Sunday Jul 13
Banker & Tradesman
After becoming CEO of North Brookfield Savings Bank in 2008, one of the first things Donna Boulanger changed was its approach to philanthropy.
Wendell fights post office hour cuts; plan affects nearly 50 post offices in the state
According to a story from 22 News , more than 100 residents showed up at a meeting with the United States Postal Service Tuesday night, voicing their disapproval for a plan to cut hours.
Sentinel & Enterprise
Vet artist guest at Blue Star meeting
The Blue Star Mothers MA Chapter 1 of Leominster will host two special guests at its July 16 meeting.
The Item Extra
Sterling's Farmer's Market thrives, rain or shine
The rain poured down on the center of Sterling on a recent Friday. Not only did the sheep statue on the common got drenched, but so did the tents assembled on the front lawn of the town's Municipal Building.
Worcester Telegram & Gazette
State police dispatcher accused of scam using fake charity
A state police dispatcher who once worked with Spencer police and in the New Braintree Regional Dispatch Center has been charged with larceny after police discovered he was running an allegedly phony autism charity from his Westfield home.