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Wednesday, January 22, 2020

Westborough optometrist continues to give back to community

Westborough – As a student going through the Westborough Public Schools, Dr. Jeffrey Lucash Cohn was always eager to participate in opportunities that allowed him to help others. Now, even though it has been nearly a decade since he graduated from Westborough High School, Jeff is still helping others, especially children, through his work as an optometrist.

Cara Brindisi leads musical life

Shrewsbury - After graduating from Shrewsbury High School (SHS) in 2006, Cara Brindisi elected to attend the highly respected Berklee University in pursuit of her music dream. Brindisi always enjoyed singing, but one of the requirements of her music therapy degree was to learn an instrument. That was when Santa got involved. Under the tree on Christmas morning was a Seagull guitar, which would become Brindisi's "weapon of choice" for the next five years.

Public menorah lightings this weekend in Shrewsbury, Westborough

Westborough - Chabad of Westborough will sponsor its annual public Menorah Lighting and Chanukah Celebration Saturday, Dec. 8, in Shrewsbury and Sunday, Dec. 9,...

Living Nativity Dec. 15 at Church of the Nativity

Northborough - Living Nativity, a live reenactment of the birth of Jesus, will be presented Saturday, Dec. 15, at 6:30 p.m., on the front...

Students selected for All-Eastern Honors Ensembles

Northborough – Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) students Andy Hamilton, Priscilla Sena and Jillian Greenspan have been selected to participate in the 2013 All-Eastern...

Beaton to host Holiday Coffee Hour at Westborough Senior Center

Westborough - On Friday, December 14 ?from 10 a.m. to noon, state Rep. Matthew Beaton (R-Shrewsbury ) will host a Holiday Coffee Hour at...

Marlborough High School grows moustaches for men's health

Marlborough - Marlborough High School (MHS) male students, faculty and staff put away their razors for the month of November to support often-ignored men's...

WHS graduate brings mind-reading performance home

Westborough - Eric Dittelman, 27, now of Grafton, is a professional performer who combines a unique blend of mind-reading, comedy, and magic to mystify his audience. Eric's interest in magic began when he was in fifth grade. "Ever since I was little, as far back as I can remember, I remember watching David Copperfield specials on TV and just trying to figure out how he did that," Eric said.

eClinicalWorks CEO shares company's success story

Westborough – By his own admission, Girish Kumar Navani, the CEO and co-founder of eClinicalWorks, acknowledges that the road to his company's success has not been what many would consider traditional. But what all would agree on is the company, which is a market leader in electronic medical records management, is one that continues to thrive, even in a still subdued economy. And with a new deal with the National Football League just announced, the future continues to shine brightly for the former software engineer and the Westborough-based company.

Westborough Players Production of ‘Annie: The Musical’ in full swing

  Westborough - The Westborough Players Club will open their 76th season this January with a production of "Annie: The Musical". Performances will be held on...