The Algonquin Regional High School seniors paraded through campus this evening to say “Thank You” and “Goodbye” to the teachers and staff of Algonquin, as well as the other Northborough and Southborough schools.
By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – When Shrewsbury High School (SHS) sophomores Aiyi Wang and Morgan Koester found that they had time on...
Westborough – Worcester State University’s Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Department has announced that Westborough native Shannon Kittredge has been selected to be featured...
By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – Jim Smith and wife Marcia were busy on May 20 placing homemade posters along their property which...
Over the past two weeks, we've asked local high school seniors simple this spring that COVID-19 has drastically reshaped.
Settling into each of their own personal COVID-19 quarantines, Hudson High School teachers quickly banded together last month to send a message to their students - “We Care.”
Members of the Sons and Daughters of Italy Lodge #240 informally took over Marlborough’s Arnold St. May 14 for an abbreviated version of their annual scholarship ceremony.
A cloudy morning on May 17 greeted 206 graduates from Saint John’s High School’s class of 2020 on what would have been their graduation day.
Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRTHS) has a graduating class of 266 seniors who live in 16 different area towns. Choosing to surprise each of them with a personalized graduation sign for their front lawn might have seemed like a very daunting task for one afternoon, but it turned out to be quite simple.
The hard work and accomplishments of the 338 graduating seniors of Algonquin Regional High School’s (ARHS) Class of 2020 will be acknowledged, while keeping safety a priority.