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Karen Amlaw Music offers quality music instruction

August 31st, 2016

Westborough – Since 2005 Karen Amlaw Music (KAM) has been offering quality music instruction to students from Westborough, Northborough, Southborough, Marlborough, Shrewsbury, Hopkinton, Grafton, Worcester, and beyond. Always growing, in February KAM moved all 100 of its students to Westborough’s Downtown Crossing (57 East Main Street, Suite 203). This past summer KAM welcomed voice instructor […]

Youngsters enjoy summer camps at Massachusetts Gymnastics Center

August 31st, 2016

Westborough – This summer, the Massachusetts Gymnastics Center (MGC) in Westborough held a series of summer camps for boys and girls ages 5 and up. During each weekly session, a group of young gymnasts participated in a variety of activities designed to help them learn skills in a safe and fun way on the different […]

Hudson: UCHM announces Spiritual Growth & Community Center fall lineup

August 31st, 2016

Hudson – Develop a spiritual practice, build friendships, learn a new skill and engage in meaningful service in your community and the world through the Unitarian Church of Marlborough and Hudson’s fall lineup for the Spiritual Growth & Community Center. Upcoming events include a Recycling Clothing Exchange on Sunday, Sept. 11; Full Moon Drum Circle […]

Skyhook Tree – Company offers tree removal and pruning services

August 31st, 2016

“My father started the company in 1953 after the Worcester hurricane,” said Jason Magnusson, owner of Skyhook Tree in South Grafton. “He served in Korea on the flight deck of the USS Hornet, and pilots called him “Skyhook” when they came in for a landing. When he came back, he worked nights at the post office until he got enough tree work to run the business full time.

A Night of Remembrance to be held in memory of ‘Tennison’

August 31st, 2016

  Marlborough – Friends and clients are invited to attend a Night of Remembrance in memory of “Tennison,” the Pets Gone Healthy mascot who recently passed away.  The dog’s owners, Sandie and Ken Wheeler,  will hosting the event at the store’s 505 Boston Post Road West (Rt. 20), Marlborough location on Friday, Sept. 9 from […]

Russell H. Nordwell, 89, of Westborough

August 31st, 2016

Westborough – Russell H. Nordwell, 89, of Westborough, passed away Thursday, Aug. 25, 2016 at the Coleman House in Northborough. He was the husband of Thelma (Andrews) Nordwell. Born in Worcester, he was the son of the late Carl and Agnes (Ackerman) Nordwell. He was raised and educated in Shrewsbury and was a 1945 graduate […]

Southborough hosts evening of intergenerational fun

August 31st, 2016

Southborough – Residents and visitors of all ages enjoyed the pleasant weather Aug. 27 while attending the 13th annual Southborough Summer Nights on the grounds of Margaret A. Neary Elementary School. Although their ages varied, the guests shared one common goal: to have fun.

Zulfiqar shares stunning photos from travels in South Asia and New England

August 30th, 2016

Westborough – Sahib Zulfiqar’s breathtakingly beautiful photographs of South Asia and New England are now on display at the Westborough Public Library through Thursday, Sept. 8. Two days later, the work will be exhibited for a month at the Lyman Street Storefront Gallery, near the Art and Frame Emporium in the Westborough Shopping Center.

Shrewsbury’s Doherty honored by WPI for as NCAA Woman of the Year honoree

August 30th, 2016

Worcester – In just over one-week’s time, the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) women’s soccer team will host Salem State University in its 2016 home-opener, and while third-year head coach Steph Schafer will field a more-than competitive team as always, the absence of one former player in particular will necessitate some time for her to get used to.

Reale shines for Algonquin’s golf and hockey teams

August 30th, 2016

Northborough – Algonquin Regional High School has seen an abundance of talented, multi-sport athletes compete for school honors over the years. Typically, the progression is football / soccer or cross country in the fall surrendering to basketball / hockey or track in the winter then onto baseball / softball or lacrosse in the spring. Such is a sampling of the many cyclical combinations that exist in high school sports.

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