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Saturday, August 24, 2019

Thanks to generosity of many, Westborough’s Project Graduation is a huge hit

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Westborough –Westborough High School’s graduation ceremony, held June 2 at the school’s athletic field, was one of traditional pomp, circumstance...

Wegmans offers employment opportunities for those with disabilities

Northborough – In an economic environment that is still struggling, many are still finding it difficult to gain employment. For those with disabilities, the search can be especially frustrating. But thanks to the Central Mass Employment Collaborative (CMEC ) over 100 Massachusetts residents have found jobs this past year, including 26 at the Wegmans store in Northborough.

Snowflakes fall for 18th charity kickball tourney

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Hudson/Marlborough – On March 2, a light snowfall steadily – and fittingly – occurred during the 18th annual Snowflake Charity...

Kits for Kids gives back to children in need

By MaryCatherine Karcich, Contributing Writer Marlborough – What began as a homegrown charity has blossomed into a nonprofit aimed to give children comfort in an...

Fresh Start Furniture Bank helps those in need

By Joan F. Simoneau, Community Reporter Hudson - Fresh Start Furniture Bank is a volunteer-based charity located in Hudson which provides free furniture and home...

Northborough’s Town Common project is shovel ready as construction nears

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Northborough – Members of the Northborough Town Common Committee gathered recently to celebrate with a mock ground breaking to...
Alyssa DiGiovanni holds the Best Ears trophy won by her dog Rudy. Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Westborough Rotarians treat families to fall fest

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Westborough – The Rotary Club of Westborough presented its first Family Fall Festival the weekend of Oct. 13 and...

Habitat for Humanity volunteers build playhouses for families of veterans

Northborough - Over 50 volunteers occupied the parking lot at Trinity Church April 29 as they teamed up with Habitat for Humanity MetroWest/Great Worcester’s Operation Playhouse. Two playhouses were built, designed, and decorated and at the end of the day were unveiled and donated to two local military families.
Girl Scouts from Marlborough and Hudson with the bags they put together for local foster children. Photo/submitted

Local Girl Scouts take action to help foster children

By Kate Tobiasson, Contributing Writer Marlborough/Hudson - Some teenagers might be happy to spend their summers on the couch, but five charismatic girls from Marlborough...

Friends rally community for Marlborough fire survivor Joan Russo

  By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Close friends and fellow hairdressers Cindy Kinney and Paula Stoddard are staying strong for Joan Russo, who was...