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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Westborough “goes red”

Westborough - Westborough resident Chris Neppl recently served as the Chair for the American Heart Association's Boston Go Red For Women Luncheon & Fashion...

Shrewsbury athlete recognized by NESCAC

Shrewsbury - The Trinity College (Hartford, Conn.) Bantam soccer team, captained by Shrewsbury native Joe Buckley (center) advanced to its first New England...

Athlete of the Week: Hudson High School senior Alex Pantalone

By Ryan Massad, Contributing Writer Team: Hudson Hockey Captain Coach: Mike Nanartowich 2011/2012 Notable Stats: 13 goals, 11 assists What are some of your earliest hockey memories? "The earliest...

Local boy “high fives” the Bruins

Shrewsbury - As part of the Massachusetts Board of Library Commissioners' summer reading partnership with the Boston Bruins, the team awarded the grand prize...

Local students achieve honors at Math/Computer Competition

Northborough/Southborough- Four students from Algonquin Regional High School, Jackson Brodeur, Shaun Tan, Raymond Mead and Akshay Thejaswi, demonstrated superior mathematical and computer programming skills and...

The C.A. picture of the day

Teaming up to fund scholarships Marlborough - Ready to compete in the Citizen's Scholarship Foundation (CSF) of Marlborough's sixth annual "Team Trivia Challenge," held March...

Local woman rows to success

Westborough - Samantha Fowle (right), of Westborough, and her Ohio State University Buckeye teammate Emily Walsh (left), of Pittsburgh, Penn., participated in the Open...

Athlete of the Week: Hudson High School junior Jake Loewen

"I'se been playing since I was 4 years old. My earliest memories are playing with my dad out in the driveway. We would play Horse and one-on-one, and it really helped me develop a passion for the game."

Catching up with Mother Goose

Northborough - Tara Aho and her daughter, Lily Guzman, 2, listen to a story read by children's librarian Laura Brennan during the March 21...

Algonquin Tomahawks score new head football coach

Northborough/Southborough - As many Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) sports fans know, the ARHS Tomahawks football team has not had a winning season since 1997. Starting in 2003, three different coaches have attempted the turnaround, but none have been successful. Justin McKay, the recently hired fourth coach, is hoping for that coveted winning season. McKay played at Ashland High School followed by two years at Assumption College. Then, in the fall of 2004, he started coaching football at Wachusett Regional High School in Holden. He coached at both the freshmen and varsity levels, working his way up to offensive coordinator.