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Webster Five names Nicholas Lynch mortgage loan originatorWebster Five names Nicholas Lynch mortgage loan originator

October 28th, 2015

Region – Webster Five Cents Savings Bank announces an addition to the Retail Lending Department and has named Nicholas Lynch a mortgage loan originator. Lynch brings 10 years of experience working with customers in multiple communities in and around Worcester County within the financial services industry. Having worked in all areas of consumer banking, he […]

Raffle to support Marlborough Hospital Auxiliary

October 28th, 2015

Marlborough – The Marlborough Hospital Auxiliary is selling raffle tickets for a Thanksgiving basket in the hospital gift shop, 157 Union St. The basket is worth in excess of $225 and contains gift cards, wine, scratch tickets, hand-painted wine glasses, hand towels, napkins, candies, pumpkin bread mix and more. The drawing will be held Friday, Nov. 20, in […]

City Council adopts Complete Streets Policy

October 28th, 2015

Marlborough – Marlborough is now among the many cities and towns in the commonwealth to adopt a Complete Streets Policy, designed to promote safety, health, economic viability and quality of life. The program, extended to all users of city streets and trails, including pedestrians, bicyclists, motorists, commercial vehicles, emergency vehicles and for people of all ages, abilities and income levels, was approved by the City Council at the Oct. 19 meeting.

Southborough artist showcases paintings at the Wayside Inn

October 28th, 2015

By Janice Elizabeth Berte, Contributing Writer Southborough – Southborough resident Dustin Neece has been painting since he could hold a paint brush in his hand. He first began painting after his grandfather passed away leaving him gifts of brushes, a canvas, some paints and an easel. “When I picked up those gifts and began my first […]

Frightfully fun haunted house benefits Center Stage

October 28th, 2015

Westborough – Students of the Center Stage Theater Company transformed the Westborough High School (WHS) auditorium into an abandoned haunted house Oct. 16. Throughout the evening, a group of creepy characters eerily emerged from dark crevices when guests arrived and donated a $5 admission. Proceeds from the first-time fundraiser will go toward future production costs. The theater company produces three mainstage shows each school year, as well as a series of smaller events.

Liquor store seeks approval for Shrewsbury site

October 28th, 2015

Shrewsbury – A four-person team from Total Wine and More, Inc., appeared before the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen Oct. 27 to seek the board’s approval for a new store that would be located at 77 Turnpike, the site of the former Petco.

Patrice M. Kline, 64, of Ashland

October 28th, 2015

Ashland – Patrice M. (Ryan) Kline, 64, died Saturday, Oct. 24, 2015 after being stricken ill a few days earlier.  She was born in Framingham, the daughter of the late John and Barbara (Thayer) Ryan, and lived in the MetroWest area all of her life. Mrs. Kline worked for the Town of Southborough in the […]

Man charged with possession of drugs and firearms at Northborough motel

October 27th, 2015

Northborough – The Northborough Police Department released this statement this morning: On 10/26/15, Northborough Police Department along with members of Worcester County Drug Task Force, the Central Massachusetts Law Enforcement Council (CMLEC) and the Massachusetts State Police Gang Unit, served a search warrant at a motel room located at the Motel 6 on Route 9. […]

Family Business helps clients with financial planning, investing

October 27th, 2015

Worcester—“I like to call our financial business problem solving. We help people make decisions that will serve them well in bad times as well as good times,” said Rosemarie Boyd, founder and president of Boyd Financial Strategies and its principal financial planner.

Westborough police to give out glow sticks for Halloween

October 27th, 2015

Westborough – Local families are invited to stop by the Westborough Police Department, 45 West Main St. and pick up a free glow stick to be used for trick or treating this year. Parents are encouraged to have their children come with them so that they may have the opportunity to meet a police officer. […]

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