May. 15, 2017
By Magda Dakin
One of the biggest regular flea markets around the area, the Grafton Flea Market has opened for its summer deal seekers with an added wrinkle. Now, when you’re tired and need a rest and a drink, you can saunter on over to the new Beer Garden located at the front of the building, inside the white fencing in the shade under the umbrellas. Shoppers can also leave their less enthusiastic partners to wile away the hours while... Read More
May. 15, 2017
Open for business
By Barbara Van Reed
“The number one reason people come for a reflexology session is stress relief,” says Lindy Brown, who relocated her business from New Hampshire to Whitinsville earlier this year.
Reflexology For The Sole’s official ribbon-cutting took place April 30. Now Lindy is busy educating local groups about the benefits of reflexology. “I have to start all over again, building the business,” she said.
“It’s... Read More
May. 12, 2017
By Rod Lee
Even longtime residents of the area might not be aware of the many organized activities that take place under the direction of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers at Buffumville Lake and Hodges Village Dam, come spring.
Some of these are held in conjunction with The Last Green Valley, Park Ranger Jamie Kordack said during an interview in the Corps of Engineers’ office at the Buffumville Dam on Oxford Road in Charlton on... Read More