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St. Mary School students sing National Anthem before WooSox game

Students from St. Mary School sang the National Anthem prior to a Worcester Red Sox game at Polar Park in Worcester on Sunday.

‘A bittersweet moment’: Edgemere Diner leaves its Shrewsbury home

Shrewsbury’s Edgemere Diner is on the move. It’s not going far, at least for the time being, however, moving to Grafton.

Shrewsbury holds Town Meeting

The Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen will now be known as the Select Board after receiving a thumbs up from Town Meeting last weekend.

Student made 9/11 sculpture comes home to Shrewsbury

As the cars pulled over for a police-escorted motorcade traveling Route 290 and the streets of Shrewsbury last Thursday, they probably had no idea why a Shrewsbury Facilities truck would warrant such attention. 
A sign in downtown Marlborough asks residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Shrewsbury selectmen consider developing public comment policy

The Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen is considering developing a public comment policy for its meetings following recent discussion.

Shrewsbury softball beats Westborough in late-season game

A late softball season matchup ended in a 10-3 Shrewsbury win over Westborough on Wednesday in Westborough.

Shrewsbury Board of Health implements mask advisory

A mask advisory is now in place in Shrewsbury following a unanimous vote by the Board of Health on Friday morning. 

Unauthorized burn led to ‘thousands of dollars’ in damage in Shrewsbury: FD

A fire sent smoke billowing over Flint Pond in Shrewsbury earlier this week, reportedly causing thousands of dollars in damage.

SHS grad wins cheerleading championship with Bridgewater State

Shrewsbury High School graduate Celeste McKenzie has been cheerleading since she was 5 years old, competing in an all-star program.

AMSA student from Shrewsbury named 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholar

Aryan Kumar, a high school senior at the Advanced Math and Science Academy from Shrewsbury has been named as a 2022 U.S. Presidential Scholar.

Shrewsbury plans in-person Memorial Day observances

Shrewsbury’s Memorial Day observances will be back in person this year, returning after being held virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Shrewsbury’s Crush nail salon celebrates ribbon cutting

Crush, a new addition to the Shrewsbury business landscape is looking to bring change in local nail salon offerings.

New data highlights student mental health issues, Shrewsbury school staff say

Stress and anxiety continue to represent top issues for Shrewsbury students, according to newly released survey results.

Shrewsbury Town Meeting article would increase building height limits in zoning district

A Shrewsbury Town Meeting article that would allow developers to build taller buildings in the town’s limited industrial zoning district.

Shrewsbury shop still in the cleaning business after 30 years

Jay Wilson and his father, Tom, didn’t know what to expect when they ventured out to open their own vacuum business in 1992. 

Shrewsbury selectmen approve preliminary Beal plans

Developers took another step forward in their efforts to build a new mixed-use facility at the former Beal school this week.

Shrewsbury indefinitely postpones yard waste collection

Shrewsbury officials have opted to postpone collection of yard waste altogether until further notice following recent issues.

Elected Shrewsbury School Committee members thank voters

Recently elected members of the Shrewsbury School Committee are thanking voters this week after last week’s municipal election.

Friends of Shrewsbury Public Library seeks new annual book sale chair

The Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library Board of Directors is looking for a volunteer to serve as the group’s annual book sale chair.

St. John’s baseball beats Westborough in Greg Montalbano Classic

WESTBOROUGH/SHREWSBURY - The St. John's baseball team started strong and didn't let up on Saturday against Westborough, downing the Rangers by an 11-3 margin. Dubbed...