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Friday, November 16, 2018

Celebrating the Fourth of July in Shrewsbury

The annual Fourth of July Celebration was held Independence Day at Dean Park in Shrewsbury. The celebration started midday with Boy Scouts troops 114...

PHOTO GALLERY: Westborough July 4th Block Party features family fun

Westborough - The annual July 4th Family Block Party kicked off the holiday weekend July 1 downtown on West Main Street. In addition to...

Cancer survivors begin Relay for Life in Marlborough, Hudson

Marlborough/Hudson - Pauline Smith (front) and other cancer survivors along with caregivers begin the first lap around the track for the annual Relay for...

LACROSSE: All Americans play for Algonquin

Northborough/Southborough - Billy Hegarty and Nick Mazzola were recently named to the All-American squads. These two captains led the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS)...

Welcoming summer with a splash in Northborough

Northborough - Michael Benway, 4, jumps into the Splash Pad at Assabet Park on its opening day of the season, June 18. The popular...

Marlborough 10K racers run scenic course

Marlborough/Hudson - After howling at the moon at the Kelleher Field starting line, about 200 runners ranging in age from 15 to 64 turn...

Algonquin students take pride in their publication

While the end of a school year brings many opportunities to showcase student work, there is a unique way some talents are exhibited at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS). All year, a group of students gathers each Wednesday after school to create their award-winning magazine, "Sachem."

Westborough's Hart strokes for a win

Westborough - For the second consecutive year, Westborough athlete and graduating senior Sarah Hart has qualified to compete at the U.S. Rowing Youth Nationals...

Shrewsbury singer relishes longtime stint with Worcester Chorus

Shrewsbury – Shrewsbury resident Paul German was only 7 when he and his younger brother started singing for church radio broadcasts, while their mother played the piano. Little did he know that belting out songs would become something that would perpetually enrich his life.

Wanted in Southborough: NASCAR fans to support children's charities

Southborough – Bruce Ledoux has a dream - a big dream.