, with Christmas songs, stories, poems and readings and performances by some of the town's talented singers and musicians. Full Story
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Nashoba Tech joins effort to oppose aid cut
12/12/2014 10:48 AM EST - GROTON -- Disapproving of a move by Gov. Deval Patrick to cut state funding for school transportation, the Nashoba Valley Technical School Committee voted to support an effort by the Massachusetts Association of Regional Schools to challenge the decision. Full Story
Pepperell police log
12/12/2014 07:32 AM EST - MONDAY, Dec. 1 A.M. 12:32, traffic control, South and River roads; 4:10, traffic control, Park Street; 6:48, medical emergency, Main Street; 7:57, traffic control, Hollis Street; 8:30, motor-vehicle accident, Main and Canal streets; 9:01, medical emergency, transported to hospital, Cross Street. Full Story
Review: A charming cast anchors the dark 'Into the Woods'
This is one Disney film that's definitely not a light fairy tale. For those unfamiliar with Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's 1987 Broadway musical, that fact might come as a surprise. Full Story
Commentary: Sony's fear and 'The Interview' decision set terrible precedent
Seth Rogen and James Franco film unlikely to remain in a vault after costing $44 million.