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Shrewsbury birder captures action shots, shares sightings in his book

Shrewsbury – When Shrewsbury resident Bruce deGraaf decided to attend a public bird walk at Dean Park in 2003, he didn's know the outing would be so fascinating

Shrewsbury Historical Society presents awards, scholarships

Shrewsbury - As part of its outreach to the community, the Shrewsbury Historical Society recently presented awards and scholarships to a number of area residents.

Shrewsbury Shockers Softball holds 2012 tryouts

Shrewsbury - The Shockers, one of the most respected travel softball organizations in Central Massachusetts, will be starting its 12th season of existence. Tryouts...

Learning the world's continents in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Christina Zarobe (center) joins her children Gabriel Hurdle, 8, and his sister, Gracie, 6, as they create models of climbers hiking up...

Exploring Shrewsbury: a mix of historical, outdoor opportunities

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury is often overlooked as only a suburb passed through on the way from Worcester to Boston.

Shrewsbury man volunteers for Peace Corps in his ‘golden years’

Ed Wilson, a Meals-on-Wheels volunteer at the Senior Center in Shrewsbury, first heard about the Peace Corps in the early 1960s. At that time he had finished a stint in the Army, was involved in his career and raising a family.

Shrewsbury Parks & Rec online Flag, Tiny Tykes football registration

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Parks & Recreation has announced that online fall registration for Flag Football and Tiny Tykes Football is now open. Flag Football will...

‘Golden Beasts’ celebrate win in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Members of the "Golden Beasts" celebrate their victory as the 2011 Shrewsbury Little League Fast Pitch Softball Major League champions June 19...

A great beach day in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Kathleen Wang, 7, and Isabella Lanzarini, 8, enjoy a fun afternoon July 27 at Sunset Beach while participating in the Full-Day Playground...

World Trade Center artifact to become memorial in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - On Sept. 11, 2001, the day two terrorist-piloted airplanes were flown into the World Trade Center towers, plummeting New York City into chaos and carnage, Shrewsbury Fire Department Cpt. William Cummins, along with the rest of the fire crew, watched helplessly as the events unfolded on television.