Epitome of high performance at Emerson Green development

DEVENS -- Emerson Green is a visionary residential development making its mark in New England. So is Epitome, a patented composite foundation system made by a Midwestern-based company called Composite Panel Systems LLC, which is changing the way houses are built for the better. Full Story
Town orders 'dangerous' dog muzzled

AYER -- The Board of Selectmen determined last Wednesday that Conor LaHiff's 3-year-old dog Tiger was dangerous after it attacked another dog and its owner last month. Full Story
Revolutionary performance as America's first female soldier

PEPPERELL -- With Patriots Day fast approaching, Judith Kalaora will visit Varnum Brook Elementary School Auditorium, 10 Hollis Street, on Wednesday, April 3, at 7 p. Full Story
Students to show creativity innovation at national event

GROTON -- Two teams from the Groton-Dunstable area will take part in an innovative competition where they will present creative solutions to a number of mind-bending STEAM-based challenges on May 22-25. Full Story
School Honors

Ayer Shirley Middle School Principal's List for Term 3 Grade 6: Riley Adamson, Jake Bryant, Emily Churchill, Grace Cormier, Josefina Daisy, Carley Ehwa, Chandra Eli-johnson, Liliana Ellin, Hayden Fallon, Marcos Herreros, Madison Leone, Matthew Marchand, Brady Martone, Karen McEwen, Bryann Meadows, Lauren Reardon, Keziah Salter, Katelyn Full Story
Micky Ward will be inducted into Atlantic City Boxing Hall

LOWELL -- Micky Ward is Lowell through and through. He knows the difference between the North Common and the South Common. Full Story
Regional Calendar

April 19 Pre-Easter Meat Bingo: The VFW Auxiliary to Townsend Post No. 6538 is hosting at 491 Main Street, West Townsend, VFW Function Hall beginning at 7 p. Full Story
With investing, one size does not always fit all

You've been managing your own retirement savings for some time. However, the task is becoming more overwhelming, so you decide to work with a financial adviser. Full Story

TOWNSEND -- More than 100 residents lined Main Street Saturday morning in support of Police Chief Robert Eaton, who was placed on leave Friday night after blasting a town investigation into Police Department employees.   Full Story