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Northboro Chiropractic Center presents Introduction to EFT Northboro Chiropractic Center with Tina Marian, the Wellness Nurse, will present an Introduction to EFT Saturday, March 31 from 12 to 3 p.m. The Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT) is a powerful self-help application based on traditional Chinese medicine that can be an invaluable tool for releasing negative emotions, [...]
The Community Advocate will post obituaries online (and in print, as space allows) at no charge as a courtesy to our readers. Please send information (and a picture if desired) to email@example.com. Here is a complete list of individual obituaries posted on the Community Advocate website from March 28 to March 30. Posted March 28 [...]
Worcester – District Attorney Joseph D. Early, Jr.’s office released the following press release today regarding the arrests of two suspects allegedly connected with the disappearance of a Worcester man from the Motel 6 in Northborough. (http://www.communityadvocate.com/2012/03/22/two-arrested-in-case-of-missing-worcester-man/) Who: James Howze, 19, and Lara Cori, 22, arrested in Colonie, N.Y. last week in connection with the [...]
The Marlborough Public Schools (MPS) will host a Parent and Community Forum Thursday, April 5, at 7 p.m. at the District Education Center, 17 Washington St. The focus of the forum will be to discuss how to meet the needs of MPS advanced learners. During the forum, Superintendent Anthony Pope will outline some ideas the [...]
Ashland – Sophie M. (Rozansky) Young, 89, formerly of Hudson and Cape Canaveral, passed away peacefully Monday, March 26, 2012 at Tufts Medical in Boston. She was the beloved wife of the late Walter T. Young, who passed away in 2001 and with whom she shared 57 years of marriage. She is survived by her [...]
Southborough – Story Musgrave has never followed a traditional path. He attended St. Mark’s School where his innate desire to explore different places and his passion to seek adventure might have seemed at odds with the expectations of the prestigious school. Because he felt more inclined to experience life rather than read about it in books, and because at the all-boy-school he missed seeing women, children, and families, he left prior to graduation.
According to Musgrave, “Not graduating was the right thing to do. I just walked away. I departed.”
Update – Due to a reporting error, the original version of this story printed in the April 6 issue of the Community Advocate incorrectly stated that this vote will be for a Proposition 2 1/2 override. It is actually a debt exclusion. The Community Advocate regrets the error and any ensuing confusion.
Milford – Ida L. (Cavatorta) Fiorvanti, 97, a former longtime resident of Hudson, died Thursday, March 29, 2012 at Milford Regional Medical Center in Milford. She was predeceased by her husband of 25 years, Frank Fiorvanti, in 1961. Born and raised in Framingham, the daughter of the late John and Angelina (Vincini) Cavatorta, she attended [...]
Westborough – Autism affects 1 in 110 children and 1 in 70 boys, according to the nonprofit research and advocacy group, Autism Speaks. Westborough resident David Ackerman, is one such boy. Although he lives in a world that is not the same as other teens, he has one powerful ally on his side – his twin sister, Rebecca. Over the past six years, this 16-year-old Westborough High School junior has devoted much of her time and energy to raising $80,000 for autism research as part of the fundraising team she has named, “Doing it for Dave.”
Region – Today is Friday, March 30. On this day in 1981, President Ronald Reagan was shot outside a Washington, D.C., hotel by John Hinckley Jr., a drifter who claimed he shot the president to impress actress Jodie Foster. Hinckley also shot White House Press Secretary James Brady, Secret Service agent Timothy McCarthy and District [...]