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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Budding performer from Southborough adds resume credits

Southborough – Dorothy isn's the only young girl who learned valuable lessons while following the yellow brick road. Southborough resident Alexandra "Lexi" Ryan, now age 15, began learning about musical theater when she auditioned for the Southborough Players production of "The Wizard of Oz" at 5 years old.

Locals invited to share memories of JFK

Region – Like so many millions of people around the globe, Worcester resident William Goldman was devastated when John F. Kennedy Jr. was assassinated Nov. 22, 1963. Although he was just a child at the time, Goldman said he remembered that day when his school's principal made two announcements that day, first advising students that the president had been shot and then that he had died.

Booking it for the Shrewsbury library

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury's Public Library officials have come up with a unique way to help both their patrons who have been tardy...

Temple Emanuel’s new cantor hopes to inspire and lead

Marlborough – Northborough resident Wendy Siegel has a passion for making connections with people. In addition, she has been blessed with the gift of a beautiful voice and is excited to begin her part-time position at Temple Emanuel in Marlborough as their new cantor and spiritual leader.

Legislators ask for measures to be put in place to deal with future storms

Region - A group of local legislators has released a copy of a letter that they have sent to the chair of the Massachusetts...

Friends of Westborough Public Library to sponsor mini-golf fundraiser

Westborough - The Masters Golf Tournament will take on new meaning in February, as Friends of the Westborough Public Library (The Friends) will host...

Westborough residents respond generously to Holiday Store

The Rotary Club of Westborough and Westborough Youth and Family Services would like to thank the many residents and local businesses for their generous donations to the 2011 Free Holiday Store. So many stopped by our offices to drop off gifts without leaving their names that we wanted to publicly acknowledge these residents and businesses,

Marlborough hockey star named to U.S. Olympic team

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Bobby Butler skated over to a hockey bench late last month where his father and former Marlborough High...

By Barbara Polan Men driving pick-up trucks are the drivers most prone to road rage. Yes, yes, yes, I know that generalizations are wrong; isn's that statement itself a generalization? To temper my thesis, let me clarify … I know a man who drives a pick-up considerately: my beloved brother, who is a sweet man, a carpenter who uses his truck for both business and his personal life. I know from experience that he does not turn into a monster while driving – neither during work nor other parts of life.

Northborough Food Pantry thanks Corridor Nine

Dear Editor, The Board of Directors of the Northborough Food Pantry thanks the Corridor Nine Chamber of Commerce for their December Food Drive held with Double...