The Society of St. Vincent de Paul is quietly building the infrastructure of giving back beneath St. Brigid's. For many of us, a church hall holds many memories. Maybe it was school lunch, maybe a play, maybe bingo night or "coffee and" after mass. For others,
The Friends of the Millbury Public Library organized Millbury's first town-wide yard sale on Saturday, October 8, 2022. Jeff Raymond (full disclosure: Jeff Raymond is president of the Friends) visited a number of the locations and provides some dispatches. On Riverlin Street, two families came together to sell
NOTE: Founding Editor Chris Naff is a member of the Board of Selectmen. Naff has no editorial input on Board of Selectmen news or information in regard to the Bramanville Tribune. The Board of Selectmen met at Town Hall at 6:00pm. Mary Krumsiek, Katie McKenna, and Scott Despres attended
A couple items on the site today: * A recap of last night's Planning Board meeting, which featured the initial public hearing for Wonderland Cannabis Company (who held their public impact meeting last week) and a wide-ranging discussion on the MBTA zoning changes. * Throwback Tuesday provides look back on
The Millbury Planning Board met on September 26, 2022. Richard Gosselin, Paul Piktelis, Bruce DeVault, Terry Burke Dotson, and Francis DeSimone present. There was a public hearing regarding Wonderland Cannabis Company's special permit for a marijuana dispensary at 11 McCracken Road. Mike St. Onge of Grafton, co-owner, represented
Wonderland Cannabis Co. held a public meeting to answer questions from the public regarding their upcoming cannabis dispensary.
In a Facebook post on September 20, 2022, Shari Hanson announced that, after 11 years, Scales would be closing permanently. "It is with a very heavy heart that I have had to make the decision to close Scales permanently," she wrote, adding "I also have to thank