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Marlborough – Some members of the girls team maneuver their robot at Quinsigamond Community College. The Whitcomb School Robotics Team Marlborough, composed of fifth-...
As conflict and poverty plague the world, one group of women knits to improve the lives of others and spread world peace.
Shrewsbury - Gathered prior to the graduation ceremony for the Class of 2011, held June 2 at the Shrewsbury High School Field House, are...
By Joan Goodchild Community Reporter Westborough - On many days, you can find fitness instructor Dawn Geoffroy teaching cardio, strength-training, yoga and spinning classes at the...
Westborough - For months, Westborough residents have looked curiously at the array of glass panels lined up in neat rows in what was formerly a wooded Milk Street lot and wondered at what exactly they were looking.
Shrewsbury - When Shrewsbury businessman Robert Terkanian sees a public sign that is in disrepair or a patch of ground that needs landscaping, he works closely with town officials to get permission to make the necessary improvements.
Leaving behind his career in investment banking in 1987, Northborough resident Scott Larson, along with his wife, Hanne, started a Christian faith-based program to help incarcerated youth during their detention and after their release.
Southborough - Dan and Betty Custer were planning to sell their Southborough home and move to Virginia, when Dan suddenly became ill, passing away a few weeks later.
Hudson - Throughout his youth, Brian Bowen played baseball and hockey, including hockey for one year at Fitchburg State University. Today, in addition to his job as a town assessor for Hudson, the lifelong resident of Hudson has continued to bat for youth sports.
Shrewsbury - Michael Collins, the son of Jack and Grace Collins of Shrewsbury, recently won two top awards at the Tribeca Film Festival in New York City. He received the audience award and the best new documentary director special jury prize for his film, "Give Up Tomorrow."