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Fourth-grader donates ‘Locks of Love’

January 30th, 2009

Hudson – Earlier this month, Abigail Sprague shows off her 13-inch long donation to Locks of Love, an organization that provides wigs and other hairpieces to children suff ering from hair loss. Abigail is a fourth-grader at Farley School in Hudson.

Mark Toomy of ReMax First Choice

January 30th, 2009

Mark Toomy of ReMax First Choice is pleased to announce the real estate web site: www. HomeSearchMA.com has updated and improved! While most real estate web sites off er very little substance, usually gimmicks designed to find out who you are, we have taken a more professional consumer friendly approach. At www.HomeSearchMA.com you can find [...]

Top Ten Things to Look for in a Realtor

January 30th, 2009

Choosing a full-time real estate agent isn't about anticompetitive behavior or shutting out part-time discounters. It's about obtaining full-time service for the full-time job of selling or buying what's likely 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 [...]

Polito presents Education Reform and Relief Bill

January 30th, 2009

Westborough – Acknowledging that the district's schools will face tough times and tough decisions in the months, and possibly years, ahead because of the nation's and state's current economic recession, State Rep. Karyn E. Polito, R-Shrewsbury, is choosing to look at the good that can come from this difficult period. Polito unveiled her Education Reform [...]

Sports equipment to be distributed

January 30th, 2009

Westborough – Together, a Westborough Girl Scout Gold Award candidate and Westborough Youth and Family Services are hosting a sports equipment day. Previously donated sporting equipment will be available for those in need of it. The event will be Saturday Jan. 31 at the Forbes Building Auditorium (second floor above the police station, 45 West [...]

Parents learn about risks of technology

January 30th, 2009

Westborough – Parents must be aware of what their children are using the Internet and cell phones for, not only to prevent bullying but also to keep their children safe and teach them how to protect their information and their futures. That was the message Dr. Elizabeth Englander gave to a crowd of parents at [...]


January 30th, 2009

30 Friday Hudson High School Improv Troupe The Drama Department at Hudson High School, 69 Brigham St., will present a live comedy show at 7 p.m. (also Jan. 31) by the student improvisational comedy group Sausages and Skittles. The shows, held in the Mini-Theater, are interactive as the troupe relies on audience participation for ideas, [...]

Sully’s First Edition Pub

January 30th, 2009

Marlborough – If you are looking for the classic burger or fish fry, served up with a laugh and good will, take a trip to Sully's First Edition Pub. In fact, if you are looking for any classic, stop in at Sully's. You're sure to find a wellprepared meal in a comfortable setting. I went [...]

Officials select new School Committee member

January 30th, 2009

Marlborough – Five members of the community stepped forward Jan. 26 at a Joint Convention moderated by Mayor Nancy Stevens to fill the seat on the School Committee recently vacated by Brian Murphy, who stepped down due to a conflict of interest with his employment. The convention, which lasted about 30 minutes, began with a [...]

Marlborough Democrats to caucus

January 30th, 2009

Marlborough – Registered Marlborough Democrats in Wards 1 through 7 will be holding their 2009 caucus at the Francis J. Kane Elementary School, on Farm Road, Saturday Jan. 31 at 10 a.m. to elect 22 delegates and 21 alternate delegates to the 2009 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. This year's convention will be held Saturday June 6 [...]

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