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The town of Holden maintains a small-town charm. The land where the town common now sits, was donated by a prominent patriot and the first governor of Massachusetts, John Hancock. Originally a rural farming area, Holden has grown into a prosperous, community-spirited municipality. Holden is in th...
01/28/2011
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Some great information if you are buying a foreclosed property. Some things to be prepared for. Thank you to Lisa from Remax for putting this post originally out there. Have a good day!This great information came accross my desk from Truila's ask Tara series.  I found the information very useful ...
01/28/2011
Mike Mueller from California recently posted the current statistics on Facebook and I found these so intriguing but not surprising because I have a Facebook addiction as well! Thank you Mike! Yup! It’s just like that…  Via: Online Schools   This post brought to you courtesy of Mike Mueller. Feel ...
01/27/2011
Home to the famous Grafton Flea Market, Grafton was originally occupied by a tribe of Nipmuc Indians and called "Hassanamisco", meaning place of small stones. During the 17th century, the town was then renamed "Grafton", in honor of Charles Fiitzroy, Duke of Grafton. Grafton is in the 01519 zip c...
01/27/2011
Known internationally as "Chair City", Gardner was once home to more than 20 chair factories that produced 4 million chairs per year. It is also referred to as the "Furniture Capital of New England". Gardner is also home to Mount Wachusett Community College and Heywood Hospital. It is in both the...
01/26/2011
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John Marshall  posted this blog recently that I surely can relate to. If we serve people, we can sell. Simple concept. I once heard a motivational say something very similar. "IF WE CAN HELP, WE CAN SELL!" Thank you John!Serve. Don't Sell! Have you ever noticed what makes a good salesperson, thin...
01/26/2011
Fitchburg is the third largest city in Worcester County and the birthplace of "Ameriie" Mi Marie Rogers who was a two time Grammy-nominated American Singer, songwriter, producer and actress, and Olympic Cyclist Art Longjso. Fitchburg's tradition is the Longsjo Classic bike race, which has been he...
01/25/2011
I'm sure you've seen this one before, but I wanted to help spread the word about Google launching Blogsearch. Gotta love Google! Thanks to Nestor and Katerina Gasset for putting the original blog out there!Google Launches Google Blogsearch- SEO Benefits Of Blogging!  Have you ever wanted to do a ...
01/25/2011
Thought I would start off the week with MUSIC! Here's a song that's very appropriate for the cold weather we are having in Worcester today! ENJOY!
01/24/2011
Most of Dudley was a Nipmuc Indian Burial Ground before being settled by Paul and William Dudley in 1714. Today, Dudley is a rural backdrop with poultry and dairy farms. It is also home to Nichols College, a business school. George Washington also camped here in 1776.  In those days, Dudley's fac...
01/23/2011
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