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By Tom Burke  |  Veteranscribes Blog
 
It was just that three-letter word, relates author Catherine Marenghi, that set her firmly on her way to a prosperous business career.
 
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March 13, 2018  |  Framingham Source Editor Susan Petroni
 
FRAMINGHAM – On International Women’s Day, the United Way of Tri-County hosted the 2018 Athena Luncheon to recognize 14 finalists and announce the two
winners of the 2018 ATHENA Leadership Award ® .
 
The winners were Nishita Roy-Pope, from Dell EMC Global Centers of Excellence, and Susanne Morreale Leeber, President and CEO of...

Eileen Davis works in her office at the Call2Talk mental health and emotional support call line in Framingham Friday.
She will be taking over the statewide Mass 2-1-1 referral service [Daily News Staff Photo/Ken McGagh]

 
By Jim Haddadin | Daily News Staff 
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The United Way of Tri-County although once perceived as the middle man, now operates a hybrid model of serving people in the community with child literacy, mental health, food security and employment programs. President and CEO, Paul Mina...

By Christina Wynn

PITTSFIELD — Many of us know someone — a friend or a relative — who was directly affected by the trio of monster hurricanes or ferocious wildfires that impacted many areas of our country this past year. Perhaps they were forced to evacuate, leaving behind the home they had built along with all their personal belongings, and were in need of shelter, clothes and basic necessities. Maybe they could stay in their home,...

MARLBOROUGH - Four Marlborough nonprofits were recently awarded $2,100 from the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Foundation’s Community Spirit 9/11 Mini-Grant program.
 
The Society of St. Vincent DePaul Mission Church Conference and Marlborough Community Cupboard each received $550. Crossroads School and Special Olympics Massachusetts - which is headquartered in the city - were awarded $500.
 
Harvard...
By Jim Haddadin | MetroWest Daily News
 
FRAMINGHAM — With its staff and volunteers under a new roof, the Framingham Salvation Army Corps is retooling for the future.
 
The group, which recently left its home of more than 30 years on Concord Street, is adopting a new focus on youth and family services at its new facility on Howard Street.
 
The Framingham Corps recently...
By Jim Haddadin, Daily News Staff 
 
FRAMINGHAM — The United Way of Tri-County is seeking nominations for its annual awards honoring adult and youth volunteers.
 
The group will present its MetroWest/495 Corridor Volunteer of the Year and Youth Volunteer of the Year awards at a ceremony this spring. The awards recognize two people who have shown outstanding dedication and commitment in their...
United Way of Tri-County is seeking nominations to recognize two volunteers for their hard work and dedication serving the community.
 
The awards will be given at the United Way’s April 5th Recognition Breakfast at the Sheraton Hotel and Conference Center in Framingham.
 
Awards include a Youth Volunteer of the Year (ages of 12-18), and a Volunteer of the Year (over 18). All nominees must have...

Today’s significant winter storm brings with it blizzard conditions with snow totals up to 18″ in areas, damaging winds, and coastal flooding. Following the storm, bitterly cold weather, with wind chill values of -15 to -35, will return on Friday and persist into the weekend. For an a list of local warming shelters visit Mass211.org

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