May. 05, 2016
Carves a niche with local builders
By Magda Dakin
When Roseanne Morin’s father, Joseph Cataldo, opened his lumber business in 1952 he built it right behind the family farmstead, perched on a hill in Millbury. It was a great location then and it still is, conveniently located on Route #122, close to Route 146, and hard to miss when you know where to look. From the parking lot and office windows you can see the surrounding hills, encompassing many of the acres that Joseph... Read More
Apr. 27, 2016
Annual Town Meeting on May 9
On May 9, the Town of Sutton will present to the public a series of Articles on the Town Meeting Warrant while celebrating some key successes.
According to Town Administrator James Smith, “The budget proposed is the best financial situation we have been in since my start here nine years ago. We are a healthy community financially. The recession of 2009 hit the town, state, and entire country. My first few budgets were decreases. ... Read More
Apr. 27, 2016
Why can’t children just play anymore?
The simple question comes with a complex answer. Nowadays, recreational time is compromised by competitive sports, crammed academic schedules, an overreliance on technology and even a lack of enthusiasm.
But sometimes the reason is more basic than that. Sometimes children can’t play anymore because there simply isn’t a place for them to play at. Thankfully, for over twenty years, the Whitin... Read More