Sep. 16, 2018
September is too late for the… for the word that rhymes with ‘bake’ --
by Amy Palumbo-LeClaire
The day wasn’t ideal for swimming, despite a humid cling to the air. A typical New Englander, September finds me with a nudge and gentle reminder to lose the flip-flops and lure in routines that have escaped me while stopping to smell the roses all summer long.
Amongst many of their superior qualities, dogs have an advantage that we, the humans (especially New Englanders) don’t seem to possess. They don’t... Read More
Sep. 14, 2018
By Kevin Rudden
Mendon’s Economic Development Committee is planning two events next month to help the town’s small business community.
First up is an “Open for Business” breakfast being held at 9 a.m. on Wednesday, October 3, in Mendon Town Hall, located at 20 Main Street. Tom Merolli, chairman of the Economic Development Committee, says various state agencies will have representatives on... Read More
Sep. 14, 2018
(September 11, 2018) – Douglas has received $15270 back on its workers compensation and property casualty insurance costs – applicable toward premiums for the next fiscal year—thanks to an incentive program offered by the Massachusetts Interlocal Insurance Association (MIIA), its insurance provider. Douglas earned the credits through proactive and voluntary participation in loss prevention and risk management activities throughout the year,... Read More