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Thursday, March 21, 2019

‘Buzz Off’ to support pediatric cancer patients

By Bonnie Adams Government Reporter As the owner of the Little Gym of Westboro, Anthony Karpouzis's goal is to make kids happy and healthy....

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

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...

Marlborough Hospital unveils plans for expanded cancer care services

Marlborough Hospital has announced plans to design a Cancer Pavilion to provide expanded cancer care services for the communities it serves. In...

Marlborough Savings Bank receives thanks for support

This past winter, the Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest Youth Basketball Program was another great success thanks to the support of ...

Checkerboards Restaurant and Bar in Hudson celebrates 20 years

Twenty years ago, Chris Tsiros's first child was an infant, and he had just opened the Checkerboards restaurant.

Economic Development Committee discusses site selection strategies in Westborough

As the country slowly moves out of a recession, Westborough officials want to make sure they are primed for and receptive to as many potential employers as possible. At the Economic Development Committee (EDC) meeting held April 6, consultants from three organizations met with EDC members to discuss different strategies that could help to attract businesses to the town.

Keeping feet functioning well at all ages

By Nancy Brumback Contributing Writer Worcester - How do you know if your feet need a podiatrist? Dr. Neil Feldman, a podiatrist and owner of Central...

Maloney, Sherr raise money for charity

Westborough - (l to r) Ryan Maloney, the owner of Julio's Liquor Store in Westborough, and Westborough resident Ed Sherr celebrate a...

Fidelity departure forces Marlborough to re-evaluate

While Fidelity may be the latest business to pack its bags and take 1,100 jobs to Rhode Island and New Hampshire, the city, including Mayor Nancy E. Stevens, sees this as an opportunity to reinvent itself.

Hudson selectmen approve license for Bikeworx

At its March 28 meeting, the Board of Selectmen discussed an application for a Class I License for Galen Miller of M-Squared Motorsports, LLC, doing business as Bikeworx. Miller was applying for the license, which would allow him to buy and sell motorcycles, scooters, ATVs and other motorized recreational vehicles at 1 Kane Industrial Dr.