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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.”
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Shrewsbury School Committee unveils strategic plan

The School Committee unanimously approved a strategic plan for the district effective from 2023 to 2027 during their April 26 meeting.

Ten things to do this Mother’s Day weekend

Welcome to Mother’s Day weekend. There’s plenty to do around the area, from plant sales to a fishing derby.

Shrewsbury School Committee praises superintendent’s performance

Superintendent Joe Sawyer has received an “exemplary” performance review from the School Committee, as reported on April 26.

A look at the Shrewsbury Town Meeting warrant

On the night of May 15, Shrewsbury Town Meeting members will gather at Oak Middle School to review and vote on 54 warrant articles.

Food Truck Thursdays return to Shrewsbury Town Hall

Food Truck Thursdays are officially returning to the Shrewsbury Town Hall, kicking off on May 18 and running through Oct. 12. 

Shrewsbury candidates reflect on election

After a competitive Shrewsbury election, the newly-elected Select Board and School Committee members voiced their excitement about the results

St. John’s senior named semifinalist in Presidential Scholars Program

St. John’s senior Alex Naliath is one of 628 semifinalists and was selected from over 5,000 candidates. In total, there were 12 semifinalists from Massachusetts.

Five things to do this weekend

Here are some of the local events happening this weekend, including a chat with Sarah and General Artemas Ward and free comic book day.

Police presence at Shrewsbury High School following report of potential threat of violence

There’s been a presence of Shrewsbury officers at Shrewsbury High School after police received a report of a potential threat of violence.

Bill seeks to bolster local access revenue streams

"Cutting the cord" may mean lower bills and access to more programs, but it also means lower revenues for local cable access studios.

Traffic stop in Shrewsbury leads to drug trafficking charges

Matthew Starbard faces charges, including trafficking a class B substance and possession of a class C substance with intent to distribute.

Shrewsbury releases unofficial results in municipal election

There will be new faces on the Select Board and School Committee as Shrewsbury voters headed to the ballot box on May 2.

Local artists to brighten up electrical boxes

The Shrewsbury Cultural Council (SCC) will be sponsoring artists to wrap electrical boxes throughout town with colorful designs meant to celebrate Shrewsbury’s unique culture.

Local chamber to sponsor golf tournament

Central One Federal Credit Union is the title sponsor for the upcoming Corridor 9/495 Regional Chamber of Commerce 37th annual School/Business Partnership Golf Tournament.

‘Custer Cars’ were a popular ride at Shrewsbury amusement park

One of the many rides that White City Amusement Park in Shrewsbury featured was the “Custer Cars,” which went around a track.

Students catch glimpse into future at Oak Middle School Career Day

Over 60 professionals from a variety of career fields converged at Oak Middle School to share their experiences with nearly 500 students.

Five things to know this weekend: Clean ups continue, Westborough unplugs

As the weekend gets underway, check out five things you should have on your radar, including Go Out Doors in Northborough and town cleanups.

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.

Shrewsbury discusses cemetery expansion into Prospect Park

Shrewsbury unveiled plans during an April 5 meeting to expand the cemetery across the street into areas of Prospect Park.