I recently had the pleasure of meeting with Sue Loring, owner of The Quilted Crow and Bolton resident. Ever since The Quilted Crow opened in then newly renovated 626 Main Street, Bolton has become a destination location for quilters from all over the region. The Quilted Crow began as an internet business in 2000 and […]
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Bolton resident’s, Dr. Amy Clark and Dr. Brett Gaby, and their newly formed business, Bolton Equine Center, are the excited new owners of the former Girl Scout Camp, known as Camp Virginia. The property located on Rt 85 in Bolton, MA went on the market about two years ago when the Girl Scouts decided to […]
Phineas Wright House “Too much goodness not to share” is how Wendy Harrop, owner of The Phineas Wright House in Bolton, would describe her property. The Phineas Wright House was built in 1785 by the third reverend of the First Parish Church in Bolton. In the last 230 years only five other families have lived […]
If you live in Bolton, I’m sure you’ve enjoyed a chocolate covered Oreo, peppermint patty, or one of the other decadent chocolates Colonial Candies offers… and if you haven’t you should!! I had the pleasure of meeting with Richard Hebert, who along with his wife Grace, own and operate Colonial Candies located, coincidentally, on Sugar […]
I recently had the pleasure to meet with Robert McCulley & Cait Bagby of Long Hill Farm located at 96 Long Hill Road in Bolton. I can hardly put into words the amazing job they have done on the extensive restoration of their 1810 home, farm and fruit & vegetable garden! Robert & Cait grew […]
Continuing the Bolton Economic Development Committee’s series on highlighting local farms and promoting our “Backyard Bolton” market being held on the Town Common several Saturday’s during August & September, I recently sat down with Eric & Kristen Schartner of Schartner Farms located on West Berlin Road in Bolton. The farm was started in the late […]
In the weeks leading up to Backyard Bolton on the Bolton Town Common, the Economic Development Committee wants to highlight some of our local small farms who will be attending the market. I recently sat down with Conor and Annemarie Nagle and their children who own Newgrange Farm located on Green Road. The farm is […]
Have you ever driven past the 495 interchange towards Bolton’s historical center and admired the majestic white colonial residence and beautifully restored barn that is home to Bolton Global Capital? If so, you can thank founder and CEO, Ray Grenier. This historic property is a Bolton landmark and featured attraction of New England fall foliage […]
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