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Algonquin gymnasts – courage, strength and grace

February 2nd, 2016

Kerry Luiso

Northborough – They seldom receive the attention or fanfare of their fellow school athletes, make marquee sports headlines or compete before sold-out audiences, but in terms of their sport requiring physical strength, flexibility, agility, coordination, and balance, there may be no other high school sport that can equal.

Young players make a difference on Shrewsbury High girls’ hockey team

February 2nd, 2016

#12 Megan Moran

Region – Their leading scorer is but a freshman and the team relies at times upon its backup goaltenders who, as seventh and eight graders, are many months away from entering high school. The 2015-2016 roster consists of just four seniors and the entire blue line corps is comprised of underclassmen. Players come from four different schools stretched across Worcester County raising the question of how well can a geographically-divided squad coalesce into a cohesive unit.

Algonquin Basketball Outlasts Westborough

January 27th, 2016

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Westborough – The visiting Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ basketball team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers in an action packed game by a score of 68-64 on January 25.

Shrewsbury, Algonquin skate to 2-2 tie

January 25th, 2016

Shrewsbury’s Liam Quinlivan (#25) defies gravity as he flies thru the air in pursuit of the puck.

Region – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks and the Shrewsbury High School Colonials skated to a 2-2 tie in a boys’ ice hockey matchup played Jan. 23 at Northstar Ice Sports.

Northborough kicks off 250th anniversary celebration

January 25th, 2016

Northborough Girl Scouts pose with the “Cake Boss” cake.

Northborough – On January 24, 1766, the district of Northborough was incorporated; 250 years to the day later, the current residents kicked off a year-long sestercentennial (250th) anniversary celebration at the First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist.

Over 150 residents and guests gathered at the church, which currently stands at the site of the town’s first meeting house. Town moderator Fred George opened the proceedings, the Color Guard from the Vincent F. Picard American Legion Post 234 presented the flag and the Northborough Girls Scouts and Boy Scouts led the gathering the Pledge of Allegiance.

Marlborough High’s Winter Expo showcases student science projects

January 21st, 2016

Ninth graders (l to r) Daniel Pereira, Kelin Lopez, Sheyla Rosales and Andrew Buroni display their group's capsule and hovercraft prototypes.

Marlborough – The third annual Winter Expo of the Marlborough STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Math) Early College High School program took place Jan. 15 at Marlborough High School (MHS). Freshman students displayed their 3D capsules and hovercrafts while sophomores showcased team projects that will be entered in the February MHS Science Fair.

Demolition starts at Spag’s

January 12th, 2016

SH Spags 5 (Mobile)

Shrewsbury – Its definitely the end of an era as demolition has started on the buildings that made up the iconic Spag’s property on Route 9. The location is slated to be the site of a new multi-use complex which have a Whole Foods, Starbucks and other restaurants, as well as shops and condominiums. The […]

Marlborough dedicates POW/MIA Chair of Honor

January 11th, 2016

Veterans salute during the Chair of Honor dedication ceremony.

Marlborough – The Marlborough Veterans Council urges residents to remember prisoners of war (POW) and missing in action (MIA) veterans. Despite the rain, a POW/MIA Chair of Honor was unveiled Jan. 10 during a dedication ceremony on the grounds of the Marlborough Public Library.

Marlborough tops tough St. John’s team

January 4th, 2016

St. John’s Sean Burke (#33) shoots as Marlborough’s Alex Trombetta (#11) goes up to block.

Shrewsbury – The visiting Marlborough High School Panthers boys basketball team handed the St. John’s High School Pioneers their first loss of the season Jan. 2, as they won a hard-fought battle that had the feel of a playoff game by a score of 55-47.

Library patrons of all ages celebrate ‘Noon Year’s Eve’

January 2nd, 2016

Emily Sullivan helps her son Everett, 20 months, craft a noisemaker.

Hudson – Families enjoyed a fun-filled hour Dec. 31 at the Hudson Public Library Children’s Room as they attended the second annual Noon Year’s Eve Party.

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