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‘Life is not normal right now,’ notes Cambridge psychologist

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor Cambridge – The coronavirus pandemic has created an uncertain and unprecedented era with common day-to-day terminology such as essential...

UMass Memorial – Marlborough Hospital on the frontline of pandemic

Roach stresses that hospital is well-equipped to treat non-COVID-19 patients as well By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor   Marlborough – As the coronavirus pandemic continues to evolve, UMass...

For many facets of community, pandemic’s impact includes food insecurity

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Region - Food is a basic necessity for survival, yet for far too many people, being able to get food...

Dental health continues to be a priority with age

By Liz Nolan, Contributing Writer Northborough - Dental health is just as important as staying in good physical health especially as people age.  Family Dental...

Ultralight pioneer finds his muse at Crow Island Airpark in Stow

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor  Stow - The course of Rob Albright’s life changed when he met Rick Kemp, his ex-girlfriend’s husband. During the...

Descended from not just one – from nine Mayflower passengers

By Jane Keller Gordon, Assistant Editor Region - Blanca Bruso hit a dead end when researching her own Puerto Rican roots using Ancestry.com. But she...

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...

Putts & More: A for-profit business with a nonprofit feel

Welcoming people of all abilities   By Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer    Holliston - The story of Putts & More Family Fun Center, a beautifully designed 18-hole...

Former graphic designer created new career as jewelry designer

By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Swampscott - Nancy Marland had a 30-year career as a self-employed graphic designer, but at age 55 she decided that...

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...