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Hudson Happ’nings columnist Rosemary Rimkus, left, Camille Derricotte and Julie Rimkus enjoy the Tucson “Meet Yourself” folk life festival on Oct. 9. The 48th annual downtown Tucson event featured dance, song, band music and food delicacies from almost every nation.

Rimkus: Trip to Arizona delights; Symphony Pro Musica returns after COVID-19 hiatus

By Rosemary Rimkus, Hudson Columnist HUDSON - Your columnist enjoyed a week’s vacation in Tucson, Arizona, Oct. 3-10, basking in the sounds, smells and sun...

Hudson marks its 23rd fall community festival

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer HUDSON – After last year’s hiatus due to pandemic restrictions, Hudson Recreation hosted its 23rd fall community festival, which...
Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant presents one of two Medals of Liberty to resident Lydia Whitcomb as the next of kin to her late husband and brother, who both died while serving in the military. (Photo/courtesy City of Marlborough)

Wenzel: Resident receives Medals of Liberty, Mayor announces ‘Horribles Parade’ plans

By Mary Wenzel, Marlborough Columnist MARLBOROUGH - Veterans Service Officer Mike Hennessy and Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant recently presented Marlborough resident Lydia Whitcomb with two...
Reenactors gather prior to this year’s Battle for the Airfield reenactment in Hudson.

World War II reenactment returns to Hudson after hiatus

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor HUDSON - The echoes of the American Heritage Museum’s Battle for the Airfield reenactment rumbled and cracked through the woods...

Marlborough lights up solar system on Kane school

By Laura Hayes, Senior Community Reporter MARLBOROUGH - With a figurative plug-in, Marlborough leaders celebrated a solar system going live on the roof of Francis...
The starting line of the Boston Marathon sat empty in Hopkinton last year due to COVID-19. Now, runners are excited to return for this year’s running of the race.

Marlborough, Hudson runners gear up for Boston Marathon

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH/HUDSON -  Marlborough and Hudson will be well represented when the Boston Marathon returns to area roads on Monday, Oct....
Tennis buddies of David “Rocky” Zina, second from right, were among the crowd of friends and relatives who surprised him with a 70th birthday party on Sept. 19 at the Hudson/Concord Lodge of Elks. From left, Dana Frye, Mike Barberio, Brad MacCullough, Albert Yesue, Bill Percuoco, Jack Pimental, Rocky, and Raoul Ramos.

Rimkus: Community members celebrate milestones; HHS student wins roller skating competition

By Rosemary Rimkus, Hudson Columnist   ‘Rocky’ Zina celebrates 70th birthday Retired Hudson High School tennis coach and physical education teacher David “Rocky” Zina was surprised with...

Shamrocks win league quarterfinals against Connecticut

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Shamrocks beat the Connecticut Panthers in their playoff opener Oct. 2, defeating the only team that...
The Marlborough High School Class of 1955 recently gathered for a 66thClass Reunion at the Double T’s restaurant in Marlborough. In the photo, classmates attending are: (front row from left), Jon Gardner, Chris Hassapes Tzellas, Nancy Lacombe Leary and Electra Scouras and (back Row, from left,) Jim Martin, Paul Duca, Bob Coute, Bette Fiske Medine, Tom Cox, Joan Cratty Ledoux, Dick Kelleher, Alice Demoorjian Karnikyan, Joyce Hudson Stone and Chris Chaousis.

Wenzel: MHS Class of ‘55, ‘65 hold reunions; scarecrow contest gets underway

By Mary Wenzel, Marlborough Columnist MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough High School Class of 1955 recently gathered for a 66th Class Reunion with 14 of the...
Attendees of the A&M reunion car show on Sept. 26 ride their vehicle away from the Marlborough Fish & Game Association.

Former racers recall Marlborough’s unofficial drag strip at reunion car show

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - Roughly 100 local car owners gathered on the grounds of the Marlborough Fish & Game Association, Sept. 26,...