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SHREWSBURY LOCAL NEWS & EVENTS

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“Dimout Area” was a precaution against air raids in Shrewsbury during WWII

We are indeed fortunate that two people from long ago took the time to document many scenes around the town of Shrewsbury through photography.

PHOTOS: Geomagnetic storm leads to aurora in region

On May 9, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Space Weather Prediction Center issued a Geomagnetic Storm Warning for Friday. 

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Oak Middle School ASL Club performs national anthem at WooSox game

By the time the American Sign Language Club reached Polar Park, the group was well rehearsed.

Mizikar receives positive reviews in performance evaluation

Kevin Mizikar, who has served as Shrewsbury’s town manager since 2017, received his annual performance review from the Select Board on April 23.

Citizens’ petition to rezone Clinton St. site eyed for industrial park

The petition follows months of Planning Board public hearings regarding a proposed industrial park at 142 Clinton St.

Flynn, Wensky re-elected to Select Board, School Committee

Shrewsbury voters went to the polls on May 7 for the town’s annual election and re-elected all of the incumbents.

SELCO recognized for reliable electric service to the community

Shrewsbury Electric & Cable Operations (SELCO) has received national recognition for achieving exceptional electric reliability in 2023. 

Shrewsbury Public Library to host AI expert

The talk is the third part of a series of presentations on AI sponsored by the Shrewsbury Public Library Foundation.

Shrewsbury, Algonquin students visit Polar Park for ‘Senior Scoop’

In addition to the students, several guidance counselors and other Shrewsbury staff headed to Polar Park to attend the event.

Shrewsbury MBTA zoning vote pushed until fall

At a specially scheduled meeting on May 2, the Select Board unanimously moved to push the town’s vote on MBTA zoning to later in the year.

Select Board establishes Municipal Facilities Optimization Committee

The committee will be tasked with recommending a preferred South Street facility design concept and budget to the Select Board by Sept. 10.

SELCO celebrates Arbor Day at Dean Park

For the 20th year, Shrewsbury Electric & Cable Operations (SELCO) celebrated Arbor Day on April 27 by distributing over 500 bare-root trees.

Cornerstone Bank celebrates grand opening of new Shrewsbury branch

Community members gathered for the grand opening of Cornerstone Bank’s Shrewsbury branch on Main Street on April 27. 

Shrewsbury Little League marks Opening Day with parade through Dean Park

Baseball and softball are back, and Little League ballplayers couldn’t be happier. Read about Opening Day here.

Medication take back at Shrewsbury Senior Center

The Shrewsbury Police Department will be hosting a medication take back on April 27 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Shrewsbury Senior Center.

Proposed industrial park’s sound, air pollution discussed at Planning Board

A proposed industrial park’s sound and air quality impact was discussed during an April 4 Planning Board meeting.

Former Christmas Tree Shops location may become trampoline park

Developers had filed permit requests to construct a trampoline park in Olde Shrewsbury Village, which used to be the Christmas Tree Shops.

Shrewsbury Senior Center offers root beer floats to community

On April 16, the Shrewsbury Senior Center opened its doors to the community for a “Generations Chill and Thrill.” 

Arbor Day celebration in Shrewsbury

SELCO will conduct its 20th annual Arbor Day celebration on Saturday, April 27, from 9 a.m. to noon at Dean Park.