AMHERST Second Hand Clothing Shop: The Amherst Senior Center announces the opening of a shop offering used clothing for sale. The shop will be open each Friday from 9 a.m.-noon in the Large Activity Room of the Bangs Community Center. Donations of clean, gently used clothing will be accepted during shop hours. Proceeds will help support the programs and services of the Amherst Senior Center. Senior Center Offers 2018 Parking Stickers: This parking program is designed to make parking near the center more convenient for older people. The parking sticker is valid for parking in the Boltwood Garage parking lot, both surface, underground and in the 12 spaces against the fence east of the Ann Whalen Apartments for four hour periods on weekdays between 8 a.m.-5 p.m. The sticker will cost $25 for the full year. Tax Work Off Plan: The town of Amherst participates in the the Tax Work Off Plan which allows qualified Amherst seniors to perform community service in participating town … [Read more...] about Senior notes for Hampshire and Franklin Counties and Metro East Plus, Aug. 15, 2018.
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Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page December 15, 2013 Athletes of the Year Jake Shuman Division 1: Needham Earning his second straight player of the year award, thanks to another state individual title, Shuman led the rockets to three straight Bay State titles and a fifth-place finish at states. A year-round golfer on the amateur level, he will attend Duke. George May Division 2: Masconomet May captured the Division 2 state title, firing a 73 at Blackstone Country Club. He was a Cape Ann League All-Star for the second straight year and won the CAL Open. He is an honor roll student and hopes to play golf in college. Ben Warner Division 3: Weston Warner captured the Division 3 North Sectional title and followed that with a seventh-place finish at States. He also finished third in the DCL tournament, which earned him league All-Star honors for the second straight year. All-scholastics Drew Benshoff … [Read more...] about 2013 Boys’ Golf All-Scholastics
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page By Nick French Globe Correspondent December 09, 2012 Meet the standout performers who earned All-Scholastic honors for their work this season: Athletes of the Year Jake Shuman Division 1: Needham Shuman took home plenty of hardware this season, capturing both the Division 1 South sectional title and the Division 1 state championship while helping Needham win the Bay State Conference title. He has reached the round of 32 at the US Junior Amateur, and hopes to play Division 1 golf. Charlie May Division 2: Masconomet May’s 70 blitzed the field by four shots en route to winning the Division 2 state title for the second straight year. His efforts helped Masco to a third-place team finish. The CAL MVP and Masco’s all-time leading scorer will play golf at Lehigh. Kevin Gately Division 3SS: Pembroke Advertisement The leader of a Titan team that … [Read more...] about 2012 Boys’ Golf All-Scholastics
Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Emily Sweeney Globe Staff October 20, 2017 Every day, police officers respond to reports of all sorts of events and non-events, most of which never make the news. Here is a sampling of lesser-known — but no less noteworthy — incidents from police log books (a.k.a. blotters) in our suburbs. SHOOT FOR THE MOON At 9:14 p.m. Aug. 8, West Bridgewater police checked on what appeared to be a disabled vehicle stopped on the shoulder of the road near the intersection of Plain and Belmont streets. But the officer soon learned that it wasn’t a case of car trouble after all: The driver had instead stopped to photograph the full moon. The officer asked the shutterbug to find a better spot to capture the celestial moment. THINGS YOU DON’T SEE EVERY DAY Police dispatchers are used to getting calls about unusual sights and sounds. Take for instance, a … [Read more...] about Sorry, officer, I’m just moonstruck