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Southborough officials “survey” their spending options

Southborough – Municipal officials often say they are following the wishes of the people, but in reality, sometimes the officials and residents disagree about...

Young Marlborough novelist mixes life experiences with the paranormal for her first book debuts novel

Marlborough - On Feb. 14, in a log cabin in New Hampshire, words poured out of Laura Nelson’s mind as she began writing her first book, “Hiraeth: Insomnia of the Heart.” Two months later, in the same cabin with no Wi-Fi, TV or cable to distract her, Laura completed her novel. A freshman at Marlborough High School, Laura has always been a voracious reader, especially of fantasy and science fiction works.

Stop & Shop donates to Hudson Food Pantry

Hudson - The Stop & Shop team of Hudson recently presented a check for $1,800 to Richard Harrity of the Hudson Food Pantry. Stop...

By K.B. Sherman Recently, my wife and I ate supper at our favorite restaurant. It's nothing fancy, just a nice family place with good food...

Penta collects over 200 donations for Toys for Tots

Westborough - For the second consecutive year, regional marketing firm PENTA Communications, Inc., rallied for donations for Toys for Tots and surpassed its goal,...

Hudson runner turns fitness goal into near 10-year ‘run streak’

Hudson - John Devereaux logs his daily runs in notebooks which he keeps in his Hudson home. Those notebooks, some almost a decade old, now form a large collection chronicling over 3,500 runs through Hudson. The 51-year-old has been running at least one mile per day every day since Jan. 1, 2008. His feat, known as a “run streak,” is controversial among runners, some of whom fear its health effects. For Devereaux, however, health is the very reason he keeps running.

Talk to us – we’re listening!

Region - There is a lot happening in the six towns the Community Advocate covers - the special debt exclusion election for the new...

Letter to editor: vote for Lamb for state representative

Dear Editor, Government regulations are hurting our local businesses.? I was disappointed to learn that Rep. Dykema voted to force home daycare centers into a...

Marlborough girls offer support to fellow student with ‘Hair for Sam’

By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer Marlborough - For years, Marlborough High School (MHS) has been involved in some sort of a hair “Cut-a-Thon” as a...

Women's heart health: more awareness needed

By Loryn Feinberg, M.D. As waistlines among Americans grow, so do concerns about overall heart health. This is especially true for women who, according to...