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- Woman fights for school district to help her son who suffers from... November 24, 2014Outrage at school that won't let seven-year-old boy who suffers from seizures take his service dog to class A woman whose seven-year-old son suffers from seizures has spoken out, saying his school district has been unwilling to help with finding a way for his service dog to come with him to school. Mother Ericha Flateau, of Franklin, Massachusetts, told
- Bob Unger: A war wound that took 70 years to heal November 24, 2014Basil LeBlanc grew up in a place so small you couldn't call it a village, probably not even a hamlet. It's called Amirault's Hill, and it's a handful of crossroads houses that is an hour or two's walk from other Acadian settlements on the west coast of Nova Scotia.
- Woman fights for school district to help her son who suffers from... November 24, 2014
- Donations sought for homeless veterans November 24, 2014This year, the nonprofit organization Valiant Veterans is adopting the veterans at the New England Center for Homeless Veterans and providing each of them with holiday "Go Bags" containing the essentials they need as well as a few holiday treats. The public is asked to consider donating to this project by purchasing one or more of these requested i
- Nashoba, Grafton, Marlboro set to honor Hall of Fame classes November 22, 2014Nashoba Regional announced the inductees for its 2014 Athletic Hall of Fame class, which will be honored on November 29 at Wedgewood Pines in Stow. The event will be emceed by Nashoba graduate and WAAF-FM radio personality Greg Hill and begin with a reception at 5 p.m., followed by dinner and the awards ceremony at 6 p.m. The honorees include: former footbal
- Donations sought for homeless veterans November 24, 2014
- Volunteers Needed For Medfield's Angel Run November 17, 2014Following a successful pre-registration effort the next focus for Angel Run organizers is to ensure there are plenty of volunteers to run a smooth event for 1,100-plus participants. Many hands are needed to bag and deliver 1,100 T-shirts, hand out those famous bells for runners' sneakers, bake goodies to fill the tables of the post-race party and still
- Names on Vietnam Memorial at Baxter Park to be updated November 17, 2014When the current Vietnam Memorial was erected the start of the Vietnam Conflict was considered to have been on August 7, 1964. This date was used because of the Gulf of Tonkin incident, which led Congress to give President Johnson authority to use conventional military forces in Southeast Asia.
- Volunteers Needed For Medfield's Angel Run November 17, 2014
- Two announce plans to vie for Beaton's seat as state representative November 24, 2014Shrewsbury/Westborough - Although he just won his third term as the 11th Worcester District State Representative, Matthew Beaton will not be serving in that position in the new year. Instead, he will be the joining Governor-elect Charlie Baker's cabinet as the state's secretary of energy and environmental affairs.
- Local medical professionals end 30-year Army careers November 24, 2014Husband and wife colonels, John Collins and Nancy Hughes, retired from the military in May after successful 30-year careers in the Army's medical corps. Neither began their military service with the idea of making it a career, but both found themselves enjoying so much satisfaction in the Army's medical community that, along the way, they decided t
- Two announce plans to vie for Beaton's seat as state representative November 24, 2014
- Holiday Stroll Returns to Downtown Hopkinton November 24, 2014Businesses and organizations in Hopkinton have come together once again to present the Hopkinton Holiday Stroll in downtown Hopkinton on December 6, 2014 from 9:00 am-4:00 pm. The Holiday Stroll includes myriad events and activities, including charitable drives, the annual Tree Lighting ceremony, traveling carol singers, a visit from Santa, music and theater
- Woodward School dedicates 'buddy bench' to Abbie Benford November 24, 2014The Albert S. Woodward School in Southborough introduced a new "buddy bench" to students during an assembly Nov. 7. The bench will be dedicated to Abbie Benford, a 15-year-old Hopkinton resident who died from anaphylaxis last December. Her mother, Amy Benford, is a teacher at Woodward School.
- Holiday Stroll Returns to Downtown Hopkinton November 24, 2014
- Buy a Gift, Wrap a Gift, for a Natick Senior November 24, 2014The Natick Council on Aging, Home Instead Senior Care and Mutual One have joined forces to brighten the holidays for seniors in Natick. At Mutual One, folks are invited and urged to pick up a tag at the giving tree there, on it of which is a gift idea for a senior in Natick.
- 6 a.m. Thanksgiving Workout to Benefit Two Women Battling Breast Cancer November 24, 2014But 11 weeks into that pregnancy, she was diagnosed with stage 2 breast cancer. Sansossio is one of the two recipients of MetroWest Bootcamp's 2014 Thanksgiving fundraiser on Thanksgiving morning in Framingham.
- Buy a Gift, Wrap a Gift, for a Natick Senior November 24, 2014