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More work needed on school budget

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – As Marlborough City Council voted to increase the city's budget by 4.3 percent for next year, city official s sai d mor e work needs to be done to finalize the school budget. The majority of the increase in the school budget can be traced to two major items. Most of the money […]

Friends of the Library host annual meeting

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – Gathered during the social hour of the annual meeting of the Friends of the Marlborough Public Library are (seated, l to r) charter member Rei Poole, Art Chair Nancy Bailey from Hopkinton, volunteer Patty Lampe, (standing, l to r) Secretary-Elect Mary Rowe, President Raymond Johnson, Vice President Teresa Stefanski, member Jeannette Pollard and […]

Letters

June 27th, 2008

Letters must be signed with name and address and include a telephone number for verification. The editor reserves the right to reject letters on the basis of length, libelous content and suitability. Letters under 350 words will not be edited for length. Longer letters may be edited, depending on space constraints. Deadline is Monday noon […]

Arts Alliance sponsors 11th annual Yesue Memorial Concert

June 27th, 2008

Hudson – As if on cue, the River's Edge Chorale, under the direction of Paul Johnson, sings "Singing in the Rain" as a light, brief drizzle sprinkles down on Wood Park during the 11th annual Yesue Memorial Concert, held June 18. Sponsored by the Arts Alliance, the concert also featured performances by the River's Edge […]

Third-graders explore Westborough history

June 27th, 2008

Westborough – One way to learn about history is from a book, but recently, thirdgraders in Westborough's three elementary schools used engravings on cemetery stones as their text at Memorial Cemetery in the middle of town. "This is my favorite place," Leslie Leslie of the Westborough Historical Society told third-graders from Hastings Elementary School May […]

Immaculate Conception School hosts eighth-grade graduation

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – Eighth-graders celebrate following their graduation from Immaculate Conception School in Marlborough earlier this month. The Class of 2008 boasted two co-valedictorians: Shannon Condon and William Macora.

City kicks off summer lunch program

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – The city kicked off its third annual children's free summer lunch program June 16. Attending the kick-off event were U.S. Rep. James P. McGovern, D, and State Sen. Pamela P. Resor, D-Acton, who both applauded the city for its eff orts to address local hunger. Also attending the event were members of the […]

Bluegrass music kicks off Saturday Morning Discovery Series

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – Rachel Brown and her son, Ryan, 5, applaud the bluegrass music performed by Wide Open Spaces with Peter Arick of Marlborough at the June 21 kick-off show of the Saturday Morning Discovery Series at Union Common. Sponsored by the city of Marlborough and the Arts Alliance, with help from local corporate sponsors, the […]

Foundation announces ‘Dollars for Scholars’ awards

June 27th, 2008

Marlborough – At the 18th annual Citizens' Scholarship Foundation (CSF) "Dollars for Scholars" award night, (l to r) ITAM Vets Post 45 Adjutant John Kivlighan presents three $2,000 scholarships to 2008 high school graduates. They are Marlborough High graduate Timothy Pacific, who is headed to St. Anselm College; Assabet Valley Regional Technical High graduate Danielle […]

Calendar

June 27th, 2008

27 Friday SSMT Presents “Back to the 80s” Shrewsbury Summer Music Theatre (SSMT) will present its summer musical production of “Back to the 80s” at 7 p.m. (also June 28) at Oak Middle School auditorium, Shrewsbury. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for seniors and students. For ticket info, call (508) 841-8826.  Tickets will also […]

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