Thursday, April 26, 2012
The studio will celebrate 13 years in business this November, including nine in Shrewsbury.
Name of Business: ClayTime Address: 124 Boston Tpke. Owner: Laurel Knox Years in business: ClayTime will have been in business for 13 years this November. It was located on Pleasant Street in Worcester for four years before moving to Shrewsbury. When was the business started: November 1999. Business Mentor: Knox said she does not have a business mentor. Reside: Dudley Family: Knox's mother, brother and sister live in New Hampshire. Like best about owning/running this business: "I like that it's different," Knox said, adding that there is always something going on and that the studio keeps busy. "I enjoy people, I enjoy kids ... It really is all about helping people make memories." Like least: "It's a business. It's 24/7. Even though it's …
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
Think PINK tonight by showing your support for Colonials Girls' Basketball.
Our weekday morning column, 5 Things You Need to Know, provides you with information that can help you plan your day and give you some fodder for water cooler conversations. 1. The Colonials for a Cure PINK Girl’s Basketball Game takes place tonight at 4pm at the Senior High School, 65 Holden St. The event is free. 2. Tonight at 6pm there will be a Telemark Demo by Eastern Mountain Sports at Ski Ward Ski Area, 1000 Main St. The free demos will be from 6 to 9pm with clinics from 7 to 8pm. 3. There is a Board of Assessors Meeting at the town hall, 100 Maple Ave., beginning at 8:30am. The public meeting will run until all agenda items have been addressed. 4. Eat too much over the past few days? Looking for a place to get back in shape? Get a…
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
We have some suggestions and would like to hear yours.
1. Many people tend to make fitness-related resolutions this time of the year. Here are some local gyms to help you keep them: 2. Maybe giving back is on your list. Here are some local places where you can volunteer: 3. If you don't have time to give, here are some ways you can help through financial donations: 4. A great resolution is to start a new hobby (or to commit more time to one you've already started). Here are some local places to help you get started: 5. Share your resolutions and/or plans and suggestions on how to keep them. Is there a resolution that you made last year and kept? Or did it not go quite the way you had planned and you're trying again this year? We invite you to share your comments below.