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SanDisk approved for tax financing program

June 5th, 2014


Marlborough – City Councilors unanimously approved a five-year tax concession through the Tax Increment Financing (TIF) program for the SanDisk Corporation at the council’s June 2 meeting. The California-based company designs, develops and manufactures flash memory storage solutions and software. It is planning to open a research and development facility in the Solomon Pond Office Park, located at 200 Donald J. Lynch Boulevard.

Tebo & Sons Landscaping & Pool Removal: Contractor removes all types of pools

June 5th, 2014

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“We remove Gunite pools, liner pools and above-ground pools. We also haul away spas and Jacuzzis,” said Herb Tebo, owner of Tebo & Sons, a pool removal company which works throughout the state. “When we haul away a pool, if there are other items that people no longer want, such as pool furniture, we take that as well. If the homeowner doesn’t want a fence anymore, we will remove that.”

Ocean State Job Lot makes another sizeable donation to Worcester County Food Bank

June 4th, 2014

Worcester County Food Bank executive director Jean McMurray stands with Bernie Costa of Ocean State Job Lot to accept the donation.

Shrewsbury – The Worcester County Food Bank (WCFB) received a 33,000-pound food drop off from Ocean State Job Lot (OSJL) and General Mills June 3.

The donation is a part of OSJL’s “Three Square Meals” program. According to company officials, the program provides food donations at important times throughout the year. As the program has grown, the company has become a leading food bank supporter throughout New England.

Here’s the play at the plate…

June 4th, 2014

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Region – John Henry, owner of the Red Sox and the Boston Globe, is safe…he recently sold the Worcester Telegram for a reported $18+ million. Those who are out however, are the 28 Telegram editorial employees who lost their jobs June 2.  Safe for now are the remaining 150+ staffers who still await their fate. [...]

PENTA celebrates grand opening of new building

June 4th, 2014

The PENTA Building

Westborough – Since it was built in 1790, the graceful Colonial building at 208 Turnpike Rd. (Route 9 East) has been a homestead and then a popular restaurant where scores of local families and businesses celebrated important events. The structure, which was formerly known as the 1790 House, has been vacant since the restaurant closed in 2012. Now it will serve as the headquarters for a different type of business – PENTA Communications, Inc.

Three Gorges III Restaurant: Westborough Chinese restaurant has new location, new menu

May 30th, 2014

The Three Gorges restaurant. Photo/David Bagdon

By Nancy Brumback, Contributing Writer Westborough – The Three Gorges Chinese restaurant has relocated from downtown Westborough to the Westborough Shopping Center, but that’s not the only change. At its Main Street location, Three Gorges focused on a take-out and delivery business, but it now offers a large dining area, and has added Thai dishes [...]

Westborough Youth & Family Services welcomes new Hot Summer Nights coordinator

May 30th, 2014

Lauren Cavicchi (Photo/submitted)

Westborough – Lauren Cavicchi has been hired as Westborough Youth & Family Services’ new Hot Summer Nights coordinator. She recently graduated with a Master’s degree in education from Merrimack College. She previously worked at Lawrence High School as an advisor and tutor and created new and innovative programs for the students. Also, Cavicchi has done [...]

Classifieds, May 23 edition

May 29th, 2014

Pets Gone Healthy: Marlborough store celebrates nine years of personal service

May 29th, 2014

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Marlborough—Sandie and Ken Wheeler believe that friendly and personal service and a warm relationship with their customers is as important as the natural pet products they sell in Pets Gone Healthy, their specialty store on the Marlborough-Northborough town line.

Author Bilotta to promote college planning guide at Tatnuck Bookseller

May 28th, 2014


Westborough – Author Mark Bilotta will be promoting his new book, “Paying for College: A 2015 Guide to Saving Time and Money” at Tatnuck Bookseller Sunday, June 1 from 1-3 p.m.

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