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(left to right) Joe Clayton from Atlas Distributing, Kevin Hickey and Tim Hickey Photo/Jerry Callaghan, Callaghan Photography

Hickeys Liquors hosts open house for customers

By Jerry Callaghan, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury – Just in time for the preparations for the holiday rush, on Nov. 10, Hickeys Liquors held an open...

Keamy Eye & Laser Centre

Aesthetic procedures and complete eye care at Westborough practice

Smart Start Driving School: Classroom and on-road driving training for teens and adults

"We offer the curriculum required by the Registry of Motor Vehicles??"30 hours of classroom instruction, 12 hours of behind-the-wheel driving, six hours of observation and a two-hour class for parents," said John Scricco, owner of the Shrewsbury driving school and an instructor.

Pro-Tech Pest Control: Professional service to treat all kinds of pest problems

"We'se in the pest control business, and we solve and prevent pest problems for businesses and homeowners. We deal with mice, ants, cockroaches, hornets and wasps; bedbugs are the new thing," said Brian White, owner of Pro-Tech Pest Control, who has been working in the industry for 28 years and started this business 24 years ago. The company serves customers in the Metrowest area and Worcester County."

Author of ‘Still Alice’ to appear at educational forum

Region - Lisa Genova, Ph.D., author of New York Times Bestselling book “Still Alice,” is appearing at Mechanics Hall at the Notre Dame Health Care Annual Educational Forum Thursday, June 9, at 4:30 p.m. “Still Alice” is the fictional account of Dr. Alice Howland’s experience with Alzheimer’s disease and was the basis for the Oscar award-winning film.

Charter’s public access stations are changing

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Region – Charter Communications has announced that it has made recent changes to its services that will affect its customers...
Frederick M. Misilo Jr. Photo/submitted

Fletcher Tilton director elected as chair of Fallon Health Board of Directors

Region - The law firm of Fletcher Tilton PC announced that Fallon Health’s Board of Directors has elected attorney Frederick M. Misilo Jr. to...

Body and Health – a special supplement of the Community Advocate

If you are having trouble keeping to your New Year's resolutions to get fit and healthy, be sure to check out our new Body...

Spag’s Antique Alley open for business; seeks vendors

Shrewsbury - Spag’s Antique Alley is still open for business at its 193 Boston Turnpike location (the former Spag’s building on Route 9). Owner Doug Thomson buys and sells antiques, home furnishings and oriental rugs. Deco to dynasty, rock and roll and space. Thomson is looking for vendors to join him throughout the summer. 40 x 40 booths are available for $12.50 per day, for a limited time.

With Kasasa, Marlborough Savings Bank offers innovative checking account

Marlborough – Ever since its inception 154 years ago, Marlborough Savings Bank (MSB) has prided itself on superior personalized customer service as well as a variety of quality services and products. Recently the bank announced that it is now offering an innovative new type of free checking account, Kasasa, that offers consumers significant rewards and nationwide ATM refunds as well as the personal service that they have come to expect from MSB.