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Family-run Santimaw Contracting celebrates a decade of quality work

REGION – Santimaw Contracting treats you like family because the company is family itself. Daniel and David Santimaw, two brothers with 20 years of experience...

Shrewsbury’s trolleys faded out as the automobile age took hold

The trolley line was a primary means of transportation to and from Worcester and beyond.

AT LAST, CHAMPIONS: Westborough boys tennis wins MIAA Division 2 championship

"It’s amazing. There’s not a better feeling than this. We’ve been close so many times." Read about the BIG WIN here.

Westborough Police seek information in theft of WHS sign

The Westborough Police Department is seeking the public’s help to identify suspects who attempted to steal the sign in front of WHS.

Nature Notes: Our region’s little bluets

Known as little bluets or Quaker ladies, these native wildflowers grow in small clusters or large eye-catching patches of blue or white.

The MWRTA can help get you where you want to go.

The organization – formed in 2006 to serve the 32 towns in the I-495-MetroWest corridor – runs busses, shuttles and vans to dozens of destinations throughout Central Massachusetts.

Marlborough’s Piave Square honors World War I veterans

On October 12, 1922, the city celebrated with a parade and dedication exercises. What to know more? Read all about it here.

Former Grafton Select Board chair arrested on fraud charges

A former chair of the Select Board faces charges for defrauding investors and conducting an unlawful monetary transaction.

Fire officials identify probable cause in Marlborough fatal fire

According to the State Fire Marshal’s office, the cause of the fatal fire on May 22 at 66 Nolan Way may be the careless disposal of smoking materials.

Corridor 9/495 MetroWest Chamber of Commerce unveils new name

The Corridor 9/495 Regional Chamber of Commerce has a new name – the Corridor 9/495 MetroWest Chamber of Commerce.

Community Advocate June 7, 2024

In this week's edition read ‘Be deliberate’ Supt. Bock celebrates her final WHS graduation. Teacher placed on leave after mock slave auction

Assabet graduation honors Class of 2024, retiring principal Hollick

"You will always be members of the Assabet family and will forever be known as Aztecs.”

Rockin’ the Boroughs reignites an obsession with music for a local resident

Anyone interested in becoming a member can join in at the Northborough Senior Center Thursdays from 1-3 p.m.

Prominent Southborough family fought creation of the Sudbury Reservoir

The Burnett family retained the counsel of Frank Goulding, who previously represented the town of West Boylston in protest against the construction of the Wachusett Reservoir.

Community Advocate May 31, 2024

In this week's edition read Northborough Memorial Day parade honors veterans and fallen soldiers. Residents weigh in on Route 20.

Westborough physician was also a champion of public education

There’s no doubt that Dr. Edwin B. Harvey is one of Westborough’s finest forefathers. Read more about him here.

Juniper Hill Golf Course offers serene atmosphere, quality golf experience

With 36 holes and more than enough space, the course is able to accommodate players of all abilities.

‘Rock out’ this summer with School of Rock in Northborough

All in all, Fraclose hopes to foster an inclusive, positive environment for students of all ages and abilities. School of Rock hasn’t been open long, but he’s liking what he’s seeing so far.

Memorial Day 2024: Here are the events

It's.Memorial Day weekend! What's happening around the region? Here's all you need to know for the next few days.

Community Advocate May 24, 2024

In this week's edition read In honor of her son, Donaghue fights substance abuse. Town Meeting votes to keep Clinton St. an industrial zone.