Guides

  • Ayer

    Ayer is a thriving town in the historic Nashoba Valley of Massachusetts. It is located 35 miles northwest of Boston, and within easy access of Interstate 495 and State Route…

  • Bolton

    Bolton is a residential and agricultural community on the east slope of the Nashua River Valley on an historic east-west corridor.  With many hills but few streams for power, it…

  • Boxborough

    The Boxborough Board of Selectmen welcomes you to the Town of Boxborough, Massachusetts, a small, thriving community located at the crossroads of Interstate 495 and Route 111. Its excellent school…

  • Clinton

    Originally Clinton began as the Mill District of Lancaster. In 1828 the Bigelow brothers, Erastus and Horatio started an industrial revolution that left a lasting mark on the many aspects…

  • Fitchburg

    Fitchburg became a city in 1872. The major commercial area in the downtown flourished, and the primary institutions such as the courthouse, hospital, library, opera house and municipal buildings were…

  • Harvard

    Harvard is a well preserved rural community with an interesting history extending back to 1732 when the town was incorporated. It has an open town meeting form of government and…

  • Hudson

    First, there is only the land. Over thousands of years, glaciers shape the land. A landscape of elongated hills called drumlins, sand-filled valleys and rich wetlands cradling water is carved.…

  • Lancaster

    Lancaster was incorporated in 1653, making it the oldest town in Worcester County.  Today, Lancaster retains a sense of history with old houses scattered throughout the community and a church…

  • Leominster

    Leominster is a city in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. It is the second-largest city in Worcester County, with a population of 40,759 at the 2010 census. Leominster is located…

  • Lunenberg

    Lunenburg, incorporated in 1728, is governed by the open town meeting form of government. Occupying a land area of approximately 26.4 square miles, the Town is located in north central Massachusetts…

  • Shirley

    Located in Middlesex County about 50 miles north of Boston and only a town or two from the New Hampshire border, Shirley is governed by Open Town Meeting and a…

  • Sterling

    The Town of Sterling Massachusetts was founded in 1781 and is located in the Worcester County area and is set at the foothills of Mount Wachusett. Sterling was named for…

  • Stow

    The Town of Stow is situated midway between Boston and Worcester and is a small residential community with rural aspects. The town boasts several apple orchards which are a beautiful…