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Thursday, December 12, 2019

Antique book expert appears in Northborough

Northborough - Nationally-renowned antique book expert Kenneth Gloss holds up a 1912 Boston Red Sox World Series Championship program as he explains what makes...

Adhithyan Krishnan attends MassSTAR leadership conference

Westborough - The Westborough Woman's Club announced that Adhithyan Krishnan was chosen to attend the three-day MassSTAR Citizen Conference held at Lasell College. High...

Arts Alliance issues call to area photographers

Hudson - The deadline for area artists to register for the Arts Alliance Photography Exhibit is Thursday, Nov. 15. Sponsored by the Arts Alliance...

Marlborough Rotary Club adds community Rotaract Club

Marlborough - The Marlborough Rotary has added to its tradition of providing mentoring and educational opportunities for the youth of the Marlborough community with...

Southborough Library hosts business speaker series

Southborough - A standing-room-only crowd listened to Kaz Inc. President and CEO Julien Mininberg's presentation, "Building a $700 M Global Business with World-Class Brands...

Helping out in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Floral Street School custodian David Poe and students Kya Daniels (left) and Lila Goldberg (right) prepare to raise the American flag outside...

Shrewsbury Public Library presents “Tales from Beyond”

Shrewsbury - At Shrewsbury Public Library Nov. 2, Praveen Ram, 9, checks that the chains around magician Greg McAdams" wrists are solidly locked. McAdams...

Southborough Gardeners to present “Holidays in Bloom” Nov. 15

Southborough – Join the Southborough Gardeners Thursday, Nov. 15, as they present "The Holidays in Bloom with Sue Kaplan ~ Flower Arranging for the...

Shrewsbury resident gives back by helping newcomers learn English

Shrewsbury - Antonio Marin didn's speak English when he moved to the United States in 1992. Upon completing a master's degree in Venezuela, he was recruited for a job in Framingham at a Latino counseling center. Morin made time outside of work to study English with a volunteer tutor from Literacy Unlimited (LU) in Framingham. Now fluent and working as a special education teacher, the Shrewsbury resident returned to LU in September as a volunteer to help newcomers enroll during registration week. "It was a privilege, really," Morin said about going back to the spot where he first got help to now help others. "When you'se in a new country and you don's know the language," he added, "everything is so difficult."

Deja Brew: The beer is fresh here because you just made it

"You can brew your own beer and wine and make soda. We provide all the recipes, ingredients and instructions. We guarantee the results and we clean up the mess," said Ray Schavone, who, with his wife, Donna, has been running the brew-your-own business on Route 9 in Shrewsbury for 15 years.