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On the road to support veterans’ needs

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Shrewsbury – A comfortably cool morning Nov. 7 drew nearly 200 runners and walkers to participate in the 11th...

Westborough celebrates 300th anniversary in ‘grande’ style

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Photos/Dakota Antelman, Levi Howard and Bonnie Adams Video/Dakota Antelman Westborough – Hundreds of residents lined the streets of Westborough on a...

Algonquin celebrates graduation

Northborough/Southborough – The members of the class of 2013 gathered at Algonquin Regional High School for their graduation ceremony June 2.In spite of the...

Over 380 participate in 20th annual Corridor Nine 5K

Northborough – Over 380 runners of all ages participated in today's Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce 20th annual Applefest 5K Race held at...

Students participate in fun and games at Fales Field Day

Westborough - The end of the school year is quickly approaching and on June 12, the students at Annie B. Fales Elementary School participated in its annual Field Day. Each grade wore a different color and a much-anticipated opening ceremony marked the beginning of the day’s activities.

Hudson honors its history and future at sesquicentennial parade

Hudson - Months after fireworks kicked off year-long celebrations of Hudson’s 150th anniversary, the town hosted its main event, bringing nearly 1,000 marchers through the heart of town for a parade honoring Hudson’s history and future. Organized over a 12-month period starting last fall, the parade featured 14 floats spread out over seven sections. In addition to the floats, the parade drew local politicians including state Representative Kate Hogan (D-Stow), Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, and Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant.

Hudson gets 36 inches of snow – and TV news coverage

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Hudson – While early risers in Hudson were clearing driveways Jan.28 after the previous day’s snowstorm, the town was...

Hudson remembers fallen military veterans

By Ed Karvoski Jr, Contributing Writer   Hudson – Memorial Day was observed May 28 with an annual parade in downtown Hudson led by the AMVETS...

Santa visits Shrewsbury’s library

Shrewsbury - Santa Claus made a visit to the delight of many young patrons of the Shrewsbury Public Library at its temporary site at 214 Lake St. Dec. 6.

Algonquin Tri-M hosts open mic fundraiser with new twists

Northborough/Southborough – On May 11, the Algonquin Regional High School chapter of the Tri-M Music Honor Society presented 19 acts featuring vocalists and musicians in its eighth annual Open Mic Night with some new twists.