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Monday, February 18, 2019

Grill on the Hill: Relaxing setting and lovely views set Worcester restaurant apart

Worcester - Wonderful views of a lake and rolling hills, the hilltop breeze, and outdoor dining on the deck make dinner at Grill on the Hill almost a mini-vacation. And you can add in live music as you watch the sun set.

Craftworks owner seeks information on theft

Northborough – Ande Lockwood, the owner of Craftworks, 243 West Main St., is asking the public’s help as she seeks information on the theft...

Business Briefs, June 1 edition

Annual plant sale at Scentsibilities Boylston - Scentsibilities, an herb and aromatherapy shop in Boylston, will be holding its 10th annual plant sale Saturday, June...

Business briefs, Dec. 30 edition

Pastry Sunday will be held Jan. 8 at Culinary Underground Yearning to bake with yeast? Join Chef Liz Sunday, Jan. 8, from 10 a.m. to...

Classified ads, May 20 edition

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Classified ads, May 13 edition

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AFC Urgent Care to hold blood drive

Marlborough - AFC Urgent Care (formerly Doctor’s Express Marlborough) at 38 Boston Post Rd West (Rt. 20) will be partnering with the American Red Cross to host a blood drive at its Marlborough location from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, May 25.
(l to r) Cornerstone Bank’s EVP, Chief Administrative Officer and Chair of the Charitable Donations Committee Susan A. Gunnell; Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass./Metrowest, Inc.’s CEO Jeffrey Chin; Southern Worcester County’s Program Specialist Calleigh Leach; and Cornerstone Bank’s President and Treasurer Todd M. Tallman Photo/submitted

Cornerstone Bank donates to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass./Metrowest

Region - Cornerstone Bank recently announced its recent donation of $5,000 to Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass./Metrowest, Inc. in support of the...

Heald & Chiampa Funeral Directors hope to win small business grant

Shrewsbury – Whether expected or not, there is no event more emotional than a death in the family. For the last three years, Heald & Chiampa Funeral Directors have taken pride in offering personal and professional services to grieving families that have reframed the approach to focusing on not just the passing but also a way to celebrate a life lived. In an effort to evolve and grow their business, Heald & Chiampa has entered a vote-in contest for a $25,000 small business grant. The FedEx Small Business Grant Contest was launched in 2012, according to its website, as a way to "help small business owners achieve their dreams." To enter, companies from across the nation answered the question, "If you were given $25,000 to spend on your business, what would you do with it?"