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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

Marlborough falls to a tough Nashoba team

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Bolton - The visiting Marlborough High School Panthers football team fell to the Nashoba Regional High School Chieftains by a score...

Pennsylvania crews help to ‘power’ up Westborough

Westborough – It's been a long, long week for area residents as they anxiously waited to get their power restored after the Oct. 29 nor'saster. Helping to get Westborough back to normal were crews from Carr Duff Inc., based out of Pennsylvania.

Westborough boy wins a unique Bruins souvenir

Westborough – Colin Barr, a 9-year-old student at Armstrong Elementary School, was excited to go to the Boston Bruins versus Buffalo Sabres game in Boston April 12 with his father, John. His excitement, however, grew by leaps and bounds in the first period and not just because his favorite team was playing well after a mini-slump. Instead, it was because he found he was going to be taking home a coveted souvenir – a jersey of from one of the players that would be literally right off the player's back.

Marlborough's Hillside School promotes service

Marlborough/Northborough - Hollis Brooks is currently in his fourth year at Hillside School, an all-boys junior boarding school that opened its doors in 1901. As the assistant dean of students and leadership instructor, he brings his passion for helping others to his roles at the school and hopes to instill this same value in the boys. He believes that in order for students to reach their full potential they, need to give back to the community. For this reason, the Hillside School leadership curriculum involves a service learning component.

Stars and stripes forever in Southborough kids’ parade

Southborough - Olivia Rankin, 3, (left), and her sister, Harriet, 6, (right) march with Keira Akus, 5, (center) in the annual Fourth of July...

Local ‘Days for Girls’ members send sanitary kits to women and girls in need...

Shrewsbury – Sewing machines were humming recently when women from St. Mary’s in Shrewsbury and St. Mary of the Hills in Boylston gathered to sew panty liners for kits containing sanitary supplies for women and girls in third world countries.

A special visitor

Westborough - On a cold, dreary Monday, "Tito,"  a Yorkie pup, pays a visit to the Community Advocate. Tito belongs to Michelle Poulin, the...

Penta collects over 200 donations for Toys for Tots

Westborough - For the second consecutive year, regional marketing firm PENTA Communications, Inc., rallied for donations for Toys for Tots and surpassed its goal,...

Algonquin graduate heads to West Point

Northborough - Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) held its Annual Senior Awards Night for the class of 2012 May 21. Representatives from local businesses...

It will be a (k)night to remember

Shrewsbury - With a little help from a "friend," John Martello, the grand knight for the Shrewsbury Knights of Columbus Adelphi Council #4181, makes...