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Friday, September 20, 2019

March is colorectal cancer awareness month

Region - Roll for Cancer is a nonprofit organization that conducts fundraising events in order to raise funds for the support of research, treatment,...

Wine and cheese tasting to benefit Giselle Rodriguez Scholarship

  Marlborough - A wine and cheese tasting to benefit the Giselle Rodriguez Scholarship will be held Thursday, June 29, from 5-7 p.m. at The...

The Gutterman

“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.

Classifieds, Sept. 16 edition

The Classifieds for the Sept. 16 edition are here.

Clinton Savings Bank earns BauerFinancial, Inc. five star rating

Clinton - BauerFinancial, Inc., the nation’s premier bank rating firm recently honored Clinton Savings Bank for its continued financial excellence. Not only has Clinton...

Northborough jeweler creates charm to help marathon victims

Northborough ?Julie Booras, the owner of Northborough-based business Heart and Stone Jewelry, would like to help support those affected by the recent Boston Marathon tragedy.

Classifieds, July 29 edition

The Classifieds for the July 29 edition are here.

Dalton’s Cherrywood Kennel celebrating 51 years in business

Shrewsbury - Dalton's Cherrywood Kennel is now celebrating its 51st year in business. It all started in Grafton, Mass in 1962. Like so many pioneers in their respected fields,...

Business briefs, March 14 edition

Mirick O"Connell supports pajama drive Northborough - The law firm of Mirick O"Connell held a "$5 Jeans Day" fundraiser Feb. 14 in support of the...

Downtown Village Association elects officers, directors

Marlborough - Members of the Marlborough Downtown Village Association have taken a giant step forward, changing the status from a thriving grassroots organization to a well-defined nonprofit organization. At a recent meeting they elected officers and a board of directors to help accomplish their mission – “To create and sustain a district where residents and workers can experience a high quality of life, a district that experiences ongoing cultural growth and serves as a regular attraction to commuting workers and visitors to Marlborough, a district where property and business owners can enjoy ongoing development, prosperity.”