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Friday, April 26, 2019

Locals join hurricane relief efforts

Region – Residents of New York and New Jersey were hard-hit by Hurricane Sandy and continue to need help. Consider donating items from the...

Marlborough Public Library to host author Lenore Look

Marlborough - Monday, May 7, from 6:30 to 8 p.m., the Marlborough Public Library Children's Room will be welcoming Lenore Look, the author of...

Spring/summer clothes swap to be held in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Kids grow out of their clothes almost as fast as the clocks change back and forth to daylight savings time. For years parents have been passing down gently used clothing to siblings or friends or selling and buying at garage sales.

American Cancer Society announces Daffodil Days 2013

Region - The American Cancer Society is celebrating the hope of spring with the launch of its annual Daffodil Days fundraising campaign. Flower and...

Quilts for a cause

Shrewsbury-Fifteen members of Mount Olivet Lutheran Church have been busy again this year making and tying quilts. A total of 60 quilts were made,...

Shrewsbury Lions join global crusade to conquer blindness

Shrewsbury - To combat the leading causes of blindness and assist in preserving vision, the Shrewsbury Lions Club is participating in the annual Lions...

Support groups now forming in Westborough

Westborough – The Assabet Valley Pastoral Counseling Center is again offering new support groups for grief and loss as well as for divorce support....

Town volunteers clean up

Northborough - Town Moderator Fred George and Selectman Jeff Amberson lend a hand with the cookout at Ellsworth-McAfee Park for volunteers of the annual...

“Silver surfers” take to technology

Northborough/Southborough - Under the direction of math teacher Eileen Palmer and guidance counselor Jason Lessard, Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Community Action Program (CAP) students have spent the last month holding technology seminars for seniors at both the Southborough Senior Center and the Northborough Senior Center. The tech-savvy teens have made great strides in closing any technology generation gaps, showing seniors easy ways to mute their phones, text, change ring tones, take pictures or download a book on a Kindle.

Eating Disorders Awareness program available

Region - To increase awareness and encourage eating disorder treatment, Mass 211, a direct service of the United Way of Tri-County, is offering anonymous...