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Nature Notes: Nature in books for the holidays

With the gift-giving season nearly upon us, the question once again is: how to give nature to the special people in your life?


Westborough to keep single tax rate

The town assessor said the estimated single tax rate for the 2024 fiscal year would be $16.41 per thousand, or $0.43 over fiscal 2023.


Saint John’s alum to become next headmaster

The Saint John’s High School Board of Trustees has selected Benjamin Horgan to be the next head of school.

Maple & Main to hold winter pop-up market

Maple & Main – the recently-opened retail establishment located at 557 Main St. – will be holding a winter pop-up market on Dec. 7.

Professional Perspective: Your Money, Your Independence

The seven largest companies by market capitalization (Apple, Microsoft, Amazon, Alphabet, Nvidia, Meta, and Tesla) comprise more than 29% of the S&P 500 index. These companies dubbed the “Magnificent Seven” have performed very well in 2023.

Marlborough approves TIF with Sartorius Stedim

Sartorius Stedim on Donald Lynch Boulevard has been approved for a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) agreement with the city.

Midland-Wachusett League announces 2023 fall all-star selections

The Midland-Wachusett League has announced the 2023 fall all-stars. See the full list of all-stars in the Community Advocate coverage area.

Shrewsbury girls hockey looks to match last year’s success

Shrewsbury is refocusing and looking forward to the upcoming season and the opportunity to become back-to-back state champions.

PHOTOS: Westborough football beats Algonquin on Thanksgiving

For the first time since 2018, Westborough took home the Joseph Mewhiney - Richard Walsh annual Thanksgiving Day trophy. 

Hudson snaps 12-year Thanksgiving streak against Marlborough

Community members gathered at Hudson Bowl on Thanksgiving to watch the Hudson Hawks dominate the Marlborough Panthers

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It takes a big heart to help shape little minds and Ellen Donahue was ideally suited to the task, positively impacting the lives of countless children in various New England school systems.