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Bean Counter Bakery uses fresh, all-natural ingredients

Shrewsbury - Alice Lombardi is the owner of the award-winning Bean Counter Bakery, located at 288 Boston Turnpike (Route 9 East), Shrewsbury, and its original location, 113 Highland St., Worcester.  She also owns Café Noir, located at 307 Grafton St., Shrewsbury.

CEO to fundraise by bicycling for Big Brothers Big Sisters

Shrewsbury – When Jeffrey Chin of Shrewsbury began as chief executive officer of Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass/Metrowest in 2013, he also joined the agency’s team for the Rodman Ride for Kids. Now, he’s preparing for his third ride in September and a fundraising kickoff party in July.

Shrewsbury High basketball to hold ALS fundraiser

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury High School (SHS) boys’ and girls’ varsity basketball teams will be hosting the annual ALS Awareness Game Thursday, March 16,...

Regatta Players flashing back with an awesome ‘80s season

Shrewsbury – The Regatta Players are totally flashing back to the 1980s in its fifth season, which began July 17 with the second annual Gala at Southgate at Shrewsbury. It included a cabaret show titled “Awesome ‘80s,” staged in the facility’s Flanagan Theater.

Shrewsbury Lions join global crusade to conquer blindness

Shrewsbury - To combat the leading causes of blindness and assist in preserving vision, the Shrewsbury Lions Club is participating in the annual Lions...

St. John's freshmen volunteer for hunger relief

Region - On Thursday, Sept. 1, St. John's High School in Shrewsbury sent 300 young men, their entire incoming freshman class, to the...

Friends of the Shrewsbury Library annual Used Book Sale

Shrewsbury - The Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library will hold its annual Used Book Sale Friday, April 7, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.;...

Volunteers honored at Ice Cream Social

Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Council On Aging ( COA) celebrated National Volunteer Week with its annual Volunteer Appreciation Ice Cream Social at...

Selectmen decide fate of dog deemed ‘dangerous’

Shrewsbury - The fate of “Casey,” a black German shepherd, hung in the balance at the June 23 Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen meeting. The dog, owned by Seamus Shanley, 29 Summer St., had been accused by several neighbors as being dangerous. The June 23 hearing had been called because of a written complaint from the Richardson family, 17 Summer St., who said their small, elderly, disabled Bichon dog died as a result of Casey’s unprovoked attack on it in May 2015. The owners told the board that “Cocoa” had to be euthanized at Tufts Veterinary Clinic shortly after the attack because of its injuries.

Shrewsbury teen considers his stuttering a gift

Shrewsbury - For as long as Ben North can remember, stuttering has been part of his life. His mother, Julie, says Ben's stuttering came on gradually when he was between 5 and 6years old. "Ben was chronically sick for his first three years of life, including chronic ear infections, a ruptured ear drum at 9 months old, and a life-threatening illness at age 2," Julie said. "His speech was a little bit delayed and when he began talking, he had some articulation issues."

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Martha M. Niedzwiecki, 95, of Carver, and longtime resident of Shrewsbury

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