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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

ARHS wrestling to raise dough this weekend

Northborough/Southborough - Wrestling was a sport offered at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) back in the "70s and "80s, but was dropped in 1989 after interest in it waned. With the help of parent, Gordy Wrin, the program was brought back in 2005 as a "club team." Ever year since then, ARHS has maintained a competitive varsity team.

Holiday Store helps Westborough families in need

Westborough – Many people feel at least a little anxiety about their finances during the December holidays. But for some families, the daily stress of trying to pay for just the necessities of life often means there is no money left to purchase holiday gifts for their children.

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Eagles soar with 'Rock and Stroll' Marlborough - Walking laps Oct. 23 at Ward Park for the Marlborough Fraternal Order of Eagles third annual...

Andy Needham creates, performs contemporary worship music

By Sue Wambolt, Contributing Writer Northborough - For the 150-plus teens who have attended the Chapel of the Cross Youth Group over the...

Locals appear in Hanover Theatre's “A Christmas Carol”

Region - Kicking off the holiday season, The Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts in Worcester will once again be presenting Dickens" "A Christmas Carol," New England's largest production of this celebrated holiday favorite. It features myriad special effects and its famous Might Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ.

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Taking the plunge to help charities Westborough - John Badenhausen, the director of Westborough Youth and Family Services (WYFS), gets support from the polar bear...

Shrewsbury veterinarian pens book on pet loss

Shrewsbury - Most high school students have difficulty finding a career focus as they prepare to enter college. This was not the case, however, for Shrewsbury resident Monica Mansfield. From an early age, she knew with great clarity that she wanted to become a veterinarian.

Marlborough, Shrewsbury head to Cheerleading Nationals

Marlborough/Shrewsbury - It was a day filled with loud music, louder cheers, acrobatic flips, scintillating stunts, dozens of teams, hundreds of cheerleaders, dancers and spectators, and more than eight hours of competition and routines at Marlborough, Shrewsbury head to Cheerleading Nationals (SHS) Nov. 20. In the end, the cheerleading teams from Marlborough High School (MHS) and SHS both received bids to Nationals. MHS and SHS finished 7th and 8th out of more than 15 teams in a competitive Division 1 field. MHS cheerleading coach Adrienne DeGeorge spoke about her team's performance despite the loss of a key performer earlier this fall.

Marlborough High School's Reality Fair creates real-life experience for students

Marlborough - Marlborough High School (MHS), Marlborough Rotary Club and the Greater Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce recently produced the eighth annual financial literacy...

Brownie Troop 30485 of Northborough learns to give back

Northborough - Northborough's Brownie Troop 30485 learned firsthand Nov. 6 what it means to give back. The group of third-graders put together 50 goody bags to be donated to the nonprofit organization Birthday Wishes, which has an office in Northborough.