Paula J. Owen Correspondent @PaulaOwenTG ATHOL – All residents evacuated from Morton Meadows apartments over the weekend because of ice jams in the Millers River can return home, according to Athol officials, with the stipulation that they be “ready and prepared for evacuation at any moment.”Athol officials met Tuesday to discuss the continuing ice jams, the condition of the closed Exchange Street Bridge and the status of the remaining 15 residents displaced from the Morton Meadows...
Paula J. Owen Correspondent @PaulaOwenTG WORCESTER — Habitat for Humanity of MetroWest/Greater Worcester is preparing to move its used-goods store to a larger facility, and the organization’s director wants all to know that anyone can support Habitat’s affordable housing efforts by donating to and shopping at the store.ReStore, as well as the regional Habitat’s offices, will move from 17,000 square feet of space at 11 Distributor Road to 25,000 square feet of space at 640 Lincoln St., a...
By Paula Owen, Correspondent Athol firefighters are evacuating residents of Morton Meadows housing complex for the elderly because of the potential for flooding after large chucks of ice were seen near the Millers River bridge, according to Town Manager Shaun Suhoski.All firefighters in Orange, which is farther downstream on the Millers River, are also being called to the fire station in case they are needed to evacuate people.Return to telegram.com for more on this story. ...
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