Welcome to Massachusetts!

Recently, US News & World Report ranked our state as the Number 1 State in the Union! You can read about it here: Click here

For families with children, Massachusetts is ranked as the Number 1 State for Education. In fact, Massachusetts scored with the top ranked countries in the world on the PISA Reading, Science, and Math tests. For more information, click here.

For general information on towns of interest we suggest four primary web resources:
  • the town web site;
  • wikipedia (en.wikipedia.org/townname,-massachusetts.html);
  • wickedlocal.com – a local news site (you select the town);
  • and, the MA Department of Education profiles (profiles.doe.mass.edu)

The profiles for many of the towns where we do business are included below. Click on the towns to open up a quick summary page which includes all the links mentioned above.

Acton

Acton was incorporated in 1735 and is a community of approximately 23,000 (21,924 in 2010 census). The town is west-northwest of Boston along Route...

Bedford

Bedford was first settled in about 1640 and incorporated in 1729. It is a community of approximately 15,000 (13,329 in 2010 census). The town is...

Bolton

Bolton is an agricultural and residential town located approximately 25 miles north-northwest of Boston. In 2010, the population of Bolton was...

Boxborough

Boxborough was incorporated in 1783 and currently has approximately 5,500 residents (4,996 in 2010 Census). The town is west-northwest of Boston...

Carlisle

Carlisle is approximately 22 miles northwest of Boston. Carlisle was first created as a district of Concord in 1754, but was not incorporated as a...

Concord

Incorporated in 1635, the town was the first Massachusetts settlement away from the tidewater on a non-navigable river. In 2015, the Census Bureau...

Harvard

Harvard is located about 25 miles west-northwest of Boston along Route 2. It was originally settled in 1658 and incorporated in 1735. The town has...

Lexington

Lexington is northwest of Boston. I-95/Rt 128 is on its western border and Route 2 runs along the south of town.Lexington was first settled in 1641...

Lincoln

Lincoln was incorporated in 1754 and is northwest of Boston along the Route 2 corridor and just west (approx. 1/2 mile) of I-95/Rt 128. The...

Littleton

Littleton was first settled in 1686 and incorporated on November 2, 1714. The town was the site of the sixth "Praying Indian" village in New...

Maynard

Maynard is approximately 25 miles northwest of Boston with a population of over 10,000 (10,106 in 2010). It was originally a mill town carved out of...

Stow

Stow is a rural community approximately 21 miles northwest of Boston. It was incorporated in 1683 and had a population of 6,590 in 2010. Stow boasts...

Sudbury

Sudbury was incorporated in 1639 and has a rich colonial history. When incorporated, Sudbury contained all of what is now Wayland, parts of...

Wayland

Wayland is a residential community approximately 15 miles west of Boston on Route 20 "Boston Post Road". The population in 2015 was estimated as...

Westford

Westford is a town of over 22,000 residents (21,951 in 2010) northwest of Boston along I-495. It was originally part of Chelmsford, but was...