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Jordan Rich to speak at MRCC Distinguished Speaker's Breakfast Dec. 13

Marlborough - The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) will feature WBZ Radio Personality Jordan Rich at the Distinguished Speaker's Breakfast, to be held...

Gastonart & Frame: Frame shop to add art classes for children

Shrewsbury - Starting in January, Gastonart & Frame will be more than just a great place for custom framing. Gastonart will become a place for children to learn to create and to appreciate art.

Clean Energy companies report significant job growth

By Sue Wambolt, Contributing Writer Southborough - The 5th Annual Clean Energy Week showcased clean-energy companies throughout the commonwealth boasting impressive growth and a marked...

Business briefs, Dec. 2 edition

Marlborough Historical Society presents Festival of Trees/Christmas on the Farm The fourth annual Festival of Trees is being held Dec. 2 through 4 at Sts. Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church's Hellenic Hall, 9 Cashman St., in downtown Marlborough.

Classifieds, Dec. 2 edition

Classifieds for the Dec. 2 edition are here.

Culinary Underground: School for home cooks offers more classes in new space

"We'se been here just over a year in October," said Lori Leinbach, founder and director of Culinary Underground, of the cooking school's new space in the Brickyard Plaza on Route 9 westbound. "This location allows us to have slightly bigger classes. We keep our classes small, but we can get a dozen people in here for a hands-on class. We can do more birthday parties, more kids" camps during the summer. We'se doing corporate events such as team-building efforts.

Stephen Anthony's celebrates 25 years with a bang

Marlborough - Stephen Anthony's, the classic American restaurant on the Marlborough-Sudbury border, is celebrating 25 years in business with two major expansions - a spacious function hall and the Olde Colonial Market, featuring fresh and prepared foods.

495/MetroWest Compact presents findings of study

Region - In a Nov. 15 meeting held at Nevins Hall in Framingham, members of the 495/MetroWest Development Compact presented the findings of a regional study aimed at improving growth and development in communities within the Interstate 495 corridor. This meeting was a follow-up to a series of regional forums in which data from the public were collected, and compiled with existing information to create regional growth scenarios.

Business Briefs, Nov. 25 edition

Veron Co. is ready to turn your home into a "winter wonderland" The Veron Company is proud to announce the head elf Mark Campbell is...