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Worcester woman made city the capital of the country’s Valentine industry

By Brett Peruzzi, Managing Editor WORCESTER - If you get a Valentine’s Day card today, you owe some measure of thanks to 19th century Worcester...

Celebrating famous Massachusetts residents during Black History Month

REGION - There are several very well-known Black people with Massachusetts ties who are justly celebrated in February during Black History Month. Former enslaved...

On This Day: Medicare Proposed by President Kennedy

REGION - On February 9, 1961, Massachusetts native son President John F. Kennedy asked Congress to approve a health insurance program for Americans 65...

On This Day: John L. Sullivan

REGION - On February 2, 1918, boxer John L. Sullivan died at age 59 at his home in Abington. The cause was believed to...

On This Day: John Updike

REGION - On January 27, 2009, author John Updike died of lung cancer in Danvers at the age of 76. He was an acclaimed novelist,...

Boston mourns passing of David Mugar, originator of Fourth of July fireworks show

By Brett Peruzzi, Managing Editor BOSTON - If you’ve ever enjoyed the Fourth of July fireworks at the Boston Pops concert at the city’s Hatch...
Roberto Mighty of Holden is producer and host of the new public television series “getting dot OLDER”. Photo/Celestial Media LLC

Holden producer/host documents ‘getting older’ on public television

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Culture Editor HOLDEN – Roberto Mighty of Holden hadn’t given much thought to aging until he turned 50. That’s when eye...
Daniel Faucher is known for creating distinctive bridal gowns.

Boston fashion designer got his start at an early age

By Kelley Walker Perry, Contributing Writer BOSTON - As a boy in upstate New York, Daniel Faucher raced other neighborhood children on bicycles to St....
Paul Tucker with his signage at Hudson Town Hall.

Marking 35 years of creating signage for downtown Hudson

By Ed Karvoski, Culture Editor HUDSON – Paul Tucker continues to create signs that complement the architecture of many businesses, nonprofits and landmarks in downtown...
These days, Cindy Campbell is communications director for AARP Massachusetts.

Many Roads Lead to Success

Former TV traffic reporter Cindy Campbell is now communications director for AARP MA By Kelley Walker Perry, Contributing Writer  BOSTON – Providing accurate and timely information...