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Historic mill is cutting edge

Adding solar and geothermal to river power, nonprofit turns Whitinsville complex to new uses

The renovated Old Brick MIll and Forge in Whitinsville will house residences, program space, a restaurant, and a museum.
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By Thomas C. Palmer Jr.
Globe Staff / October 16, 2006

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The historic community of Whitinsville in the Blackstone Valley has been on the leading edge of American technology since 1727, when the Mumford River was harnessed for power before the Industrial Age. (Full article: 1027 words)

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