“Best Of Worcester” by Worcester Magazine The Willows at Worcester was recently designated Best Senior Living Community by Worcester Magazine. The award was voted on by Worcester Magazine’s readers who believe The Willows far exceeds any other senior living community….
Westborough-based SALMON Health and Retirement announces Edward Blake and Richard Gordon joined their management team this week in newly created positions as Director of Operations and Director of Sales, respectively. Blake has 30 years of experience in senior housing and healthcare,….
The Willows at Worcester received the most votes in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette Readers’ Choice Contest, taking First Place as “Best of Central Mass Retirement Community”! The Willows at Worcester’s Executive Director Andy Freilich was delighted they walked away with First….
SALMON Health and Retirement is pleased to introduce an additional service offering for our continuum of care: SALMON Private Care Options. This supplementary range of services was formed to meet the various and changing needs of people choosing to remain….
SALMON Health and Retirement broke ground on its new assisted living residences on Tuesday, June 21st at 675 South Main Street, Sharon, MA. Financed with a construction loan from Middlesex Savings Bank, the new 106,000-square-foot, 88-apartment building will incorporate both….
Director of Marketing Communications Kate Salmon-Robinson is proud to announce SALMON Health and Retirement’s mobile website was recognized with a 2015 merit award from the National Mature Media Awards in the category of Mobile Resource: Mobile Website. These awards are….
Helen M. Salmon, 97, of The Willows at Westborough, formerly of Northborough and Sutton, died peacefully Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015 with her family at her side. Born Feb. 3, 1918 in Worcester to the late Henry and Harriet (Orton) Goulden,….
SALMON Health and Retirement announced today that it has officially launched its dramatically redesigned website, SalmonHealth.com. The new site showcases each of SALMON’s seven service levels and six campuses to provide a comprehensive overview of their continuum of care, including….
Tables at The Willows at Worcester overflow with more than 50 handmade teddy bears, which were created by a group of residents called the Charity Cherubs for donation to Why Me & Sherry’s House in Worcester. The project was completed….