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Saturday, September 22, 2018

Antique Mall to open at site of former Spag's

Shrewsbury - Doug Thomson is keenly aware of the space left by Anthony Borgatti. It's evident by the cavernous, now-empty Spag's building off Route 9 in Shrewsbury, and it's evident by the tales of Borgatti that Thomson has collected from locals over the past year. Thomson said he wants to capture some of the Borgatti spirit when he opens Spags" Antique Mall on Saturday, Jan. 18, at the site of the former department store of the same name.

Four Northborough Girl Scouts earn Gold Award

Northborough - No one from Northborough has earned the Girl Scout Gold Award since 1996. But on June 2, four girls from Northborough - Bridget Owen, Alyssa Pfannenstiel, Ariel Thompson and Elizabeth Wig - received this award at the Northborough Girl Scout Bridging and Awards Ceremony at Marion E. Zeh School.

Shrewsbury girls field hockey falls to Acton-Boxborough

Worcester – The Acton-Boxborough Regional High School (AB) girls field hockey team ?defeated Shrewsbury High School (SHS) earlier today to claim the state title...

Splashing around

Northborough - On a hot summer day, the Northboro Splash Pad offers a welcome respite.

Happy St. Paddy's Day

Marlborough - Janice McCracken and her son, Mark, enjoy corned beef and cabbage with all the fixings while attending the second annual St. Paddy's...
The Raiano and Maccioli families at the recent Parkinson’s fundraiser, Putt Putt for Parkinson’s. (l to r) Bridget, Megan, Joanne, Robert and Carol Raiano, Daniel, Nicholas, Kelly, Kevin and Juliette Maccioli. Photos/Cindy Zomar

Marlborough resident intent on funding Parkinson’s research

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing writer Marlborough. – Carol Raiano was diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease seven years ago, and as an ICU nurse, was aware of...
Mary Anne Jezierski stands by her photo on the board announcing the winners of the 2018 NCEA Lead, Learn, Proclaim award in Cincinnati, Ohio. Photo/submitted

St. Bernadette School teacher is nationally recognized for her dedication

By Liz Nolan, Contributing Writer Northborough - The National Catholic Educational Association (NCEA) awarded St. Bernadette School teacher Mary Anne Jezierski with the 2018 Lead,...

St. John’s falls to Cambridge Rindge & Latin in basketball title game

Springfield – When two teams collide with a combined record of 46-2 and there is a Division 1 state championship on the line, it’s safe to say that a lively evening of high school basketball is in store for an enthusiastic crowd of supporters at Springfield’s MassMutual Center. Neither team disappointed when the teams took to the floor on March 19, but it was Eastern Mass. champion Cambridge Rindge & Latin High School coming out on top over Central Mass. titleholder St. John’s High School, 66-51, before hundreds of loyal Pioneer fans that donned the school’s traditional red colors to exhort their team on in its quest for its first state championship since 2009.

Happy May Day!

Shrewsbury - Kim Barrett and her daughter, Ella, 4, get creative together at a May Basket Workshop, held May 1 at the Shrewsbury Public...

Grafton girls hold off Nipmuc to advance in playoffs

Grafton - The seventh-seed Grafton High School girls basketball team held off a late surge by the tenth-seed Nipmuc Regional High School and won their first-round Central Division 3 playoff game Feb. 28 by a score of 27-25.