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‘Vino for Vets” fundraiser to be held tonight in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - A fundraising wine tasting event will be held at the Hebert Mansion tonight, Nov. 6 from 7-9 p.m. Also included are: raffles, for...

Booking it for the Shrewsbury library

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury's Public Library officials have come up with a unique way to help both their patrons who have been tardy...

Shrewsbury Cub Scouts hold Popcorn Blitz Oct. 1

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Shrewsbury - Support Shrewsbury Cub Scouts in their only fund-raiser by buying popcorn at Shrewsbury's town-wide Show's Sell blitz this Saturday, Oct. 1. Ray Stone...

St. John's graduate participates in U.S. Navy celebration of Black History Month

Shrewsbury - Navy Petty Officer 2nd Class Jason K. Kim, a 2002 graduate of St. John's High School in Shrewsbury, and fellow Sailors and...

Lawyer named to American Cancer Society council

Shrewsbury - Estate Preservation Law Offices (EPLO) announced that Attorney Carol F. Barton of Shrewsbury has been selected to represent the New England region...

Shrewsbury and Marlborough to host “Prescription Drug Take Back Day”

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Shrewsbury/Marlborough – Shrewsbury and Marlborough officials have announced that respective municipalities will be taking part in the Drug Enforcement Administration's "Prescription Drug Take-Back Day"...

Shrewsbury named top town by Money magazine

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury was recently ranked number 15 out of the 50 best places to live in the U.S. for 2013, according to Money magazine. With a population of just over 36,000 and a median home price of $288,250, Shrewsbury was named one of America's best small towns, based on a thriving economy, green space, good schools and a strong sense of community.

Ward House Museum open house canceled

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Shrewsbury - The General Artemas Ward House Museum open house that was scheduled to be held during the Spirit of Shrewsbury Festival Sat., Sept....

Candlelight vigil in Shrewsbury held for tsunami victims

Shrewsbury - Attendants hold candles at a prayer vigil for the victims of the devastating tsunami that hit many coastal communities in...

Garden Club sponsors two SOS events

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Shrewsbury - The 7th annual "Scarecrows on the Common" contest and display, sponsored by the Shrewsbury Garden Club, will take place Friday, Sept. 30, through Friday, Oct. 21. Shrewsbury residents, businesses and clubs are invited to create a scarecrow to be displayed on the Town Common. Awards and certificates will be given out in several categories. Again this year, there will be no entry fee; however, participants are asked to fill out and send in an entry form. The deadline for entry is Friday, Sept. 23.