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Alfred J. Bouvier Sr., 98

March 22nd, 2011

Marlborough – Alfred J. “Pepere” Bouvier Sr., 98, died at home Saturday March 12, 2011, surrounded by his loving family, after a long and productive life. Born in Marlborough, he was the son of the late Joseph and Georgianna (Noel) Bouvier and the dedicated and faithful husband of Anita (Boisvert) Bouvier, who died in 1997. [...]

Donna M. Johnson, 54

March 17th, 2011

January 18, 1957 – March 3, 2011 Shrewsbury – Donna M. ( Adua) Johnson, 54, passed away Thursday March 3, 2011, surrounded by her loving family, in Rose Monahan Hospice Residence. She is survived by her loving husband of 33 years, Richard P. Johnson Jr.; a son, Matthew P. Johnson of Austin, Texas; a daughter, [...]

Arthur A. Croteau, 82

March 17th, 2011

Marlborough – Arthur A. Croteau, 82, died Sunday Feb. 27, 2011, at Clinton Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine (Blais) Croteau, with whom he shared 59 years of marriage. He is survived by his son, Richard A. Croteau and his fiancé, Maryellen Desaro, of Berlin; his daughters, Dianne Candido and her husband, John, [...]

Joseph F. Panarelli Sr., 68

March 17th, 2011

January 29, 1943 – March 1, 2011 Shrewsbury – Joseph F. “Joe” Panarelli Sr., 68, passed away Tuesday March 1, 2011, in St Vincent Hospital after an illness. He is survived by his devoted wife of 49 years, Phyllis L. (Lodi) Panarelli; his three children, Joseph F. Panarelli Jr. and wife Maria, Paul A. Panarelli [...]

Basketball: Battle for the ball

March 15th, 2011

During a scramble for the loose ball, Algonquin Regional High School’s junior guard Carly O’Connell has firm possession although Westborough High School’s Desiree Parent (#3, left), Mia Natale (#34) and Hannah Artner (#22) continue to fight for it. (Algonquin’s Amanda Faherty (#13) is on the right.) PHOTO/CHRISWRAIGHT

Northborough – During a scramble for the loose ball, Algonquin Regional High School’s junior guard Carly O’Connell has firm possession although Westborough High School’s Desiree Parent (#3, left), Mia Natale (#34) and Hannah Artner (#22) continue to fight for it. (Algonquin’s Amanda Faherty (#13) is on the right.) The Feb. 10 game was also Algonquin [...]

Athlete of the Week: Diana Zeng

March 15th, 2011

Diana Zeng. PHOTO/ARTSIMAS

Westborough – While her stellar Westborough High School swimming sports career is over – she contributed to eight school records – senior Diana Zeng is just getting started. She has two academic scholarship offers from Northeastern and Babson, while MIT, UPenn, NYU and several schools in California are also in the mix.

Skills, drills of field hockey

March 15th, 2011

Thirdgrader Isabella Sciplini receives instruction from Paula Toti, the assistant coach of the Shrewsbury High School Field Hockey team. PHOTO/ED KARVOSKI JR.

Shrewsbury – Thirdgrader Isabella Sciplini receives instruction from Paula Toti, the assistant coach of the Shrewsbury High School Field Hockey team, during the March 3 session of a Field Hockey Clinic offered by the Shrewsbury Recreation Department at the Oak Middle School gym. Girls in grades three through seven met for five sessions to learn [...]

Basketball: Colonials overcome Panthers

March 15th, 2011

Marlborough High School senior Carlos De La Cruz (#34, center) attempts to thread his way through the Shrewsbury High School defense of Josh Desai (left, #34), Ryan Stowe (rear), and Collin Trabucco (#33 right). PHOTO/CHRISWRAIGHT

Marlborough/Shrewsbury – Marlborough High School senior Carlos De La Cruz (#34, center) attempts to thread his way through the Shrewsbury High School defense of Josh Desai (left, #34), Ryan Stowe (rear), and Collin Trabucco (#33 right). The Marlborough Panthers hosted the Shrewsbury Colonials Feb. 23. Tied, 34-34, at the half, Shrewsbury closed the third period [...]

Home Instead Senior Care

March 15th, 2011

Home Instead Senior Care

By Nancy Brumback Contributing Writer Northborough – While a pending snowstorm may send most to the store for bread and milk, such a forecast puts Home Instead into high gear. Home Instead provides longterm and short-term caregivers for people who need assistance in their homes – the elderly, the chronically ill and those recovering from [...]

Shrewsbury students get creative for fund-raiser

March 15th, 2011

Student Council members at Shrewsbury’s Spring Street School hold works of art created for their fund-raiser called “Project Snowflake.” The students are raising money for the Hole in The Wall Gang Camp, a youth camp for kids with cancer and serious blood diseases. PHOTO/JOANGOODCHILD

Joan Goodchild Community Reporter Shrewsbury – After this long winter, talk of spring and hope that it arrives soon is on most minds. But the Student Council at Shrewbury’s Spring Street School plans to keep winter alive for just a bit longer. The students have organized a fund-raiser called “Project Snowflake” to raise money for [...]

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