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Support, strength in numbers for daughter of Worcester Firefighter Christopher Roy
Elaine Thompson Telegram & Gazette Staff @EThompsonTG — WORCESTER – 10-year-old Sophia Heindl spent Friday with her best friend, Ava Roy, at the wake for Ava’s father, Firefighter Christopher J. Roy.
Area firefighters to pay respects to fallen Worcester comrade
A handful of local first responders will be among the estimated thousands of mourners who attend the funeral of a Worcester, Mass., firefighter who died in the line of duty this week.
Holiday week activities at Marlborough Public Library
Marlborough –The Marlborough Public Library, 35 West Main St., is offering free upcoming special events for kids and teens. The Children’s Room will have all kinds of activities during the holiday break. Come and make a Cactus Snow Globe craft and listen to some holiday stories Wednesday, Dec. 26, a
Take a look inside Flying Dreams Brewing Co.’s new Marlborough Taproom, opening Friday
When customers walk into Flying Dreams Brewing Co.’s new Marlborough taproom, they’ll find a cozy space with colorful walls full of dragons, space scenes and sunsets. The Worcester-based brewery is opening Marlborough’s second taproom Friday in the Victoria building at 277 Main St., joining Strange
Community supports 29th Evening of Giving
Marlborough – With this year’s theme of “Winter Fest,” about 1,000 guests gathered Dec. 13 to support the 29th annual Evening of Giving at Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel in Marlborough.
City Kills Beavers After Dams Cause Flooding
City officials in Framingham, Massachusetts, are under fire from animal lovers after killing beavers they say were causing a public safety hazard. The beavers’ crime? Building dams, which had combined with excessive rainfall to create hazardous flooding conditions.
5 Marlborough Area Open Houses To Scope Out
MARLBOROUGH, MA — House shopping online can feel like a waste of time. While listing images can help, they're no replacement for the real thing. That's why open houses are so handy: No more bumbling around in the dark!
Marlborough police log, Dec. 14 edition
8:55 a.m. Florence St. Harassment. 10:00 a.m. Gibbons St. Vandalism. 11:44 a.m. Maple/South Sts. MVA property damage only. 2:27 p.m. Chestnut St. Disturbance. 3:50 p.m. Boivin Dr. MVA property damage only.
Massachusetts cannabis panel OKs 4 more pot shop licenses, including two in Berkshire County
BOSTON - The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission has approved final licenses for four more retail marijuana shops in Fall River, Hudson, Pittsfield and Great Barrington. According to NewsChannel 13's media partners at The Berkshire Eagle, the commission signed off on the licenses for Northeast
Tigers Defeat Flyers 88-11 in Season Opener; Poku Wins Dash For Framingham
FRAMINGHAM – Newton North High School defeated Framingham High girls indoor track team in the season opener at Reggie Lewis Center this afternoon. Senior Grace Poku won the 55-meter dash in 7.,53 seconds.
5 people convicted of federal charges in Framingham compounding pharmacy case
An owner and four former employees of a now-shuttered Framingham compounding pharmacy were convicted Thursday of federal charges related to a 2012 meningitis outbreak that’s killed more than 100 people who took tainted drugs made at the facility, authorities said.
UPDATED: Police Responding to Bomb Threat at Framingham Public Works
FRAMINGHAM – Massachusetts State Police and Framingham Police responded to a report of a bomb threat at Framingham Department of Public Works, today just after 1:20 p.m. Report has the threat coming via email to DPW offices at 100 Western Avenue, according to employees who contacted SOURCE.
2 Berkshire marijuana stores, 1 in Hudson up for final licenses Thursday
Two marijuana stores in the Berkshires and one in Middlesex County are poised to get final licensing approval on Thursday. The Massachusetts Cannabis Control Commission is planning to vote on whether to grant final licenses to Temescal Wellness to open adult-use marijuana stores in Pittsfield and Hu
8th Massachusetts State Police Trooper Charged in Overtime Scandal
Heath McAuliffe of Hopkinton is the eighth Massachusetts State Police trooper to face charges in connection with a scandal of overtime abuse, officials said. — SPRINGFIELD, Massachusetts -- Heath McAuliffe of Hopkinton is the eighth Massachusetts State Police trooper to face charges in connection wi
Real estate mogul to build $8M Marlborough self-storage facility
A Concord real estate agency has begun building an 80,000-square-foot self storage facility in Marlborough. O'Brien Commercial Properties announced entity Jeremiah LLC, a business entity controlled by Founder and President Eric O'Brien, has begun construction on the three-acre site off I-495.
Police officer turned to his kids for advice as he wrote book
JAFFREY — Jeremy LeBlanc said his love of writing goes back to his earliest days in school, when he came up with stories for his first-grade assignments. The 31-year-old Jaffrey police officer is following up on his love of writing by having self-published the children’s book, “The Courageous Moon R
Framingham Man Wins $1 Million In Scratch Off Game
FRAMINGHAM, MA- Daniel Gerard of Framingham was nothing but smiles holding his $1 million winning ticket. The winning game was the '200X' instant game that he bought from New Capital Farm Convenience, on Boston Post Road in Marlboro. Gerard is now the 44th $1 million prize winner in the game.
Preparing for the unthinkable; Marlborough emergency departments receive ‘active shooter’ training
Marlborough – Columbine. Sandy Hook. Parkland High School. The Tree of Life Synagogue… Mass shootings and active shooter events seem to have become a common occurrence. It can happen anywhere, at any time, from the big city to small town America.
2 Firefighters Injured While Responding To ‘Heavy Fire’ In Worcester Home
BOSTON (CBS) – Two firefighters were transported from the scene a large fire on Allen Street in Worcester. One had a back injury and the second had an ankle injury, said Deputy Fire Chief Martin Dyer.
Worcester firefighters battle another blaze after loss
Worcester firefighters doused a ferocious fire Wednesday morning with heavy hearts, battling cold and flames in the predawn hours just a street away from the funeral home where their fallen comrade will be remembered later this week.