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Marlborough – Nickole Soto and Kevin Boucher, two multi-athlete students from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlborough, have led by example as captains of their respective teams. They display the best of what it means to be a student-athlete. Soto played three years of soccer (midfielder), four years of basketball (guard) and four [...]
Shrewsbury School Superintendent Dr. Joseph Sawyer presented a revised district budget for fiscal year (FY) 2012 at the March 9 School Committee meeting. Although the proposal is a 2.98 percent increase over last year, the $48.5 million proposal is still $2.1 million more than the $46.3 million recommendation put forth by Town Manager Daniel Morgado.
Hudson – Rita A. (Murphy) Millett, 78, died Tuesday March 8, 2011, at Marlborough Hospital. She was the wife of the late Robert P. Millett, who died in November 2000. Born and raised in Hudson, daughter of the late Thomas J. and Malvina (Wojtkiewitcz) Murphy, she resided in the town all her life and was [...]
Hudson – Barbara R. (Redman) Cardoza, 90, died Monday March 7, 2011, at Beaumont Rehabilitation and Skilled Nursing Center in Northborough. She is survived by her husband of 69 years, Alfred A. Cardoza of Hudson. Born in Manchester, N.H., daughter of the late James and Ida Lala (Small) Redman, she resided in Hudson for most [...]
Northborough – Elsie M. (Hansen) Davison, 86, passed away peacefully at UMass Medical Center in Worcester, surrounded by her loving family. She was predeceased by her husband, John R. Davison Jr., who died in 2003. She leaves her two sons, John Davison III and his wife, Karlene, of Northborough and Robert Davison and his wife, [...]
By Nancy Brumback Contributing Writer Shrewsbury – “We’re not just a physical therapy center and we’re not just a gym. We are all about people having access to their optimal health,” said Kevin Flaherty, director of operations, at All-Access Physical Therapy. The facility, on Route 9, specializes in helping patients recover from sports injuries and [...]
By David Fassler Community Reporter Hudson – Amid a flurry of photographs and with approximately 20 friends and family members looking on, the Board of Selectmen congratulated the Hudson Hawks Eighth Grade Boys Traveling Basketball Team on its championship season at the board’s March 14 meeting. In a proclamation read to the audience, the board [...]
When Kelsey Reilly, a sophomore at Shrewsbury High School, started planning her 16th birthday party, she decided that she didn’t want to be like everyone else. She wanted something unique, something very special, and something that would be lots of fun.
A touch of the Olde Sod livens up the restaurant scene on Route 9 in Northborough. The Celtic Tavern has both the look and feel of a traditional Irish pub, although the lunch and dinner menus are skewed toward American.
The Northborough Education Foundation (NEF) is gearing up for its second annual Quiz Night, a fund-raiser, to be held at Cyprian Keyes Golf Club in Boylston Friday, April 1, to benefit Northborough Public Schools.