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List of posts to be included in the Shrewsbury newsletter email.

Traffic discussed for 922,000-square-foot industrial park project

A proposed industrial park on Clinton Street is estimated to generate nearly 1,500 trips of traffic every day.

Shrewsbury police charge woman after finding stun guns in vehicle

A Worcester woman faces charges after police allegedly found two stun guns in her car during a traffic stop on Nov. 15.
Shrewsbury volleyball held off by Algonquin team

Algonquin Volleyball holds off Shrewsbury

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Northborough – The Algonquin Regional girls volleyball team defeated Shrewsbury 3-0 in a match April 1. After Algonquin won the first...

Local students share global stories with documentary

After months of travel, editing, interviewing, and everything else associated with producing a professional documentary, Baywatana premiered at the Parliament of World Religion conference in Chicago on Aug. 15.

Shrewsbury announces vacancies in Emergency Management

  Shrewsbury – The town of Shrewsbury is seeking individuals to fill vacancies for the following two positions in Emergency Management:   Volunteer Shelter Coordinator – Shrewsbury,...

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.

Shrewsbury Public Schools make mindfulness a priority

The Community Advocate followed SPS Mindfulness Director Jordan Grinstein to document his efforts to spread mindfulness.

Marijuana courier one step closer to coming to Shrewsbury

Co-owner of Finest Trees LLC Rebecca Yarnie said she is not sure how long it will take to receive final licensure and begin construction.

Shrewsbury schools receive $20,000 anonymous donation

SHREWSBURY – An anonymous donor recently contributed $20,000 to the Shrewsbury Public Schools’ Colonial Fund.  The School Committee unanimously accepted the donation during its Jan....

Shrewsbury Girl Scouts earn Bronze Award

Several members of Shrewsbury Girl Scout Troop 30312 recently earned the Girl Scout Bronze Award by donating several “birthday boxes.”
Shrewsbury players charge onto the field before a home crowd on Sept. 25.

Shrewsbury football beats Acton Boxborough, secures first win of year

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor SHREWSBURY - The Shrewsbury High School football team notched its first win of the season, Sept. 25, with a 18-7...

St. Anne’s Human Services provides holiday cheer, year-round support

The pantry – an offshoot of St. Anne’s Human Services – helps fight food insecurity throughout Shrewsbury.

Shrewsbury middle school students compete in a spelling bee

Schottische was also the winning word at the Sherwood Spelling Bee on Dec. 9 held by the Sherwood and Oak Parent Teacher Organization.

Shrewsbury shows holiday cheer with Caroling on the Common

The Shrewsbury community gathered on the Town Common to spread holiday cheer on Dec. 23. Caroling on the Common featured free hot chocolate.

Shrewsbury candidates bring their message to forums

The League of Women Voters hosted School Committee and Select Board candidates for a forum at Oak Middle School on April 24.

With override, Shrewsbury prepares for school redistricting, full-day kindergarten

By Laura Hayes, Contributing Writer SHREWSBURY — With the Proposition 2 1/2 budget override approved by voters earlier this month, the Shrewsbury Public Schools will...

No injuries reported in truck fire in Shrewsbury

The Shrewsbury Fire Department shared photos on Thursday following a truck fire near Lake Quinsigamond the previous day.

Hapgood’s Cider

By Michael Perna Jr. Shrewsbury - For many, many years, back in the days before Shrewsbury became the diverse, populated community that it is today,...

Child pornography charges brought against Shrewsbury robotics mentor

The U.S. Attorney’s Office announced on Monday that Brian Lingard was arrested on charges of possessing and transporting child pornography. 

Shrewsbury Police seek B&E suspect

Shrewsbury Police is seeking the public’s help with identifying a male suspected in multiple residential breaking-and-entering incidents in Shrewsbury on Tuesday, Dec. 19.