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DEIB Committee reflects on accomplishments

"We all want to have this sense of community and have our kids grow up happy and safe.” Read more about the committee here.


School Committee to audit investigation into mock slave auction, racial slur...

Following news that a teacher at Neary held a mock slave auction, the School Committee will conduct an external audit into the investigation.

Chamber celebrates opening of Boroughs Collective

More than 20 local vendors are now calling the Boroughs Collective on East Main Street their home. A ribbon cutting was held June 5.

Aerial art installation to open at New England Botanic Garden

Visitors will be able to experience the exhibit from June 22 to Oct. 31 with the cost of general admission seven days a week.

The MWRTA can help get you where you want to go.

The organization – formed in 2006 to serve the 32 towns in the I-495-MetroWest corridor – runs busses, shuttles and vans to dozens of destinations throughout Central Massachusetts.

Corridor 9/495 MetroWest Chamber of Commerce unveils new name

The Corridor 9/495 Regional Chamber of Commerce has a new name – the Corridor 9/495 MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.

St. John’s baseball falls to BC High in state championship

St. John’s baseball team fought until the end but ultimately fell short of a state title, dropping their Division 1 championship game.

AT LAST, CHAMPIONS: Westborough boys tennis wins MIAA Division 2 championship

"It’s amazing. There’s not a better feeling than this. We’ve been close so many times." Read about the BIG WIN here.

Hudson softball fights until the end

The Hudson Hawks went head-to-head against Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons in the MIAA Division 3 softball championships June 15.

‘We’ll be back here again’: AMSA softball loses in semifinals heartbreaker

Though the underdog Eagles fought hard, they ultimately came up short, losing the contest 2-0 to close out an excellent season.

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Brian R. Delaney, 51, of Marlborough

Brian R. Delaney of Marlborough passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 9, 2024 at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester after a brief illness, while listening to Chicago and surrounded by loved ones.