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Northboro Chiropractic offers springtime special for new clients

April 23rd, 2015

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Northborough – Dr. Karen and Dr. Casey of Northboro Chiropractic want to help you stop being sick and tired of being sick and tired, in a natural and effective way. If your health issues are holding you back, the Northboro Chiropractic Center has a Spring Time Special Offer for new clients. Right now you may receive a full consultation, exam and any necessary x-rays (a $340 offer) for $45.

Keamy to host seminars on new technology

April 23rd, 2015

Dr. Jean Keamy
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Westborough – Dr. Jean Keamy of the Keamy Eye and Laser Centre will host two seminars Wednesday, April 29 to introduce ThermiTight™ RF and ThermiSmooth technology. The seminars, which are free, will be held at the center’s 24 Lyman St., Suite 130 location from 12-2 p.m. and 6-8 p.m.

McCarthy’s Landscaping & Irrigation celebrates 20th anniversary

April 23rd, 2015

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Region – Now that the snow is finally melting after one of the worst winters on record, many homeowners will most likely be dismayed when they see what Mother Nature has done to their yards. But a call to McCarthy’s Landscaping & Irrigation could quickly turn that despair into relief. For this West Boylston-based company, now celebrating its 20th year, has a myriad of services to help you get your yard into top shape again.

Designer Jewelers – Westborough store features fine jewelry, watches, custom design

April 23rd, 2015

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What does Designer Jewelers specialize in?

“We offer a complete range of jewelry, but engagement rings are our strongest line,” said Derek Varriale, owner of the jewelry business his father started in 1969 in downtown Westborough. The retailer moved to the Westborough Shopping Center in 1979.

Grafton student brings history to life, sews authentic Civil War gowns

April 22nd, 2015

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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 softball hopes to continue winning streak

April 22nd, 2015

(l to r) Grafton High School varsity softball co-captains Meaghan Sawtelle, Amanda Voellings and Makayla Ritzie. (Photo/submitted)

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.

HCH and SMS alumni archive final visits to alma maters

April 22nd, 2015

Hudson Catholic High class of 1977 alumni: (back, l to r) Walter Francolini, Pat (Sarsfield) Emmons, Trish Stearns, Kathleen Maddox, Ann Beaupre Cattarin, Kevin O’Connell, (middle, l to r) Chuck Searles, Maureen Crowley, Susan Patterson, Michael Gilles, (front, l to r), Nancy Girard, Rich Anzalone, Marianne (Martoni) Goodman, Ellen (Vitale) Meinert, Lynda (Lee) Melody, Gary F. Swanson and Susan Hanley.

Hudson – Years after the closings of Hudson Catholic High (HCH) in 2009 and St. Michael School (SMS) in 2011, alumni are still displaying their spirit on those buildings’ properties – and on Facebook. Hundreds of photos including selfies, class group shots and informal family portraits are getting posted online before the buildings’ imminent demolition.

Commission votes to establish White Cliffs as historic district

April 22nd, 2015

Northborough – In spite of strenuous opposition voiced by the current owner’s attorney, the Northborough Historic District Commission unanimously voted April 21 to approve the White Cliffs property as a historic district. The decision must ultimately be approved by voters at next week’s Town Meeting.

Northboro Junior Woman’s Club plants pinwheels for child abuse awareness

April 22nd, 2015

Pinwheels shimmer in the sunlight at Town Hall.
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Northborough – The Northboro Junior Woman’s Club (NJWC) has planted over 500 pinwheels at Town Hall in recognition of April’s designation as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The effort is also in support of the “Pinwheels for Prevention” campaign created by Prevent Child Abuse America.

Out with the old

April 22nd, 2015

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Shrewsbury – Crews are continuing to remove debris from the demolition of the former 1970s wing of the Shrewsbury Public Library. The wing will be replaced by a new building that will be part of the library’s $21 million expansion and renovation.

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