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Monday, November 18, 2019

Home Instead: Care agency can help with short-term or emergency services

Northborough - Home Instead Senior Care brings to mind in-home care for frail elders, and those services are the primary part of its business. But the agency also provides short-term services to fill a variety of needs.

Holy Ghost Feast observed in Hudson

Hudson - Members of Grupo Folclorico de Criancas, a children's folk dance group, participate in the procession of the annual Imperio Mariense Holy Ghost...

Letter to the Editor: A note of thanks from the family of Carol I....

To the Editor: Carol I. Parker, 95, of Westborough died on Aug. 28, 2014, at the Beaumont Nursing Home, in Westborough. She was the daughter...

October marks Domestic Violence Awareness Month

SYFS offers prevention program By Lori Berkey, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury - With October marking National Domestic Violence Awareness month, Jennifer Rifkin, clinical director of Shrewsbury...

Westborough resident wins division in 5K

Westborough – Proving that it is never too late to get active, Martha Raphael, 70, a resident of Westborough, participated in the Sharon Timlin...

Quinn Middle School bucks trend and moves start time earlier

By Kate Tobiasson, Contributing Writer Hudson - Many districts across the country are moving start times for middle and high school students. This past year,...

Immaculate Conception School band members chosen for Mass. Catholic School Honor Band

Marlborough - (l to r)? Hannah Foster (clarinet), Caileigh Pierce (flute), Sarah Pierce (clarinet), Bethany Mitchell (flute), Jack Mao (alto sax), Joseph Chalmers (drums)...

Westborough resident honored with Blake Family Trophy

Westborough – Michael Kurlan, a graduating Middle School student at the Bancroft School in Worcester, was honored June 2 with the Blake Family Trophy. The...

Author of parenting guide to appear at Tatnuck Saturday, May 18

Westborough – Many parents nowadays are finding that instead of dealing with an empty nest situation as their children get older, the nest stays...

Cancer fight inspires mission of hope, help for others

Shrewsbury - When Ann Murray Paige was growing up in Shrewsbury, breast cancer was not what she envisioned in her future. Ann became an award-winning journalist, a wife, a mother, and in 2004 she began her fight against breast cancer. A 1983 graduate of Notre Dame Academy (NDA), Ann credits her physical education teacher with teaching her something that she says saved her life.