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Shrewsbury comes close Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury High School (SHS) junior Yiming Li attempts to clear 4'6" (1.37m) during the Mid-Wach A League Championship high jump...

(Not so) on top of the world

Berlin – A raccoon has been stuck on top of a telephone pole across from the Berlin Post Office on Pleasant Street since early...

Selectmen look to advance Forbes renovation project

Westborough - Selectmen will seek to keep plans to renovate the Forbes Municipal Building on its current schedule, with a proposal likely to go before voters at Town Meeting in April of 2016 - but the work will likely move forward without a recreation center, as originally envisioned.

Corridor Nine Chamber announces scholarship applications now available

Westborough - The Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce has announced it will be granting $16,000 in scholastic awards to local high school students...

United States Tennis Association New England serves up opportunities

Region - The U.S. Open may be a long shot for most tennis players, but United States Tennis Association (USTA) New England in Westborough provides a great place to start for players of all skill levels and ages. USTA New England organizes and runs tournaments and leagues for players ages 8 and older, and pairs players with similar skill levels based on the NTRP (National Tennis Rating Program). Through facilities such as the Wayside Racquet and Swim Club in Marlborough, and the Westborough Tennis and Swim club, players can learn, practice and compete on the highest level in USTA tournaments.

After ground breaking, Rangers are indeed ‘on track’

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Westborough – Members of the Board of Selectmen, School Committee members, Westborough High School (WHS) staff, students, and local business...

Shrewsbury’s Legion baseball excels in summer action

Shrewsbury – Don’t blame Shrewsbury Victor R. Quaranta Post 397 American Legion Baseball manager Frank Vaccaro if there’s an extra bounce in his step and inflection of enthusiasm in his voice when he talks about his 2016 squad.

St. Mary's Credit Union to hold youth money management workshop

Marlborough - St. Mary's Credit Union announced that it will present a free community service workshop Saturday, June 14, to educate young people about managing personal finances. The workshop will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the credit union's branch office, 1 Northboro Road, Marlborough. Everyone, including nonmembers of the credit union and parents are welcome to attend, but pre-registration is required.

Team 1100 Robotics wins Chairman's Award

Region- For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology (FIRST) was founded in 1989 to inspire young people to pursue higher education and careers in science, technology and engineering through hands-on mentorship from people in those fields. Algonquin's FIRST Team 1100 was founded in 2003. The current Team 1100 is led by parent, mentor and engineer Dan Strickland and advised by Applied Arts and Technology teacher George Clarke. While Algonquin's Team 1100 is based out of Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS), the team roster includes students from many surrounding towns.

Girl Scouts prompt city’s Veterans Day to recognize women

Marlborough – Jackie Forman and Eliana Greenstein Himle of Girl Scout Troop 72855, both freshmen at Marlborough High School, have participated in the city’s Veterans Day and Memorial Day parades since they joined the Girl Scout program as Daisies. While brainstorming ideas for their Girl Scout Silver Award project, they realized that Women Veterans Park at the corner of Maple and Brigham streets wasn’t included in the holiday observances.