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Baptist Church Fall Fair in Grafton

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Grafton - The Baptist Church of Grafton, 1 South St., will hold its annual Fall Fair Saturday, Nov. 7, from 9 a.m. to 3...

Raymonde F. Trottier, 95, South Grafton

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South Grafton - Raymonde F. Trottier, of South Grafton, died Monday, Oct. 12, 2015 at UMass Memorial Hospital after a short illness. She was...

Grafton High girls’ soccer team has its eyes on the ‘W’

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Grafton – A single year can make all the difference in high school sports, and perhaps there is no more tangible proof of that than the Grafton High School girls’ varsity soccer team.

Luther A.D. Ward Jr., 88, of Grafton

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Grafton - Luther A.D. Ward Jr., 88, passed away Wednesday, Oct. 7, 2015 following a short illness. Luther is survived by his six children, Jo-Anne...

Grafton Inn to change ownership

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Grafton - The Grafton Inn, owned since 2000 by The Pardee Group, Inc., of Westborough, will soon be changing hands. The inn is now in the process of being purchased by James J. Hunter of Whitinsville. The Pardee Group, with John Pardee of Westborough, as president, purchased the inn in 2000. In 2007 he leased it out but returned as operator in 2009. In 2013 he put the 12,000-square-foot bar, restaurant, and inn at 25 Grafton Common on the market for $925,000. Laurie C. Pardee is also listed as a director of the two-person Pardee Group.

Fall Town Meeting warrant hearings to air on Grafton Community Television

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Grafton - Grafton Community Television (GCTV) will tape for rebroadcast the Finance Committee's Town Meeting warrant review hearings. The public hearings are held each...

State police museum continues an active first year in Grafton

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Grafton – About a 20-year process of collecting artifacts resulted in the opening of the nonprofit Massachusetts State Police Museum and Learning Center (MSPMLC) in the former barracks built in 1931 at 44 Worcester St. (Route 140) in Grafton. While the building’s renovation is still “a work in progress,” the time and energy is deserved, noted Charlie “Shirl” Alejandro, a retired trooper and museum director.

Estelle Wheeler, 91, of North Grafton

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North Grafton - Estelle Stephanie (Kaberry) Wheeler, of North Grafton, passed away peacefully Thursday, Oct. 1, 2015 at Beaumont Rehabilitation Center in Northbridge. Born Jan....

Grafton Recreation seeks local support for holiday celebration

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Grafton – The town of Grafton’s Recreation Commission has begun preparations for Grafton Celebrates the Holidays Sunday, Dec. 6. Each year, dozens of local...

The Shakespeare Club of Grafton kicks off new season

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Grafton - Interested in revenge, murder, intrigue, ghosts, romance, lyrical poetry, and even a little bit of Shades of Grey ala Richard III? Join the Shakespeare Club of Grafton twice a month as they explore the works of William Shakespeare and his contemporary playwrights.

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Grafton police log, Sept. 18 edition

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Grafton Sunday, Aug. 30 2:29 a.m. Spanish River Rd. Suspicious activity. 10:34 a.m. Lilac Ln. Ambulance – medical. 11:10 a.m. Pine St. Ambulance – medical. 4:39 p.m. Mass Pike...