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Townsend, Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County. Zip codes in Townsend, MA include 01469, and 01474. The median home price in Townsend is $245,000 which is roughly $136/per square foot. More Townsend information.

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3 hrs ago | Nashoba Publishing Online

POWs, MIAs to be remembered Friday

At every Veterans of Foreign Wars meeting, one question is asked three times -- does anyone know a vet or family member in need? On Friday, Sept. 19, the post and its Ladies Auxiliary will observe the National POW/MIA Recognition Day with a ceremony on the common.

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Sun Sep 14, 2014

Lowell Sun

The sale of a lifetime

"It's a nice tribute to Roy," said Gerard DelPriore, of Littleton, who was bargain hunting for skid-steer loaders and tillers. Shepherd died in August 2013 after being pinned under an all-terrain vehicle, just 500 feet from where he was born.

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Sat Sep 13, 2014

The Groton Line

New Blood, Familiar Face In Lawrence Academy Admissions Office

Lawrence Academy's new director of admissions, Phil Blood, is a familiar face to folks in and around Groton. Raised here in town, Phil fondly remembers playing on the Quad as a grade-schooler with Fred Williams , the middle son of former Lawrence Academy Headmaster Ben Williams.

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Fri Sep 12, 2014

Nashoba Publishing Online

A house that became a home

Not all that many people live in one place for 25 years. When that place is a senior housing community, 25 years of residence is even more unusual.

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Thu Sep 11, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Rollstone donates $5G to Cleghorn Center

Rollstone Bank & Trust recently donated $5,000 to the Cleghorn Neighborhood Center in Fitchburg to be used in its after-school programs. The main goal of the center's after-school program is to support more than 100 elementary-, middle- and high-school students in the areas of academics, computer technology, employability, life skills and recreation.

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Wed Sep 10, 2014

Lowell Sun

Townsend selectmen look to reorganize tax collector/treasurer office

"It was really quite understaffed," said Town Administrator Andy Sheehan about the office. "We've come to realize that Kathy Rossbach was really trying to be the good soldier and get by with what she had."

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Tue Sep 02, 2014

Lowell Sun

Overdose 'epidemic' hits hard in Pepperell

Police Chief David Scott was surprised by the data in a color-coded map that showed the number of drug deaths in Pepperell from 2012 to April 2014 was much higher than in nearby towns.

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Sun Aug 31, 2014

Lowell Sun

12 at Nashoba Tech pass auto-repair certification

Nashoba Tech Automotive Technology students who are NA3SA-certified in at least one component include, front row, from left, Richard Cura , Nathan Baldinelli , Evan Sullivan and Christopher Gibbons ; and, back row, from left, Thomas Fitzpatrick , Brian Quin , Patrick Calnan , Nicholas Randolph and Ryan Aubuchon .

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Fri Aug 29, 2014

Nashoba Publishing Online

Cultural Council seeks funding proposals

Organizations, schools and individuals can apply for grants that support cultural activities in the community.

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Townsend Times

The Posting Board

Come join Ballroom & Latin Dance Instructor and Coach Francis Floyd to learn how to ballroom dance! Francis Floyd has been dancing since 1990 and teaching Ballroom Dance since 1993.

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Townsend Times

Child Find

In accordance with Massachusetts Special Education legislation, the North Middlesex Regional School District is making every effort to identify special needs children who may be entitled to an evaluation and specialized educational services.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

New date for hearing on Lunenburg affordable-housing plan

Because of scheduling conflicts, a public hearing scheduled before the Zoning Board of Appeals to potentially wrap up months of discussion on an affordable-housing project near Lake Whalom has been rescheduled again.

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Wed Aug 27, 2014

Nashoba Publishing Online

Drug deaths higher in Pepperell than in surrounding towns

Police Chief David Scott was surprised by the data in a color-coded map, which showed that the number of drug deaths in Pepperell between 2012 through April 2014 was much higher than in nearby towns.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Midwest InHouse

Release does not require explicit 'Wage Act' citation

A U.S. District Court judge has found that an often-cited 2012 Supreme Judicial Court decision does not in fact require employers, as a matter of law, to expressly include the phrase "Massachusetts Wage Act" in a release.

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Sat Aug 23, 2014

Sentinel & Enterprise

Bicycle Recycle Day coming to Townsend

Instead of throwing an old bicycle away, Dennis Wood said he will take any unwanted bicycles and give them a second life.

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Sentinel & Enterprise

Bicycle Recycle Day coming to Townsend

Instead of throwing an old bicycle away, Dennis Wood said he will take any unwanted bicycles and give them a second life.

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Fri Aug 22, 2014

Townsend Times

Businesses join fight against pipeline

Businesses are taking a stand against a proposed natural-gas pipeline planned to run through neighboring towns in the Nashoba Valley.

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Thu Aug 21, 2014

Worcester Telegram & Gazette

Townsend seeks artisans for annual arts and crafts fair

Attention artists, artisans, and crafters! There's still time to send in an application for the Townsend Historical Society's 33rd annual Arts and Crafts Fair, to be held Sept.

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Townsend Times

Townsend police: Suspect under investigation

Police have identified the driver of a Toyota Prius that was allegedly involved in suspicious activity in the area of Timberlee Park on Aug. 10. Police Chief Erving Marshall said the driver was seen in an area where children were playing, "acting suspiciously," according to a statement released by police.

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Tue Aug 19, 2014

Nashua Telegraph

Townsend, Mass., says alternate natural-gas routes from Beaver Brook hit their conservation land

When Beaver Brook Association proposed alternative routes for a possible natural gas pipeline coming up from Massachusetts, it did so to ensure that any line would avoid the group's hundreds of acres of preserved conservation land.

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