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Police seek suspect in Shrewsbury bank robbery

May 29th, 2012

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury Police Department is seeking a suspect in connection with the robbery at the Sovereign Bank on 47 Maple Ave. , which occurred at approximately 11:45 a.m. today. According to police, the suspect is described as a white male in his thirties, “scruffy,” and approximately 5’11” with a slender build. He was […]

Westborough remembers its veterans

May 29th, 2012

Westborough – The town commemorated Memorial Day, Monday, May 28, with a parade and ceremonies held at each of the town's war monuments. Kenneth Ferrera, the town's?Assistant Veterans Agent, served as Master of Ceremonies for the day while John Matson and the late Stephen Sullivan were honored as the parade's Grand Marshals. Here are some […]

Four honored at Corridor Nine Area Chamber breakfast

May 29th, 2012

Region – Four members of the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce were honored at a breakfast meeting held at the Cyprian Keyes Golf Club May 17.

The 2012 President's Award was awarded to Peter Dennis of PMD Sales Training and Consulting. Barbara Clifford, the chamber's president, noted that Dennis had launched his business in 2008 in the midst of an extremely challenging economy. Soon after he joined the chamber and as such, became involved in the Membership Committee, and presented sales training seminars to chamber members. In 2010 he joined the board of directors. He has also established the VIP program which touts the value of Corridor Nine to prospective members.

“Peter Dennis is a first-rate entrepreneur who is innovative and talented, and who understands that success comes to those who give back to others,” Clifford said. “Peter is an inspirational and dedicated leader in helping Corridor Nine grow and remain strong.

Sr. Alma Richard, SSCh.

May 29th, 2012

Marlborough – Sr. Alma Richard, SSCh. (Sr. Aime), died Saturday, May 26, 2012 at Marie Esther Health Center in Marlborough. Born in Rumford, Maine, she was the daughter of the late Jerry Richard and Elizabeth (Arsenault) Richard Gaudet, and entered the Sisters of St. Chretienne in 1932. Sr. Alma earned a Bachelor of Science degree […]

Hudson residents asked to participate in transit survey

May 29th, 2012

Hudson – The town of Hudson is currently conducting a transit survey. This survey is an important regional project which explores opportunities for improving local and regional public transportation services for residents.? The data will be used for a long- term collaborative project being conducted among 13 suburban communities that will be used to evaluate […]

Mary A. Dunleavy, 92

May 29th, 2012

Westborough – Mary A. Dunleavy, 92, of Westborough, passed away peacefully Saturday, May 26, 2012 at the Kindred Transitional Care and Rehabilitation Center in Westborough. Born in Everett, she was the daughter of the late John and Bridget (Gallagher) Dunleavy. She was educated in Everett schools and graduated from Boston College earning a bachelor's degree […]

Peter D. Mallette, 53

May 29th, 2012

Shrewsbury – Peter D. Mallette, of Shrewsbury, died Saturday, May 26, 2012 at UMass Medical Center after being stricken ill at home. He was 53. He was a lifelong resident of Shrewsbury. He attended Andover Tractor Trailor School and drove many years for Julio's Market, Aggregate Industries and of late, Construction Services, Inc. He was […]

Mayor weighs in on Marlborough superintendent controversy

May 29th, 2012

Marlborough – As the school year winds down, the ongoing tensions between Dr. Anthony Pope, the superintendent of the Marlborough Public Schools and the Marlborough Educators Association (MEA) continue to brew after the union took a recent vote of “no confidence” in Pope. Now further controversy is building as Mayor Arthur Vigeant publicly stated he was not in support of a recent decision by the School Committee (of which he is chair) on how best to deal with the situation surrounding the beleaguered superintendent.

Strife has been escalating since Adam Bakr, Marlborough High School's (MHS) assistant principal, was put on leave without public explanation in January. Several MHS students, unhappy with the decision, organized a rally at the school, started a Facebook page in Bakr's defense and attended School Committee meetings in an attempt to get the popular administrator reinstated.

Former Algonquin star scores spot on the Chicago Bears

May 29th, 2012

Northborough – Dave Teggart's fancy footwork as a young soccer player earned him a spot as the kicker for his sixth-grade Pop Warner football team. He went on to kick for the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Tomahawks where he received numerous awards and accolades. Honors included being named: to the 2006 Worcester Telegram & Gazette and the MetroWest Daily News Super Teams; an All-Star pick by the Telegram & Gazette in 2005 and the Daily News in 2004 and 2005; twice as an All-League player.

Teggart graduated from ARHS in 2007 and headed to the University of Connecticut (UConn) where he continued his winning ways. As a rising Huskies star, Teggart made the first 11 field goals of his collegiate career (a first in Huskies history), setting a school record. Success on the field continued for Teggart in 2009. He hit 47 consecutive extra points, tying the longest streak in school history. In the UConn record book, he is first in career field goals (74), first in single-season field goals, first in single-season consecutive extra points, second in career extra points (128), and second in career points (350).

The C.A. six tips of the day for May 29

May 29th, 2012

Region ?Today is Tuesday, May 29, the 150th day of 2012. On this day in 2005, Danica Patrick became the first female driver to take the lead in much of the ?Indianapolis 500. Although Patrick ultimately finished in fourth that day, her race established her as a serious contender in the Indy Racing League. ? […]

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