Grafton - Juliana West, a senior at the Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science at Worcester Polytechnic Institute, has a love for history which began at a very young age. From attending Renaissance fairs in costume with her mother and sister as a little girl to recently attending a Confederate Christmas ball, West has an affinity for history that reaches far beyond facts taught in textbooks.
Grafton – When 16-year Grafton High School varsity softball Head Coach John Gemme assembled his players for the 2012 season, he knew he had the makings of something special. He knew there was talent, dedication and a winning attitude, but not even he could forecast the incredible run of success that was about to unfold.
Grafton - Lt. Michael Batcheller, a native of Grafton and 2002 graduate of Grafton High School, is serving aboard USS New Orleans (LPD 18), one of the Navy’s newest and most advanced amphibious ships, designed to deliver Marines and their equipment to and from war zones.
Grafton - Lloyd L. Hamm Jr., president and CEO of Homefield Credit Union, announced that Doug Lanzillo, assistant vice president of real estate lending, is nominated and will be honored April 29 as a Rising Star at the 2015 Great New England Credit Union Show, an annual event that is attended by over 600 credit union professionals.
Grafton – The Grafton Inn has been a landmark on Grafton Common since 1805, and its appeal has only increased over the years as it has grown into a popular neighborhood spot for food, drinks and friendly service.
Grafton – Apple Tree Arts will be hosting two special theater workshops over the April school vacation break. The community school of the arts is offering two workshops – one for grades three to five and another for grades six to nine. Call 508-839-4286 or visit www.appletreearts.org to register. Space is limited.
Grafton - Members of Judy Dadah's Grafton High School Television Production II class recently toured the Grafton Community Television (GCTV) studios. The students, two juniors...
Grafton - A settlement between Pulte Builders and the town of Grafton was the subject of a disagreement between town officials during the Board of Selectmen’s April 7 meeting. On Jan. 9, town officials announced they had had reached a $1.3 million settlement with Pulte Homes over the profit dispute for the Hilltop Farms Chapter 40B development in South Grafton. Of the $1.3 million total amount, the town said it would retain $900,000 and the rest would cover legal expenses.
Grafton - At the Grafton Board of Selectmen’s April 7 meeting the board was encouraged to consider the possibility of having the town build a for-profit crematorium.
Grafton - Dr. Leo C. Jacques, 99, died peacefully Saturday, April 4, 2015 in Wayland. Jacques will be remembered as a devoted public servant,...