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Enjoy ‘Art in Bloom’ at the Southborough Public Library

April 6th, 2016

Algonquin Regional High School students will be participating in Art in Bloom.
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Southborough – Twenty-five creative floral arrangements — each interpreting a unique, original piece of art — will be on display at the Southborough Public Library from Thursday, April 7 through Friday, April 9. For the second time, the club, the Southborough Gardeners, is collaborating with Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) students to present “Art in Bloom.” They previously worked together in 2013.

Grafton girls’ lacrosse on the hunt for elusive championship

April 4th, 2016

(l to r) -  Cassie Moisan, Lauren Lyver, Gianna DiPinto, and Allie Fasold
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Grafton – Spend even a small amount of time with the Grafton High girls’ varsity lacrosse team and it’s a sure bet that the talent and confidence of this team will become almost instantly evident. Confidence is ever-present on teams at preseason, but with this team there is clearly something special developing.

Wind wreaks havoc in region

March 31st, 2016

Southborough 
Photo/Jane Keller Gordon

Region – Strong wind gusts are wreaking havoc in the region causing, trees, branches and wires to come down. In Southborough, a huge tree fell early this afternoon right near the Southborough Public Library sign, according to Ryan Donovan, the library’s director. He said that no one in the library heard it fall, but Kim […]

A parade of preschoolers

March 31st, 2016

A few of Miss Tanya’s preschool students on their tour through the center of Westborough March 31
Photo/Valerie Franchi

Westborough – A group of about 20 preschool students from Miss Tanya’s Longmeadow School were treated to an outing in downtown Westborough March 31. Every year, teachers lead a group of 4- and 5-year-olds along Main Street to visit the local shops and public offices. Among the places they visited were the Police Station and Cable TV studio.

Westborough Public Library art exhibit features Highlands’ resident

March 29th, 2016

Sheila Granger

Westborough – On St. Patrick’s Day, two busloads of seniors traveled to the Westborough Public Library (WPL) from their home at The Highlands, an independent living retirement community in Westborough. En masse, they attended an opening reception for their fellow resident Sheila Granger, whose paintings — mostly watercolors — are on display at the WPL’s meeting room through Friday, April 15.

Easter fun

March 28th, 2016

Sch R Easter fun-rs

Marlborough – Children in the Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Childcare Center had a special visitor Friday.

Student wellness conference seeks to promote healthy choices

March 27th, 2016

Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr., speaker John Morello and Worcester State Police Chief Mike Nockunas

Region – Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr. told a gathering of over 200 middle and high school students that their choices will define them, and that he worries about them. These students – many leaders in their schools – gathered at Worcester State University March 22, to attend Early’s 2016 Student Wellness Conference.

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.

Algonquin’s McKay is honored by national organization

March 25th, 2016

Justin McKay with members of the school's football team 
photo/John Orrell

Northborough – Those devotees of the football gridiron that are of the opinion that “Xs” and “Os” are what the game is all about likely have never met Justin McKay.

The fourth-year Algonquin Regional High School varsity football head coach is as well-versed as they come in the intricacies and strategies of the game, but there is another aspect of the much-loved fall sport that sets him aside from a number of his peers; the human side.

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.

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