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Wednesday, January 23, 2019

Woman’s body found near Mass. Turnpike overpass in Grafton

Grafton – The Worcester County District Attorney’s Office released this statement this afternoon: The State Police Detectives assigned to the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office...

Marlborough to hold ‘Clean Sweep’ event

Marlborough - On Saturday, April 28, the city of Marlborough will kick off its annual city-wide Clean Sweep project to clear trash and debris...

Summer concerts and outdoor movie night to be held in Northborough

Northborough - The Northborough Community Affairs Committee announced the return of its free Summer Concert Series for 2018. Concerts will be held on Sundays from...

UMass Memorial – Marlborough Hospital to hold ‘active shooter’ drill

Drill will take place Thursday, Dec. 20 from 8:30-10 a.m. Marlborough - UMass Memorial - Marlborough Hospital in partnership with the Marlborough Police Department will...

Shrewsbury board discusses host agreement for town’s first marijuana dispensary

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury selectmen are close to approving to a host agreement with Prime Wellness Centers, Inc., for the town’s...

State awards public fire education grants to local fire departments

Region - The Baker-Polito Administration announced that 246 fire departments have been awarded public fire education grants. Of those, 245 departments will receive Student...

Kittredge continues to serve Westborough

Westborough – Phil Kittredge is a Renaissance man of sorts. A recently retired longtime member of the Westborough Fire Department, he is also an amateur historian, who has collected - and donated – numerous photos and other items to various town groups and departments. But as committed as he has been to those endeavors, there is another area that really touches his heart, he said – serving as the president of the Westborough Food Pantry.

Massachusetts Ballot Questions Information Forum to be held in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury -  The League of Women Voters of Grafton/Shrewsbury is holding a 2018 State Ballot Question Forum on the three ballot questions which Massachusetts...
The Citizens of Antiford members (l to r) Justin Thibaut, Megan Koda and Samuel Sarette Photo/submitted

Grafton Historical Society upcoming events

Grafton - The Grafton Historical Society and the Grafton Public Library will co-sponsor a performance by literary historian Rob Velella Sunday, Oct. 14, at...

Local Rotary clubs hope to offer comfort to families of preemies

Region – When a baby is born prematurely, parents often experience a host of emotions including anxiety, fear and depression. While they of course want to be by their little one's side, that is not always possible, especially when the hospitalization is, as is often in cases of preemies, quite lengthy. But now parents whose babies are patients in the UMass Memorial Medical Center's Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in Worcester have another way to stay in touch when they can's be there in person ?a special web camera that allows them to see their child via real-time video.