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Robert J. Consiglio, 69

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Shrewsbury - Robert J. Consiglio, 69, of Shrewsbury, passed away Monday, Nov. 18, 2013, at UMass Hospital. Bob was born in Worcester, the third child...

Robert Guyott, 20

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Shrewsbury - To know Robby Guyott was to love him. He was larger than life. With a contagious sense of humor and infectious laugh...

Jack “o” lanterns pay tribute to beloved Shrewsbury resident

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Shrewsbury - Friends and neighbors of Kevork "Kev" Tevekelian, who passed away Aug. 29 at age 47 after an eight-year battle with blood cancer,...

Book on Shrewsbury history now available

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Shrewsbury – If you are looking for the perfect holiday gift for residents with an interest in local history, the new book "Shrewsbury Through...

Selectmen review property revaluation plan

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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.

Richard W. Hosking, 82

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Shrewsbury - Richard W. "Dick" Hosking, 82, of Shrewsbury, sadly died at his home Wednesday, Nov. 13, 2013. Dick leaves his beloved wife of 61...

Shrewsbury man dies in house fire

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Shrewsbury – An elderly man is dead after a fire broke out at his home at 24 Artemas Way the evening of Nov. 13. According...

Under pressure: Class sizes in Shrewsbury causing teacher headaches, achievement gaps

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Shrewsbury - Oak Middle School English teacher Derek Pizzuto is, to put it mildly, frustrated. After a series of personnel cuts in Shrewsbury schools, there are less teachers to go around. Less teachers means a higher teacher-student ratio and less time to work individually with students. A lack of teachers also means there's no one to help students produce a yearbook or advise a photography club. And now, student achievement appears to be suffering in Shrewsbury schools. "We'se at a crisis point where teachers and administrators are doing all they can," Pizzuto said. "We'se working past the boundaries of what can be. I's seeing more and more teachers looking burnt out."

David O”Donnell, 77

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Shrewsbury - David Barry O'Donnell passed away peacefully with his family at his side Tuesday, Nov. 12, 2013 at the age of 77. Born on...

Shrewsbury athletes and coaches named to Hall of Fame

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Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Athletic Hall of Fame has announced this year's inductees into the Shrewsbury High School Hall of Fame. The event will...

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Shrewsbury Garden Club beautifies town center with bounty of flowers

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