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Rehoboth's Village Cemetery

By Thomas D'Agostino

The Village Cemetery in Rehoboth, Massachusetts, is host to a most unfriendly ghost, or at least those who have witnessed him seem to think so. Reported sightings of the apparition go back but a few decades but the haunt seems to be of Victorian origin. Those who have witnessed him say he is dressed in period clothing, but he certainly is not... Read More

bankHometown Kicks off 16th Annual Pajama Drive for Local Children in need during the Holidays

OXFORD, MA:  bankHometown kicked off their 16th annual pajama drive on November 26 with a challenge to residents to help support local children in need of new pajamas or slippers.

From now until December 15, all 13 bankHometown branches will be accepting pajama donations for children sizes 4T and up, as well as small and medium sizes in men and women. Pajamas must be in complete sets (top and bottom) or an appropriate nightgown. The... Read More

New Tillyer House keeps it local at Publick House

By Rod Lee

Excitement was already running high in the place named Tillyer House even before the dignitaries and well-wishers swooped in to offer their congratulations on an official grand opening and ribbon-cutting ceremony the afternoon of November 29th.

Connie Pion who is director of sales for The Publick House Historic Inn & Country Motor Lodge on Rt. 131 (On the Common) in Sturbridge and Michael J. Glick who is general... Read More

Nov. 23, 2018 Blackstone Valley North