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St. John’s tops Shrewsbury in extra innings

Shrewsbury - The St. John’s Pioneers baseball team defeated their cross-town rival Shrewsbury Colonials 2-1 in a game that stretched to 9 innings. The game was played April 23 at Pioneer Field on the St. John’s campus.

Westborough family donates bench in memory of young son

A letter of appreciation On behalf of the Nute family, I would like to thank all those who contributed to the memorial of my brother...

Hudson-Concord Elks Club hosts 10th balloon festival

By Dakota Antelman Contributing Writer Hudson - A record 6,400 local residents flocked to this year’s Balloons and Blues Festival on August 19 and 20 to...

Fun for all at Kids’ Equipment Day

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – Big fun was had by kids of all ages on June 1 at the Municipal Highway Garage, 211...

Zwicker Farm Conservation Area

WESTBOROUGH - Drone photography recently offered an aerial perspective on land in and around the Zwicker Farm property in Westborough. The town held an...
Roger (Iraq War veteran, second from left) with K of C members (l to r) Michael Callahan, Richard Kearns, Michael Tremblay and Chris Lundberg. Photo/submitted

Marlborough Knights of Columbus celebrates 125 anniversary

Appeals to community for continued support Marlborough – The Council 81 chapter of the Knights of Columbus, based in Marlborough, are celebrating their 125th...

St. John's students recall experiences as “Britsionarys”

Shrewsbury – Many high school students take advantage of February vacation to escape to somewhere warm, perhaps Florida or the Caribbean. During this year's break, eight St. John's High School students did journey south to a warmer climate. But it was not a tropical vacation to paradise they were on – rather it was to the island of Haiti, one of the poorest countries in the world. The students traveled there to work with the organization, "Be Like Brit."

St. John’s caps off perfect season with Division 3 State Championship win

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Foxboro - The St. John’s High school Pioneers wrapped up their perfect 13-0 season Friday evening, Dec. 1,  with a...

United States Tennis Association New England serves up opportunities

Region - The U.S. Open may be a long shot for most tennis players, but United States Tennis Association (USTA) New England in Westborough provides a great place to start for players of all skill levels and ages. USTA New England organizes and runs tournaments and leagues for players ages 8 and older, and pairs players with similar skill levels based on the NTRP (National Tennis Rating Program). Through facilities such as the Wayside Racquet and Swim Club in Marlborough, and the Westborough Tennis and Swim club, players can learn, practice and compete on the highest level in USTA tournaments.

BASEBALL: Westborough falls short

Westborough - Westborough High School's (WHS) third baseman Doug West waits to apply the tag to a sliding Keith Kelly of St. John's High...