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Algonquin mascot study group recommends retiring the Tomahawk

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By Liz Nolan, Contributing Writer NORTHBOROUGH/SOUTHBOROUGH - Algonquin Regional High School's (ARHS) sixteen member Mascot Study Group recommended the retirement of the “Tomahawk” mascot at a...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Public hearing set for 2022 Marlborough Schools budget

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH—A final state budget isn’t expected until July 1 at the start of the next fiscal year. But Marlborough Public...

Regional COVID-19 vaccination site to open in Westborough

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor WESTBOROUGH - The DoubleTree Hotel in Westborough will soon serve as a mass COVID-19 vaccination site. Announcing the news with a...

Northborough police respond to fatal car crash on Route 9

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor UPDATE: Auburn Police Chief Andrew Sluckis has confirmed via Twitter that the crash reported in Northborough on Sunday night was, indeed,...

PHOTOS: Goodnow Elementary School ‘chalks the walk’

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor Marlborough - The entire Goodnow Elementary School community fanned out across their campus, April 7, for a sprawling "chalk the...

Hudson Police welcome new K-9 unit

By Peg Lopata, Contributing writer Hudson - Officer Sam Leandres of the Hudson Police Department has a new partner, Jocko, an 18-month-old male German shepherd. The...

Hudson to launch spring farmers’ market

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer Hudson - The Hudson Farmers’ Market is returning early this year.  Market organizers are, indeed, launching new spring markets which will take...

Hudson Select Board taps new Executive Assistant

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer Hudson - The Town of Hudson has a new Executive Assistant. That's thanks to a unanimous decision by the Select Board...

Former Hudson charter commission member weighs in on proposed amendments

By Brett Peruzzi, Contributing Writer Hudson - Town meeting will vote, May 1, whether to eliminate a residency requirement for Hudson's executive assistant from the...
The former McGee farm property sat overgrown in Marlborough, last year. Developers are currently pushing to build a largely luxury apartment complex on this plot of land.

City Council says state should install traffic light near Walcott site

By Vicki Greene, Community Reporter Marlborough - The City Council voted unanimously, March 8, to formally ask the state Department of Transportation (DOT) to build...