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Asymmetric Training and Assessment Group:

CQB Instructor Course, Advanced Sniper Observer Course, Basic Search and Rescue.  The course descriptions conjure up visions of combat and could sound ominous to a civilian – and that's OK, says Ron Tetreau, founder of Asymmetric Training and Assessment Group. For Tetreau, guns are serious business, and he firmly believes that training is as important for civilians as it is for professionals.

Sergeant First Class... Read More

Annual Food Drive

Curves of Millbury participating in annual food drive
MILLBURY – Curves of Millbury is once again participating in the Curves International Annual Food Drive, which this year takes place from March 10 through March 25

Curves invites both non-members and members to take part in the food drive by bringing in a bag of non-perishable food or a monetary contribution of at least $30 to be donated to a local community food b... Read More

Free Home Buying Seminars

WHITINSVILLE, MA – UniBank and Re/Max Executive Realty of Upton are sponsoring two free home buying seminars. The first seminar, taking place on Saturday, March 15, 2014 from 10 a.m. to 12 Noon, will be at UniBank’s Whitinsville Main branch located at 49 Church Street in Whitinsville. The second seminar will take place on Wednesday, March 19, 2014 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at UniBank’s North Grafton branch located at 89 Worcester Str... Read More

Auburn Chamber to Host 7th Annual Health and Business Expo

LOCATION: Auburn/Webster Lodge of Elks, 754 Southbridge St., Auburn

AUBURN, MA—The Auburn Chamber of Commerce will present the Seventh Annual Health and Business Expo on Tuesday, March 25 from 4:00 – 7:00 pm at the Auburn/Webster Lodge of Elks at 754 Southbridge Street in Auburn. Sponsors of the event are Harvard Pilgrim Health Care and Hometown Bank.

This unique community event is FREE and open to... Read More

Health Fair & Business Bonanza set for March 30

WEBSTER – Life-Skills Inc. and Page Chiropractic have teemed up again to present the 7th annual East Meets West Health Fair & Business Bonanza. The event will take place on Sunday, March 30, from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., at the Bartlett High School gymnasium, 52 Lake Parkway.

Jean Tremblay and Jen Cournoyer of Page Chiropractic and Lisa Morgan and Tammy Lewandowski of Life-Skills are coordinating the project, which beg... Read More

Linda Littleton, Artist for Hire

Interviews with Webster Dudley Business Alliance members

1. Please describe your business & what makes it unique.

I am a local artist who has a home studio. Giving lessons to adults and children is wonderful, seeing what can be created and how different we all interpret art. I also love doing consignment work and am interested in doing more of this. I do person work; homes, business, pet and boa... Read More

Chuck's Steak House:

by a Yankee diner

AUBURN – When I mentioned to a colleague my plan to review Chuck's Steak House, her face lit up and she said “I love that place, especially the salad bar with the onion soup.”

She's not alone. Chuck's is a popular place and on a recent Saturday evening we had to wait to be seated. It was just a short wait, though, and the lounge, with it's large bar,  fireplace, hand-painted murals, and pool table... Read More

Chicken Parmesan Dinner

The Uxbridge Softball Association is holding a fundraiser to help rebuild the concession stand that was damaged by a broken water pipe. The date of the dinner is Saturday, March 22 from 6-10 at The Polish American Hall on Route 16 in Uxbridge.  The cost of this event is $20 per adult. The dinner includes chicken, pasta, salad, bread and dessert. There will be raffles, a silent auction, and a D.J.. Please come help us “raise the r... Read More

Grocery Saga--revisited

by Ginger Costen

As a journalist, my first obligation is to present our readers with reliable and accurate facts written in a meaningful context. This “journalistic truth” is a process that begins with the professional discipline of assembling and verifying facts.

My first obligation as an equally devoted wife is to listen and never question what my husband is telling me, especially since he was born, raised and nev... Read More

Mount Washington

by Thomas D'Agostino

Mount Washington is the most prominent peak east of the Mississippi River, stretching 6,288 ft into the sky. The observatory atop Mount Washington recorded the world’s highest speed wind gust in 1934. That record stood until 1996. The mountain was also the first to have a Tip Top House. Adventurers would travel from the Glen House at the base of Mount Washington up to the Tip Top House, where they coul... Read More

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