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Westborough – Award-winning author Tehila Lieberman will be at Tatnuck Bookseller Saturday, May 18 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., to sign copies of her new short story collection, “Venus in the Afternoon.” In this collection, the author writes of a middle- aged window washer, mourning his wife and an estranged daughter, who begins to grow [...]
Westborough – Herb Chambers may soon need to add one more thing to his “We’ve got it” jingle: competition.
That’s because the Planning Board heard the development plans of CarMax Auto Superstores – a nationwide used car retail franchise – to become the latest auto dealer along Westborough’s Route 9 strip during its May 14 meeting.
Seeking to utilize a plot at 170-178 Turnpike Rd. – the site of the former driving range next to Bertucci’s – CarMax requested an excavation permit from the Planning Board to begin developing 16 acres of the 50 total acres they intend to purchase at that location.
School: Saint John’s High School
Coach: Bob Foley
Saint John’s leading scorer from this past season (11.5 points per game) recently reflected on his successful high school career.
Southborough/Northborough – According to the American Parkinson’s Disease Association (APDA), Parkinson’s disease affects more than 1.5 million people in the United States. The disease is a progressive disorder of the central nervous system resulting in a variety of symptoms, including muscle rigidity, tremors, and changes in speech and gait.
Marlborough – City Councilors rejected a request May 6 to waive permitting fees for the Assabet Valley Regional School District for the renovation project currently in progress at the school’s Fitchburg Street location.
Marlborough- Local musician Jason Anick has played music all over the world and before a large variety of audiences. When he was 12 years old, he was performing in the Martha’s Vineyard Agricultural Fair fiddle contest when then-President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Clinton, unexpectedly joined the audience.
Marlborough – The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC) has announced its 39th Premier Golf Open (PGO) will be held Tuesday, June 4 at the Marlborough Country Club. This charity event will feature golf as well as a social hour, and a buffet dinner. The day offers something for everyone, golf pro or not!” said Susanne [...]
Marlborough – Students in Marlborough High School’s (MHS) family and consumer science department classes hosted their annual fashion show and play May 2.
The event was a way for the students to showcase the fashions they had made in their classes. Appetizers and desserts made by the culinary classes were served during the intermission.
Marlborough – Marlborough resident Veronica “Vikki” Crowley has a family history of various types of cancer, which took the lives of her mother, sister, two aunts and a nephew. She’s also a four-time cancer survivor still battling the disease.
“I shouldn’t be here, but I keep coming back,” she said with a laugh. “I’ve lived through four types of cancer. I don’t understand why I’m still here, unless it’s to finish something I’ve started.”
By Fallon Keenan, Contributing Photographer Northborough – This spring, students at the Lincoln Street School were encouraged to run one mile per day for the 26 days leading up to the April 15 Boston Marathon as a way to incorporate exercise into their daily lives, according to Patricia Rollins, a physical education instructor at [...]