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Grafton’s Business Scene

by Christine Galeone

Lately, signs of spring have been popping up all over the Blackstone Valley. Whether you hear the birds chirping outside while you’re drinking your morning coffee, or you see roadside forsythia bushes radiating their own kind of sunshine, you can’t help but notice them. But the signs aren’t limited to the natural world.

Harbingers of the season can also be spotted at many Grafton businesses. Like the birds,... Read More

Malcolm Halliday retires on a ‘high note’ with premiere ‘Ode to Clara Barton’s Portrait’

By Amy Polumbo-LeClaire

Malcolm Halliday, renowned musician and artistic director of the Master Singers of Worcester, dazzled a wide-eyed crowd during an April 1 concert held at Mechanics Hall in Worcester.  Around the World in Forty Years commemorated the 40th year anniversary of the advanced choral group while serving as a farewell to a Kentucky-born musician who once begged his parents to help break a rule so that... Read More

McKenna to offer additional mental health training

Continues program that saved Webster and Oxford $8,000 +

 
Boston, MA – On May 22nd and June 5th, Representative Joseph McKenna (R-Webster) will sponsor two additional Mental Health First Aide training courses in the 18th Worcester district.  Hosted at the Webster Fire Department community room, the courses will teach a 5 step action plans that encompass the skills, resources, and knowledge needed for first... Read More

April 28, 2017 Blackstone Valley North

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