Apr. 21, 2016
Community Works: Mile-long line of riders expected
People in Oxford, Auburn, Northborough, Uxbridge, and all the towns in between may see a mile-long line of cycles winding their way from one town to the other on Saturday, May 14. They will be part of the 7th Annual Charity Poker Run organized by American Legion Riders Chapter 58, based in Oxford.
The ride will benefit the Veterans Inc. shelter in Worcester, and it is just one of the community service projects the Riders organize every... Read More
Apr. 21, 2016
Nearly 50 vendors will be participating in the annual East Meets West Health Fair & Business Bonanza , which will mark its ninth iteration on Saturday, April 30. The event will be presented by Life-Skills, Inc. and Page Chiropractic to benefit adults with developmental disabilities.
The fair hosts free screenings, product demonstrations, and services from both traditional and holistic vendors who come from all across the state to... Read More
Apr. 20, 2016
Nancie Zecco resumes her career in public health
“What a nightmare this had been,” says Nancie Zecco, speaking about Mama Dolce’s Café, her downtown Webster restaurant often described as “Little Italy in Webster.”
Nancie’s professional persona is that of a public health policy expert, with a Master Degree in Public Health and career experience with several health care and pharmaceutical companies.
But she had always had a dream, inspired by her late mother, to convert her... Read More