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Award-winning author Lieberman to appear at Tatnuck Bookseller Saturday, May 18

Westborough – Award-winning author Tehila Lieberman will be at Tatnuck Bookseller Saturday, May 18 from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m., to sign copies of her...

Ready to catch fireflies

Southborough - Anthony Wu, 3, puts the finishing touches on the firefly catcher he made May 9 at the Southborough Public Library Children's Room....

Shrewsbury middle school student crusades against bullying

Shrewsbury - Violence and bullying are realities that schools everywhere have had to battle. Christina Berganza, an eighth-grader at Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury, has dedicated herself to standing up to bullying and doing what she can to bring about positive change among her peers.

Blood drive to benefit Westborough boy

Westborough – An American Red Cross Blood Drive will be held Tuesday, June 11 at the Westborough Senior Center to benefit 14-year-old Westborough resident...

“Open Mic Night” to benefit Shrewsbury's school

Shrewsbury – Residents are invited to participate in an "Open Mic Night" to benefit the Shrewsbury Public Schools on Friday, May 17, 7 to...

Meacham Heating, Cooling & Energy Solutions: Making homes more comfortable, efficient

Charlton??""We save energy one house at a time." That's how Sue Meacham sums up the business that she and her husband, Mark, have run since 1986. They can recommend systems that will provide the highest levels of comfort and the greatest savings.

Southborough mom is ‘flying high’

Southborough – For Sue Loverso, 48, a 2008 trip to the Trapeze School New York (TSNY) with Girl Scout Troop 72766 sparked an addiction to aerial acrobatics. "I participated with the girls and was completely hooked by the time I left class," said Loverso. "I went back a month later and it has been a part of my life ever since."

Shrewsbury women make 203 dresses for Tanzanian girls

Shrewsbury - As part of the "Sewing for Hope" project, an initiative to sew dresses for orphan girls in the Kagera section of Northwest Tanzania, a group of 23 women from The Village at Orchard Meadow have been busy stitching. The women, who began sewing Jan. 14, have made a total of 203 dresses.

Wegmans helps to “Check Out Hunger”

Northborough – Far surpassing their target goal of $12,000, employees from the Northborough Wegmans store presented a check for $26,201 to the Worcester County Food Bank (WCFB) April 29 after the store's successful "Check Out Hunger" campaign.

Happy birthday, Esther Berte!

Marlborough – Esther Virginia Mary Merlini Berte recently celebrated her 90th birthday. A resident of Marlborough her entire life, she worked in the shoe industry...