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Achilles to step down as Southborough’s fire chief

Steven Achilles has announced that he will resign as Southborough's fire chief and Emergency Management director.


Proposal seeks addition of residential component to Westborough Shopping Center

An effort to increase the town’s housing stock could mean significant improvements to the Westborough Shopping Center located on Lyman Street.


Veterans, Mill Pond celebrate successful clothing drive

For years, the breakfast has served to cap the annual winter clothing drive sponsored by Mill Pond and the town’s Veterans Advisory Board.

Juniper Hill’s Turkey Day a success

Juniper Hill Golf Course’s 25th annual Turkey Day was a great success. Turkey Day was held on Nov. 17, and participating golfers donated a turkey or gift cards.

Clinton Savings Bank holds sock drive

Clinton Savings Bank employees recently held a sock drive. The bank was able to donate 1,600 pairs of socks to WHEAT Community Connections.

Flaherty Physical Therapy offers individualized, fun approach to exercise

PRACTICE WILL SOON OFFER FOUR-WEEK HEALTH PROGRAM REGION – When Kevin Flaherty started his own physical therapy practice in 2015, he said he wanted to...

Former Intel property sold for $12 million

Intel's 148.66-acre parcel on Reed Road was sold to Hudson Reed Owner LLC., a company based in Newton, for $12 million.

Notaro Jr. era of Hudson basketball begins with win over Northbridge

The Hudson Hawks on Friday night soundly defeated the Northbridge Rams, 68-48, to start the season 1-0 and secure Mike Notaro Jr.’s first win as the program’s head coach.

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. 

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Raymond Witowski, 75, of Shrewsbury

Raymond Witowski, 75 of Shrewsbury passed away December 5, 2023. Born July 23, 1948, to Thoedore T. and Margaret F. (Sherman) Witowski in Worcester.