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Patricia A. Fernandes, 68

December 28th, 2007

Hockessin, Del. – Patricia Ann Fernandes, 68, formerly of Hudson, died Sunday, Dec. 16, 2007 at her home. She leaves her husband, Tony Fernandes; her father, John Rocco; her brother, Al Rocco and his wife, Christine; her children and their spouses, Mark and Lynn Fernandes, Gina Szymanski and her friend, Frank Miller, Amy Fernandes and […]

St. Michael School to host Open House

December 28th, 2007

Hudson – The St. Michael School in Hudson invites all interested families to attend the annual Open House for New Enrollment Sunday Jan. 6, 2008, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. St. Michael Elementary School is a faith-centered school, with grades kindergarwere ten one (for 4-year-olds) through eight. Visitors can view classrooms, discuss the curriculum, […]

MIES holds parent-teacher conferences

December 28th, 2007

Marlborough – Parents and teachers contributed to making the Marlborough Intermediate Elementary School a beehive of activity Dec. 17. In their daughter Ana Johnston's fourth-grade classroom Ana's father, Evon, and mother, Lynne, meet with teacher (right) Laura Strait at this semester's parent-teacher conferences.

Good nutrition is one key to a good education

December 28th, 2007

Grafton – When reaching for an after-school snack, it can be very difficult for some children to choose carrots over chips, bananas over brownies. But a diet that consists of fast food, soda and other unhealthy food items can have negative effects on a child's health that carries into adulthood. The number of children who […]

Ernest A. Balabanis Sr., 71

December 28th, 2007

Southborough – Ernest A. Balabanis Sr., 71, died Thursday, Dec. 13, 2007 at Marlborough Hospital after suddenly being stricken ill at home. He leaves his wife of 20 years, Janet Purney-Balabanis; his children, Ernest Balabanis Jr., Ellen Ann Balabanis and Theo Balabanis; his sisters, Marilyn Moriarty and Claire Ehntholt; and nieces and nephews. Born in […]

Selectmen call current fees unfair

December 21st, 2007

Shrewsbury – Two members of the Board of Selectmen called the town's current fees for athletics and after-school activities unfair during a fiscal year (FY) 2009 public hearing Dec. 11. Prompted by a question from the audience, Chair Maurice DePalo and Selectman Moira Miller both said they believed the fees unfairly targeted middle school and […]

Marlborough girls beat Leominster

December 21st, 2007

Marlborough – The scoreboard tells the story as Marlborough girls hoop coach Pat Kiley offers some final minute encouragement in the Panthers' Dec. 14, 45-42 win over Leominster.

‘Mr. Raindrop’ visits preschoolers

December 21st, 2007

Shrewsbury – Siblings Erik, 5, and Annika Bakken, 3, of Shrewsbury get a chance to meet "Mr. Raindrop" during a children's water conservation program held at the Shrewsbury Public Library Dec. 7. Preschoolers had the opportunity to hear stories, work on a craft, and meet Mr. Raindrop. The program was presented by Water Conservation Coordinator […]

Amnesty period at Shrewsbury library

December 21st, 2007

Shrewsbury – Again this year, the Trustees of the Shrewsbury Public Library have approved an amnesty period for the return of materials with fines attached. The "Start the New Year with a Clean Slate" amnesty began Dec. 16 and will run through Wednesday Jan. 2, 2008. During that time, no fines will be charged for […]

Marlborough, Hudson wrestlers meet

December 21st, 2007

Marlborough/Hudson – Marlborough High's James Symes (top) has his hands full with Hudson High's Jordan Ware, in the Hawks' 49-28 victory over Marlborough Dec. 12.

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