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Saturday, April 20, 2019

Southborough students host book drive for homeless children

Southborough – Southborough residents Bob and Karen Sommers made a deliberate decision last fall to involve their oldest child, Olivia, in the charitable causes...

Learning a tasty lesson in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Yashika Gandhi, 8, samples the "edible aquifer" she created during a fun and educational program presented April 20 by the...

Kids get a healthy dose of fun in Westborough

Region - Ethan DeCoteau, 8, and his sister, Libby, 6, complete a bouncy ball race across the field while attending the annual...

Heartfelt fun for Shrewsbury family while raising awareness, funds

Shrewsbury - The King brothers of Shrewsbury enjoy Friends With Heart family night at the Worcester Sharks game. Ben (front, center), 13,...

Karate kids in Southborough

Southborough - Second-grader Christopher Carreras practices hand combination punching during the April 15 session of Martial Arts, an after-school program offered by...

LACROSSE: Petrunich makes a run for Westborough

Westborough - Westborough High School (WHS) junior Anna Petrunich (#16, left) goes around Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) junior Elizabeth Holmes. The...

Mill Pond in Westborough holds character education Open House

In 2010, the Mill Pond School, home to Westborough's students in grades 4 through 6, was named a National School of Character. As the school wrapped up a year celebrating this important honor, it welcomed members of the community to a special Open House April 7.

Floral Street School in Shrewsbury promotes literacy

Shrewsbury - Storyteller Diane Postoian performs for the crowd at Floral Street School's Literacy Night April 8. Students also had the opportunity...

In Marlborough, ‘Art Shapes the World’

Marlborough - Bethany Gibson, a kindergartner from Jaworek Elementary School, shows her tempera painting of cherry blossoms to guests at the opening...

The Feinstein Foundation, Northborough schools fight hunger

For 14 years, former educator and philanthropist Alan Shawn Feinstein has divided $1 million among food pantries and agencies nationwide to raise awareness and funding for hunger. Northborough Food Pantry Co-Director Susan Seppa coordinates the event locally, and will tally the items donated in March and April.