BRTC features a state-of-the-art lighting system, climate control and impeccably clean and modern locker rooms and social areas.
All of our staff members share the common mission of improving your tennis skills and your enjoyment of the game, no matter what your age, level or goals!
This is my fifth time at Whittier over the past ten years for three different reasons. Turchetta gave me excellent care and understood all my needs. Medical and therapy staff such as, Nii, Moses, Joe, Michelle, Heather, Christa, Joslyn et al were always willing to help. Larry was extremely helpful with my respiratory needs.
In every case the expert care and consideration shown by you and your staff have been the basis for my complete recovery. Your nurses were excellent and understanding, especially Lindsey. Disinfecting & cleaning were constant and established the feeling that the constant protection would assure a quick and uncomplicated recovery. They all had the same “you can do it so try attitude.” You should be proud of your great team. Whittier Rehabilitation Hospital Westborough Caring for our patients and employees is part of Whittier Health Network’s tradition of excellence since 1982.
Bass River Tennis Club in Beverly, MA, is focused on exceeding the expectations of our members. Bass River Tennis Club hosts leagues and exhibitions.
Club members of all ages and levels can choose from countless programs.Retirement Communities in Massachusetts are surrounded with history.They center on historic towns and activities that have endured through the centuries.Hoatson said the investigation of a teacher concerning claims he drugged and raped a student has caused another student to come forward with allegations of abuse dating to the 1960s.LAWRENCE — The leader of a recovery group for sexual abuse survivors said he was saddened, but not surprised, to hear a former Central Catholic High School student say he was drugged and raped by a teacher."Now, we wait. Robert Hoatson, founder and leader of Road to Recovery.Danvers Plains took advantage of important crossroads and the introduction of the railroad in the 1840s to become the prominent commercial center. Joseph Putnam, uncle of one of the "bewitched girls," lived here in 1692. Israel Putnam, American commander Bunker Hill was born here in 1718. Originally owned in 1636 by Townsend Bishop, this land was occupied by Francis Nurse, whose wife, Rebecca, was accused of witchcraft in April of 1692 and was executed the following July. The house was torn down in 1784 and excavated beginning in 1970. This Georgian style gambrel roof structure was built by Jeremiah Page, early Danvers brickmaker. Thomas Gage, Commander of British forces in North America and Royal Governor of the colony, used the left, front room as his Royal Office. Joseph Peabody for an estate to hide his cargoes from British capture. Endicott, Jr., son of the Secretary of War under Cleveland, transformed the home into a stylish Georgian Revival country mansion in the 1890s.