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The end of life in the fat lane

Three years ago I took the first step towards having Gastric Bypass surgery; on October 29th I had that operation.

The surgery lasted a little over five hours and when I woke up in the recovery room I was sure I’d been hit six times in my abdomen by a Plymouth hood ornament. For the first 24 hours I kept asking myself, “What have you done?” But as the anesthesia wore off and the pain meds took the edge off the procedure, I... Read More

Chain of Lights holiday tradition continues in Sutton and Millbury

Sutton's Chain of Lights Christmas-time tradition continues in good form this season, with a full day of festivities on Saturday, December 7, along with a Santa parade through Manchaug the night before. Millbury's Chain of Lights takes place the following day, Sunday, December 8, and while it promises to be a fun-filled event, its road to realization this year was rocky.

Gary Vaillancourt, owner of Vaill... Read More

Whitin Community Center's Military Care Package Project

Whitinsville – Martha Wetzel leads the charge for the Whitin Community Center Military Care Packages program. “It's important that we show our troops we support them,” she says, “and they really do appreciate it.”

Martha explained that there are four ways to participate.

One is by providing the name and address of a local serviceman or woman currently serving who might appreciate a care package. Send the name... Read More

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