Local Summer Concerts: GEORGETOWN

Wednesday, July 17 - 6:30 PM Georgetown Peabody Library, 2 Maple Street, Georgetown, MA Joe Leary’s solo acoustic guitar and vocal performances of the music from some of the well-known singer-songwriters of the 60’s & 70’s, including James Taylor, Bob Dylan, Jim...

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Providence Employee No Longer Works for Georgetown

GEORGETOWN – The head-scratching move to share a part-time human resources officer who works with the city of Providence, RI, is over – at least for now. Paul Winspeare, the Rhode Island human resources officer, was working for the town of Georgetown about 10 hours a...

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Conservation Agent’s Salary Lowered ˗ Again

GEORGETOWN – The town’s Conservation Agent, which reports to the Conservation Commission, is being paid even less than she thought. Michele Grenier’s contracted salary when she started with this town is now $49,000 instead of $65,000. For weeks, Grenier, an...

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Summer Concert Series on the Georgetown Library Lawn

Wednesday, July 10 at 6:30PM Georgetown Peabody Library 2 Maple Street, Georgetown, MA Bring your lawn chair or blanket and get ready to rock out with Frankie Boy & The Blues Express as the Georgetown Peabody Library kicks off our Annual Summer Concert Series on...

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NEW DATE! Vehicle Day at the Georgetown Library

Thurs June 27 - 10AM to 12PM Georgetown Peabody Library 2 Maple Street, Georgetown, Mass. Come and explore the town vehicles on the lawn. There will be police cars, fire trucks, bucket trucks and much more! Maple Street will be closed. We recommend parking at the...

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Georgetown Admin Facing Renewed Questions

By Stewart Lytle, Reporter GEORGETOWN – The Conservation Agent, which reports to the town’s Conservation Commission, is embroiled in a new controversy. A year and a half ago, Steve Przyjemski was the first conservation agent to resign after 17 years working for the...

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Georgetown Starts Cutting the Town Budget

GEORGETOWN – The schools, police and fire departments may have to take a sizable financial hit next year to balance the town’s budget after the voters turned down a proposed $3 million property tax hike. The town has called a Special Town Meeting at 7 p.m., Monday,...

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