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Two Bylaws, Including Marijuana Moratorium, on Town Meeting Warrant
During an October 17 meeting, the Board of Selectmen reviewed a near fina

Teacher Critically Injured in Crash
Andrea Bosworth, a teacher at Nipmuc Regional High School, was critic

Mother Nature Gives out Tricks for Halloween
Crews from National Grid work to restore power along Northbridge St.

Marijuana Moratorium, Town Manager Act and Election Date Bylaws Up for Vote in Upton
November 14 is the date for Upton’s Special Town Meeting. During an Octob

Health Board Contemplates Suspending Article 37 Fees
First passed by Town Meeting in 2005, Article 37 of the town’s By-Laws wa

Town Meets Budget Goals
Finance Director Zachary Taylor told the Finance Committee this month that

Whoo is Being Kind and Caring?
Stacy Middle School Wellness Teachers Janet Ryan (left) and Celeste S

Robert Johnson Award
MONTGOMERY LODGE – On the 5th of October, the Grand Lodge of Masons in Ma

Joe Dalleva Named Plains Man of the Year
Retired Stop & Shop produce manager Joseph Dalleva was named this year’

Summer Food Service Program Provides 9,500 Meals
Some of the many workers and volunteers who helped make the Milford S

Field of Flags Discussed on 30 Minutes with the Town Crier
Citizens for Milford members are featured on the current episode of 30 Minu

Water Company Acquisition on September 26 Special Town Meeting Warrant
Town Meeting Members will decide next Tuesday, September 26, whether Milfor

Retail Marijuana Voted Out in Milford
By a 676 vote margin, Milford’s voters decided on Septe

Christine Cochran, Outstanding Teacher of the Year
Christine Cochran, a first-grade teacher at Brookside Elementary Scho

Selectmen Discuss Rolling Out Electrical Aggregation Program
The Upton Board of Selectmen is trying to get the word out to residents c

Upton Library Officials Considering Renovation to Existing Facility
The Upton Town Library Trustees are currently looking to expand and r

Raises of 1.5 to 2.5 percent in New Contracts for School District Faculty and Staff
New three-year contracts have been signed and sealed for much of the facult

Manguso Protests Not Being Re-appointed Youth Commissioner
Former Milford Youth Commission member Stephen Manguso spoke out at the Aug

Rate Hike May Be Needed When Buying Water Company
The “due diligence” efforts by the Board of Selectmen and Finance Direc

September 19 Ballot Regarding Retail Marijuana Sales Revised
Based on new state legislation signed into law this summer, the Board

New Absentee Ballots for September 19 Referendum
The Board of Selectmen voted on August 7 to change the wording to the Town

Exciting Changes as Milford Public Schools Begin a New Year
As students are enjoying their last lazy, hazy days of summer vacation, the

The Ultimate Open Space Event
2008, solar eclipse at the point of totality, when the moon completel

Health Board Kicks Off Drug Abuse Awareness Campaign
Board of Health members and Lisa White, school wellness nurse, accept

Retail Marijuana Referendum Wording to Change
Now that Governor Charles Baker has signed the new legislation governing re

Milford Water Company Eases Restrictions
Effective August 1, the Milford Water Company eased its Stage III water res

Area Sprayed after West Nile Virus Found in Milford
After mosquitoes carrying the West Nile virus were found in the southeast c

Post 59 Season One to Remember
The Milford Post 59 team gathers one last time at the end of the Mass

Upton Recreation Commission Bringing On the Fun this Summer
Upton’s Recreation Commission has planned a summer chock full of fun th

Claflin Hill Symphony Presents Family Night at the Bandstand 2017
The Claflin Hill Symphony Orchestra is proud to announce the opening of the

Valley Tech FY18 Budget Approved
The Blackstone Valley Vocational Regional School District FY18 operating bu

Planning Board Chair Wants “Police Support” Signs Addressed
Planning Board Chairman Patrick Kennelly wants his board to take another lo

Superintendent Recaps the 2016/2017 School Year
The Milford Public Schools had a full year of transitions and new hires but

Building, Health Departments Tackle Water St. Rat Problem
The town’s Building and Health departments are dealing with a rat infesta

Montgomery Lodge Scholarship winners
MONTGOMERY LODGE – On the 15th of June, 2017, Montgomery Lodge was please

Summary of Town Meeting Actions
Here is a summary of actions taken by Town Meeting Members at the May 22 A

Nipmuc Class of 2017 Encouraged to Enjoy Little Things in Life
The members of the Nipmuc Regional High School Class of 2017 were encourage

Milford High School Grads Look Toward their Futures
Encouraged to live life positively and with optimism, the 260 graduates of

Blackstone Valley Tech Celebrates the Class of 2017
Showing off their artistic and technical talents with colorful, 3-dimension

New Regional Effort Gaining Traction in Helping Overdose Victims
The opioid crisis plaguing America isn’t just a problem effecting big cit

Seriously-Ill Teacher and Valley Tech at Odds over Retirement Benefits
A Blackstone Valley Regional Technical High School (BVT) teacher diagnosed

Montgomery Lodge Empty Chair Presentation
MONTGOMERY LODGE – On the 29th of May at the special communication of Mon

Mendon Police Building Committee Moving Ahead
Now that the residents of Mendon have supported a $5 million debt exclusion

Mendon and Upton Honor Their Neighbors Who Gave Their All
Mendon Girl Scout Troop #12806 march in the annual Memorial Day Parad

Upton Selectmen Discuss Possible Change to Town Election Date
During a May 16 meeting, the Board of Selectmen began an initial discussion

