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Westborough students hear presentation from survivor of Rwandan genocide

It is one thing to read an account of the genocide that occurred in the central African nation of Rwanda in 1994.

Discovering art is fun in Marlborough

Marlborough - Nianh Moore, 7, and Jordan Savitsky, 8, display the mugs they decorated with painted designs during an art workshop held ...

Athletes of the Week – Nickole Soto and Kevin Boucher

Marlborough - Nickole Soto and Kevin Boucher, two multi-athlete students from Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School in Marlborough, have led by...

BUSINESS PROFILE: All-Access Physical Therapy

By Nancy Brumback Contributing Writer Shrewsbury - "We'se not just a physical therapy center and we'se not just a gym. We are all about...

Shrewsbury teen celebrates ‘Sweet Sixteen’ in unique fashion

When Kelsey Reilly, a sophomore at Shrewsbury High School, started planning her 16th birthday party, she decided that she didn's want to be like everyone else. She wanted something unique, something very special, and something that would be lots of fun.

REVIEW: Celtic Tavern offers food, entertainment

A touch of the Olde Sod livens up the restaurant scene on Route 9 in Northborough. The Celtic Tavern has both the look and feel of a traditional Irish pub, although the lunch and dinner menus are skewed toward American.

Happy St. Patrick's Day from Marlborough

Marlborough - Step dancers from McInerney School of Dance of Auburn perform for guests at the seventh annual St. Patrick's Day Dinner,...

Snow gives Shrewsbury students a chance to give back

By Joan Goodchild Community Reporter Shrewsbury - The sixth-grade students on Judith Avery's Purple Team at Sherwood Middle School have enjoyed this year's...

St. John's takes Division 1 Final

Shrewsbury - St. John's High School junior center Matt Palecki (#44, left) drives toward the basket against Fitchburg High School senior center...

Basketball: Colonials overcome Panthers

Marlborough/Shrewsbury - Marlborough High School senior Carlos De La Cruz (#34, center) attempts to thread his way through the Shrewsbury High School...

Shrewsbury students get creative for fund-raiser

Joan Goodchild Community Reporter Shrewsbury - After this long winter, talk of spring and hope that it arrives soon is on most minds. ...

Presenting multicultural folktales in Northborough

Northborough - Kindergartners take their bows during the finale of "Hill of Fire," a Mexican folktale play presented March 3 for families...

Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services Gala draws crowd

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services (SYFS) held its 7th Annual Gala Celebration at St. John's High School in Shrewsbury Feb....

Northborough's Aaron Hutchins hopes to continue his father's public service

Northborough - Attorney Aaron Hutchins, son of longtime Northborough Police Chief Kenneth Hutchins, is vying for one of the two open seats on Northborough's Board of Selectmen and will appear on the ballot for the May 9 election.

Sharing time with someone special in Marlborough

Marlborough - (l to r) Matt Roca, his daughter, Emily, 4, Alison Mackey, and her son, Tyler, 4, enjoy refreshments and each...

Fun and games during winter break in Southborough

Southborough - Isabella Hewardt, 7, and Recreation Director Doreen Ferguson play a game of Double Shoot-Out during the Feb. 21 session of...

Boy Scouts race to the finish in Northborough

Northborough - The Pinewood Derby's top three Tiger winners pose with their entries. Justin Wang came in first, Michael Perry took second...

Junior Girl Scouts organize Greyhound rescue donation drive

Westborough - During the month of March, Westborough Junior Girl Scout Troop 30554 is holding a donation drive for Greyhound Friends, Inc....

Mother, son plan 5K fund-raiser to honor cancer victim

Shrewsbury - Patty McCaffrey never imagined a time would come when she would train to run a marathon.

Class of “99 graduates return as teachers in Westborough

Westborough - Every morning Westborough High School ( WHS) teachers Casey Cullen, Craig McCoskery and Becky (Goede) Tramontozzi go to work at a very familiar place. During the walk to their classrooms, the three teachers pass through some of the same halls they did 10 years ago – when they were students.