The C.A. recap for Sept. 30 to Oct. 6

Region – Here are the six top stories for the week of Sept. 30 to Oct. 6.

1. A young Westborough woman spent her summer vacation teaching English to children in rural China.


2. In ?Marlborough, a local group is involved in helping to change the way the crisis of homelessness is dealt with on a state and federal level.


3. Last weekend, Sept. 29 and Sept. 30, the Spirit of Shrewsbury was celebrated – and the Community Advocate was there to document all the excitement!




4. An all-volunteer group helps keep boaters safe on Lake Quinsigamond.


5. Marlborough Police have issued a statement indicating they are looking for a person of interest in regards to a drug investigation in that city.


6. A noted economist offers cautious optimism as the state continues to slowly climb out of the recession.



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