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Monday, November 19, 2018

Echobrook Nursery

We carry hanging baskets planted with Proven Winner flowers, and flowering plants such as rosebushes and hydrangeas. We have a large selection of succulents from a local grower as well as a large selection of house plants and tropical plants. We plant containers with combinations of herbs and succulents or herbs and annuals

Sign language strengthens classmates” communication

Northborough – At the beginning of this school year, families of fourth-graders at Proctor Elementary School received a letter from Principal Margaret Donohoe, announcing the hope to form a sign language group.

Colonial Garden Club to host Invasive Plant Species Crisis discussion

Marlborough - Local gardens, neighborhoods and wild lands are being overrun by several dozen plants that evolved in far-away continents.? On Wednesday, Oct. 10,...

“A Party for Artie” to benefit Shrewsbury man

Shrewsbury - Hockey is a tough sport, to play and to coach. For Shrewsbury resident Art Ward, whose fellow teammates nicknamed "The Butcher," that challenge has always been met with spirit, grit and an unwavering commitment.

Hudson fishing derby to continue longtime tradition

Hudson – The Hudson Park Commission/Division of Recreation and Hudson Oddfellows Lodge #154 have scheduled the ninth annual George Chiasson Memorial Trout Fishing Derby at Tripp’s Pond for Saturday, April 9, from 6:30 to 11:30 a.m. As the town celebrates its 150th anniversary, a derby at the pond prompts several decades of memories among residents, noted Recreation Director Steven Santos.

Library patrons celebrate Patriots

Westborough - (l to r) Westborough High School students Conor McGrath, Josh Sternburg and Tor Ramos attend a Super Bowl rally party for the...

Kids create a magical musical

Northborough - (l to r) Zachary Newbound, 9, Hannah O'Grady, 8, and Grace Coderre, 9, perform a song-and-dance number in "Disney's Aladdin Kids," presented...

Starting day with holiday breakfast

Marlborough - Zepherin Hirsh, 3, has his eye on the most important meal of the day at the 21st annual Breakfast with Santa, presented...

Hudson choral director adds another credit to her resume

Hudson – A typical weekday for lifelong Hudson resident Lisa Schliker begins by waking up at 5 a.m. She instructs indoor cycling or spin at 5:45 three mornings a week. After reporting to a fulltime office job, she attends rehearsals nearly each of those evenings. Yet, she recently added another credit to her resume. Schliker is the new choral director of the River’s Edge Youth Chorus, a program of the River’s Edge Arts Alliance for ages 8 to 18.

Mandolin concert at Congregational Church April 8

Grafton - The l'Esperance Mandolin Ensemble will present a concert Sunday, April 8, at 1 p.m., at the Congregational Church of Grafton, UCC, 30 Grafton...