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Thursday, July 18, 2019

Verizon Wireless donates to YWCA of Central Mass.

Region - Verizon Wireless, a company committed to the prevention of domestic violence, recently presented $2,500 to the YWCA of Central Massachusetts. Verizon supports...

Northborough college student spends spring break building homes in Appalachia

Northborough – For most college students, the annual rite of spring is a trip to somewhere warm and sunny, soaking up the sun on the beach during the day and partying at night. Not so for Emily Polanowicz, a junior at Boston College. Along with about 400 other students, Polanowicz chose to donate her break time to the Appalachia Volunteers Program, where she was assigned to do carpentry work at a Habitat for Humanity project in Raleigh, N.C.

Young conservationist leads effort to clean pond area

Shrewsbury - On a chilly but gorgeous autumn afternoon, Mia Blakeley, a sixth-grade student at the Sherwood Middle School held a Costume Cleanup Oct. 30 at Jordan Pond as part of her platform for winning the Miss Shrewsbury Sweetheart Pageant last March.

Texas BBQ Company: Genuine finger-licking goodness, Texas style

Northborough – The Texas BBQ Company is the kind of place you tell your friends about. When we were introduced to the restaurant, my family fell in love with the place. After that, we took friends there every chance we got. We bought gift cards for others. We celebrated birthdays there.

Santa to visit Central One Federal Credit Union

Region - Central One Federal Credit Union members and their families are invited to stop in a local branch this holiday season to have...

Westborough student is runner-up in national math competition

Westborough - Massachusetts Academy of Math and Science senior and Westborough resident Karthik Karnik earned his place as runner-up in the American Mathematical Society’s “Who Wants to be a Mathematician” competition, which was held Jan. 7 in Seattle, Wash. Karnik represented the New England region and was one of only 10 students selected from more than 2,300 students nationwide who qualified to compete.

Christmas comes early for one young man thanks to car enthusiasts

Region- Like many young men, James Nifong of Sudbury loves cars. In his case, it is the two-door British sports car MGBs. In fact, by carefully saving his money, he was able to purchase his first one two years ago when he was only 15. The car was a real “fixer-upper.” Realizing he needed help in how to fix the car as well as actual hands on assistance he reached out to authorities on this car – the Boston Area MG Club (BAMG) – for advice. The car enthusiasts were delighted to help the young man.

Rotary Club celebrates Rotary International birthday

Marlborough - The Feb. 23 regular meeting of the Marlborough Rotary Club fell on the anniversary of the chartering of the first Rotary Club,...

Self-myofascial release/massage techniques to be taught in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury – Classes in self-myofascial release/massage techniques will be held on the second Monday of each month through the rest of the year at...

Lottery to be held in Northborough for affordable housing units

Northborough - The Northborough Affordable Housing Corporation, a nonprofit dedicated to creating affordable housing, has developed and built a four-unit rental project located at...