Sudbury, MA was first incorporated as a town back in 1639. Interestingly enough, it was actually much bigger back then that it is now including parts of Wayland, Framingham, Marlborough, Stow, and Maynard. The town now is home to just over 18,000 residents and is most famously known for the Wayside Inn, owned and operated by the Howe family for many generations. It is said to be the country’s oldest operating
Sudbury, MA is also home to two former Boston Red Sox players Coco Crips, who played with Red Sox from 2006 to 2008 and lived in Sudbury for a short time and baseball hall of
Interstate Gas and Oil in Sudbury, MA
Interstate Gas and Oil of Sudbury has been providing residents of Sudbury, and the surrounding areas, oil and gas services for over 60 years. From our oil delivery to our annual service and tank protection, we work hard to make sure that your homes are heated and comfy even during the coldest of months.