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Susan E. Falzoi of Shrewsbury named as an Unsung Heroine

July 20th, 2017

Shrewsbury – Susan E. Falzoi of Shrewsbury was honored as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2017 class of Unsung Heroines. State Representative Hannah Kane (R-Shrewsbury) recommended Falzoi for this recognition because of her significant and meaningful contributions to Shrewsbury. She was honored with the other Unsung Heroines for her […]

Northborough Senior Center director shares success with Board of Selectmen

July 19th, 2017

Northborough – Kelly Burke, director of the Northborough Senior Center, appeared before the Board of Selectmen at its July 17 meeting. She brought with her the Innovator of the Year Award that Northborough received, along with Hudson and Marlborough, for their joint efforts on behalf of COME 2 B Dementia Friendly from the Massachusetts Association of Councils on Aging at their annual meeting in June.

Northborough fire chief introduces newest firefighter/paramedic to selectmen

July 19th, 2017

Northborough – Northborough Fire Chief David Parenti introduced his newest hire, Joel Rosenkrantz, to the Board of Selectmen at its July 17 meeting. Rosenkrantz is replacing a firefighter/paramedic who had previously retired.

Help for grandparents raising grandchildren

July 19th, 2017

Marlborough – More than 250 people recently attended the Sixth Annual Conference for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren held recently at the Best Western Royal Plaza hotel.  Sponsored by the Massachusetts Commission on the status Of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, the conference was a way to foster education, networking, research programs and support to grandparents and relatives who assume this responsibility.

Ewing and Pacific join Get in Shape for Women

July 19th, 2017

Region – The Northborough and Westborough franchises of Get in Shape for Women have announced that personal trainers Kevin Ewing and Kaylyn Pacific have joined their staffs. Ewing has been a personal trainer for 20 years. Pacific also has a bachelor of science degree in food and nutrition. The Northborough studio is located at 318 […]

Business Feature – Central One Federal Credit Union

July 19th, 2017

Central One Federal Credit Union’s 33,000 members understand the benefits that a credit union offers versus a bank—better interest rates and fewer fees.

Like all not-for-profit credit unions, Central One can offer advantages to their members.

Northborough family delivers joy to sick children at UMass hospital

July 19th, 2017

Northborough – It was Christmas in July for the patients of the UMass Memorial Children’s Medical Center in Worcester. On July 11, the Campero family from Northborough delivered more than 100 toys and games to the patients there.

Christian Campero, 9, was a patient of the center when he was diagnosed with leukemia more than five years ago. He underwent three and a half years of chemotherapy and in August he will have been in remission for five years. Christian, along with his parents Tricia and Cesar, and brother Alex, 8, wanted to help other sick children and give back to the place that took such good care of him. The boys are students at the Fannie E. Proctor Elementary School in Northborough.

Fundraiser to benefit pediatric cancer patient

July 19th, 2017

Region – A fundraiser will be held on Monday, July 24 at the Crystal Room, 49 Cedar St., Milford, to benefit Leah Davis. At only 5 years old, Leah, a resident of Hopkinton and a student at Miss Tanya’s Woodland School in Westborough, is battling a second round of medulloblastoma (pediatric brain cancer). The fundraiser, […]

Grafton woman cited in Westborough bike accident

July 18th, 2017

Westborough – Police Chief Alan Gordon released this statement this morning: The accident from July 5th involving a bicyclist on W. Main St. has been completed. The operator of the vehicle, Anwesa Sengupta, age 46 of 38 Aspen Ave. S. Grafton, has been issued a citation for negligent operation of a motor vehicle and failure […]

Washington St. Bridge to be renamed in memory of Kenneth Thibault

July 17th, 2017

Hudson – The Hudson Board of Selectmen unanimously voted July 10 to endorse the renaming of the Washington St. Bridge in memory of Kenneth Thibault, a Hudson resident who died while fighting for the United States in the Vietnam War almost 50 years ago.

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