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Cecelia Lindegren, 91

Shrewsbury - Cecelia (Janeczek) Lindegren, 91, passed away Tuesday April 12, 2011.

“Benedicite” choral concert presented April 29 in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury – Sunday, April 29, "Benedicite," a choral concert will be presented at the First Congregational Church of Shrewsbury, 19 Church Rd. The concert...

A tribute to fallen Dallas officers

Shrewsbury - On an overcast day, the flag in front of the Richard D. Carney Municipal Office Building is at half-mast to honor the...

Ski Ward Race Team holds Open House Nov. 21 at Westborough Public Library

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Westborough – A Ski Ward Race Team Open House will be held Monday, Nov. 21, from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. at the Westborough Public...

Marie M. Leary, 88

Shrewsbury - Marie M. Leary, 88, a longtime Shrewsbury resident passed away Thursday, Oct. 3, 2013 in The Rose Monahan Hospice Residence, surrounded by...

Shrewsbury issues heat advisory, cooling center open

Shrewsbury - As temperatures continue to soar this week, the Town of Shrewsbury Health Department and your local American Red Cross are urging people...

Public hearing to be held regarding replacement of Burns Bridge

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Shrewsbury/Worcester – The public is invited to attend and participate in a Design Public Hearing that will be held by the Mass. Department of...

Mountain View Cemetery clean up

Shrewsbury - The town of Shrewsbury Cemetery Office asks that all flowers and decorations be removed from?Mountain View Cemetery lots by Oct. 10 in...

Selectmen implement water restriction policy

Shrewsbury – Residents who use town water must now follow outside water restrictions until at least the end of September. The Board of Selectmen passed this measure at its July 22 meeting. The board had determined that there is a water shortage and conservation measures are necessary. Under Article 18 of the General By-Laws of the town of Shrewsbury, the following outdoor water measures are in effect as of July 22, based upon the street address as follows:

Financing again a topic for selectmen

Shrewsbury - On July 26, Carolyn Marcotte, Shrewsbury town collector and treasurer, reviewed for the selectmen permanent and temporary financing for the new library and for school heating system upgrades. She reported that the town had obtained a most favorable average interest rate of just 2.34 percent on the loans. The library has obtained permanent financing and there had been five bidders for both the library and schools.