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Colonials take Roy Conference championship

February 29th, 2008

Region – This puck, off the stick of Algonquin Regional's Ben Johnson (not shown), accounted for the Tomahawks' lone score in a 4-1 loss to Shrewsbury Feb. 20 at Westborough's North Star Youth Forum. Algonquin's Derek Shaw, who sent the puck out to Johnson, watches it float past Shrewsbury goalie Andrew Valliant. The Colonials' Mark […]

The world as a ‘village’

February 29th, 2008

Shrewsbury – (l to r) Calvin Coolidge School students Somil Jain, Logan Desilets and Sam Mack, author David Smith, and students Zitong Su, Mamadou Cisse, Katie Tarr and Srinidhi Raghav hold some of the versions of Smith's book "If the World were a Village, A Book about the World's People," during the author's visit to […]

Keating named 2007 Agent of the Year

February 29th, 2008

Marlborough – Company Vice President of Operations Nilton Lisboa of Weichert, Realtors® – Ernie Houde Associates has announced Wendy Lee Keating as Agent of the Year for 2007. Keating's overall achievements for the year followed numerous awards as top agent for the month. "Wendy has truly mastered the many techniques and skills of a top-notch […]

Kady joins Coldwell Banker's Northborough Office

February 29th, 2008

Nortborough – Dick Kady has recently joined the Coldwell Banker Northborough office. He is a longtime resident of Shrewsbury with 19 years of real estate experience. He is a member of the Worcester Real Estate Board, the Mass Association of Realtors and National Association of Realtors. His knowledge of the local market enables him to […]

Helicopter soldiers in Iraq find each day a test

February 29th, 2008

Editor's note: Doug Grindle, our Marlborough community reporter, has returned to the Middle East and is currently embedded with U.S. troops in Iraq. While there, he plans to send us articles whenever he can to provide our readers with glimpses of what is going on in the region. As always, we are grateful to Doug […]

Assabet girls basketball team enjoys successful season

February 29th, 2008

Marlborough – The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRTHS) girls basketball team's season to remember got derailed slightly Feb. 23 as the Aztecs lost to McCann Tech, 47-38, in the Small Schools Division Championship Game of the State Vocational School Tournament. At 18-4, the Aztecs have already won more games this season than anyone […]

Top Ten Things to Look For in a Realtor

February 29th, 2008

Choosing the right full-time realtor is just as important as the property you're buying or selling. Obtaining full-time service when buying or selling is the owner's or buyer's greatest asset. With full-time service, comes value that off sets savings customers expect from a discounter. If someone represents a client every so often, how can they […]

Gala honors association for 30 years of supporting fine arts

February 29th, 2008

Westborough – Keeping local musicians in the swing of things for 30 years – if the Westborough Music Parents Association (WMPA) needs a catchphrase, that could be it. The WMPA supports the school district's fine arts programs with an aggressive fund-raising campaign. The organization began in 1978, when the music program consisted of just a […]

Central One Federal Credit Union

February 29th, 2008

Shrewsbury – In the age of corporate mega-banks, financial institutions like Central One Federal Credit Union are striving to be as successful as they can be, while still maintaining a personal relationship with its customers and service community. Central One Federal Credit Union was established in 1952 as an occupation-based credit union for Massachusetts Electric […]

LeDuc leaves the saddle, others left jockeying for position

February 29th, 2008

Marlborough – In a surprise move last week, State Rep. Stephen P. LeDuc resigned his post to take the position of Assistant Clerk Magistrate with the Marlborough District Court. LeDuc's 11 years serving the Marlborough district followed six years of service on the Marlborough City Council.   LeDuc's announcement has potential candidates jockeying for position, […]

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