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Classified ads, March 18 edition

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Here are the classified ads for the March 18 edition:

McCarthy's Landscaping From walls to mulch, West Boylston firm fills landscaping needs

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West Boylston - After this long, hard winter, your landscaping may need some tender loving care. McCarthy's Landscaping, a full-service firm that's been in business...

Schneider joins Tri-County Medical’s Hopkinton Internal Medicine and Pediatrics

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Hopkinton - Philip J. Ciaramicoli, Jr., president of Tri-County Medical Associates, has announced that Brian Schneider, MD has joined Tri-County Medical’s Hopkinton Internal Medicine...

Sign up for NuRide and get rewards for green trips

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Worcester - The Worcester Regional Transit Authority (WRTA) now offers NuRide to the public with incentives for making the commitment to take green...

SELCO recognized as a Smart Energy Provider

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Shrewsbury -  Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations (SELCO) has earned a Smart Energy Provider (SEP) designation from the American Public Power Association for demonstrating...

Classifieds, Nov. 11 edition

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The Classifieds for the Nov. 4 edition are here.

Viewpoint – All economies are local

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Massachusetts communities can no longer rely on state or federal aid to fill their budget gaps. Therefore, each municipality must take responsibility for its own economic fate. Towns and cities are failing to take advantage of economic development opportunities and tax revenues. They do not understand how to create the optimum number of local jobs, nor understand municipal metrics that determine their economic well-being. They lack knowledge about their industry clusters, especially about which are thriving or struggling. They do not know the decision makers at those enterprises who pay business taxes and create jobs.

Thursday Fun Runs at Sneakerama

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Worcester - Join Steve Genatossio and the staff from Sneakerama every Thursday evening at 6:30 p.m. for their “Thursday Fun Runs.” The run will...

Porro's Custom Interiors: Worcester decorating firm moves to new location

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Worcester??"Porro's Custom Interiors has moved to a new location, 305 Shrewsbury St., giving the longtime interior design firm more retail display space. This location also expands the workroom space where custom designs are fabricated on the premises, something that sets Porro's apart from other interior designers.

Penta shares tips on branding strategies with chamber workshop attendees

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By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Westborough – As the founder and CEO of her strategic integrated marketing company, PENTA Communications, Inc., Deborah Penta has had great...

Classifieds, June 1 edition

The Classifieds for the June 1 edition are here.

Avidia Bank donates to One Fund Boston

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Region - The staff of Avidia Bank Leominster office recently designed and sold Boston Strong T-Shirts to support One Fund Boston, the official fund...

Shrewsbury Crossings announces American flag fundraiser

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Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Crossings, 311 Main St. will be holding an American flag fundraiser every Saturday in May and June up until Flag Day, Saturday, June 14, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Law Office of Carolyn R. Spring: Helping clients deal with estate planning and elder...

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Westborough??""It's never too early. It's only too late." That's how attorney Carolyn Spring emphasizes the need to have basic estate plans in place before they are necessary.

Mirick O’Connell ranked among U.S. News’ 2021 best law firms

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Region - Mirick O'Connell has been regionally ranked in 14 practice areas by U.S. News – Best Lawyers for the 11th edition of “Best...

The Vin Bin names Aykanian as general manager

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Marlborough - Aaron S. Aykanian was recently named as general manager of The Vin Bin. He will be responsible for the day-to-day operations of...

Summer Guide, 2012 edition

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The 2012 Summer Guide is here.

Classifieds for December 14

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Get in Shape for Women helps sponsor Turkey Trot

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Westborough – (l to r) Stephanie McClung, Shannon Seile, Beverly Gedutis and Pam Corcoran from Westborough’s Get In Shape for Women, pose for...