Things to do in the Attleboro area and beyond | Restaurant Bites

Expo for the Senses returning to downtown Attleboro Expo for the Senses returns to downtown Attleboro on Saturday, June 25, after a three-year hiatus. (Rain date is June 26.) The Expo will run from 4 to 7 pm on the east side of the railroad arch in the area of ​​City Hall and the Attleboro … Read more

Old Office Accessories Still Working At Home Offices | Home & Family

Whether you work at home or at a business, items once made long ago as desk items are still useful and decorative. Collectors have rediscovered the humble paper clip, blotters and letter openers as not only decorative, but functional. We still use paper clips, don’t we? Depending on their age, material and who made them, … Read more

Art in the High Country | Mountain Times

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A Woonsocket institution, Debbie’s Pet Salon closes doors after 45 years | News

WOONSOCKET – At 19, Deb Cote approached her mother and told her she wanted to open her own pet grooming salon. “She gave me $ 2,000 and I started, and I haven’t stopped,” Cote told The Breeze. “I spent every bit of that $ 2,000 and I made it. I made it through. ” Now, … Read more

Antiques Detective: Stickley Brothers Created Objects Besides Furniture | Home & Family

As collectors of Stickley brothers arts and crafts furniture have discovered, the Stickleys also made many decorative pieces in metals and wood in their Craftsman Workshops. While Gustav Stickley introduced his distinctive arts and crafts-designed furniture in 1900, the brothers did not begin making decorative objects. Among the items created were boxes, inkwells, bowls, trays, … Read more

Russell Convalescent Home demolished | News

RUSSELL The Russell Convalescent Home, a hotly contested topic since early May 2021, was resolved when demolition began on the now empty building. The structure, once the residence of 20 patients under convalescent care, had been empty for some time after the business was closed and residents relocated to other facilities. There have been many … Read more

Kentucky Apple Festival to return after two years | News

After two years of cancellations due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Kentucky Apple Festival is set to return to Paintsville for its 58th iteration this fall. According to Apple Board Chairman Ray Tosti, the festival will retain its long-standing mission of serving local non-profit organizations and will be held on Sept. 30 and Oct. 1, … Read more

This, That and the Other | Editorial

Hey Neighbors! Whew what a weekend. Everyone was out and about and the weather was just about perfect. Kudos to the car and horse show organizers, great 1st events of the season! I saw several candidates out asking for votes, which is exactly the kind of hard work you want to be seeing from the … Read more

On the Clock: Local clocksmiths reflect on present, future of profession | Regional News

Chad Sopp, owner of Timesmith Antiques in Dryden, poses for a photo at the store on March 30. (Photo: Ash Bailot) For Chad Sopp, all it took for him to “catch the bug” was being given an old, beat-up Waltham pocket watch from his father as a kid. “The fascination for me came from the … Read more