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Chuck Stone Little League raising money to fix flood damaged field

ATHOL, Mass. (WWLP) - A little league field in Athol was completely flooded when the Millers River overflowed its banks this weekend. The Chuck Stone Little League is trying to raise enough money to cover all the flood damage. The James H. Salvan field in Athol was flooded Saturday morning. Flooding

WWLP 22NEWS - 2018-01-15 23:52:44

Indian Hill Music School announces January Programs

Indian Hill Music School is located at 36 King St., Littleton. All programs will take place at IHMS unless noted otherwise. For information: 978-486-9524, ext. 116; https://indianhillmusic.org. JAZZ 'JAM' CONCERT AT INDIAN HILL: 7 p.m. Feb. 2. Enjoy a swinging set by the Pamela Hines Trio followed b

WICKED LOCAL - 2018-01-16 22:05:48

Nantucket estate features sweeping views, formal English garden

One of the premier estates on Nantucket is on the market. The estate, known as "Long Hill," has eight bedrooms and 10 bathrooms within its 7,211 square feet. The 16-room home was built in 1823 and offers panoramic views of the water. Its landscaped grounds include a formal English garden with bri

MASSLIVE.COM - 2018-01-16 11:00:12

A history lesson: Fitchburg's Joe Ward and Billy Galvin

Billy Galvin is no Joe Ward. Who is Billy Galvin? He is the secretary of state. Who is Joe Ward? He is a former secretary of state. While they served a half a century apart, they have certain things in common. The secretary of state, among other things, sets the date and prepares the ballots for

LOWELL SUN - 2018-01-16 11:35:31

Residents, business owners assess flood damage caused by ice jam in Peterborough

Local officials say things are slowly getting back to normal along the Contoocook River after the weekend floods. Residents and business owners in Peterborough are cleaning up after an ice jam caused the river to flood homes and businesses, causing significant damage for some. "I turned on the light

WMUR.COM - 2018-01-16 01:11:00

Hometeam Central Mass. Division 3/3A hockey media poll

The Hometeam Central Mass. Division 3/3A boys' hockey media poll (with record, last week's record, first-place votes and total points tabulated on a 5-4-3-2-1 basis): Dropped out: None Others receiving votes (with record, total points): Lunenburg (8-2-0, 1). Poll voters: Steve Kendall, T&G; Chris Ky

TELEGRAM.COM - 2018-01-15 22:06:19

A fiery farewell for Christmas trees in Ashburnham

ASHBURNHAM -- It's not the traditional way to get rid of a Christmas tree once the season has come and gone, but in Ashburnham, it certainly seems to be a popular one. Dozens of people braved the cold Sunday afternoon to watch a pyramid of discarded trees go up in flames as the town held its second

SENTINEL & ENTERPRISE - 2018-01-15 11:53:00

Snow on way as Central Mass. weather roller coaster continues

WORCESTER - With residents of Athol still dealing with ice jam problems caused by last week's roller coaster weather, the region is in line for another chapter of snow. Beginning Tuesday evening and continuing through midday Wednesday, as much as 7 inches of snow is expected for the Worcester area,

TELEGRAM.COM - 2018-01-15 17:40:13

Michael Joiner and Hermosa Church of Christ have long serviced the Artesia community

Michael Joiner ARTESIA - Michael Joiner has lived in Eddy County for more than three decades. His late wife grew Becky grew up in Carlsbad and they lived in the Cave City for nearly 20 years before moving to Artesia in 2001 to take the job as pastor at Hermosa Church of Christ. Joiner has three daug

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-15 21:35:15

Former Artesia pastor talks Three L's of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

Dr. Keith Wilks the pastor of First United Methodist Church in Portales gives the keynote speech during the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. observance in Artesia. (Mike Smith Photo) ARTESIA - "Artesia, I love you and God bless you." Those were the closing words spoken by Dr. Keith Wilks. He was the keyn

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-15 22:53:48

Residents reminded of sales tax increase, write-in candidate filing date

Artesia residents and local businesses are being reminded the city's Gross Receipts Tax, or sales tax, rate has increased as of Jan. 1. Artesia's GRT rate is now 7.8958 percent, up from 7.8125. The increase is the result of Eddy County's passage of a one-twelfth of 1 percent sales tax increase to he

ARTESIA DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-14 23:40:00

Central Valley Electric offers rebates for members

Bean ARTESIA - Central Valley Electric Cooperative in Artesia offers energy efficient rebates and programs for their members in Eddy and Chaves Counties. Raelynn Bean member service representative said CVE offers home energy audits. "We have contracted with a company that comes in and they do a comp

RDRNEWS.COM - 2018-01-15 21:33:11

Wells Fargo donates to Meals on Wheels

Wells Fargo gave back to the Artesia Meals on Wheels organization recently with a $1,500 donation to help the charity in its efforts to provide meals to the community's disabled residents. Pictured above from left are Melissa Nayares, Michele Padilla, Alejandra Villa, Cristal Gamboa, Brianne Creight

ARTESIA DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-14 23:44:00

Chase offers support for families of Aztec shooting victims

(Courtesy Photo) On Tuesday, Dec. 19, 2017, Mack Chase, along with several other Artesia community members, traveled to Aztec to meet with the families of Francisco "Paco" Fernandez and Casey Jordan-Marquez. Fernandez and Jordan-Marquez, both 17, were both fatally wounded in the Dec. 7, 2017, shooti

ARTESIA DAILY NEWS - 2018-01-14 23:42:00

Hillcrest Elementary reopens as a preschool

Tuesday will be like the first day of school for students at Emmitt Smith Preschool. They will now call the former Hillcrest Elementary School their new home. The move was made to accommodate student growth in the program, said Superintendent of Carlsbad Municipal Schools Gregory Rodriguez. The pres

CARLSBAD CURRENT-ARGUS - 2018-01-16 08:00:04

St. Luke's Clinic expansion is much needed

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Once completed, the newly expanded St. Luke's Health Clinic on the Mesilla Valley Community of Hope campus will vastly improve both the physical health and mental health services available to all Las Cruces residents, but targeted specifically to the homeless comm


Funeral set for Friday for Legislature Chairman Paul Stockman

SOUTH DAYTON - Cattaraugus County lawmakers will gather together for calling hours Thursday for Legislature Chairman Paula Stokman of South Dayton, who died unexpectedly Saturday. Legislators will enter the DiStasio Funeral Home, 478 Route 83 at Balcom Corners, South Dayton, at 3 p.m. to pay their r

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2018-01-16 14:19:00

Den's Auto owner purchases Haley's Auto

SALAMANCA - Haley's Auto Shop in the town of Salamanca has a new owner, but the only other thing that's changing for now is the name. Dennis Urbanski, owner of Den's Auto since 1976 - one of the longest operating businesses in the city - recently purchased Haley's Auto Shop north of the city on Rout

SALAMANCA PRESS - 2018-01-16 15:14:00

Collins Public Library sets coming events

Tinkering in the Library: Saturday, Jan. 20 at 11 a.m. Different rotating activities each month. Fun for the whole family. Geared toward families with children 1-12. Stop by or call to register. Book Club: Monday, Jan. 22 at 11 a.m. We will be discussing "Bel Canto" by Ann Patchett. You can request

OBSERVER TODAY - 2018-01-16 08:00:00

Gowanda Mayor Eyes Positive Changes, Future Improvements

GOWANDA - As optimism goes up for Gowanda residents, the fiscal stress and monetary problems are going down. What once was in the top five for most stress (meaning struggling financially) in all of the governments in New York, Gowanda is dropping steadily. New York State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNap

POST-JOURNAL - 2018-01-16 08:00:00