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Superintendent celebrates years of service

May 28th, 2010

Westborough – The Westborough Public Schools would like to invite members of the community Thursday, June 10 to celebrate Dr. Anne Towle’s 40 years of service in public education. Dr. Towle began her career as a substitute middle-school teacher at Fort Dix in New Jersey, and has been superintendent of schools in Westborough since July […]

Shrewsbury students join Relay for Life

May 28th, 2010

Shrewsbury – Team Coolidge & Company, including dozens of fourthgraders, took to the track again this year at the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life (RFL) of Shrewsbury May 14 and 15. Being part of the relay has become a rite of passage for fourth-graders at Calvin Coolidge School. Coolidge teachers gather Friday afternoon to […]

Seniors give best performance at Hudson̢۪s Annual Competitive Plays

May 28th, 2010

Hudson – When Cody Grimm and Jack Colaianni stepped onstage at Hudson High School (HHS) May 16, the audience was ready for a good time. The actors provided lots of laughs as two playwrights in the eighthgrade’s production of “Artistic Inspiration,” the first of five plays performed that afternoon as part of Hudson Drama Society’s […]

Scholarship winners receive praise from Board of Selectmen

May 28th, 2010

Northborough – The Board of Selectmen congratulated the winners of the town’s 2010 Scholarship Awards at the meeting May 24. The seven lucky students, who shook hands with board members, were given certificates for their ac- complishments. Chair Laurie Klein of the Northborough Scholarship Committee felt the winners best exemplified the traits the board valued […]

Serious fund-raising with lots of laughs

May 28th, 2010

Correction

May 28th, 2010

The Community Advocate regrets any confusion caused by this error.

Residents voice opposition to proposed wastewater treatment plant

May 28th, 2010

Shrewsbury – A second and third day of Town Meeting in Shrewsbury drew hot debate over two articles relating to the design and development of a proposed wastewater treatment facility that would be built on Lake Street. Several Shrewsbury residents who live near the parcel of land that the facility would be constructed upon were […]

Public shows support for Department of Human Services

May 28th, 2010

Marlborough – More than 50 people turned out for the Marlborough City Council meeting May 24. Many came to show support for restoring the Department of Human Services that was cut from the fiscal year 2011 budget during the May 10 meeting. “This function is needed now more than ever,” City Councilor Robert Seymour said. […]

Local salon aids in oil-spill cleanup

May 28th, 2010

Westborough – TrUe Salon, with locations in Westborough and Framingham, has joined thousands of hair salons around North America in collecting hair to aid in oil-spill cleanups worldwide. The hair is being sent to the San Francisco-based nonprofit organization Matter of Trust. The group uses hair, fur and wool waste to make hair mats and […]

Screening to be held for normal development in preschool children

May 28th, 2010

Westborough – Screenings will be off ered to all preschoolaged Westborough residents whose parents suspect they may not be developing according to age-level expectations. The Westborough Public School system will be screening 3- and 4-year-old children, as well as those who are not age eligible for kindergarten in September 2010. There’s no charge for the […]

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