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Area resident graduates from Babson College

July 31st, 2009

Northborough – Brad L. Baldelli recently graduated from Babson College with a bachelor's degree, with a major in entrepreneurship with a minor in marketing. Brad was also a two-year co-captain of the Babson men's ice hockey team, leading the team to two ECAC East Championships. He is the son of Wayne and Colleen Baldelli of […]

The Olde Post Office Pub

July 31st, 2009

PHOTO/K.A. ESPOSITO Executive Chef Stephen Lombardi and server Samantha Scott of the Olde Post Office Pub in North Grafton. Region – After my son hosted two sleepovers in three days, I needed a break from the house, so I took him to the Olde Post Offic e Pub for lunch. It was our first visit, […]

Mayor, council president to run for re-election

July 31st, 2009

Marlborough – As summer is finally heating up, so is the city’s political climate, with a stream of candidates pulling papers and beginning to campaign for the upcoming election. Despite an influx of new faces, many of the current leaders have opted to run for re-election.     Putting to rest rumors of a bid for […]

Walk with Green Marlborough

July 31st, 2009

Marlborough – Enjoy walking the trails of Marlborough in the company of a guided group the first Saturday of each month. The next monthly walk will be at 9 a.m. Saturday Aug. 1 at Callahan State Park. This two-mile, two-hour hike will be on quiet wooded trails, through an open field, and past scenic Beebe […]

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July 31st, 2009

Making a splash at Cellucci Park

July 31st, 2009

Hudson – Samelle Brandon, 4, cools off from the summertime heat by jumping into the Splash Pad, a popular attraction at Cellucci Park. Formerly known as South Street Park, last year the park was redesigned and renamed in memory of the late Argeo R. Cellucci Jr., longtime chair of the Hudson Economic Development Commission. Now […]

St. Michael School moves next door

July 31st, 2009

Hudson – Regina Swanton and Dennis McCumber are among the parents volunteering earlier this month to help move everything from St. Michael School (SMS) to the next-door building that had been occupied for the past 50 years by Hudson Catholic High. The high school closed at the end of last school year due to decreased […]

Church to host ‘Totally Free Garage Sale’

July 31st, 2009

Region – Grace Baptist Church has announced that it will hold a "Totally Free Garage Sale" (TFGS) Saturday Aug. 8 from 8 a.m. until 1 p.m. on the church grounds at 353 River Road in Hudson, rain or shine. There is no admission and all goods are given away free of charge. Volunteers from the […]

Westborough employee receives Daffodil Days award

July 31st, 2009

SUBMITTED (l to r) Gregory Boyce II, of National Grid Corporation, accepts an award from Joyce Kulhawik, American Cancer Society honorary chair of Daff odil Days. Westborough – Westborough employee Gregory Boyce II, of National Grid Corporation, recently received the "New Kid on the Block" award in recognition for his work with the American Cancer […]

Affordable housing decision postponed to later date

July 31st, 2009

Westborough – The Westborough Board of Selectmen voted to postpone further discussion about the Zaara Gardens Local Initiative Program (LIP) application until its August meeting.      Zaara Gardens, a 14-unit affordable housing project with four units per acre, has a site plan for East Main Street and Granger Road in Westborough. Several town boards and […]

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