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Stompers’ frontman Sal Baglio still amplifies his music ‘loudah’

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor East Boston/Marlborough – Music is amplified in the DNA of singer-songwriter and guitarist Sal Baglio, an East Boston native...

‘I love being alive,’ says singer-actor, COVID-19 survivor Bob DiCicco

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Westwood – Beginning April 12, singer and actor Bob DiCicco of Westwood battled the coronavirus while hospitalized for 43...

Jeannie Martin: Woman of few words

By Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer Arlington - A gifted teacher, poet, social worker and Reiki healer, Jeannie Martin of Arlington can be a woman...

Why traveling to states with rigid restrictions is the safest vacation

By Sandi Barrett, Contributing Writer New England - Road tripping is the new travel adventure, and now that New England states are easing restrictions, it’s...

Westborough marketing professional finds second career as a SCORE mentor

Westborough - In 2003, a semi-retired Pete Allen took his tennis partner’s advice and joined the Senior Core of Retired Executives (SCORE). Allen didn’t...

Bruce Frankel – Best-selling author spreads message of anti-ageism

By Susan Gonsalves, Contributing Writer  Sharon – Ted Ludwiczak, a refugee from Poland survived the Nazis invasion and Russian occupation to settle in the U.S....

Philip Bundman – A life ‘gone to the dogs’

  By Peg Lopata, Contributing Writer Belmont - Do you want to make your life more fun?  That was the dilemma Philip Bundman, a former laser...

Milford native digs deep into family past for new book

By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Milford/Wareham - Catherine Marenghi’s first book, Glad Farm, was a searing memoir of her years growing up impoverished on the...

Judith Fleming – Legacy of service includes two stints in Peace Corps

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Region - As a young woman, Judith Fleming, who grew up in Chicago, joined the Peace Corps in 1967, serving...

Retired news anchor Randy Price cherishes community service

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Television viewers got to know Randy Price throughout four decades as a news anchor on three Boston stations. Along...