Westborough - EMSEAL Joint Systems, Ltd has been awarded official certification designating it as a Sustainable Business Leader from the Central Massachusetts Sustainable Business...
Marlborough - There’s a good chance that you know someone whose son or daughter has Down syndrome. According to the National Down Syndrome Society, there are 400,000 cases in the United States and the number is rising. Those with Down syndrome experience medical complications, and variable cognitive deficits that affect speech, memory and learning.
The Classifieds for the May 11 edition are here.
Northborough – Craftworks recently announced that Buzz Coren of Featherwood has joined its growing group of artisans. Since 1980, Cohen has been creating both functional and decorative objects in wood.
Here are the classified ads for the April 29 edition:
Region - Hopkinton Drug's annual lecture series will be highlighted with a visit by Dr. Aubrey Milunsky, MD, a geneticist whose work with Genetics,...
West Boylston??"Take a look out the back door. Is the deck or patio too small for your needs? Would a new seating area with a fire pit let you enjoy your yard more? How about the soothing sound of a self-contained waterfall?
Marlborough – St. Mary's Credit Union has been notified of its approval to participate in the 2014 Equity Builder Program by the Federal Home Loan Bank (FHLB). The program provides grants to households with incomes at or below 80 percent of the area median income with down-payment, closing-cost, home-buyer counseling, and rehabilitation assistance. Grants are available up to $15,000 and they are available to eligible households on a first-come, first-served, homebuyer-by-homebuyer basis until the credit union's enrollment authority or the pool is exhausted. The maximum amount is not guaranteed.
Shrewsbury - The name on the sign out front is Bryan Dental Associates, but it could almost as well read Bryan Dental Family, both because the practice is a family business and its patients are treated like family.
Marlborough??"Sandie and Ken Wheeler believe that friendly and personal service and a warm relationship with their customers is as important as the natural pet products they sell in Pets Gone Healthy, their specialty store on the Marlborough-Northborough town line.