Feb. 22, 2017
By Rod Lee
It becomes more apparent every day that when it comes to the Diamond Auto Group, the city of Worcester’s loss is the town of Auburn’s gain.
Since relocating from its longtime home on Park Avenue to Washington St. (Rt. 20) about ten years ago, Diamond has grown and prospered.
Heading into Presidents Day which is one of the dealership’s biggest sales periods of the year Diamond is offering “deep incentives across... Read More
Feb. 20, 2017
By Ed Londergan
Town government relies on its residents for more than just taxes. Various boards and committees, both regulatory and advisory, of every town play a vital role the government of the town. In Auburn, there are currently 13 vacant seats on nine boards and committees.
“We always seek a nice mix of current and new residents. There are people who recently moved to town and want to know more about the government,... Read More
Feb. 20, 2017
By Janet Stoica
When the fire hit her salon at 604 Main Street in North Oxford, Vicky Durant, her staff, and their clients were in shock and disbelief. Thankfully, in that early morning inferno on January 2, no lives were lost.
The cause of the fire was determined to be a malfunction in a small refrigerator.
“Everything we had was totally destroyed,” said Vicky. There was nothing we could save.” One positive note, however... Read More