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Hudson – An evening of unseasonably mild temperatures Dec. 5 drew residents and visitors to the 13th annual Hudson Downtown Holiday Stroll. Children shared their gift requests with Santa Claus by the fireplace at the Hudson Senior Center. Meanwhile, stroll guests of all ages got a unique perspective of the revitalized downtown via horse-drawn hayrides.
Shrewsbury - A homeowner on South Quinsigamond Ave. had a bit of fun on this year's "Black Friday" with some "special deals." Photo/Jerry Callaghan
Westborough – Once again, downtown Westborough kicked off the holidays at the end of Thanksgiving weekend Nov. 29 – but with some additions. New this year, the Westborough Economic Development Committee partnered with Westborough Recreation to expand the annual Festival of Lights, which continues to be hosted by the Rotary Club of Westborough.
Northborough – With its resounding win over rival Westborough High School on Thanksgiving Day, the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) football team finished its best season since 1987. Now, approximately 10 members of the team will be facing a different kind of challenge in front of a different type of audience. The players are also members of the cast of the school’s production of “Good News,” which will be presented Thursday, Dec. 3 through Saturday, Dec. 5 at ARHS.
Southborough – Over 1,100 runners and walkers worked up an appetite Thanksgiving morning, Nov. 27, by participating in the ninth annual Gobble Wobble 5K Road Race and Two-Mile Walk, beginning and ending at Trottier Middle School. A Kids Fun Run followed with children ages 3 to 11 competing in three age categories.
Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks football team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 41-0 in their annual Thanksgiving Day meet up. This year’s edition of the game was played at Algonquin Regional.
By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Marlborough – For high school football teams, the annual Thanksgiving game against their longtime rivals is one of the, if...
Westborough – As the proprietor of the Art and Frame Emporium, Ed Turner naturally has a passion for art. But after a recent project he completed for the town of Westborough, he has found he is also inspired about using art to preserve local history. Over the course of the last year and a half, Turner and his team refinished 16 antique frames that were found abandoned in the attic of the old Westborough fire station. Those pieces were then used to display priceless documents that had been stored in the town vault. How this project all came to fruition is a happy story of chance, luck and synchronicity, as well as a dedicated group of residents and professionals who knew they had treasures on their hands.
Grafton – Since it was originally built in the early 1850s, Grafton’s Town House has literally and figuratively been a key part of the town’s common area. At times it served as municipal building, hosted numerous plays, concerts, lectures, basketball games, banquets and more, and now, home to several small businesses.
Northborough – The Hudson High School cheerleading squad competed in the Massachusetts Secondary School Administrators Association (MSSAA) 2015 fall cheerleading state championship in the coed small school category Nov. 22 at Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough. The squad placed sixth.
By John Orrell, Contributing Writer Fitchburg - So many good things have happened for the Westborough High girls’ varsity volleyball team in this 2015 season...
Lynn - The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks fell to the Needham High School Rockets by a score of 3-1 in the 2015 MIAA Girls Soccer Division 1 State Finals. The state championship game was played Nov. 21 at Manning Field in Lynn.
Tewksbury - The Westborough High School Rangers traveled to Tewksbury Memorial High School to face the Arlington High School Cougars for their State Division 2 semi-final girls’ volleyball match Nov. 17.
Westfield – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks girls’ soccer team defeated the Minnechaug Regional High School Falcons by a score of 2-1 in the Division 1 State semi-finals. The game was played Nov. 17 at Westfield State University.
Northborough – The 5th grade Northboro-Southboro T-Hawks Youth Football team defeated Gardner’s Chair City Lions by a score of 21-7 to become the first Northboro-Southboro team to win a Central Mass. American Youth Football Super Bowl championship.
Holden - When the Algonquin Regional High girls’ varsity soccer team reeled off 16 consecutive wins to open the 2015 season, few players, coaches and team supporters could have doubted that this would be a more than special campaign for the Tomahawk girls.
Grafton – The Grafton High School Indians football team defeated the Holy Name Naps by 28-16 to win the Central Mass. Division 4 football championship. The game was played Nov. 14 at Doyle Field in Leominster.
Westborough – On a cold and drizzly morning, several dozen people, including many veterans of the armed services, braved the elements to commemorate Veterans Day Nov. 11.
Westborough - Success on the hardwood for the Westborough High girls’ volleyball program is anything but a new phenomenon. In 2002, the Rangers were Central Section winners. They were crowned State Champions in 2007 and more recently, they advanced to the State Championship match in 2013 and dropped a hard-fought decision to Hopkinton in Sectional Finals a year ago. Such accomplishments on a local and statewide level are impressive, but don’t ever think that for players, coaches and team supporters that any of this gets old.
Northborough/Southborough – The Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) boys’ hockey program will hold its sixth annual Dodgeball Tournament Saturday, Nov. 21, from 9 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. in the ARHS gym, 79 Bartlett St.