Upton Moves Forward with Inter-Municipal Agreements
The Board of Selectmen signed off on three separate agreements that will provide shared services between Upton and several local communities. A discussion on the details of the agreements took place during a June 7 meeting.
Over the years, the Selectmen have seen the benefits of shared services. In 2|
Mendon Voters to Deal with Approximately $113,000 Warrant
The Mendon Board of Selectmen reviewed a 13 article warrant during their June 6 meeting. A total of $113,561 worth of articles are on the warrant that are to be voted on during a June 21 Special Town Meeting.
The majority of articles are seeking funding from free cash, including Article 1 which is r|
New Taft Public Library Opens June 23
The new Taft Public Library at 29 North Ave in Mendon will open at 3 p.m. on Thursday, June 23. All services including borrowing and returning materials and museum passes will again be functioning. Registration for the Summer Reading program will also be held in the building. The kick off of the Summe|
Becoming the Stars of Their Own Stories, 164 Graduate from Nipmuc
Nipmuc Regional High School Class of 2016 were encouraged to write their own story as they begin the next chapter in their lives during the 56th annual commencement celebration held on June 3.
In his speech, Principal John Clements told the 164 graduating seniors that although life is full of “cin|
Beaver Trapping and Bylaw Change on June 21 Special Town Meeting
As a last resort, the Mendon Land Use Committee is seeking to transfer funding from the Mendon Land Bank to fund a beaver trapping project in an effort to stop flooding on Nipmuc Lake. The article is on June 21 Special Town Meeting warrant.
“A beaver dam is blocking the outlet from Nipmuc Lake to |
A Walk through Their Past
Nipmuc Regional High School students went back to their old stomping grounds for the final time as Mendon Upton Regional School District students during a first ever “Senior Walk” on June 2. Donned in caps and gowns and holding signs about their future plans, the Class of 2016 walked the [more]
Woodland Students Honor Deceased Veterans during Memorial Day Program
Amazon.com Bringing 310 Jobs to Milford
Encouraged to Stay the Course, Stay True to Themselves, 229 Students Graduate from Milford High Scho
Styles Through the Years: Nipmuc Media Center Hosts Faculty Prom Exhibit
Mendon Approves Town Administrator’s Salary Increase as Part of New Budget
Mendon Selectmen Approve Hiring New Town Accountant
Two Lifelong Volunteers Honored as the 2016 Milford Seniors of the Year
Annual Town Meeting on May 23
Woodland School Bond Buoys Officials