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Westborough, US
Wednesday, January 23, 2019

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Ready for flag football Shrewsbury - Gianni Campaniello, 5, readies to snatch another flag during the Sept. 10 session of Tiny Tykes Flag Football, offered...

Hudson Fire Department unveils 9/11 memorial

Hudson – Fire Chief John Blood salutes as the American flag is lowered and folded by firefighters during a dedication ceremony at Hudson Fire...

Sept. 11 anniversary commemorated by Westborough, other communities

Westborough – Bradley Russ was only 2 years old when the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks occurred, but in the ensuing years, he has, of course, heard stories of that day, particularly about the first responders.

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Getting comfortable at kindergarten Northborough - Colleen Donohoe, 5, proudly wears her school T-shirt while playing on the monkey bars at the Kindergarten Social,...

Marlborough hosts 60th Labor Day Parade

Marlborough - The 60th annual Marlborough Labor Day Parade was held downtown Sept. 5. Over 100 marching units participated in this year's parade with...

Athlete of the Week – Emily Bourke, Algonquin Regional High School

Northborough/Southborough - Our Athlete of the Week is Emily Bourke, a senior at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS), and co-captain of the field hockey team.

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Grecian Festival features cultural traditions Marlborough - Members of the dance troupe "Greek Pride of Rhode Island" perform for guests Sept. 3, the first...

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Merchant/Ferrante family welcomes new baby girl Region - Kristen Merchant and Dennis Ferrante became the proud parents of Gianna Rose Ferrante,...

Mark Fidrych tournament raises funds for children in need

Northborough - Local residents gathered recently to compete in an 11-team softball tournament to raise money for charity and to honor Mark Fidrych, a professional baseball player who retired to Northborough before his death in 2009.

Marlborough Hospital Golf Classic raises $110,000 for cancer care

Marlborough - The 16th annual Marlborough Hospital Golf Classic was a financial success despite being a weather washout. The golf tournament netted over $110,000 to benefit the new Cancer Pavilion in the planning stages to be built on the north side of the existing hospital.