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Town seal featuring cotton gin and town hall over yellow map of Westborough. "Westborough Massachusetts, established 1717" written around the perimeter of the circle.

At information gathering session, Westborough residents disagree over whether to change town seal

WESTBOROUGH – Though many speakers at a Nov. 15 information-gathering session held by the Westborough Town Seal Review Committee supported changing the town seal,...

UPDATE: Westborough firefighters help rescue horse as messy winter storm muddies region

UPDATE: This post has been updated to include additional information on the impacts of today's winter storm.  REGION - Snow gave way to ice and...

Library presents Latin American Festival

Shrewsbury - Jose Castillo, a music professor at Quinsigamond Community College, performs a Puerto Rican folk song at the Latin American Music & Dance...

Spirit of Shrewsbury back and in-person

By Laura Hayes, Senior Community Reporter SHREWSBURY - Despite a forecast of rain, it was all sunny skies for Spirit of Shrewsbury’s Town Expo and...

Westborough trounced by Holy Name

Westborough - Westborough High School's (WHS) Tra Kiraly (#11, left) tries to evade the tackle of Holy Name Central Catholic Junior/Senior High School's Jeff Holland (right, #10) during action at WHS Sept. 17.

Northborough residents ‘go out doors’ for public art exhibit

The Northborough Cultural Council’s public art exhibit “Go Out Doors – Northborough" is now open at Ellsworth McAfee Park.

Shrewsbury town leaders weigh feedback from community survey

Residents think that Shrewsbury is a great place to live. They also, though, have noted room for growth and improvement.

A raptor tale with a happy ending – owl rescued in Shrewsbury

The barred owl – a young male that was about a year old – suffered from head trauma, but didn’t have any fractures.

Marlborough pushes hybrid return date for Grades 3 – 12 to Jan. 19

The Marlborough School Committee voted unanimously to move back the hybrid start date for Grades 3 – 12 to Tuesday, Jan. 19

Northborough seeks residents for fire station building committee

The new Northborough Fire Station project is moving forward as the town is seeking committee members to oversee its design and construction.

Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services to honor Edwin B. Coghlin Jr.

Shrewsbury - Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services (SYFS) has announced that Edwin B. Coghlin Jr. will be the 2012 recipient of the Harry S. Cutting Jr. Award. This award, which will be presented at the Feb. 11 Annual Gala, honors those who embody the spirit of giving, community service and support of the Shrewsbury community.

The C.A. picture of the day

Breakfast is served Westborough - Walfre Franco and his daughter, Lucia, 18 months, enjoy time together at a Pancake Breakfast held Jan. 21 at...

Hot fun at 27th annual Hudson Community Fest

Hudson – Compared to last year's rainy day, the recent heat wave was acceptable weather for the Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce's 27th annual...

“Nutcracker” fans enjoy mini performance at Tatnuck Bookseller

  Westborough – Fans of "The Nutcracker" gathered at Tatnuck Bookseller Nov. 3 to enjoy a special book signing and mini performance of excerpts from...

Whitcomb field named in honor of John Noble

By Joan F. Simoneau, Community Reporter Marlborough - The late John Noble was a longtime resident, business owner and decorated World War II Purple Heart recipient....

Four wheels, two people, one goal: Northborough friends bike up East Coast to help...

When Jim Bruce is midway through a long bike ride, he doesn’t think about his aching muscles, tired body, or the many miles ahead.

Fund-raiser planned to help Westborough's Gingras family

Westborough - Often, when senseless tragedies occur in life, people are left to ask why bad things happen to good people.

Shrewsbury’s Burns Bridge shines for Ukraine

The Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge shone in blue and yellow on Friday night as a sign of support for Ukraine.

Southborough police receive grant for body-worn cameras

The Southborough Police Department will soon be able to purchase body-worn cameras, thanks to a grant through the Body-Worn Cameras Program.

Mill Pond School teacher to run marathon for former student

Westborough/Shrewsbury - Ashley Orlando-Lohnes, 29, is a fourth-grade special education teacher at the Mill Pond School. She lives in Shrewsbury with her husband, Adam, 29, and their six-week-old son, Carter. Both Ashley and Adam will be running the Boston Marathon Monday, April 21, in honor of Ashley's former student, Mark Kotosky.