Jul. 19, 2016
By Rod Lee
Capitol Siding can count its lucky stars that Alfred “Al” Hall didn’t become a schoolteacher, which was his original intent.
“My parents didn’t have enough money to send me to college,” Mr. Hall said of his dad, a toolmaker, and his mom, a housewife, over coffee on July 8th at a Dunkin’ Donuts on Southbridge St. in Auburn—a regular morning stop.
A son of Worcester’s Belmont Hill (he attended Belmont Street... Read More
Jul. 19, 2016
By Thomas D’Agostino: From Haunted Massachusetts.
It was July 19, 2006. The day was dismal and wet. The thunder echoed through the harbor and the rain came down in sheets. Arlene and I were traveling through Cape Cod researching our book Haunted Massachusetts, a book that would be used for various documentaries and television series. Our next stop would be the Orleans Inn. Once inside the inn, it was a whole different atmosphere. Ed... Read More
Jul. 18, 2016
By Amy Palumbo-LeClaire
Mr. Response Electrical, Inc. of Dudley, has been dedicated to volunteer service for the past twenty years, helping police, firemen, the elderly, and veterans. Currently, they are involved in Habitat for Humanity of Metro West/Greater Worcester, wiring a duplex home located at 4 A-B Homestead Ave in Auburn. The job came “in response” to the needs of two qualified families—the Shermans, a... Read More