Mendon Cultural Council Chair Wins Award for Mother Mendon Sings
Joyce Firth, chair of the Mendon Cultural Council, last month was awa

Montgomery Lodge Empty Chair Presentation
On Memorial Day, May 29th, the Brethren of Montgomery Lodge of Milford will

Police Memorial Remembers Fallen Officers
Police Memorial Remembers Fallen Officers Patrolman Robert Tusin

Highway Surveyor Featured on 30 Minutes
Highway Surveyor Scott Crisafulli will be the featured guest on the next ep

Town Meeting: Fowl Mood after Passing $99-Million Budget
Town Meeting Members passed a $98,954,326 operating budget for Fiscal Year

Mendon Celebrates 350th Birthday with Muskets and Music
Dick Ferrucci, State Representative Brian Murray, State Senator Ryan

A Day of Fun for All
Milford Fire Fighter Scott Marshall gives a medal to one of the athle

MHS Principal Carolyn Banach Leaving for Framingham
Milford High School Principal Carolyn Banach will be leaving her post at th

Pagnini Proposes Downtown Improvements
Ronald Pagnini – who owns several commercial properties on Main and Centr

Miscoe Remembers a Teacher Who Loved Her Work
The plaque that will hang outside of the newly renamed Wernig Compute

Coffee and Conversation with Mendon Selectmen
Residents are invited to join the Board of Selectmen for coffee and convers

Milford Finance Committee Chair Featured on 30 Minutes
Milford Finance Committee Chair Christopher Morin will be the featured gues

Schools Looking for a $46 Million Budget for 2017-18
The Milford Public Schools will be looking to the Finance Committee to appr

Historical District Bylaw Up for Vote in Mendon
Among the articles to be voted on during Mendon’s May 5 Annual Town Meeti

Funding for 350th Events and New Windows for Senior Center on Mendon Warrant
As members of Mendon’s 350th Anniversary Committee continue preparing for

End Zone Militia Coming to Mendon
The End Zone Militia, shown here firing after a score by the New Engl

New Miscoe Hill Principal Introduced
Jennifer Mannion has been hired as the new Miscoe Hill Principal effe

Upton/Mendon Easter Services
Bethany Community Church 15 Cape Road, Mendon Pastor Phil McCutchen 508-

Mendon Voters Facing a $5 Million Police Station Request
The Mendon Board of Selectmen continued discussing and debating how the new

Upton Selectmen and Residents Discuss Petitions
On March 28, the Upton Board of Selectmen met with residents Jim Floyd and

Inaugural Induction to World Language National Honor Society
Nipmuc Regional High School students are inducted into one of three n

Examples of Leadership Worth Emulating
Nipmuc NHS Member Delaney Bolton lights a candle during the 55th annu

Joseph Warren Medal
MONTGOMERY LODGE – On the 6th of April at the regular communication of Mo

Milford Election Results
Portion of Rt. 146 Closed for Bridge Reconstruction
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation (RIDOT) reminds drivers that

Milford Candidates Featured on 30 Minutes
Candidates in contested races in the April 4 Annual Town Election will be f

Affordable Housing; One Idea for Mendon’s Paddock Property
A representative from CDM Smith presented the Mendon Board of Selectmen wit

Selectmen Hear from Residents Concerning New Town Manager Recruitment
A room full of Upton residents came out to listen to what the Board of Sele

FY18 School Budget Certified, Up by 2.47%
The Mendon Upton Regional School Committee has certified a $33,409,859 oper

Mendon Nominations Papers Due March 28
Mendon residents interested in running for town office have until March 28

Miscoe Hill to Offer Field Hockey
The Mendon Upton Regional School Committee unanimously approved the additio

Mendon Upton School Committee Gets Updates from Superintendent
During a brief School Committee Meeting on Monday, February 27, several sch

Mendon Upton Students Follow Their Passion
Nipmuc sophomore Julia Keville shows Memorial third-graders pet cloth

Five Contested Races in April 4 Milford Town Election
Now that the February 15 deadline for potential candidates to return nomina

Town Receives $675,887 More from FEMA
The town recently received $675,886.96 from the Federal Emergency Managemen

Selectmen Advocate Solar for Three Municipal Buildings
The Board of Selectmen is advocating that the roofs on three municipal buil

Dispatchers Recognized for “Exemplary Actions”
Public Safety Dispatchers Lisa Trusas (third from left) and Kim St. A

Mendon Resident Hits a High Note Taking Part in BSO Program
Ellis O’Donnell poses with her nephew and niece Jack and Zoe O’D

Mendon Upton Preschool Registration
Registration for the Mendon-Upton Integrated Preschool will be held January

Upton Wins Voting Contest
The elections for 2015-2016 are complete and totaled and the winner of the

Quiet Leaders Learn the Impact of Acting with Others
Kyle Tewksbury from Mendon (right) and Thomas Michel from Upton (left

Nipmuc Regional to Roll Out Makerspace Pilot
Nipmuc Regional High School will be piloting a new “makerspace,” announ

Mendon Nominations Papers Available February 14
Mendon residents interested in running for town office may pick up their no

Upton Men’s Club 2017 Scholarship Program
The Upton Men’s Club is pleased to announce their Scholarship Award Pro

Upton’s Interim Town Manager
Upton’s interim Town Manager, Robert (Bob) Reed has officially been on th

Selectmen Hear Update on Establishment of Historical District
During a December meeting, Mendon Historic District Study Committee Chair M

Upton Wins Voting Contest
Upton Wins Voting Contest The elections for 2015-2016 are complete and tot

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