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Complete list of obituaries for the week of March 9 to 15

April 7th, 2014

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Region – Here is a complete list and links to the individual obituaries posted on the Community Advocate website from March 9 to March 15. The Community Advocate will post obituaries online (and in print, as space allows) at no charge as a courtesy to our readers. Please send information (and a picture if desired) [...]

Mandarin Restaurant to host two free events

March 14th, 2014

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Westborough – The Mandarin Restaurant will be presenting a free event Saturday, March 15 at 12:30 p.m. – “Bian Lian – Chinese Opera Face Changing.” Bian Lian is a kind of characterization trick used in Chinese opera and a romantic technique to reveal inner emotions and thoughts of characters in a play. There will also [...]

Five ‘P’s’ for selling your home this spring

February 20th, 2014

Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Prudential Prime Properties. 508-934-9818

By Michelle Gillespie, Realtor, Prudential Prime Properties

Spring, the best time of the year to sell your home, is only a month away! With the snow melting and giving way to the spring flowers, the largest numbers of buyers are actively searching for a new home during the months of March, April, May and June.

Marlborough chef enjoys life after retirement

February 6th, 2014

Marlborough/Hudson – Leon Roberge, a retired local chef, at age 78, is still going strong and having lots of fun participating in the many activities he enjoys. While most people were relaxing after the Christmas holidays, he was busy preparing to make ice carvings at First Night festivities in Boston and judging the National Ice Carving Association and Food Contest for the Boston Epicurean Club.

“This year First Night was a challenge with all the rain and cold weather,” Roberge said, noting that he has worked with Steve Rose, owner of Ice Effects, for over 35 years. “We have carved through all kinds of weather, but the faces on children who watch us at the Frog Pond on Boston Common and at the skating rink there makes it all worthwhile. I love talking to them and answering their questions,” he said.

Hudson police log, Jan. 31 edition

January 30th, 2014

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Hudson Friday, Jan. 17 8:35 p.m. Arrested, Matthew T. Wright Sr., 31, of 29 Old North Rd., Hudson, on warrant. 9:34 p.m. Arrested, Neide Rocha, 33, of 16 Houghton St., Apt. 4, Hudson, for domestic assault & battery. Sunday, Jan. 19 7:07 p.m. Arrested, William O. Martinez, 24, of 319 E Main St., Apt. B1, [...]

Neighbors’ lawsuit not stopping construction of Marlborough Senior Center

January 29th, 2014

Marlborough – Construction of a new senior center at Ward Park is continuing, according to Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s office, despite a lawsuit against the city brought by the park’s neighbors.

The suit, filed in Middlesex Superior Court, alleges that the city of Marlborough did not comply with various state regulations when it moved forward with planning and construction of the center, according to Julie McNeill, a Dracut attorney representing the plaintiffs.

“The city is constructing a senior center and associated parking lot on approximately 2.2 acres of Ward Park but has not complied with the proper procedures to do so,” the suit reads, in part.

Michael and Faith Nickolas, Ned Fenstermacher, and Paul Brodeur, who live adjacent to the park, are listed as plaintiffs.

Fay students recreate Norman Rockwell classics

January 27th, 2014

Sixth-grade students recreate Norman Rockwell’s “Happy Birthday Miss Jones, Teacher’s Surprise.”

Southborough – After learning about the work and legacy of iconic 20th-century American artist Norman Rockwell, students in Fay School’s sixth-grade drama classes collaborated to write short scenes inspired by three of his famous Saturday Evening Post covers. They examined the timeless paintings for clues about the backstory and the characters and then took on roles, designed costumes, and painted scenery to recreate every detail, from the handwriting on a blackboard to the scoreboard on a baseball field.

American Cancer Society to teach beauty techniques to patients

January 9th, 2014

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Marlborough – The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce, 1 Florence St., will host the American Cancer Society’s Look Good…Feel Better program Monday, Jan. 20, from 12 to 2 p.m.

Look Good…Feel Better is a free program that teaches cancer patients hands-on cosmetic techniques to help them cope with appearance-related side effects from chemotherapy and/or radiation treatments. Wig care, scarf and hat use, skin care, and nail care will all be discussed, and all participants will receive a free makeup kit. The program is offered through a partnership of the American Cancer Society, the Personal Care Products Council Foundation and the National Cosmetology Association.

November 11th, 2013

Hudson soldier receives overdue military honors

November 6th, 2013

A photograph of LiPetri sits on his grave marker.

Hudson – A Hudson resident who served in the army during World War II recently received military honors more than three decades after his death.







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