Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Town of Natick is currently looking to fill six different positions.
There are currently six job vacancies that Natick is looking to fill, according to the Town of Natick website. Here are the employment opportunities that are available: 1. The Natick Housing Authority is looking for a Director of Maintenance and Modernization. 2. The Natick Police Department is looking for a Meter Enforcement Operator. This position is part-time. 3. The police are also looking for a part-time dispatcher. 4. A new Building Commission is needed. 5. The Recreation and Parks Department is looking for a head nurse at Camp Woodtrail at Kennedy Middle School. 6. Lastly, the town is looking for a PR Comptroller. If you are interested in any of these positions, or know someone who's qualified, simply go to the town's website to …
Tuesday, May 21, 2013
Do you know anyone who's qualified for them?
The Natick Public Schools currently list 13 teacher openings on their website. Do you know anyone who might be qualified? Tell them to apply! Here are just some of the teaching positions that the Natick Public Schools are looking to fill: 1. Elementary School Physical Education Teacher 2. High School French Teacher 3. High School Mandarin Teacher 4. High School Chemistry Teacher 5. High School Physics Teacher 6. Middle School Social Studies Teacher 7. Middle School English Language Arts Teacher
Monday, May 20, 2013
Cognex Corp. was named to the Boston Globe's list of top 100 publicly held Massachusetts companies.
Cognex Corp., a company headquartered in Natick that develops and manufactures machine vision and industrial ID systems, has been named to the Boston Globe 100, a list of publicly traded Massachusetts companies ranked by composite score. Cognex came in at number 69 on the list after taking in over $324 million in revenue in 2012 with more than $68 million in net income. Cognex is traded on NASDAQ (stock symbol CGNX).
Sunday, May 19, 2013
Taglio Salon is holding a Salon-A-Thon today where proceeds from several services will benefit The One Fund Boston. Participants can also win fun prizes by purchasing raffle tickets with those proceeds also going to The One Fund Boston.
Earlier this week we asked readers who makes the best sandwich in town and received several different responses.
Saturday, May 18, 2013
If passed, the legislation would go into effect from Sunday, Aug. 11 through Thursday, Aug. 15.
The Joint Committee on Revenue in the Massachusetts legislature held a hearing this week on the notion of a potential meals tax holiday for August and one supporting group liking its chances. According to the state's Restaurant and Business Alliance (R.A.B.A), the hearing held Tuesday, May 14 for the Meals Tax Holiday Bill saw "no sign of opposition" to the measure. Twelve legislators have signed on to the bill primarily sponsored by Rep. Keiko Orrall of Lakeville and Sen. Michael O. Moore of Millbury. If passed, the legislation would go into effect from Sunday, Aug. 11 through Thursday, Aug. 15. "We should offer a Meals Tax Holiday to benefit employees and small local business owners inside Massachusetts to help stimulate the economy," …
Natick Patch now has a jobs section that's easier to use and has more listings than it used to.
The newly launched site offers tips, info and digital know-how for small business owners.
Saturday, May 18
Patch has launched a new site to educate and empower small businesses with the digital tools, social media strategies and marketing know-how needed to ensure long-term growth. Readers will have access to exclusive interviews with well-known founders and CEOs and small business industry experts who share their experiences, advice and tips for success. One of the latest articles features an exclusive interview with successful real estate entrepreneur, Barbara Corcoran, founder of The Corcoran Group. In this Q&A, Corcoran discusses the how to take advantage of the size of a small businesses, and why making big “mistakes” made all the difference in her success. Click here to read about the tactics Corcoran used to grow her business. Additional…
Friday, May 17, 2013
Taglio Salon will hold their second annual Salon-A-Thon on Sunday, May 19.
Taglio Salon will hold their second annual Salon-A-Thon on Sunday from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. "We did this last year for the American Cancer Society," Taglio Salon stylist Laura Menendez said. "We do the Relay for Life and we did this along with the walk. This year we chose The One Fund Boston. It hits home. We just want to give back." No appointment is necessary and people can get hair cuts, manicures and eyebrow waxes on a first come, first serve basis with all proceeds going to the One Fund Boston. Cash or check will be accepted. Make checks out to "One Fund Boston." Raffle tickets will also be sold for $1 each. Prizes that can be won in the raffles include: These are just some of the prizes that can be won by purchasing raffle tickets. "…
The Chicken Bone Saloon on Route 135 was slapped with several Board of Health violations.
The Framingham Health Department inspector ordered The Chicken Bone to toss all of its food and identified more than a dozen violations that posed an imminent health hazard. There were 8 violations related to food borne illness risk factors. Framingham Board of Health Sanitarian Matt Armendo inspected The Chicken Bone on Tuesday, April 16. Armendo re-inspected the Route 135 restaurant and pub on Wednesday, April 17, for the critical violations identified the day before to make sure they were fixed. Many of the violations identified were almost identical to issues brought up during the production of the Spike TV show Bar Rescue 2 years ago, said Framingham Board of Health Chairman Michael Hugo. During the Tuesday, April 16 inspection …