Shrewsbury student earns Eagle Scout rank

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury resident Anthony Michael Moriondo, 18, was recognized Dec. 29 at an Eagle Scout Court of Honor at the First Congregational Church...

Longtime Shrewsbury friends rally to ‘Bring Kim Home’

By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury - Twenty years ago, a friendship was formed among three families from Shrewsbury. The Hallys Clearys and Magners family...

Challenger League gives disabled kids a chance to play ball

Shrewsbury - Two years ago, Shrewsbury Little League Coach Chip Collins took onto his team Camden Chenevert, a child who has a severe form of autism. That choice has inspired Collins, and others, to form a league for local youths who share the same challenges and aspirations as Camden. The Challenger League is for players with intellectual or physical disabilities, and gives them a chance to play baseball, Collins explained.

Shrewsbury is in the 'spirit’

Shrewsbury – Hundreds of people of all ages attended the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival Town Expo Sept. 28. The expo, which was one...

Shrewsbury Public Health advisory: harmful algae levels in ponds

Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Board of Health has issued a public health advisory due to the observation of high levels of cyanobacteria algae (blue-green)...

Mount Olivet Lutheran Church welcomes new pastor

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury resident Kathleen Keohane (left) is one of the congregants who attended the reception held to welcome the Rev. Andrew C. Heisen...

‘Paying the College Bill’ seminars to be held in Shrewsbury and Marlborough

Shrewsbury/Marlborough - College-bound high school seniors and their parents are facing critical decisions in the coming weeks as they compare financial aid award letters...

Kids honor “Drew's Dream”

Shrewsbury -The Shrewsbury Municipal Highway Garage was filled with the sound of happy chatter and laughter May 18 as children took the opportunity to climb on a variety of town vehicles. The occasion, "Kids" Equipment Day, Featuring Drew's Dream," was a fundraising event held in memory of the late Andrew "Drew" Stevens, who passed away in 2012 at age four. Monies raised at the event will be used to purchase a fire truck play structure and make the current playground at the Parker Road Preschool, where Drew was a student, accessible to children with special needs and mobility issues.

Jamros signed by New England Revolution to play in Special Olympics match

Shrewsbury - Joey Jamros, a resident of Shrewsbury, was signed by the New England Revolution as one of 13 Special Olympics athletes and Unified Partners to play in a Unified Match against a team from Special Olympics New York on July 6 at Gillette Stadium before the Revs home game against New York City FC.

Scouts entertain Notre Dame residents

Shrewsbury – Scouts from Shrewsbury’s Junior Troop 11087 and Brownie Troop 30705 sang Christmas carols for the residents of Notre Dame’s Long-Term Care and...

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