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Sunday, May 19, 2019

Senate hopeful Gomez tours AVRTHS

Marlborough- Gabriel Gomez, the Republican candidate running for U.S. Senate in the June 25 special state election, toured Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School May 25. Gomez met and spoke with students, teachers and administrators and toured the school to learn more about the technical programs offered there.

Nawrocki named new principal of Advanced Math and Science Academy

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Mike Nawrocki is the newest principal of the Advanced Math and Science Academy (AMSA) Charter school in Marlborough,...

Cornerstone Academy to host open house Nov. 16

Northborough - Cornerstone Academy will be holding an open house Sunday, Nov. 16 from 2-4 p.m. Magician Fran Flynn will be performing at 2:30 p.m.

Shrewsbury health teacher helps kids understand warning signs

Shrewsbury - Kim Nikula spends a six-week rotation with every student at Oak Middle School. As the school's only health teacher, the way she teaches is a lesson itself. She shows students respect. She listens to what they say. She lets them know what she wants from them. She sets clear ground rules.

Westborough student named to fall 2014 NESCAC All-Sportsmanship Team

Westborough - Bates College student Zach Polich, senior captain of the men's cross country team, has been named to the fall 2014 All-Sportsmanship Team...

Grafton students tour the world, thanks to Google Expeditions

Grafton – Grafton High School students took a number of tours on March 1 to places as diverse as Buckingham Palace, the Galapagos Islands, Chichen Itza, Greece and Mexico. But it wasn’t that the school’s students were physically at all of these places. Rather, they took the tours from their classrooms as virtual experiences, thanks to a new initiative, Google Expeditions.

Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright to speak at Saint John's High School

Shrewsbury - Former Secretary of State and U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Dr. Madeleine Albright will visit Saint John's High School in January...

United Way of Tri-County prepares for “Tools for Schools”

Marlborough – As students begin enjoying their summer break, the United Way of Tri-County (UWTC) has started preparing its annual Tools for Schools program. For over 15 years, the program has provided children with backpacks full of grade-appropriate supplies for their return to school. Last year, UWTC partnered with 28 companies and 17 community agencies to distribute 738 backpacks for students in kindergarten through grade 12, 370 of which were in Marlborough.

Tiaras and ties at Jaworek Elementary

Marlborough - On Dec. 18, the hallways, classrooms and offices at Marlborough’s Jaworek Elementary resembled a cotillion for the school’s Formal Day, one of...

Working up healthy appetite

Shrewsbury - Kindergartner Nate Quinn-Nardella climbs the rock wall while attending the Get Fit Family Adventure, held March 1 at Coolidge Elementary School. After...