Tuesday, August 4, 2020

The C.A. picture of the day

Peaslee students "Light it Up Blue"   Northborough - Marguerite E. Peaslee Elementary School students recently commemorated Autism Awareness Day and "Light It Up Blue" Day....

Pioneers dominate second half to win division title

Shrewsbury - The Saint John’s High School basketball squad met with Franklin High School at Worcester Polytechnic Institute March 9 with the Central Massachusetts Division 1 championship on the line. For the Pioneers, the result was similar to nearly every other game this season; a convincing “W.” However, it was not looking that way during the first half.

Shrewsbury Fire Dept. extinguishes fire at Walgreens

Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Fire Department extinguished a fire at Walgreens Dec. 18, according to Fire Chief James Vuona. At 8:40 p.m., firefighters were dispatched...

It’s a go for two new electric car charging stations in Marlborough

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer Marlborough – The City Council has approved the purchase and location of two electric car charging stations. A $6,219 grant from...

Egg Hunt keeps kids hopping in Southborough

Southborough - Blake Sechko, 15 months, tosses one of the many eggs he and his family collected at the annual Easter Egg...

Westborough girls make it to the finals

Westborough - Westborough High School (WHS) senior co-captain Anna Petrunich (left) fires this shot past Tantasqua Regional High School (TRHS) freshman goalkeeper Kendra Dansereau...

Westborough comes together in love and solidarity

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By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Westborough - On Nov. 9, a dark, rainy night — in the wake of the recent Pittsburgh anti-Semitic murders...

Sunday fun in Northborough

Northborough - Scott Greenaway with Emily and Ruby Schadler, 16 months, enjoy an outing on Mt. Pisgah Nov 16. Photo/Jerry Callaghan

Shrewsbury 4th grade Patriots are champs!

Shrewsbury – The Shrewsbury Patriots (Toon) 4th grade team are the American Youth Football Central Mass. Superbowl champions. The team, under Head Coach Marlon...

Local author shares positive messages with children at local school

Westborough – Author Dennis Vanasse visited Armstrong Elementary School in Westborough to read both of his recently published books, "I Am Special Too" and "Stand Tall Against Bullying."