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Friday, February 22, 2019

Winter through the ages

Marlborough - March 5, 1772 there was commencement of a great snow storm or storms. Sixteen inches fell that day and in sixteen days, another five feet. People said that "it was an amazing quantity of snow that they had never seen before." March 23, 1785, a great body of snow lay upon the ground, and it is said to have continued to the depth of four feet for nearly a month.

Author Swanson to sign copies of new novel at Tatnuck Bookseller

Westborough – Author Peter Swanson will be signing copies of his new novel, "The Girl with a Clock for a Heart" at Tatnuck Bookseller...

Volunteers sought to play with children in shelters

Region - Do you know that one in every 50 children in the U.S will go to sleep without a home this year? Horizons...

Annual K of C basketball free throw event to be held Jan. 15

Westborough - The Westborough Knights of Columbus, Council 85, has announced its annual basketball free throw competition for boys and girls ages 10 -...

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...

(Not so) on top of the world

Berlin – A raccoon has been stuck on top of a telephone pole across from the Berlin Post Office on Pleasant Street since early...

‘Tis the season for trees, wreaths, garland

Westborough - Billy Kohler and his brother, John, unload a truck early morning Nov. 24, the first day of the Westborough Civic Club's annual...

No slowing down for Southborough senior

Southborough - At 92, Alice Cavanaugh does not miss a beat. Her busy calendar, which includes working at the Southborough Senior Center (at the front desk), running the Senior Center store, singing with the Southborough Singers and playing cards every Tuesday afternoon rivals that of someone half her age. On Wednesdays, her only day off, Alice does not slow down. Rather, she visits one of her sisters, does her hair, or prices items for the Senior Center store.

Touring the garden

Region - Angie Burnett, Harriett McCarty and Roberta Foote view the Systematic Garden during a Sept. 9 visit to Tower Hill Botanic Garden in Boylston.