Saturday, July 11, 2020

AVRTHS guidance counselor continues holiday tradition of giving to the homeless

Region - The holiday season often reminds people that there are those less fortunate, but few families go to the lengths that the McCabe...

Westborough students celebrate literacy

Westborough - The K-3 Family Literacy Night was held at the Hastings Elementary School for the Westborough school district's youngest students Dec. 1. Children from all three of the district's elementary schools were invited – Hastings, Fales and Armstrong.

Athlete of the Week: Shrewsbury High School's Nathan Nelson-Maney

Team - Mid-Wach Division A (third place); District E-Division 1 (second place); state meet - MI AA D1 (17th place). Individual stats - Tied for fourth place in high jump at 5"8"; 16th place in the 55-meter high hurdles with a time of 9.20.

AVRTHS alumni reflect on college experiences

Region - Continuing a tradition, a group of Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School (AVRTHS) alumni returned to the high school to address groups...

Hudson High School presents “Alice: Tales of a Curious Girl” Dec. 17 & 18

Hudson - "Alice: Tales of a Curious Girl," a classic coming-of-age story turned on its head, will be performed Saturday, Dec. 17 and Sunday,...

Northborough student on first-place accounting team

Northborough - For the second consecutive year, St. Mary's College in Notre Dame, Ind., was awarded first place in the annual Indiana CPA Society...

The C.A. picture of the day

Creating holiday gifts Southborough - First-grader Caroline Esten wears a tie-dyed T-shirt she designed as she paints pieces that will become a hanging mobile...

Locals report student news

Region - Boston University awarded academic degrees to 1,517 students in September 2011. Local students receiving degrees were Corinne A. Jones, bachelor of arts...

AMSA students beat faculty, 7-6

Marlborough – Advanced Math and Science Academy students and parents gathered to watch the first Student-Faculty Soccer Game Nov. 15. Mr. Lubawski drew laughter...

ARHS wrestling to raise dough this weekend

Northborough/Southborough - Wrestling was a sport offered at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) back in the "70s and "80s, but was dropped in 1989 after interest in it waned. With the help of parent, Gordy Wrin, the program was brought back in 2005 as a "club team." Ever year since then, ARHS has maintained a competitive varsity team.