We have a winner

 Our congratulations go to Mark Scheinfeldt on his election to the Holden Board of Selectmen. Scheinfeldt, completing the term of former selectman Kenneth O’Brien, will serve until the May 2017 town elections. “I am completely humbled by the voters’ decision to elect me to the Board of Selectmen.” Scheinfeldt told the Landmark.  “It is a […] Continue reading →

Here’s your chance to be in the 1%

 Holden’s annual town meeting will be held on Monday,  May 16 at 7  p.m. in the Wachusett Regional High School’s auditorium. We need a quorum of 1% of Holden registered voters in order to do business. The budget requests total 48 million dollars,  so come and make your voices heard.   We need your presence!  We need your vote!  […] Continue reading →

Worcester Area League of Women Voters forum on Citizens United

 The Worcester Area League of Women Voters and the American Promise, You Can Do It are sponsoring an event featuring constitutional lawyer Jeff Clements speak about the Supreme Court decision known as “Citizens United.” This decision unleashed power corporate and individual money into our political process unlike any other time in our country’s history. Jeff Clements is the […] Continue reading →

Update on proposed Muslim cemetery in Dudley

 The Town of Dudley has been asked by the Worcester Islamic Center for permission to purchase land and establish a cemetery in that town. The controversy has been covered extensively in the media recently. Asima Silva has been requested to bring a Muslim panel to the town of Dudley to make a presentation on the principles of […] Continue reading →

Mountview School opening soon

 The move to the new middle school is planned to commence April 8 and will continue through the school vacation week of April 18. During the student spring vacation week,  professional movers will remove all materials from the old Mountview Middle School building and transport them to the new school.  The moving will take about two or […] Continue reading →