Massachusetts nonprofit hopes to spring up in Springfield

May 25, 2018 by  

Lovin’ Spoonfuls, a nonprofit food rescue organization that has been supporting social service agencies in Boston, has recently announced their plans to expand and provide their services in [Read more]

Marlborough company receives honor from neighboring state

May 24, 2018 by  

Universal Window and Door, a company based in Marlborough, Massachusetts that produces custom windows for historic buildings, was recently recognized by the Connecticut Trust for [Read more]

New hotel proposed for Lowell

May 20, 2018 by  

A new hotel has been proposed for the Hamilton Canal Innovation District in Lowell. The hotel would be a 120-room, six-story Hilton, and the proposal was put before a [Read more]

New streetscape banners with city and business logos to grace Fall River

May 15, 2018 by  

The city of Fall River is now looking to local companies to produce banners as part of its efforts to promote its designation as an All-American City.

Having once used Community Showcase Banners based in Rochester, New York, the city is soliciting quotes from [Read more]

Endicott college prepares for commencement

May 14, 2018 by  

This year’s commencement ceremonies at Endicott College in Beverly are coming up.

One ceremony will be for professional and graduate students in the Van Loan School. The speaker at that ceremony will be Dr. Oneeka Williams. Dr. Williams has written several books for children that promote [Read more]

Unique Wegmans grocery store opens in Natick

May 3, 2018 by  

A new Wegmans supermarket recently opened inside the Natick Mall with special grand opening celebrations.

This Wegmans is [Read more]

Burlington therapy to hold opening event

May 1, 2018 by  

HD Physical Therapy (HDPT) has been open in Burlington for several months, but has just announced its grand opening.

The celebration will include a [Read more]

Worcester considers bringing back streetcars

April 30, 2018 by  

Some believe Worcester is facing a crisis in public transportation, but Sean M. Rose, councilor for District 1, has an idea—he would like to bring streetcars back to downtown Worcester, according to an article on

Rose recently asked the [Read more]

Howitzer to return to Seekonk park

April 29, 2018 by  

Veterans Memorial Park will soon see the return of the howitzer to the park.

In a recent election, it was [Read more]

Devens museum receives special funding from state

April 29, 2018 by  

Funds of $50,000 from the Massachusetts budget will be given to the Fort Devens Museum to update technology, exhibits, and educational initiatives of the museum.

The funding was [Read more]

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