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Wednesday, September 19, 2018

Two Marlborough schools to receive state grants for repairs

Marlborough – Two city schools will soon be undergoing significant repairs after administrators received welcome news that the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) has...

Westborough High students nominated for theater award

Westborough - Westborough High School (WHS) students Helena Spofford and Abigail Hammond (both rising juniors) and recent graduate, Caroline Grady, were recently nominated by the Massachusetts Educational Theater Guild for MET Awards in the category of Best Specialty Ensemble for their roles as the Apple Trees and Jitterbug Dancers in WHS’s musical production of “Wizard of Oz.”

Assabet Valley inducts honorees to “Hall of Achievement”

Region-Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School recently inducted seven new honorees to the Hall of Achievement. This initiative was started in 2010, with the...
(l to r) Megan Ku, Lions Clubs International First Vice President Gudrun Yngvadottir from Iceland, and Westborough Lions Club President Angelo Cavaliere Photo/submitted

Westborough High senior named ‘Best in State’ at Lions speech competition

Westborough - Megan Ku, a senior at Westborough High School, won the Massachusetts Lions Youth Speech Competition April 28 in Mansfield. As winner of...

Local jazz students perform at Hatch Shell in Boston

Region – Jazz students from Marlborough High School (MHS) and Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) added an impressive credit to their resumes when they performed May 4 at the Hatch Shell on the Boston Esplanade. The invitation was extended after an ensemble from each school earned a Gold Medal rating at both the district and state big band festivals presented by the Massachusetts Association for Jazz Education (MAJE). Joining them was the MHS Small Jazz Combo who received a Gold Medal rating at the MAJE state combo/choir festival.

Hudson High School holds Health Fair

Hudson - Hudson High School (HHS) held its annual Health Fair in the gym March 13. Health-related vendor tables were set up around the perimeter of the room to include a wide array of agencies and clubs. Some of these included Schimmer Reiki Practitioner, Energy Healer, Angel and Tarot Card Reader, Americans with Disabilities Committee of Hudson, Boost Fitness, Chiropractor Richard R. Waller Jr., local hospitals, the Hudson Police Department, Melanoma Foundation, Good Samaritans, H.H.S. Gay Straight Alliance, Students Against Drunk Driving, Early Childhood Education, nurses and authors.

Northborough graduate to attend Ringling College of Art              

Northborough/Southborough – Antonio Montilla is a recent graduate from the class of 2017 at Algonquin Regional High School. He demonstrated a great ability with creating illustrated drawings in school and then began branching out his skills into digital art during his junior year. Montilla’s artistic achievements in Algonquin have afforded him the opportunity to attend Ringling College of Art and Design in Florida where he will study computer animation.

Marlborough students participate in science fair at Gillette Stadium

Marlborough-Six middle school students from Marlborough participated in the 5th annual "Science of Sports" science fair with New England Patriots" owner Robert Kraft, Raytheon...

Marlborough Lions Club present scholarships

Marlborough - The Marlborough Lions Club presents three scholarships each year to one senior at each of the three local high schools: Marlborough, Hudson,...

Paton school holds annual pancake breakfast

Shrewsbury – The Desruisseaux family enjoys the annual Paton Family Breakfast held at the school on April 11. The event, hosted by the Walter...