STURBRIDGE, Massachusetts ---- What did people in the 1830s know about promoting health and wellness, and can we learn anything from them today? The answer is a resounding "Yes!" says Dr. Jack Richman, a retired professor of optometry, who notes, "Countless numbers of today's medicines had their origins in the herbaceous plants, tree bark and roots that were used in the 1700s and 1800s." Dr. Richman is a volunteer re-enactor at Old Sturbridge... Read More
By Barbara Van Reed
SUTTON – Al’s Rubbish & Container Service has acquired the assets of Pace Waste Inc. of Auburn, a waste disposal service founded by James Pace in 2003. Owner Al Gerard said he bought out his competitor in March to expand his customer base in Auburn.
Al’s Rubbish offers dumpster rental services throughout the region, from Southbridge to Holden and in the Blackstone Valley. The company specializes in... Read More
Pictured is Cadette Girl Scout troop 30306 from Milford, Massachusetts, and Michael
Shain the president and founder of Thanks To Yanks. As the scouts
attended the Thanks To Yanks Charity fundraiser breakfast, to show their
support for our veterans and military. Troop 30306 delivered 64... Read More