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Friday, November 15, 2019

Athlete of the Week: Westborough's Whitney Woodcock

Team: Westborough Girls Basketball (senior captain). Individual Stats: 9 games, (106 points), three-pointers, (27-65), rebounds, (3.2 percent). Scored 14 points, including 4 three-pointers to lead Westborough (2-6, 1-1) in a MidWach B loss at North Middlesex.

Have you seen “Neil” in Westborough?

Westborough - "Neil", a two-year-old male black American short-haired cat has been missing from the Longmeadow Road area of Westborough since January 28.

Locals report military news, Feb. 3 edition

Region - Army Reserve Chief Warrant Officer 2 Denrick Mills has been decorated with the Army Achievement Medal. The medal is awarded to members of...

Marlborough Historical Society announces “Festival of Trees” awards

Marlborough - Bob Kane, curator of the Marlborough Historical Society, has announced the awards that were given out at December's very successful "Festival of...

Prepared for the Super Bowl

Southborough - Sarah Cruthers and Katie Monroe check a family's order for the Pilgrim Church Senior High Youth Group's annual Super Bowl Sub Sale,...

Westborough ladies spread kindness one stitch at a time

Westborough - Over the past few years, knitting has become a popular, almost trendy hobby. Although a group of knitters, all of whom live at the Willows Retirement Community in Westborough enjoy the hobby, they do not do it for the mere pleasure of creation. Rather, these ladies have a mission – to make hats and mittens for children in need.

STAR students offer mediation to peers

Shrewsbury – Francesca Oddo has witnessed a peer get upset over an argument with another student. Oddo, a seventh-grader at Oak Middle School (OMS) in Shrewsbury, wants to help fellow students resolve conflicts peacefully. She's one of 16 OMS students who completed training last fall to become a Students Talk and Resolve (STAR) peer mediator.

Shrewsbury student inspires peers to act globally

Shrewsbury - It was an email message that Ann Jones, interim principal at Oak Middle School in Shrewsbury, received in the first weeks of school in August 2011 that was a bit different. Jones is used to chatting with students, but few actually go as far as to request a formal meeting to discuss ideas with her.

Shrewsbury preschooler calls skatepark home

Shrewsbury - Lucas Moelk, 4, spent many of his days hanging around a skatepark even before he could walk. The main reason is because his father, Jason, owns Subliminal Skatepark in Shrewsbury. Lucas has become one of the youngest skating sensations.

Pro Musica Youth Chorus looks for new members

Region - The Pro Musica Youth Chorus is accepting new members to be a part of their 25th anniversary season. The chorus provides a...