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Libro DiPilato

Libro DiPilato, 91, of Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Libro DiPilato, 91, a longtime Shrewsbury resident, a man of strength and principle with a heart of gold, passed away, Friday, December...
Carl R. Popp

Carl R. Popp, 78, of Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Carl Richard “Reggie” Popp, 78, of Shrewsbury and formerly of Clinton, passed away on Sunday, January 16, 2022 at UMASS Memorial –...

Saint Vincent Medical Group opens new Shrewsbury office

Shrewsbury – On July 29, Saint Vincent Medical Group of Shrewsbury celebrated the ribbon cutting of its new location at 181 Main St., first floor. This new larger space offers both internal and family medicine provided by internists Nandana Kansra and Sapna Savant, and family practitioners David Larrabee and Farah Khan, who treat patients of all ages.

Heartfelt fun for Shrewsbury family while raising awareness, funds

Shrewsbury - The King brothers of Shrewsbury enjoy Friends With Heart family night at the Worcester Sharks game. Ben (front, center), 13,...

Shrewsbury Library Foundation hosts inaugural event with retro game night fundraiser

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – Do you remember the Match Game? The original Match Game premiered in 1962 on NBC and was a...

Shrewsbury student organizes 5K for Camp Wonder

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury High School junior Patricia Egan scratches every day due to a skin disease she developed at six months old called atopic dermatitis. However, that hasn’t stopped her from sprinting for the Colonials’ indoor and outdoor track teams, or playing for the school’s girls’ soccer team.

Shrewsbury police, loved ones mourn the loss of Sergeant Jim Carlin

The family and former colleagues of retired Shrewsbury Police Sergeant Jim Carlin are mourning his loss after he passed away Oct. 22.

Teens lend a hand at Shrewsbury library

By Shriya Jamakandi Shrewsbury High School Guest Reporter Shrewsbury - Walking into the library around 11 a.m. on a recent Wednesday morning, everything seemed quiet. Librarians were...

Shrewsbury church volunteers offer home cooked meals to those in need

Shrewsbury - Once a month, a small group of church members and their friends meet at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury to cook...

Enjoying the nice weather

Shrewsbury - Taking advantage of the recent warm weather, five chickens were pecking the grass in a front yard right off Main Street. Photo/Joyce DeWallace

Shrewsbury residents, officials debate merit of Proposition 2 -1/2 override

By Michelle Murdock, Contributing Writer Shrewsbury - Calling themselves "Community Supporters for Shrewsbury," a group of concerned citizens have filed paperwork to form a ballot...

‘Sidewalk Math’ arrives at Saint Mary School

Shrewsbury - The parking lot at Saint Mary School in Shrewsbury now has three brightly colored number patterns inspiring students to engage with “feet on” math games. Service Club students recently partnered with the Sidewalk Math team to plan, layout stencils and paint the “Count Dragons,” “Count to Order” and “Count-By 2, 3 and 5” number graphics which will serve as inspiration for active math games, songs and activities about numbers.

Shrewsbury Town Meeting to consider Town Center transportation study

Town Meeting will consider plans to study transportation in Shrewsbury’s Town Center when members convene next month.

Traffic to begin shifting to new Burns bridge

Region - Traffic is soon anticipated to start shifting from the existing Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge and onto the first half of the...

Shrewsbury High student ambassadors lead 9/11 project for veterans

Shrewsbury - On Sept. 11, students at Shrewsbury High School participated in a service project to honor local veterans and those who died in the terrorist attack 14 years ago. As part of Project 351, hundreds of cards were made that will be distributed to those who have served.

Shrewsbury Historical Society offers scholarships

The Shrewsbury Historical Society has announced two scholarships for seniors who reside and attend public or private high schools in town.

Shrewsbury Girl Scouts celebrate bridging ceremony

Shrewsbury – One hundred twenty Shrewsbury Girl Scouts recently “bridged” to their next level in a ceremony held at the Floral Street School. Loren Cardani,...

Shrewsbury Stop & Shop donate to St. Anne’s food pantry

Shrewsbury –The Shrewsbury Stop & Shop, located at 539 Boston Turnpike, presented a donation of $4,116 to the St. Anne’s Human Services food pantry March 1. Elaine LeBlanc, the organization’s director, and Jo Ann Keegan, the food pantry manager, accepted the check from management and employees of the store.

Meryl A. Giedymin, 24, of Shrewsbury

Wednesday, Aug. 2, 2017 Shrewsbury - Meryl Anastasia Giedymin, a lifelong resident of Shrewsbury, was born Feb. 13, 1993, the second of five children. Fiercely...

Marilyn L. Reed, 99, formerly of Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Marilyn L. (Going) Reed, formerly of Shrewsbury, passed away on Saturday, August 22, 2020, at the age of 99. She was born...