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As summer winds down and folks return from vacations and ease back into the school year, it doesn’t mean the end of going out and being active. In fact, the next few months are perfect for enjoying the many opportunities that exist right here in our region. And there is no shortage of opportunities, beginning this Saturday at Norwood Day in Norwood Center. Read more »

Back-to-School Advice for PARENTS: 8 tips to keep you sane! By Dr. Meenakshi Kumar

So, the time has come! The start of a new school year is often the time we realize that our children have grown a little bit more, becoming independent young women and men, yet there is so much for us parents to get done and coordinate each day! How do you stay balanced when there is so much to accomplish? Read more »

Healthy Lifestyle: Changing Habits Can Improve Vitality and Energy By Wendie Trubow, MD, MBA

Okay, I'll admit that I'm a creature of habit -- it generally works for me. But looking back, I can identify a few notable times that highlight the need for change. Read more »

Business After Hours by NVCC Intern Zach Maltz

I was more comfortable prior to the Business After Hours event at the Summer Shack because I had already been introduced to the fundamentals of networking. In comparison with the noon networking event, Business After Hours was much less structured. Read more »

Are You Smarter Than a 5th Grader?

What's more annoying than "Back to School" ads that begin running in July, when summer vacation has just begun? Whether as parents or students, I think we all appreciate a little bit of space between the end of the school year and the onslaught of school advertising. Read more »

Which Side of Your Hand Are You Looking At? by Dr. Wendie Trubow

Have you ever noticed how your perspective influences how you interpret things? Who hasn't been in a situation where they have felt misunderstood or under appreciated, when in reality that person was only trying to help? Sometimes shaking up our perspective can make all the difference in the world. In addition to appreciating ourselves, it can also help us to live more vibrantly. Read more »

By Keeping In Touch

I was taught a valuable professional lesson from my parents. The lesson being that to keep truly connected, you must make the time to meet with former employers, colleagues and business friends for a quick coffee, lunch or drink to catch up. Yes, social media has made this easy, but it sometimes lacks the sincerity of human nature. Read more »

Support Needed for 93/95 Interchange in Canton

The centerpiece of Governor Deval Patrick's budget proposal was a commitment to investing in the state's transportation infrastructure. This included specific funding for many long-awaited transportation projects like the Route 93/95 Interchanges in Canton and Woburn and the South Coast Commuter Rail. The legislature agreed with the notion of investing in transportation as a priority for the state, but at a much smaller price tag. In fact, just last week they approved a plan that the Governor has already promised to veto. Read more »

The Doctor Is In

The medical industry is proliferating here in the Neponset Valley as evidenced by several new businesses that have joined the Chamber of late; Care Central in Stoughton (urgent care), Doctors Express in Dedham (urgent care), HopeHealth (hospice), New England Baptist Hospital (opening an orthopedic center in Dedham) just to name a few. Read more »

Better Than Best

I was saddened to hear last week that Ann Buckingham had passed away. Ann was 93, and I hadn't seen her in over 10 years. She was an active member of the Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce for many years, so some of you certainly knew her, but I'm guessing most did not since she had retired many years ago. Read more »

Stay Ahead of the Curve with Neponset Valley Chamber of Commerce Seminars By Lynda Bassett

Sure, your calendar is crowded with things to do: meetings, deadlines and upcoming projects. In the midst of day-to-day responsibilities, it's hard to step back and take a look at the big picture. Read more »

And Now a Word About our Sponsor

I'm often asked by friends and even some family members if I still work for the town or the state. I'm happy to respond that I work for neither, that the Chamber is a private, non-profit organization funded almost entirely by the business community. Therefore, I work for you. Read more »

Why Should Business Blog?

Before I can answer why you as a business should blog, I must ask this... Read more »

Why Should You Get Involved

Guest Blog: Lynda Bassett, Copywriter, blogger and NVCC Volunteer Read more »

Reservations for 500, please

Flavors of the Neponset Valley Read more »

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