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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Spring Mini Photo Shoot Fundraiser to benefit Northborough backpack drive

Northborough - Get those smiles ready! It's time for the annual Spring Mini Photo Shoot Fundraiser to benefit Northborough Moms and Tots and Northborough...

Leigh Emery retires from UMass Medical School

Westborough - After 30 years at UMass Medical School, Leigh Emery is leaving, contemplating retirement and possibly doing some part-time health care work. She...

Big Brothers Big Sisters to hold sixth annual “Taste of Something BIG

Westborough - The Big Brothers Big Sisters (BBBS) of Central Mass/Metrowest will host its sixth annual food and wine tasting fundraiser, "A Taste of...

Former Southborough doctor is the perfect blend of old and new

Southborough - Ninety-six-year-old retired physician Dr. Timothy ("Doc") Stone is a distinguished and respected resident of Southborough. He resides in the red house next to Fay School, adjacent to the Stone Health Center where his daughter, Susan, now practices acupuncture and alternative medicine. It is in this house, built circa 1750, that he began his medical practice 60-plus years ago. Today, he can be found sitting at his desk with his rotary phone at his side and his Apple computer logged on to his favorite website - a striking contrast of the past and the present.

Fundraiser to suit new Westborough VFW building fund “to a tee”

Westborough – Just off the Westborough rotary, at 9A Milk St., is a small building that is home to the town's Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Post 9013. The building, which the VFW has used for over 50 years, is only about 60 by 80 feet, and is poorly insulated, making it chilly in winter and warm in summer. Although a wheelchair can fit through the building's entrances, the bathrooms are not handicapped-accessible. Inside there is only room for a few tables and a bar for patrons.

Sweet Caroline's Scholarship Skate April 28 at Roller Kingdom

Hudson – Stop in Saturday, April 28, from 6 to 9 p.m., at Roller Kingdom in Hudson, for a fundraiser for the Caroline Doiron...

Nurse keeps Southborough, Marlborough in check

Southborough/Marlborough - Nurse Leslie Chamberlain, of Marlborough, has her finger on the pulse of both Southborough and Marlborough. She is the resident nurse at the Southborough Senior Center, the public health nurse for the Southborough Board of Health and has worked in the emergency room of Marlborough Hospital for the past 26 years.

River's Edge Players holds Short Play Festival April 27 – 29

Hudson - The River's Edge Players, a program of the Arts Alliance, will present seven plays during the weekend of April 27, 28 and...

Northborough teen has caliber to succeed

Northborough/Southborough - While many of her peers are participating in extracurricular sports and activities at school, Algonquin Regional High School senior Margot Lee can be found at the Marlborough Fish and Game Club, 1 Muddy Lane, sighting in her Anschutz 2013 (2018 stock), 13-pound .22 caliber smallbore rifle. Ever since Lee was very young, her parents encouraged her to try new things. She learned how to ski and swim when she was 2, she learned to dance and twirl a baton when she was 8, and she learned to shoot a gun when she was 13.

Cradles to Crayons clothing drive begins April 30 in Southborough

Southborough – Cradle to Crayons (C2C) is organizing a community-wide children's clothing drive in Southborough beginning Monday, April 30, and continuing through Saturday, May...