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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Borough Family Branch YMCA to hold “Healthy Kids Day” and recycling event

Westborough - The Boroughs Family Branch YMCA will celebrate "Healthy Kids Day"®, a national initiative of the YMCA designed to improve the health and...

Marlborough/Hudson cat rescue group gets new name

Marlborough/Hudson - Metrowest Animal Awareness Society (MAAS) was founded in 2002 as a 501(3)c feline rescue organization operated entirely by volunteers. In order to control the feral and homeless cat population in Marlborough, Hudson and surrounding towns, MAAS began a trap-neuter-return (TNR) program with feeding stations where the cats are fed daily. The organization maintains a foster care adoption program, with Meow Mixers (meet-and-greet events) twice a month at the Pet Source locations in Stow and Marlborough.

Locals report military news

Marlborough - Navy Seaman Joao Paulo C. Lima, son of Ana Marie C. Lima, of Marlborough, and Silvio A. Martins, of Marlborough, recently completed...

Dykema launches MetroWest Veterans Consortium

Southborough – State Rep. Carolyn Dykema, D-Holliston, recently joined veterans and fellow legislators across the MetroWest region to launch the MetroWest Veterans Consortium. "I am...

Fresh Air Fund seeks volunteer host families

Region - This summer, local residents can volunteer with the Fresh Air Fund and host a New York City inner-city child ages 6...

And the winner of the iPod Nano is…

David Eagle ( r ), vice president of Eagle Leasing Company in Southborough, accepts the iPod Nano that he won in a raffle...

Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts encourages others to pursue their dreams

Marlborough - Most Sunday mornings Patti Panzarino can be found attending church service at Greater Grace Christian Fellowship in Marlborough, 187 Pleasant St. Outside of the sanctuary, she is not only a founding member of the band, OLYPSYS, but she has recently been crowned Ms. Wheelchair Massachusetts.

Westborough photographer captures images of Cambodia

Westborough - Karl Dunajski's love for photography began when he received his first camera, a Kodak Brownie Hawkeye, as a child. His photography career began in 1960 when he graduated from Braintree High School. He began as a portrait wedding photographer, then later became a member of the Mass. National Guard as a public relations photographer and eventually did forensic photography. Dunajski was a member of the Southeastern Massachusetts Professional Photographers Guild (SEMPPG) from 1960 to 1980. After a successful career as a photographer, Dunajski retired to Westborough five years ago. Retirement, though, did not mean the end of picture-taking for Dunajski.

Home Instead: Care agency can help with short-term or emergency services

Northborough - Home Instead Senior Care brings to mind in-home care for frail elders, and those services are the primary part of its business. But the agency also provides short-term services to fill a variety of needs.

Northborough's Memorial Day parade to have different route this year

Northborough – The town's 2012 Memorial Day parade and ceremony Monday, May 28, will be routed a bit different this year than prior ones...