Athol is a town located in Worcester County, Massachusetts. It was first settled in 1735 and was officially incorporated in 1762.

The town lies between the picturesque Tully Mountains to the North and the Quabbin Reservoir to the South. Settled on the banks of the Millers River as a typical New England mill town, Athol has been a strong metalwork manufacturing hub since the turn of the century.

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AOTV Channel 13
A community cable television station serving the Athol - Orange, Massachusetts area.
Athol Bird and Nature Club
Events, bird count results, trip reports, and Millers River Environmental Center.
Athol Daily News
Includes local news, obituaries, classifieds, and movie times.
Athol Memorial Hospital
Provides information on services, events, and physicians.
Athol, MA
Provides interesting information about the town, community profile and local links.
Athol-Royalston Regional School District
Provides district information on the school committee, lunch program and strategic planning. Includes calendar of events and sports schedule.
Commonwealth Communities - Athol Massachusetts
Information about Athol from state agencies.
Millers River Environmental Center
An organization working to protect the natural resources of the Miller River Basin and Quabbin region. Includes a calendar of events and links to related wildlife organizations.
Mount Grace Land Conservation Trust
Protects significant natural, agricultural, and scenic areas and encourages land stewardship in North Central and Western part of state.
Temple Israel
Includes history of the Jewish community and the Temple, newsletter, events and photo album.
The Weather Channel
Providing current conditions, Doppler radar, regional satellite images and a 7 day forecast.
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