Friday, May 29, 2020

Marlborough students named scholarship recipients

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Marlborough – Fifty-nine Marlborough High School seniors have been named recipients of the state's John and Abigail Adams scholarships. The merit-based scholarship rewards achievement by...

Alumni return as St. Mary School in Shrewsbury holds 50th Anniversary Gala

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Shrewsbury – The event was 50 years in the making and not even a record-breaking October Nor'saster could keep 300 St. Mary School alumni...

“Share Your Geek” Nov. 16 at the Shrewsbury Public Library

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Shrewsbury - The public is invited to meet some library users who will be demonstrating what they "geek" (that is, what they are passionate...

The Tempest performed Nov. 17 – 19 at Hudson High School

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Hudson - Shakespeare's final play, The Tempest, comes to life at Hudson High School Nov. 17, 18 and 19, at 7 p.m. Tickets are...

Locals report student news

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Region - The following local residents began their first year at St. Michael's College this semester: Alexandra Beck, the daughter of Kathy and Paul...

Hudson football looking to take the next step

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Hudson - After finishing 2-9 three years ago, Dan McAnespie's Hudson Hawks football players not only learned from that difficult season, they improved exponentially over the next two seasons, resulting in a Division 3 Super Bowl berth in 2010.

Athlete of the Week: Hudson High School's Chandler Goodwin

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Hudson - Chandler Goodwin, a senior volleyball captain at Hudson High School recently achieved a rare feat in the world of high school volleyball - she recorded her 1,000th kill.

Hudson school earns national honor for work fighting hunger

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Hudson - The Hubert Kindergarten in Hudson recently received a National School of Distinction status from the Schools Fight Hunger program. Fewer than 2,000...

“Read for the Record” in Marlborough celebrates literacy

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Marlborough - Many local children were among the more than two million around the world who recently participated in the "Read for the Record" program. They listened and laughed at "Llama Llama Red Pajama" by Anne Dewdney – as they all read the same book, on the same day – in Jumpstart's annual campaign for preschoolers. In many towns and cities, the reading events are hosted by governors, mayors, businesses and other organizations.

Algonquin boys soccer looks to build on success

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Northborough/Southborough - Last year the Algonquin Regional High School boys soccer team suffered a crushing 2-1 defeat for the second straight year to perennial power Ludlow in the semifinals of the state tournament.