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Local Sports Roundup

January 30th, 2009

Region – His long history of success, accentuated by his team's 2006 Division 3 state title, tells high school hockey observers that Marlborough High's John Butler can coach, but what a lot of folks may not know is the guy is a master motivator as well. His teams have rallied from one- and two-goal defi- […]

Berberian remembered for being voice, conscience of town

January 23rd, 2009

Westborough – To many town residents, Michael "Red" Berberian was the owner-operator of a local produce farm. To others he was a voice at Town Meeting, asking the questions almost everyone wanted answers to, but in most cases were too self-conscious to ask. Berberian, 93, passed away Jan. 10 after waging a long battle with […]

Democrats to hold caucus, forum

January 23rd, 2009

Northborough – Registered Democrats in Northborough will be holding a caucus at 299 West Main St., Northborough (in Romaine's Wood Bar and Grill) at 5:45 p.m. Wednesday Feb. 4 to elect eight delegates and three alternates to the 2009 Massachusetts Democratic Convention. The caucus is open to all registered Democrats in Northborough. Following the caucus, […]

Boy Scouts work on trails

January 23rd, 2009

Northborough – Recent work on trails in town were the result of several Boy Scouts working on requirements for the Eagle Scout rank, according to the Northborough Trail Committee. In January 2008, Eagle Scout candidate Ethan Langer from Northborough's Troop 101 constructed about one-third of a mile of the new Coyote Trail by cutting brush […]


January 23rd, 2009

23 Friday Hanover Theatre Presents CATS Hanover Theatre, 570 Main St., Worcester, will present “the magic, the mystery, the memory” of CATS at 8 p.m. Also Jan. 24, at 2 p.m. and 8 p.m., and Jan. 25, at 2 p.m. Winner of seven Tony Awards, including Best Musical, CATS features 20 of Andrew Lloyd Webber's […]

L&L Consignment Boutique now open

January 23rd, 2009

Lori and Lisa, lifelong friends and Grafton residents, opened the doors to their new shop in December and have created a "whole new shopping experience" with L&L Consignment Boutique. The shop carries a large variety of items ranging from clothing and accessories for men, women and children (including maternity and plus sizes) to household items. […]

trUe Salon, J. Winter stylists earns prestigious certification

January 23rd, 2009

Tracy Townsend and Janine Soldicich of trUe Salon and Color Cafe of Westborough have earned American Board Certification, which recognizes individuals who have reach the highest level of competence as hair colorists. Of the 1.7 million licensed stylists in the country, only 1,300 are actually American Board Certified Hair colorists, putting them in the prestigious […]

Bay State All Stars compete in Atlantic City

January 23rd, 2009

Bay State All Stars received three first-place bids and one third-place bid to the International All Level World Cheer & Dance Competition in Atlantic City. The Youth 1, Junior 3 and Senior 4 teams all placed first in their divisions at CheerSport Jan. 11. The Mini Team placed third. The BSCD cheer gym is located […]

Family Fun that's on the ‘Putting Edge’

January 23rd, 2009

Fore Seasons glowin the-dark indoor mini golf is now open in Grafton. Owners Dick And erson and Brian Gatley invite you to bring your family in f rom the cold for a few rounds of glow-inth e – d a rk adventure. Fun for all ages , the nine-hole course is now open Fridays, 5-8 […]

Fitness Meets Wellness

January 23rd, 2009

Address: 30 Lyman St., Westborough Phone: 508-366-8700 Website: www.fitnessmeetswellness.com Business description: "No crowds, no contracts, no gimmicks," Fitness Meets Wellness owner Sue Mackenzie said, "just individualized personal training and small group classes in a non-intimidating studio." Using a variety of equipment from free weights, balls and bands to machines, Fitness Meets Wellness can custom create […]

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