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Charles Boddy, Jr. Named New Town Counsel

Charles Boddy, Jr. – a Bellingham resident and currently City Attorney for the City of Lawrence –was unanimously selected as Milford’s new Town Counsel at the Board of Selectmen’s March 26 meeting. The town planned to enter into contract negotiations with him immediately. Boddy has been a l [more]

Arcudi Apologizes for Housing Inspection Remarks

Elected Board of Assessor member Joseph Arcudi is publicly apologizing for remarks he admitted making during a Neighborhood Task Force inspection of a Main St. property in mid- February. He admitted saying the building’s owner should be shot and that the building should be burned down, but could n [more]

Finalists for Stacy Middle School Assistant Principal

The field of candidates has been narrowed to three “highly- qualified” individuals for the Assistant Principal position at Stacy Middle School, school officials announced in an April 5 Press Release. The position is being filled due to the retirement of current Stacy Assistant Principal Dawn Crai [more]

Strength of Character, a Hallmark of NHS Inductees

Nipmuc NHS Member Delaney Bolton lights a candle representing the pillar of Service during the 56th annual Induction Ceremony held on March 27. Thirty-two new members were inducted into the National Honor Society this year. Thirty-two Nipmuc Regional High School students were recogn [more]

Selectmen Discuss Town Clerk and Highway Surveyor’s Positions

As of March 26, two articles remained on the draft Town Meeting warrant concerning whether or not the Town Clerk and Highway Surveyor’s positions should be changed from elected to appointed. Discussions took place over two March meetings as the Selectmen and Town Administrator Kim Newman continue [more]

Upton Resident Celebrates 100 Years of Living

Lifelong Upton resident Dorothy Emino (in front with the corsage) celebrated her 100th birthday at the Upton Center surrounded by family and friends. Pictured front row L to R are Jennifer Pelletier, Elinor Townsend, and Dorothy Emino. Back row L to R are Chad Pelletier, Bob Townsend, Janine Tul [more]

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Planners Hear Middle School East Housing Proposal

Safety in Schools, a Shared Responsibility

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