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Marlborough Savings Bank loves downtown Hudson

March 25th, 2016

Gathered with an unusually tall leprechaun, aka Chris DiBenedetto, senior vice president and risk officer (third from left), are Horseshoe Pub patrons (front, l to r) Timarly Feeley, Jaime Korkos, Katie Stoico and Sara Walker, and Marlborough Savings Bank staff members (back, l to r) Jennifer Marble, vice president of commercial lending, and Donna Driscoll, named to be Hudson branch manager.

Hudson – Marlborough Savings Bank (MSB) began the year with a ceremonial groundbreaking in January for its new branch to be located at 186 Main St. in Hudson. Soon afterward, MSB launched its “We Love Hudson” campaign to meet residents and future businesses neighbors. Among staff members participating in the campaign is Ellen Dorian, executive vice president of retail banking.

State Trooper Thomas L. Clardy laid to rest in Hudson

March 22nd, 2016

State troopers march south on Manning Street toward St. Michael’s Church.

Hudson – Family, friends, colleagues and townspeople gathered March 22 at St. Michael’s Church for the funeral service of State Trooper Thomas L. Clardy, 44, who lived in Hudson with his wife Reisa, and their six children, ages 4 to 17. Pallbearers were his colleagues from the Charlton barracks, where he was most recently stationed. Thousands of law enforcement officers from throughout the country attended to give him a final salute.

Hudson begins 150th year with family fun and fireworks

March 20th, 2016

Fireworks are displayed above Morgan Bowl.

Hudson – Recent unseasonably mild temperatures dipped March 19 when Hudson residents and guests celebrated the 150th anniversary of the town’s incorporation date outdoors at Morgan Bowl.

Hastings celebrates Cultural Fair with music, dance and exhibits

March 19th, 2016

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By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Westborough – Hundreds of students and their families from the Elsie A. Hastings Elementary School attended the school’s Cultural Fair the evening of March 8. For several hours, the students learned more about different countries through exhibits, demonstrations, music and dance. Some of the presentations included an Indian fashion show, […]

St. John’s defeats Putnam in state semi-final

March 16th, 2016

Adham Floyd goes up for a layup during the second quarter of Tuesday's game.

Worcester – The St. John’s High School basketball team will move on to the Division 1 state championship game after defeating Putnam Academy by a score of 65-48 in a game played March 15 Tuesday at the DCU Center.

Backed by a very enthusiastic fan base dressed in red, the Pioneers controlled play and held a comfortable lead throughout the game.

Groomed to be crowned Mr. MHS 2016

March 16th, 2016

Gathered after the pageant are (l to r) Liam Shanahan, first runner-up; Whitney Sharpe, Miss Massachusetts 2016, who served as a judge; Spencer Geary, the newly crowned Mr. MHS 2016; and Matthew Cummings, second runner-up.

Marlborough – Sixteen contestants representing classes, clubs and sports teams good-naturedly competed in categories including legs, talent, formalwear and interview at the 27th annual Mr. Marlborough High School (MHS) Pageant, presented March 11 at the 1LT. Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School Auditorium. This year’s pageant theme was “wedding,” featuring a song-and-dance number of “Marry You!”

Marlborough takes first polar plunge for Special Olympics

March 7th, 2016

Team Wegmans consists of (front, l to r) Paula Caterino, Courtney Stewart, Casey Martin, Lisa Mackintosh, Donna Rusack , Brianna Sloan, (back, l to r) Matt Finewood, Jaime Merchant and Sadie Flaw.

Marlborough – Once again, Polar Plunges to benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA) were held statewide at lakes and the Atlantic Ocean. New this year, a Polar Plunge was introduced March 6 at the Yawkey Sports Training Center in Marlborough, the SOMA headquarters. It was organized by Officer Andy LaRose of the Marlborough Police Department (MPD) after he attended the International Law Enforcement Torch Run Conference last fall in the Bahamas.

Algonquin Girls Basketball Playoff Run Shut Down by Natick

March 7th, 2016

Algonquin’s Rachel McMenemy keeps the ball away from Natick defenders

Worcester – The Algonquin Regional High School girls’ basketball season came to an end as they fell to Natick High School by a score of 52-42 in a Central Mass Division 1 Semi-final matchup played Sunday, March 6, at Worcester Polytechnic Institute. Algonquin had advanced to the semi-finals by defeating Worcester South and Worcester North in earlier playoff rounds.

Chinese New Year celebrated with donation to Shrewsbury Public Library

February 23rd, 2016

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Shrewsbury – A spectacular event featuring music, dance and martial arts was held at the Oak Middle School Feb. 29 as the Massachusetts Beijing Chinese Language School (MassBCLS) celebrated the Chinese New Year.

Algonquin basketball falls to Wachusett

February 23rd, 2016

Algonquin’s Gavin Boyden dribbles around Wachusett’s Owen Quinn

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys’ basketball team fell to the Wachusett Regional High School Mountaineers by a score of 60-52 in a game played on February 22.

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