If you ordered online, pick up will be on Friday, April 30th (3-6pm) or Saturday May 1 (8am-noon) at Kimball Farm, 400 Littleton Rd in Westford. At that time, there will be some plants and supplies for sale. So if you didn’t have a chance to place an order, or you forgot to order something, feel free to stop by. Or if you are new to the area, come check this out. You might just …Read more
SPONSORING ROADSIDE CLEANUP This year the Dunstable Grange is sponsoring the roadside cleanup from April 16th through April 26th.
Bags are available at the Tully Farm Store located at 446 Pleasant St., and the Dunstable Highway Department at 589 Pleasant St. Last year this didn’t happen because of Covid-19. Usually it is held each year around Earth Day. So if we could all clean the road near our homes, the town …Read more
RABIES IMMUNIZATION CLINIC SCHEDULE
Rabies immunization for dogs and cats over six (6) months of age, not previously immunized, and those with a
Orange oval (2018) rabies tag must be immunized. Depending on the vaccination status of your dog or cat the veterinarian will inform you of the effective vaccination duration for the vaccination given. PLEASE MAKE CHECKS PAYABLE TO VET.
ALL DOGS AND CATS MUST BE IMMUNIZED AGAINST RABIES
The charge per immunization …Read more
May 9th, 2021 ~ 8:30 – 11:30 AM
PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN VENUE The Breakfast was to be held at McLoon Barn on Thorndike St. in Dunstable, MA. However that will not be the case. It will now be held at the usual location, The Little Red Schoolhouse on Route 113 in Dunstable, MA. This is near the Dunstable/Tyngsborough town line. Come enjoy a wonderful breakfast made by the members of Troop …Read more
The Town Clerk’s office has regrettably made the decision to discontinue notary service. Our town insurance does not cover notary service and the changes the courts have made to our personal liability is extensive. We can only charge $1.00 per signature per Massachusetts General Laws and cannot justify the cost to purchase the additional insurance. We’re sorry for any inconvenience.
Governor Baker has signed Chapter 5 of the Acts of 2021 which extends temporary changes …Read more
BILLERICA, Mass. – Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian has announced the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office opened registration for its 2021 correction officer class on Monday, April 19.
“The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is a recognized national leader in the field of corrections,” said Sheriff Koutoujian. “We are looking for candidates who share our team’s commitment to service, professional excellence, enhancing public safety and reducing recidivism. If you share these values and goals and want to make a difference in the …Read more
Some good news for a change.
On Saturday, April 24 at 9 am, we will hold our Annual Inside/Outside Clean-up at the Little Red Schoolhouse, (on Route 113). If you’d like to help, please contact Sue Psaledakis at 978 649-6005 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Troop 28 Scouts will be there with their great enthusiasm and hard work.
Then, Sunday, May 2 at dawn we will welcome back the members of the “New Hampshire Power of …Read more
With the current Covid-19 situation, we are all feeling worried about our potential health issues. There are several legal documents necessary to protect your health and wellbeing.
The first is the Health Care Proxy. This is a document that appoints an Agent to make medical decisions for you if you cannot do so yourself. You can name a primary Agent and an Alternate Agent. The power of your Agent comes into effect …Read more
MEDFORD, Mass. – Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian is reminding residents to be alert for scams and fraud targeting people across the country, including newly emerging scams related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Over the past several weeks, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Inspector General have all issued warnings regarding COVID-related scams.
According to the FBI, they have seen …Read more
As a parent of a child with a disability you may be anxious when thinking about your passing. It requires careful thought and planning. The choices available may impact not only your child with a disability but your other children and grandchildren. The needs of the child with a disability must be considered but the needs and desires of the other family members cannot be overlooked.
You will want to consider the government …Read more
DECC is a welcoming church at the heart of the Dunstable community. “We gather to glorify God, to Grow in Christ and to live the gospel in the world.”
We are grateful to be able to join in worship and learning with technology and well-spaced seating in our building, and we welcome all who wish to participate. If you would like to join …Read more
You and your spouse probably have made many plans over the years: vacations, big purchases, investments, retirement. But have you planned for getting old? This really is something that needs to be thought out. Where are you going to live in the future, especially if you cannot manage stairs and steps? How are you going to pay for help if you need it? What kind of help might you need and how would you …Read more
By Edward H. Adamsky
The Massachusetts courts have a procedure to deal with people with mental health issues for whom the medical professionals would like to prescribe anti-psychotic medications. Based on the 1983 case of Rogers v. Commissioner of Department of Mental Health, the system provides for a Guardianship proceeding. The Court may appoint a person with authority to consent to extraordinary medical procedures such as anti-psychotic medications to treat the mental health …Read more
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)recently issued guidelines which label high, low and moderate-risk activities for families and kids who will be seeking candy door-to-door or headed to pumpkin patches and orchards. Social distancing while trick-or-treating and avoiding packed holiday parties are among the recommendations from local health agencies nationwide.
A child’s ability to breathe under both a Halloween mask and a cloth mask are among the concerns addressed within the typical fall …Read more
Gift Cards Totaling $50 Can Motivate Smokers and Vapers to Quit
Smoking and vaping may put people at higher risk of complications from COVID-19, especially because they can weaken the immune system and damage the lungs. So, this is an especially good time for those who smoke or vape to try to quit.
In addition, as a result of a new law, menthol tobacco products have been removed from regular stores in Massachusetts. With menthol …Read more
Remember that your Will or Trust only controls assets that are not controlled in some other way. Many of your assets pass by Beneficiary Designation rather than through the terms or your Will or Trust. The common ones are Life Insurance and Retirement Accounts. You can also name beneficiaries on bank accounts with the ITF designation (a misnomer as it stands for “In Trust For,” but is really just a beneficiary designation) and you can …Read more
As our daily operations drastically change, we continue to work hard to support those in our community most in need. It couldn’t be done without the help and continued support from all of our donors. Thank you for your generous monetary donations and donations of new goods to support our emergency relief and Mother’s Day Projects.
WISH LIST Dish Soap, Hand Soap, Face Masks, Baby Wipes, 4T/5T Pull ups, Size 5 & 6 Diapers, Market …Read more
Dunstable Council on Aging Barbara Martin chairman, Mary Dow secretary
Donald Pottle, Vincent Hollins, James McManus
Assistant to the Elderly Anne Fenochetti 978-649-4514 # 223
Program coordinator. Susan Tully 978-649-6750 email@example.com
Dunstable Seniors ……we are a peer group for those over 60.
The Mission of the Dunstable Council on Aging is to serve as a supportive family resource as emerging needs of Dunstable residents become more complex; and to advocate for and provide, in a …Read more
Shepherd of the Valley Lutheran will be meeting remotely until it is deemed safe to meet at our building space, 21 Washington Street in Ayer, Ma. Please come and join in our online service. If you visit our FB page and website you will be able to see how you can join in on our service. We hope to ‘see’ you there! Pastor Rev. Susan Gaeta, www.sov-lc.org (978) 540-0768…Read more
In response to the Governor’s guidance, Nashoba Nursing is cancelling all Well Adult clinics until further notice.
To the residents of the towns of Ashburnham, Ashby, Ayer, Berlin, Bolton, Boxborough, Dunstable, Groton, Harvard, Lancaster, Littleton, Lunenburg, Pepperell, Shirley, Stow and Townsend – all Well Adult clinics are cancelled until the end of April. The updated schedules will be listed at www.nashoba.org. If you need to get in touch 978-772-3335 ext. 340.…Read more