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Sunday, October 13, 2019

Northborough lawyer named to The Best Lawyers in America®

Northborough - David F. Hassett of Northborough, managing partner of Hassett & Donnelly, P.C., was recently selected by his peers for inclusion in The...

Get in Shape for Women to hold open house

Northborough/ Westborough - Get in Shape for Women will be holding a spring open house at its Northborough and Westborough locations Saturday, April 12...

Classified ads, January 16 edition

Here are the classified ads for the January 16 edition: Open publication - Free publishing

Stop by Greendale Physical Therapy to pick up your game pieces

Shrewsbury - Greendale Physical Therapy is holding their grand re-opening of their Shrewsbury Clinic Saturday, March 23. Come in to learn more about physical...

Avidia donates to Assabet Robotics Team

Region – Avidia Bank recently donated $1,000 to the Robotics Team at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School. This donation will be used to...

Happy Feet Kids: Landmark children's shoe store closing

Westborough - After 25 years, Happy Feet Kids, the children's shoe store in Westmeadow Plaza, will be closing its doors, going out of business after one last chance for customers to buy great shoes.

New Life Health and Wellness to host ‘Change of Heart’ event

Marlborough – New Life Health and Wellness, 75 Felton St., Marlborough, will host a “Change of Heart” group fitness event from Saturday, Feb. 21, to Friday, Feb. 27. “Change of Heart” is a grassroots fitness program created to educate women about heart disease in support of the American Heart Association’s Go Red for Women movement.

Vin Bin Academy announces winter/spring classes

Region - The Vin Bin Academy has announced its new classes and seminars for the coming winter and spring semester. The academy is sponsored by The Vin Bin, a local wine, cheese, gourmet food and cafe with locations in Marlborough, Southborough and Hopkinton.

Attorney General says utilities merger will save consumers money

Region - The approval of a proposed merger between NSTAR and Northeast Utilities will result in significant savings to customers across the state, according to state Attorney General (AG) Martha Coakley. Her office announced Feb. 15 that the two utility companies have reached separate merger-related agreements with both the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) and AG's office. According to the AG's office, the merger will save utility customers $217 million.

Reliant Medical Group, Saint Vincent Hospital team up to host “Healthy Heart Day”

Region - When most people think of February they think of hearts - as in Valentine's Day - but Reliant Medical Group and Saint...