At the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen's June 10 meeting, Selectman Henry J. Fitzgerald thanked the town's voters for participating in the June 3 special election to accept a Proposition 2 ? override. This override had been in the works since the beginning of 2014 when the selectmen publicly voiced their support for the move.
Shrewsbury –Thanks to the generosity of its customers, the Shrewsbury Stop & Shop recently presented the Worcester County Food Bank with a check for...
Shrewsbury - In August 2014, the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen was approached by John Glowik, president of Prime Wellness Centers, who was seeking support for a proposed 41,000 square foot medical marijuana growing facility to be located at 28 Bowditch Drive.
Worcester - In just over one-week’s time, the Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) women’s soccer team will host Salem State University in its 2016 home-opener, and while third-year head coach Steph Schafer will field a more-than competitive team as always, the absence of one former player in particular will necessitate some time for her to get used to.
Shrewsbury - Representatives from Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations (SELCO) met with the Board of Selectmen at the board's Dec. 18 meeting to present a summary of current and proposed operations necessary for the utility's re-licensing in 2013. SELCO General Manager Michael Hale presented an overview of company operations. He indicated that SELCO is in good shape to keep serving the town, with the financing of current operations under control. Future operations will depend upon increased revenue.
Shrewsbury - Christopher Reidy, chair of the Shrewsbury Board of Assessors, appeared at the Nov. 12 Selectmen's meeting to update them on the triennial review of the town's assessing activities. The town assessor's office is charged with establishing market-based assessments for more than 12,000 real estate parcels and over 400 personal property accounts. The Assessor's Office employs one fulltime principal assessor, two part-time Board members, and two clerical positions. Every three years, the state's Department of Revenue reviews the activities of town assessors" offices and seeks to ensure that the town offices operate in compliance with state standards.
Shrewsbury – An Electronics and Appliances Recycling & MORE event (including bikes, lawn mowers, snow blowers, etc.) will be held Saturday, July 28, from...
Shrewsbury – Worcester County Sheriff Lew Evangelidis has announced that this year's Sheriff's Annual Senior Picnic will be held at the Scandinavian Athletic Club...
Shrewsbury – Members of Girl Scout Troop 11023 recently donated $200 and 132 boxes of Girl Scout cookies to an orphanage in Haiti. The girls had decided to use part of the money they raised in their recent cookie sale to help others. On hand to receive the check and cases of cookies was Cherylann Gengel of Holden, a founder of the Be Like Brit Foundation.
Shrewsbury / Foxborough - They entered this year’s Division 2 Super Bowl billed as perhaps the most dominant team spread across all divisions; an offensive and defensive juggernaut seeking to leave their mark upon any opponent standing in their way. So to almost no one’s surprise, when the dust settled on their impressive 40-7 romp over Shrewsbury High, there would be few doubters remaining standing that would challenge those prognosticators point of view.