Malden comedy night to support breast cancer awareness

October 15, 2018 by  

The annual Comedy Night will be held by the Malden Chamber of Commerce for the seventh consecutive year in a few days.

Joan Ford Mongeau, Executive Director of the Chamber, said this [Read more]

Bubble tea chain to open in Burlington

October 6, 2018 by  

Gong Cha, a bubble tea chain based in Taiwan, is planning on opening its third location in the Boston area soon, this time expanding to the suburbs—specifically Burlington, where it wants to acquire a space in the Burlington Mall.

The chain already operates in [Read more]

Seasonal feast held at agricultural high school

October 3, 2018 by  

The Farm to Table Feast was recently held for the second year on the grounds of the Bristol Agricultural High School and hosted by the Bristol Aggie Educational Foundation, Inc. As the school serves residents and students of [Read more]

New police chief installed in Seekonk

September 30, 2018 by  

A ceremony was recently held at the Ramada Banquet and Conference Center to install Police Captain Frank John as the new police chief of Seekonk.

John succeeds [Read more]

Fort Devens museum granted funds for preserving diaries of the Great War

September 30, 2018 by  

The Boston Foundation recently awarded the Fort Devens Museum a grant of $4,770 from its Bruce J., Anderson Fund to transcribe, digitize, and prepare hard copies of several diaries written by soldiers from [Read more]

Downtown Worcester now has beer garden

September 26, 2018 by  

The Brew Beer Garden opened its doors recently in downtown Worcester, and was acclaimed as an asset to the city, and a place that could bring the community together, according to an article in the [Read more]

Fall River students encouraged to highlight their entrepreneurial spirit

September 25, 2018 by  

Local businesses have teamed up with Robert Kraft and the Patriot Foundation to enable Marquis Taylor to create Coaching for Change (C4C) in Taunton. He has since expanded it to the City of Fall River.

The program trains teachers so [Read more]

Marlborough given funds to overhaul senior apartment complex

September 25, 2018 by  

The Commonwealth of Massachusetts recently awarded $3.3m towards the renovation and interior modernization of the Pleasant Street apartments for seniors in Marlborough. The total cost of the project is expected to be $5.5 million.

The remaining costs for [Read more]

Beverly resident to benefit from art exhibits

September 25, 2018 by  

A Beverly fundraiser in the form of an exhibition and sale of art will be held for Bobby Fisher, who was diagnosed with ALS four years ago.

Paula Borsetti, an art teacher from [Read more]

Food pop-up in Lowell wins top prize

September 22, 2018 by  

EforAll Lowell-Lawrence recently gave out $10,000 to businesses that participated in the 2018 Summer Accelerator, a three-month program to help startups and businesses in their early stages, and the winner is from Lowell.

The [Read more]

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