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Wooden Toys and Crafts to hold summer Doll Camp Program

June 25th, 2010

Revive-MD welcomes McCaff rey to the staff

June 25th, 2010

Tower Hill Botanic Garden hosts the Rose Show June 27

June 25th, 2010

Al Brodeurâs celebrates 40th anniversary with ribbon cutting

June 25th, 2010

Southborough Recreation announces Summer Camp supervisors

June 25th, 2010

Southborough – Southborough Recreation has announced the addition of Scott LeBrun as its pre-school supervisor for this summer’s Kid’s Kamp to be held at the Finn School beginning Monday June 28. Kid’s Kamp is a half-day playground camp designed for children aged 2.9 years to entering first grade, and is a great introduction to the […]

Main Street CafÃ

June 25th, 2010

The energetic owners of this popular downtown café obviously love what they do. They are in the kitchen every morning, serving up bountiful breakfasts to hungry customers. The customary pancakes, waffles , eggs , hom e fries , an d stea k tip s shar e th e men u with house specialties such as […]

St. Lukeâs hosts free supper

June 25th, 2010

Hudson – St. Luke’s Episcopal Church will be hosting a “Community Supper” Sunday June 27 from 5 to 6 p.m. Off erings include salad, a vegetarian dish, a chicken casserole, and many other assorted items. The meal is served buff et style. Beverages and desserts are also available. St. Luke’s is located at the rotary […]

Night of recognition for Police Department at Selectmen meeting

June 25th, 2010

Northborough – The majority of time during the Board of Selectmen’s June 14 meeting was dedicated to recognizing the fine work of the Northborough Police Department. The first award went to Officer Nathan Fiske, who received the Lifesaving Award for his role in helping an elderly Marlborough woman. The entire Police Department received further accolades […]

Tempting taste buds in downtown Marlborough

June 25th, 2010

Keeping the event fresh, this year the organizers invited several eateries from outside the downtown area to set up stations at Marlborough Savings Bank, Sovereign Bank, the Old Fire Station and in front of the Walker Building. More than 30 restaurants participated. Many locations also featured live musical entertainment.

Denis Leary suspends campaign for state representative

June 25th, 2010

Region – After recently being confronted with a health concern, and after much discussion with his family, friends and campaign volunteers, Denis M. Leary has decided to end his candidacy for state representative for the 11th Worcester District (Shrewsbury and Westborough). “This was a difficult decision because I feel a deep sense of commitment to […]

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