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Friday, May 24, 2019

Spring Fair in Northborough offers fun and games

Northborough - Each hoping to win a prize, (l to r) kindergartner Matthew Vzar, his brother, second-grader Nicholas, and fifth-grader Kaitlyn Yoo...

Sen. Scott Brown visits Marlborough school

Marlborough - Health Technologies instructors Kathy Regan (left) and Karen Sherman enjoy meeting U.S. Sen. Scott Brown, R, during his April 1...

Southborough Scout organizes food, letter drive for U.S. troops

Southborough - Rick Scott, a Southborough Troop 1 scout working on Eagle Scout rank, is striving to build relationships between U.S. servicemen...

Shrewsbury Library presents a crowd pleaser

Shrewsbury - Young readers are entertained by comic mime Robert Rivest in "Literacy Alive," presented March 12 at the Shrewsbury Public Library....

Southborough school superintendent to let voters decide on budget

School Superintendent Charles E. Gobron will go to Southborough's Annual Town Meeting Monday, April 11, and let the voters decide on the ultimate fate of the school budgets.

Marlborough High students best in state in Real World Design Challenge

Nine teams wanted to compete. Four teams entered. And now, one team - Marlborough High School (MHS) - has won the Governor's Cup and will represent the state in the national Real World Design Challenge in Washington, D.C., this month.

Celebrating a seasonal tradition in Northborough

Northborough - (l to r) Third-graders Lauren Theve, Olivia Lamy and Daniella Martens prepare to climb up the amply snow-covered Mount Proctor...

Athlete of the Week: Jessica Mushinsky

Shewsbury High School senior Jessica Mushinsky is one of only 21 female gymnasts to be named to the Massachusetts All Star Select Gymnastics Team that will travel to Ft. Myers, Fla., in May for a national competition that will showcase the best of the best.

Fales School in Westborough celebrates “Read Across America” Day

In a day and age of multiple cable stations and instant online access for almost anything one might need or want to know, the pleasures of reading can sometimes take a backseat.

Paton School in Shrewsbury loses playground

Playground weather is here as the temperatures start to go up again. But the students at Paton Elementary School in Shrewsbury won's have any equipment to play on this season.