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A bridge too low
The height of the Providence and Worcester Railroad bridge - 12 feet, 9 inches - is posted on each side of the bridge and on both sides of the entrance to the street from Route 146.
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Tickets on sale for Blackstone Valley Fall Foliage Train Tour
Cue the Blackstone Valley Tourism Council's annual Fall Foliage Train Tour. The tour takes place Saturday, Oct. 25, following the Providence & Worcester Railroad through the Blackstone River Valley - but get your tickets now. Even if the foliage is a ...
Southbridge to complete Central Street repaving by Friday
Picture. John Alicea and Dave Martel of the Southbridge Department of Public Works remove railroad on Central Street Tuesday.
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Fall Calendar
The 90-minute train ride on the Providence & Worcester Railroad includes cookies, hot chocolate and photo ops with Santa.
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Arts calendar for the week of Sept. 14
$21, $29. The Hoolios and Johnny and the East Coast Rockers, rock and rhythm and blues, Knickerbocker Cafe, 35 Railroad Ave.
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Providence and Worcester Railroad Company (NASDAQ:PWX) announced a quarterly dividend on Friday, August 1st, ARN reports.
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WEDNESDAY'S COMMUNITY CALENDAR
1-3 p.m. Sept 4 and 10; 9 a.m.-noon Sept. 12. Worcester Senior Center, 128 Providence St., Worcester. ... Train Program Storyteller Katie Green and Bob Reiser will present "Hear that Whistle Blow: America's Fabled Railroad Years in Story and Song," 1 p ...
Stroll down Memory Lane...
A team works in the South Monoosnock Quarry circa 1900. Photo courtesy of Hathaway Memorial Collection. No fewer than 12 hills punctuate the Leominster landscape.
Long-term lease sought for former Manchaug Library
Hebert noted his involvement with the $7 million road project on Route 146 as well as the upcoming potential bridge reconstruction for the Providence-Worcester railroad which will allow them to handle expanded freight traffic throughout the region ...
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Senior Notes - Hampshire Franklin counties and Metro East Plus, Sept. 3, 2014
All Out Adventures: Senior Cycling Program, Wednesdays through Oct. 22, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m., 8 Railroad St., Hadley, bikes and helmets provided, $5 a day or $15 monthly pass, pre-registration is required.