Laggis Menswear Closes After 102 Years
This month's 20 Minutes show features Barry Schwarzel's story about the closing of Ayer's downtown menswear store after three generations of management by the Laggis family. Click here.
Ayer's Birthday Man
Ernie Guertin wants people to enjoy their birthdays. See the interview with Ernie on this month's edition of 20 Minutes. Click here.
Third District Dems Make Pitch at NVCoC
Click the above image to see the latest video from on the Democratic primary candidates for the Third Congressional District. The session was staged in May by the Nashoba Valley Chamber of Commerce,
Jane Morriss Stops by the Ayer Library
In the second edition of Jane’s Ayer, host Jane Morriss visits with The Ayer Library's Acting Director Samantha Benoit. They discuss the town’s archives, the early days of Ayer, and the early establishment of the Library.
The archives include an extensive collection of local military history. This latest segment of Jane’s Ayer will be of interest to anyone who wants to know about Ayer, the library in Ayer, and the history of the people who helped shape the Ayer community. Click here to view.
Ayer's Annual Cleanup Weekend is a Success
The 10th annual town-wide cleanup weekend took place the last weekend in April. Organizer Laurie Sabol thanks everyone who participated. The number of participants was down a bit from last year, likely due to Sunday's miserable weather. Laurie says, however, that "a few intrepid cleaner-uppers did show up on Sunday and they were very enthusiastic."
Click the image below to see the video.
Around Your Town
Another new show came to APAC in April.
Featuring a staff of volunteer reporters, videographers, and producers from Ayer, the show, 20 Minutes Around Your Town, will cover business, government, cultural, and community affairs from the perspective of residents of town.
Mimi Younkins and Mark Furman, co-owners of R. Murphy Knives on Groton Harvard Rd. were featured in the April episode of 20 Minutes, a new, maazine-style show about Ayer and surrounds.
Here is the web link:
To see a second story on R. Murphy Knives, click here:
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