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Wednesday, February 20, 2019

Garden Club sponsors two SOS events

Shrewsbury - The 7th annual "Scarecrows on the Common" contest and display, sponsored by the Shrewsbury Garden Club, will take place Friday, Sept. 30, through Friday, Oct. 21. Shrewsbury residents, businesses and clubs are invited to create a scarecrow to be displayed on the Town Common. Awards and certificates will be given out in several categories. Again this year, there will be no entry fee; however, participants are asked to fill out and send in an entry form. The deadline for entry is Friday, Sept. 23.

Writing the next chapter

Shrewsbury - Although digital technology is rapidly changing the way we consume information, many believe that a town's support of its library speaks volumes...

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Motorcycling for scholarship funds Marlborough - Some of the more than 300 motorcyclists complete the 50-mile course of the fifth annual Dollars for Scholars Bike...

Group helps young people be own advocates

Westborough - Cancer can strike anyone - even young athletes in their prime, such as Red Sox pitcher Jon Lester, former Boston Bruins forward Phil Kessel, champion bicyclist Lance Armstrong and the late Greg Montalbano, a Westborough resident who was a star pitcher for St. John's High School and the Worcester Tornadoes.

Law Office of Carolyn R. Spring: Westborough attorney stresses advance planning for families, the...

Westborough attorney stresses advance planning for families, the elderly

Community Advocate celebrates its 37th anniversary

Westborough - Since our paper first hit the streets in 1974, we have put out approximately 1,924 weekly editions. Multiply that...

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Algonquin on the Run Algonquin Regional High School's Elizabeth Holmes lets a penalty shot fly during season-opener action against Burncoat High School. Photo/Chris Wraight

Physician Focus: Eating Disorders

By Esther Dechant, M.D. and Beth Mayer, LICSW   Region - As many as 10 million females and one million males in the U.S. are affected...

Shrewsbury man reads to the blind

Shrewsbury – Bruce Andrews grew up with a little sister who was six years his junior. He loved to read to her. As an Eagle Scout during his youth, he was picked to read a selection to the public at a Memorial Day Parade.

Hudson Fire Department unveils 9/11 memorial

Hudson – Fire Chief John Blood salutes as the American flag is lowered and folded by firefighters during a dedication ceremony at Hudson Fire...