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Scentsibilities holds seed starting demonstration March 10

Boylston - Scentsibilities will be holding a free seed starting demonstration Saturday, March 10, at 11 a.m. Learn how to start your own plants...

Southborough couple serves at home and abroad

Southborough - For Al and Ingamae (Inky) Jones, life together is precious and sweet, their playful bantering and obvious affection a testimony to the blessing they find in one another. The pair, 86 and 84 respectively, met at the Southborough Senior Center, 9 Cordaville Rd., in the fall of 2001. Inky, a retired gym teacher, was an active member of the Senior Center, taking fitness classes, tai chi, line dancing and even belly dancing. When she heard that a singing group would be started at the center, she immediately signed up. Al, who continues to participate in the Tuesday cribbage group, had heard about the Southborough Senior Singers as well and promptly joined. While the Southborough Senior Singers made beautiful music together so, too, did Al and Inky.

ARC Comedy Show a huge success

Marlborough - The Second Annual Comedy Night, sponsored by the Board of Directors of the Addiction Referral Center (ARC), was a huge success, according to ARC President Ernie Kapopoulos.

Local student part of health care team heading to Africa

Marlborough – Marlborough High School senior Matthew Zinck is looking forward to vacation this year, but not because he wants to sleep late or...

Veterans Inc. to host Best Ball Charity Golf Classic

Worcester - Veterans Inc. will host their 15th Annual Best Ball Charity Golf Classic Wednesday, May 9, at the Heritage Country Club in Charlton....

Shrewsbury Public Library offers new e-reader resources

Shrewsbury - According to the Pew Research Center the percentage of American adults who own an electronic reader or e-reader jumped from 10 percent to 19 percent between mid-December 2011 and early January 2012. The holiday gift-giving season is seen as the reason for the jump

Local athletes shine at Division 2 MIAA Indoor Championships

Region - There were a number of outstanding performances and personal records set by local residents at the MIAA Division 2 High School Indoor Track and Field Championships Feb. 16. Cameron Brilliant, Joseph Breen, Shane Duffy, Annie Sullivan, and Michael Darmiento from Algonquin Regional;

Marlborough resident helping to make drugs safer

Marlborough - Alison Serrano has always had a keen interest in healthcare and wanted to work for an organization that helped to improve people's lives in some way. To this end, she became involved with the nonprofit Needham-based Drug Safety Executive Council (DSEC), a peer-to-peer membership of 2,000 drug safety leaders who work toward the development of better and safer medicines worldwide.

Athlete of the Week: Algonquin's Drew Beland

"I like to be a leader to put people in other positions. I feel like I have a good work ethic and work hard at practice. I like to see other people improve - it's good for them, as well as the team."

The calm before the storm

Westborough - Yesterday the afternoon sun was shining on Route 30, giving little indication that it is still February. But just 24 hours later,...