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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Local families welcome NYC youth

Region - After a couple of buses arrived July 18 at the Marlborough Moose Lodge, (back, center) 12-year-old Stephanie Russell of New York City...

Seeing eye to eye in Northborough

Northborough - Brianna Ouelette, 3, gets a close-up look at a pygmy goat July 16, when the Northborough 4-H Small Animal Club set up...

Westborough Artist Sandra McCaw lives her dream

Westborough - Award-winning artist Sandra McCaw, who resides in Westborough, has dreamed of being an artist ever since she can remember.

Food, fun and sun in Northborough

Northborough - (l to r) Cassie Levin, 10, Caitlin Willwerth, 8, and Meredith Rafferty, 8, add ingredients as they prepare to bake chocolate-chip zucchini...

Learning to swim in Marlborough

Marlborough - Carolina Burgos, 4, gathers toy fish during the July 6 session of Tiny Tots Swim Lessons, offered by the Marlborough Recreation Department...

Westborough Community Band wraps up season Aug. 7

Westborough - Join in the fun and enjoyment of the Westborough Community Band for the last two concerts of the season. The band will perform...

Shrewsbury jazz enthusiast shares collection with radio listeners

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury resident John Cantor rises before dawn every Saturday. He grabs part of his early jazz CD collection and heads to the WCUW community radio station in Worcester, where he's the volunteer host of a weekly show.

Bishop Robert McManus looks to the future

Bishop Robert McManus has led the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester for seven years. During that time, he's experienced a number of highpoints, and endured some disappointments.

Westborough soprano rediscovers her voice

Westborough – As a young girl growing up in Worcester, Karen Amlaw loved to sing. But because her voice was, as she described it, "really big," Amlaw, who now resides in Westborough, was forbidden by her family to practice inside.

Westborough veteran still giving after all these years

Westborough – Westborough resident Luis Torres, 75, has more energy and zest for life than people half his age. He still has the crisp demeanor of one who has served in the Army for a long time.