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Area communities are all gearing up for Memorial Day observances on Monday as many welcome a return to more traditional parades.
The Shrewsbury varsity softball team has resumed a Big Sister Little Sister mentoring program with the middle school team.
Community members gathered at Southborough’s Rural Cemetery on Friday evening to replace the flags on veterans’ graves.
The sale of the former Regal Cinemas is moving forward after the Select Board approved a request for proposals (RFP) on Tuesday.
Students at Algonquin received a unique look at history last week when retired New York City Fire Battalion Chief John Martorana spoke.
Students from St. Mary School sang the National Anthem prior to a Worcester Red Sox game at Polar Park in Worcester on Sunday.
Massachusetts AG Maura Healey announced a major lawsuit against more than a dozen manufacturers of PFAS chemicals used in firefighting foam.
The Westborough Department of Public Works has implemented a water restriction. DPW head Chris Payant addressed the restriction on Tuesday.
The Legion Post 234 has been hosting Veteran’s Coffee Hours with a different speaker presenting each month since late last year.
After more than a decade’s absence, women’s softball has returned to Westborough with teams from a number of area communities.
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Shrewsbury’s Edgemere Diner is on the move. It’s not going far, at least for the time being, however, moving to Grafton.
A truck fire drew Hopkinton and Westborough fire personnel to the I-495/I-90 interchange early Tuesday afternoon.
The Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen will now be known as the Select Board after receiving a thumbs up from Town Meeting last weekend.
As the cars pulled over for a police-escorted motorcade traveling Route 290 and the streets of Shrewsbury last Thursday, they probably had no idea why a Shrewsbury Facilities truck would warrant such attention.
A drawing by Algonquin sophomore Deven Bullard will hang in the US Capitol Building for a year after winning best of show.
The Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen is considering developing a public comment policy for its meetings following recent discussion.
Westborough’s Boy Scout Troop 100 hosted its annual Senior Citizen Spaghetti Dinner earlier this month at the Senior Center.
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A late softball season matchup ended in a 10-3 Shrewsbury win over Westborough on Wednesday in Westborough.