"Yes, we acquired South Street Auto in October," said Molly Brodeur, chief operating officer and daughter of owner Al Brodeur. The new location is right around the corner from the other shop. "Al Brodeur's Auto Body on Mill Street Central is our main collision shop, and South Street is our auto detail shop and towing operation." The company has been in business for 43 years.
“I install seamless gutters, and offer the option of gutter guards,” said Michael Simone, owner of The Gutterman in Northborough. “Since I can give a decent price when homeowners install both gutters and guards at one time, I focus on that. The gutter guard stamps on top of the gutter to make a one-piece, enclosed system. It’s wicked solid.
Northborough ?Julie Booras, the owner of Northborough-based business Heart and Stone Jewelry, would like to help support those who were affected by the recent...
Marlborough – Thanks to the generosity of some Marlborough Savings Bank (MSB) employees, the residents at Bolton Manor Nursing Home and Rehabilitation Center in Marlborough had gifts to unwrap this holiday season.
The Classifieds for the April 6 edition are here.
Southborough - Fay School Farmers Market will be held Saturdays, Sept. 9 to Oct. 28, 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on the campus of Fay School, 23 Middle Road, Southborough. The market is open to all and will feature local produce, prepared food, and handmade goods from local vendors and Fay School faculty and staff.
Rhythm Dance Company holds recital June 1 Worcester – Saturday, June 1, Rhythm Dance Company (RDC) will hold its dance recital at 11 a.m., 2...
Marlborough-A temporary cessation of new proposals for housing developments in the city for a six-month period was approved by the City Council at its Jan. 9 meeting.
(l to r) - Neil Gordon, CEO of The Discovery Museums; Liz Dorsey, grants manager of The Discovery Museums; and Keith Dwinells, Hudson branch...
Region – When you walk into Watermark Antiques & Gold, in West Boylston, you never know what you’ll find – a giant leather giraffe, an antique slot machine, or an oil can from the 1940s. Whatever you find, you can be sure that it’s authentic, unique and fairly priced. Owner Mark Alzapiedi has more than 30 years of experience in buying, selling and appraising antiques, jewelry, watches, and gold and silver coins. He opened Watermark Antiques 15 years ago after deciding to go into the business full-time. Before that, he was an engineer in the high-tech industry, while antiquing on the weekends.