Shrewsbury - Deacon Daniel Francis Crimmins, of Shrewsbury, formerly of Maynard, died Saturday, Oct. 25, 2014 at UMass Memorial Medical Center, University Campus in...
Shrewsbury – This year's Spirit of Shrewsbury festival will be a little less lively this year, with the unexpected absence of its master of ceremonies Kevork "Kev" Tevekelian, who passed away Aug. 29. He was 47. The Shrewsbury resident and father of three young boys had faced an eight-year battle with Multiple Myeloma, an incurable form of blood cancer. For 30 years he owned and operated Kev Tev Entertainment, where he worked as a disc jockey.
Shrewsbury - Jim Peden died Saturday, Jan. 25, 2014. He passed on peacefully in his sleep, surrounded by his family, after a long struggle...
Shrewsbury – Edwin B. "Ted" Coghlin, Jr., 79, noted businessman, community leader and philanthropist died Dec. 10 after a fall at his home.
Shrewsbury -Shrewsbury resident Jonjy Ananth received the 2017 Great Guy Award at the annual YWCA Daybreak Breakfast held at the College of Holy Cross in Worcester Oct. 16.
Shrewsbury - Michael Lapomardo, choral director and theater teacher at Shrewsbury High School (SHS) and executive and musical director for Centre Stage Productions, has a passion for music that goes beyond the walls of the classroom.
Shrewsbury - Eleanor A. (Belanger) Kelley, 87, a resident of Shrewsbury from 1951 - 2013, died Saturday, Oct. 28, 2017 at the Beaumont Rehabilitation...
Shrewsbury - On Dec. 27, the Board of Selectmen agreed to submit applications for two grant proposals that were presented by the town's Principal Planner/Economic Development Coordinator Kristen Wilson.
Shrewsbury - Like millions of girls around the globe, Jordyn Oliveri, who turns 15 on Nov. 20, is "obsessed with" pop superstar Justin Bieber. (He has nearly 48 million Facebook fans.) So when her grandfather Tom Oliveri bought her a ticket to see the singer at the TD Garden in Boston on Nov. 10 as an early birthday present, she was thrilled.
Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Historical Society is commemorating the 100th anniversary of the sinking of the RMS Titanic with a special exhibit. A case of memorabilia about the storied ship, as well as famous survivor Lillian Asplund, will be on display through the summer. Asplund, originally from Worcester, spent many years of her life as a Shrewsbury resident and was living in the town at the time of her death, at age 99, in 2006. According to Historical Society curator Linda Davis, many people remember seeing Asplund around town and she was known for her ties to the tragedy.