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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.”

Families sought to share joys of summer with NYC youth

April 20th, 2016

A New York City boy juggles peaches at Tougas Family Farm in Northborough with new friends from his host family of Shrewsbury.


Region – A team of seven women representing the Fresh Air Fund (FAF) in central Massachusetts needs families from Hopkinton, Hudson, Marlborough, Northborough, Shrewsbury, Southborough and Westborough to host New York City youth for a week this summer. Organizing this region’s efforts are Julie North of Shrewsbury and Eileen Palmer of Northborough. Each has volunteered with the nonprofit organization for about 10 years.

Sperry’s opens sixth location in Sudbury

April 20th, 2016

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Region – Sperry’s Fine Wine and Brew has opened a new location at 435 Boston Post Road, next to TJ Maxx in the Sudbury Crossing shopping plaza. This is Sperry’s sixth location, with other outlets in Marlborough, Southborough, Wayland and Hudson. Owner Anthony Speranzella welcomes the public to stop by and say “hello” to Manager Kevin Gelsinon, former assistant manager of McKinnon’s Package store in Sudbury for many years.

On your mark…

April 17th, 2016

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Hopkinton – In less than 24 hours, all eyes will be on our neighboring town of Hopkinton as 30,000 runners , and many more spectators, converge on the town for the start of the 120th Boston Marathon. File photos/Jeff Slovin

Local towns respond to Upton blaze

April 14th, 2016

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Upton – One person has died after a fire broke out in Upton this afternoon in an apartment building at the corner of Centennial Court and Main Street (Route 140). Firefighting units helping to respond to the blaze included Westborough, Grafton, Hopkinton, Milford, and Hopedale. The fire started on the first floor and quickly spread. […]

A clean sweep

April 14th, 2016

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Region- Now that winter is finally over, groups in several of local towns are out and about picking up trash and sprucing up their communities.

Shrewsbury Girl and Boy Scouts, as well as other civic groups, spent a recent rainy Saturday working in and around town.

Briarwood exhibit showcases Worcester Plein Air Painters

April 14th, 2016

Region – The Gallery at Briarwood will host an exhibit by the Worcester Plein Air Painters beginning Sunday, May 15, with an opening reception from 2 to 4 p.m. at Briarwood, 65 Briarwood Circle, Worcester. The exhibit, the third in a series of six for 2016, will continue through Thursday, June 30, open Monday through […]

New upscale consignment shop opens in Sudbury

April 13th, 2016

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Region – Clinton resident Juleen Weber opened Delly’s Consignment Boutique in Sudbury Nov. 27. The upscale boutique features brand-name fashions for men, women and kids, to include clothing, shoes handbags, jewelry and accessories. Named for Weber’s son Ardell, 20, Delly’s
accepts only up-to-date styles in new or excellent condition – typically less than three years old.

Worcester first in commonwealth to achieve national public health accreditation

April 11th, 2016

Worcester Division of Public Health/Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance one of 117 accredited public health departments out of 5,000 nationwide Worcester – City Manager Edward M. Augustus Jr. recently announced that the Worcester Division of Public Health (WDPH)/Central Massachusetts Regional Public Health Alliance (CMRPHA) has become the first nationally-accredited public health division in the […]

Baypath seeks foster families willing to help give pets a second chance

April 7th, 2016

Sam Kreel and foster “Walshy”

Hopkinton – When a cat or dog is admitted to a shelter, he already has a lot going against him. The reason for him being surrendered could be for behavioral issues, the family may not be able to take care of him anymore, or he may be a stray. Entering a shelter where there are other cats and dogs also bewildered and stressed can make any animal even more distressed. Their chances of then presenting well and finding their forever home drop substantially.

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