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April 26th, 2016

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Area gymnasts to participate in regional competition

April 26th, 2016

Gymnasts Lizzie Meschisen, Madison Bromm, Sophia Harper and Mary Faletra will compete at the Xcel Regional Championships May 21-22.
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Region – Four area gymnasts from Gymnastics Learning Center (GLC) in Shrewsbury are heading to the Xcel Regional Championships the weekend of May 21-22 at Shrewsbury High School. They will be competing with other gymnasts from New England and New York.

New Westborough practice provides complete neurology coverage

April 26th, 2016

Dr. Jordan Eisenstock of Community Neuroscience Services
Photo/Nancy Brumback

“Community Neuroscience Services (CNS) opened October 1, about seven months ago,” said Dr. Jordan Eisenstock, who heads the neurology practice, which treats all types of neurological conditions. “Most of the people here are connected with other health care facilities as well, at UMass Medical Center and at area rehabilitation facilities and other hospitals.”

Taking a contemporary approach to community banking

April 26th, 2016

(l to r) Michael Allard, Katelin Cwieka and CarrieAnne Cormier of Avidia Bank
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Westborough—Avidia Bank prides itself on being a community bank—at the cutting edge of customer service and communication.

Despite its size, nine branches in the Metrowest area, Avidia was, for example, the first bank on the East Coast to offer Cardless Cash, permitting customers to access its ATMs with their smartphones.

Mark’s Moving & Storage donates to Project Graduation

April 26th, 2016

(l to r) Geoff Spofford, trustee, Project Graduation; Fay Stadig, president, board of trustees, Project Graduation; Brandon Kraemer, Mark’s Moving and Storage, Inc.; Maura Shunney, trustee, Project Graduation; and Craig Nichols, co-chair, Project Graduation.

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Westborough – For the past 26 years, the majority of Westborough High School’s graduating seniors have celebrated that momentous occasion with an all-night party held after the ceremony itself. Project Graduation, as the event is called, is organized by a group of dedicated parents, who just want to ensure that their teens are having fun but in a safe, temptation-free environment.

Mediation Advantage opens second office in Northborough

April 26th, 2016

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Northborough – Mediation Advantage & the Law Office of Polly Tatum has opened a second office in Northborough to provide area residents with access to high-quality divorce mediation services close to home. Together with the firm’s main office in Worcester, the new office will offer flexible mediation services across Worcester County and throughout Massachusetts.

Northborough Crossing to celebrate Mother’s Day with herbs

April 26th, 2016

Northborough – In celebration of Mother’s Day, Northborough Crossing, 9012 Shops Way, will be giving three complimentary locally grown potted herbs to each of those presenting receipts from the shopping center’s tenants totaling $100 or more in purchases Saturday, May 7 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation awards grant to Sudbury school

April 26th, 2016

(l to r)  Sarah Troiano, Nixon PTO president; Ellen Dorian, Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation secretary; Donna Driscoll, Marlborough Savings Bank branch manager; and Erica O’Brien, Nixon PTO grant writer 
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Marlborough – Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation awarded the Nixon Elementary School PTO in Sudbury a grant for cultural enrichment programs for their students. The Charitable Foundation recently presented the Nixon School PTO a $500 grant towards its Educational Enrichment Fund, which is responsible for facilitating school-wide and grade-specific programs that enhance and complement the classroom experience.

Avidia donates to the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center

April 20th, 2016

(l to r) Kristin Costello, Clinton branch manager of Avidia Bank; Antonia G. McGuire, president and CEO of the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center; Mark R. O’Connell, president and CEO of Avidia Bank
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Region – The Avidia Charitable Foundation recently donated $1,000 to the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center. This donation is to help purchase a new autoclave for the dental clinic in Clinton. Avidia Bank is a $1.2 billion mutual community bank, headquartered in Hudson, with branches in Hudson, Westborough, Clinton, Leominster, Marlborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury.

Boylston company rents full line of motor homes and trailers

April 20th, 2016

Sheri Fuller
Photo/Nancy Brumback

We started in 1984, so 32 years,” said Sheri Fuller, who owns the business with her husband, Bobby. Their son, Matt, and his wife, Kaitlyn, are also involved. “Our main business is renting, and then we sell off the rentals. Six months or 6,000 miles after we get them, they are for sale.”

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