What Worcester is talking About
Bathsheba Spooner was the first woman executed after the signing of the Declaration of Independence. Convicted of masterminding the murder of her husband this loyalist to the crown was hung on July 2, 1778 before a crowd of 5,000 in the public square in Worcester.
How’d you like to hang out with Celtics/Holy Cross legend Bob Cousy? Proceeds from this one of a kind auction, for a meet and greet with Bob Cousy will benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.
Worcester City Manager Ed Augustus will recommend approval of the Fiscal Year 2023 Budget for City Council review and consideration at the City Council meeting tonight. BUT we talked with him about it this morning!
Caring for our aging loved ones is a big responsibility. And there are many factors you should be considering when it comes to helping them achieve their health goals.
In this edition of the Podcast of the Worcester Business Development Corporation - Craig Blais, President and CEO of the WBDC is joined by Jie Chen, Senior Vice President of Wuxi Biologics and Bill Atchison, Senior Vice President, Head of Global Manufacturing for...
May is Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) Heritage Month! On today’s Voice of Business episode, we’ll be chatting with some AAPI-owned Chamber member businesses in an effort to highlight their companies and amplify their voices!
Dr. Michael Hirsh is the Atlas Distributing Difference Maker of the month.
As the City of Worcester’s Medical Director, Doctor Michael Hirsh has been instrumental in the battle against the coronavirus.
You receive a message from someone interested in hiring you. It might come through email, text, or even a social media platform. At first, this “recruiter” seems professional.
Karyn Rhodes, VP/Director Complete Payroll Solutions on the Equal Pay Act in MA and how companies can avoid wage discrimination.
Martin Connors, President and CEO, of Rollstone Bank and Trust introduces us to the bank and explains how it got its name. A rich 175 year history in the Fitchburg and Leominster area.
Join Realtor Diane Casey-Luong and a team of experts including Mark Wamback of Bank of England at the Homes for Heroes event. Wednesday May 11th from 5:30-7:30 PM at Joey’s Bar and Grill, 344 Chandler St. in Worcester.
Dr. Charles also gives us a “Behind the Seams” story on Bronson Arroyo and A-Rod and on The Music of Baseball hear how Joan Jett loves not only Rock and Roll but the Baltimore Orioles as well.
On this edition of Tercentennial Talk Hank and Amy are joined by Sandy Dunn from the DCU Center. They talk about the history of the DCU, some big anniversaries and the DCU Center's involvement in the Worcester Tercentennial. Worcester is celebrating three hundred...
On an average day in Worcester County, 1,700 abused, neglected, or exploited children live in foster care because they cannot safely live at home. CASA Project recruits, trains, and screens community volunteers to become Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs)....
With the start of the Worcester Red Sox season and the upcoming Tercentennial celebration more visitors than ever are coming to the city.