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Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation Announces 5th Annual Gala Event

The Dudley-Charlton Education Foundation Board of Directors invites you to share a dazzling evening of dining, dancing, and spirited bidding.  Join us at our fifth Annual Gala Fundraising Event, a

Semi-Formal Dinner Dance and Auction, Saturday, March 22, 2014 at the Overlook Hotel in Charlton.  Served to you will be a Duet of Petite Filet with a Red Wine Demi Glaze and Breast of Chicken with Roasted Shallot Sauce.  Keepsak... Read More

Savers Bank Announces Promotions and Personnel Changes


January 14, 2014—Savers Bank is pleased to announce the addition of a new employee to the team and the promotion of another employee.

Jessica Jimenez of Southbridge, previously an Assistant Branch Manager at Citizens Bank, has been hired as Assistant Branch Manager at the Southbridge branch. She has 6 years of banking experience and has closed over $15 million in loans. In her current job, she looks forward to hel... Read More


Tips for traveling with children

by Nancy Raymond

If you are traveling with children, here are a few tips to help make everyone’s vacation enjoyable.

1.  Let the kids help in the planning!  Kids love to feel important and after all, it is a family vacation.  Ask them to research the destination you are going.  They may become experts before you even get there. 

If cruising, le... Read More

Alzheimer’s Disease and Vitamin E

by Jason Poquette, BPharm, R.Ph.

Alzheimer’s disease (AD), first described by German physician Alois Alzheimer in 1906 and so named in 1910, is a degenerative condition causing progressive memory loss affecting over 5 million patients in the U.S.  Incidents of Alzheimer’s disease rise with age, and with the number of individuals aged 65 years or older expected to double over the next 40 years, prevention and treatment are... Read More

Two women on a mission:

Editor's Note: Nancy Whalen of Worcester and Carol Lewis of Whitinsville have worked for seven years to establish  the Healing Heart Hospitality House, which will be for  families who have a critically ill relative in a Worcester hospital.  The city has two hospitality houses for families of cancer patients, but none for families of patients seriously ill from other causes.
Here, Na... Read More

An awesome reopening for Chevere

UXBRIDGE – Crafters and beaders came out in full force on Saturday the 4th to check out Chevere's new  home at 366 N. Main Street in Uxbridge. Chevere's is “the place to bead,” and the new store gives owner Patricia DeVries plenty of space to display her hand-crafted jewelry, beads and beading supplies,  Yak & Yeti clothing, Beijo handbags, and accessories.

At twice the size of Chevere's old location at 158 N. Main Str... Read More

Linwood Mill

WHITINSVILLE - The day here starts at 8:00 a.m. with breakfast and a headline news update. That's followed by a half hour of stretching and exercise, and then it's on to morning activities that range from a geography spelling bee to baking oatmeal cookies in observance of January as the official oatmeal month.

Lunch is followed by games, discussions, movies, board games, bowling. It’s an entire day of engaging... Read More

11th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting Event

UXBRIDGE, MA – January 11, 2014:  The Rotary Club of Uxbridge would like to remind everyone to save the date for their 11th Annual Wine & Chocolate Tasting Fundraising Event, which will be held on Saturday March 1, 2014 from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. at Blissful Meadows Golf Club, 801 Chockalog Road, Uxbridge, MA.  As always, the event will include two floors of Wine and Beer Selections provided by Lynch’s Riverview Wine & Spirits... Read More

7th Annual Webster Lake Ice-Out Contest

WEBSTER - Einstein is back! The Webster Lake Association is sponsoring its 7th Annual Ice-Out contest. Proceeds will benefit the Webster Lake Association and the Webster Education Foundation.

Einstein will be placed in Lakeview Marine Cove on Saturday January 18th at noon. There is a forty pound weight attached to him. When the ice melts enough for the weight to drop into the water an attached rope will set off the timer.... Read More

Attorney Betsy Choate moves to Sutton

MANCHAUG – After more than twenty years of practicing law in downtown Douglas, Attorney Betsy Choate has moved to Sutton. “I happened upon the beautifully renovated Manchaug Mills and decided it was time for a change of scenery,” she said. She had been located at 306 Main Street in Douglas. 

To let her clients know she's moved, Betsy is holding an Open House at the new space on Saturday, February 1, from... Read More