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Marlborough – She can be found impeccably dressed by 7 a.m. seven days a week, preparing to pick up bread, muffins and other food assortments from local Marlborough merchants. Once she has packed her car, she drops off donations to Roland’s House – Marlborough-Hudson Homeless Shelter; the Marlborough Community Cupboard – Food Pantry; three senior living communities; and the Senior Center. Rain, ice or snow will not deter her efforts to ensure her Marlborough neighbors do not go hungry.
Shrewsbury – Jennifer Crosier of Shrewsbury was recently congratulated by Margaret Manchester, Ph.D., assistant professor of history and chair of the Department of History at Providence College, for meeting the criteria to become a lifetime member of the Providence College Alpha-Epsilon-Xi Chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society. Crosier, a senior at Providence [...]
Hudson - In early January, the Worcester County Superintendents’ Association will host their Annual Scholars’ Luncheon at Clark University to honor the area’s best and brightest high school students. This year, the Assabet Valley Regional Technical High student recipient will be Ashley Peck who has been number one in her class all four years at [...]
Westborough – This year, The Westborough Community Chorus has awarded music scholarships to 12 local middle and high school students at the annual Winter Show. The recipients were: Nicole Bates, grade 7, voice; Rachel Kaufman, grade 8, flute; Chloe Reske, grade 12, voice; Lucy Ran Song, grade 12, flute; Scott McCullough, grade 9, piano; John [...]
Berlin – Joseph A. Bari, 65, of Berlin, a former longtime resident of Hudson, died at his home, surrounded by his loving family and friends, Sunday, Dec. 30, 2012. He leaves his loving companion and longtime friend, Debra Healy of Berlin. Joseph was born in Cambridge, son of the late Fluvio J. and Nicolena (Antonelli) [...]
Northborough – Merle “Ray” Braman, 88, died Tuesday, Jan. 1, 2013 at home. Ray was predeceased by his wife of 67 years, Evelyn “Kay” (Evans) Braman, who died in 2011. He leaves behind his two daughters, Dawn Rand and her husband Dick of Northborough and Darlene Becker of Boylston, and two grandsons, Brett Rand and [...]
Shrewsbury – Lucille (Ballou) Flanders, 74, died Saturday, Dec. 29, 2012 at St. Vincent Hospital in Worcester. She leaves her daughter, Cindy Flanders of Worcester; her son, Dale Flanders; one grandson, Adam Flanders-Thomas; one great-granddaughter; two sisters, Joann McPherson of Worcester and Shirley Coffee of KY; one brother, Ricky Ballou of KY; and many nieces [...]
Westborough – Westborough officials issued this statement this morning: The 3rd quarter real estate bills have been sent and are due FEBRUARY 1, 2013. Some bills show a May 1 due date which is incorrect. New bills are being issued by the printing company and will say “CORRECTED DUE DATE”.
Marlborough –The nonprofit Sweats for Vets recently announced that it exceeded its goal of obtaining Boston-based sports team sweatshirts. Not only did every homeless veteran affiliated with Vets Inc. of Shrewsbury get a sweatshirt – a total of 260 – but an additional 240 sweatshirts were donated to the VA hospital in Bedford. Mark Vital [...]
Elaine Quigley, Realtor, CBR, CRS, GRI, Prudential Prime Properties
The holiday season can be an incredibly busy time of year. Families are traveling across town, state, and country to visit loved ones. Children are home from school, bringing with them vacation schedules. This can be a difficult time for many sellers. They must find a balance between family time, showings, and open houses. If you are finding this holiday season particularly problematic, then keep reading.