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Tony Lorenzi of Northborough serves on JMU's O-Team

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Harrisonburg, Va. – Northborough resident Tony Lorenzi recently served as a first year orientation guide (FrOG) on James Madison University's orientation team. Lorenzi is...

Local students graduate from Bryant University

Region - Bryant University held its 149th Commencement on Saturday, May 19. Among the graduates are the following local residents: Stephen Burgess, of Southborough,...

The C. A. picture of the day

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Gearing up for robotics at the library Southborough - Youngsters dare a robot to hurl another swimming tube in their direction during a demonstration...

Hudson Public Schools to hold developmental screenings

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Hudson - The Hudson Public School System offers town residents developmental screenings for their preschool age children (ages 3 to 5). Screenings take place...

Colleen Foley graduates from Bryant University

Shrewsbury - Bryant University held its Graduate School Commencement May 17, and among the graduates was Colleen Foley, of Shrewsbury, who earned a Master...

Young local writers invited to participate in annual workshop

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Shrewsbury – Saturday, March 2, 2013, the 23rd Annual Betty Curtis Worcester County Young Writers" Conference will be held at St. John's High School...

“Open Mic Night” to benefit Shrewsbury's school

Shrewsbury – Residents are invited to participate in an "Open Mic Night" to benefit the Shrewsbury Public Schools on Friday, May 17, 7 to...

Shrewsbury resident receives degree from Quinnipiac University

Region- Matthew Busekroos of Shrewsbury received a Master of Science in interactive media from Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn.

Local students earn honor roll at Pomfret School

Region - The following students were was recently named to the High Honor Roll for the fall term at Pomfret School, in Pomfret, Conn:...

School district takes the lead on student-athlete safety

Northborough/Southborough - The Northborough-Southborough School District supports measures now wending their way through the state Legislature that make sure sports coaches are trained to recognize and respond to episodes of sudden cardiac arrest and require AED -- automated external defibrillator—devices in schools. But educators and administrators in the district did not wait for the bills to pass before taking action on their own.