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Trotting for technology in Westborough

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Westborough - The second annual Westborough Turkey Trot will be held Saturday, Nov. 21, at Westborough High School (WHS), 90 W. Main St. Based...

Marlborough soon to welcome professional lacrosse to city

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Marlborough – For the last few years, the New England Sports Center (NESC) has been home to a variety of ice hockey and figure skating programs. Starting in January 2013, there will be another fast-paced sport for fans to follow there – the professional indoor lacrosse team, the Boston Rockhoppers. Anthony Fitti, the team's general manager, said the organization is excited to bring pro lacrosse to local fans.

Westborough Warriors rally for win

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Westborough - The Westborough Warriors (5th grade Girls B) and their coaches celebrate their victory March 6. Marisa Papagelis, Sarissa Volin, Brooke...

The C.A. picture of the day

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Marlborough Panthers vs. Hudson Hawks Marlborough - Marlborough High School's (MHS) Steve Lampedecchio (#17, left) pins Hudson High School's (HHS) Connor West (#22, right) against...

Hudson Park & Rec accepting summer job applications

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Hudson – The Hudson Park Commission/Division of Recreation has announce it applications are now being accepted for seasonal part-time employment during summer 2013. Available...

Southborough’s new skate park hosts after-school program

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Southborough – Students from Neary Elementary and Trottier Middle schools are learning a new skill while enjoying a fun workout by attending a five-week skateboarding class. Perhaps they’re most excited to be among the first in town to test their wheels on the new skate park, which opened in August on a tennis court behind Finn Elementary School. Offered by Southborough Recreation, the after-school program began Sept. 23 and will run through Oct. 21. Equally thrilled is its skateboarding instructor, Paul Ferguson, a 2012 Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) graduate.

Marlborough wins Division 1 softball title

Worcester - The third-seeded Marlborough High School Panthers faced the fifth-seeded Shepherd Regional High School Rams for the Massachusetts Softball Central Division 1 final June 8 at Rockwood Field on the main campus of Worcester State University. After Shepherd Hill failed to score in their part of the first inning, Marlborough scored one run as Victoria Petrie drove in Marissa Flynn. The Rams scored one run in the second and the Panthers added two runs in their part of the second. In the third inning, the Panthers' Victoria Falco opened it up with the first of her two home runs and the Panthers put two on the board.

Marlborough church group hopes to get residents “off the couch”

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Marlborough – Nowadays it seems like there are more road races than ever for runners to participate in. Unfortunately there is also another rising trend – obesity and other weight-related illnesses. But a new group formed by the ConnectingPoint Church in Marlborough hopes they can reverse that trend locally, with the help of a popular exercise program, "Couch-to-5K (r) ". Developed by the website coolrunning.com, Couch-to-5K instructs participants on how to gradually mix a combination of walking and running over an 11-week period until they are able to comfortably run 5 kilometers (approximately three miles).

Coach ships Hudson basketball gear to Houston flood victims

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Hudson – Hundreds of Houston residents affected by Hurricane Harvey, which ultimately got downgraded to a tropical storm, now own Hudson High School (HHS) basketball gear. A shipment was sent by former HHS basketball coach Mike Mercuri in response to a tweet asking for donations from University of Houston (UH) head men’s basketball coach Kelvin Sampson. Coaches nationwide answered the call.

Assabet falls to BVT in Division 7 semifinals

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By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Marlborough – The visiting Blackstone Valley Tech football team defeated Assabet Valley Tech 29-13 in a Central Division 7 semifinal...