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Guillermo Creamer On Nativity School Controversy

Guillermo Creamer On Nativity School Controversy

Nativity School graduate Guillermo Creamer, class of ’08, joined “Talk of the Commonwealth” and spoke about his experience at the school and how it is steeped in the Catholic faith.

Voice of Businesses Look at Summer

Voice of Businesses Look at Summer

On this week’s edition of Voice of Businesses presented by The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce a look at summer with Blackearth Compost Founder Conor Miller. Mark Richardson Director of Horticulture, New England Botanical Garden at Tower Hill. Gwen Weissinger from the Regional Environmental Council talks about Farmers Markets and opportunities for young people. Plus, the CEO of Unibank, Michael Welch tells us about a huge announcement from the Unibank Charitable Trust and the continuing celebration of Unibank 150 plus two.

WORCESTER PODCASTS

Improving Your Health with Fallon Health’s Richard Burke
WBDC-PODCAST

WBDC PODCAST – Economic Development Coordinating Council

On this episode Roberta Brien, Executive V.P. of the WBDC and Peter Dunn, Chief Development Officer City of Worcester. Find out about the work of the Economic Development Coordinating Council (EDCC). This group helps shape the direction of Worcester, making sure elected officials and others know where the city is headed and what it needs to achieve its goals.

Voice of Businesses Look at Summer

On this week’s edition of Voice of Businesses presented by The Worcester Regional Chamber of Commerce a look at summer with Blackearth Compost Founder Conor Miller. Mark Richardson Director of Horticulture, New England Botanical Garden at Tower Hill. Gwen Weissinger from the Regional Environmental Council talks about Farmers Markets and opportunities for young people. Plus, the CEO of Unibank, Michael Welch tells us about a huge announcement from the Unibank Charitable Trust and the continuing celebration of Unibank 150 plus two.

Joy Guru Humanitarian Services

Joy Guru Humanitarian Services was founded by Dr. Satya Mitra and his wife Sheema Mitra. This is another example of how Dr. Mitra gives back unselfishly to the community, something he says his guru taught him. Dr. Mitra hopes that at some point Joy Guru Humanitarian Services will find a permanent home in Worcester. He is presently looking at buildings in the city to house the diverse works of Joy Guru. Joy Guru helps the visually impaired, helps women with self defense and works with the city’s immigrant community, most recently helping with the settlement of our allies from Afghanistan, and much more. Now, hear the story behind these good works and what drives Dr. Mitra to make the world a better place.

Scammers Now Impersonating Our Friends?!

Scammers have moved beyond impersonating government agencies and major retailers, now they are impersonating our friends! Nancy Cahalen President/CEO Better Business Bureau Serving Central & Western MA and Northeastern CT has tips for keeping you safe.

CEO Martin Connors talks about Wealth Management

On this edition of the Rollstone Bank and Trust podcast President and CEO Martin Connors talks about Wealth Management.  Wealth Management is a critical part of Rollstone Bank and Trust.  Connors speaks to us about traditional trust and the brokered dealer platform. ...

Tercentennial Weekend June 10th, 11th and 12th

One of the highlights of Tercentennial Weekend June 10th, 11th and 12th will be the parade Saturday morning. One of the highlights of the parade will be the giant marionettes representing the different ethnic groups in the city. Representatives from the Creative Hub, Guardians of Traditions, The Hector Reyes House and the artist behind the marionettes talk about a collaboration that will not only honor the city but that has bound the participants together.

Episode 1 – CASA Project Podcast

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)....

Discover Central MA Podcast Episode 3

On this edition of the Discover Central MA podcast we learn more about the role of DCM in the community and get you ready for summer. We take you to the ribbon cutting of Nuestra, a new restaurant at 55 Pearl St. in the city. 3Step Sports which helps with the branding of youth sports. They can help you with tournaments, club sports, apparel and media content. The Mercantile has been a hit since opening in Worcester. Featuring a rooftop bar, this 500 seat venue is the “it” place to go for young professionals and more. The Mercantile is helping transform the downtown district as a true destination.

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