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The Friends of the Shrewsbury Public Library invite the public to A Pleasant Pairing: Tea and Chocolate with a Downton Abbey Theme.
Town Manager Kevin Mizikar announced that the cable provider Charter Spectrum has applied to expand its coverage into Shrewsbury.
The Fire Department will host an open house on Saturday, Oct. 14, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 11 Church Road. There will be station tours, a chance to sit in a fire truck and meet Sparky, firefighter interactions, a bouncy house and free pizza.
Local residents will be taking part in the Boston Marathon Jimmy Fund Walk, presented by Hyundai, on Sunday, Oct. 1.
Three people face charges after Shrewsbury police allegedly found a firearm, heroin and cocaine during a traffic stop.
Rep. Hannah Kane and the Women’s Rights History Trail Task Force will host a listening session on Oct. 3 at the Shrewsbury Public Library.
Consistent rain couldn’t stop the Spirit of Shrewsbury Parade on Sunday afternoon. Crowds of rain-soaked individuals from over 25 local organizations marched through the center of Shrewsbury.
Roughly 80 vendors – and hundreds of event attendees – assembled at Oak Middle School on Saturday for great food, exciting activities, hours of fun, and community togetherness.
Applications to be a vendor at the Shrewsbury Council on Aging’s Artisan Exposition are due on Sept. 30.
After 48 minutes of hard-fought football, Shrewsbury came away with a 13-10 win after scoring with 14 seconds left on the clock.
The Shrewsbury Police Department held its first annual Community Night Sept. 21, serving as an open house for the new police station.
Ten years after his father died, Bradley Quitadamo participated in the Pan-Mass Challenge, using the ride to honor his father and fundraise.
The Shrewsbury High School expansion project has taken an important step forward. Shrewsbury has advanced past MSBA's initial review.
As the Beal Commons appeal is well underway, the seven plaintiffs in the case recently amended their complaint.
The Lake Quinsigamond Commission created a new subcommittee on Aug. 30 to combat the continued dangerous and obnoxious behavior on the lake.
Join the Shrewsbury Historical Society on Saturday, Sept. 30, for tours of the historic section of Mountain View Cemetery.
After going 15-3-3 and winning league and district titles for the first time in program history, the Shrewsbury boys varsity soccer team has high expectations for the upcoming season.
All that remains is a worn, broken-down sign with the motel’s name and advertising cabins for $70 per night. The buildings have all been torn down with the site awaiting redevelopment.
With Spirit of Shrewsbury just around the corner, here’s your guide to all the fun happening around town in the next few days.
Scarecrows will be returning to the Shrewsbury Common soon. This marks the 19th year of the Scarecrows on the Common.