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Sunday, November 18, 2018

Southborough kids march in star-spangled parade

Southborough – The Perry sisters – Arabella, 8, Elizabeth, 5, and Hannah, 6 – lead the annual Fourth of July Parade held July 1. Children of all ages marched from the Southborough Public Library to the Town House and back. Afterward, they enjoyed refreshments while listening to patriotic music in the Children's Room.

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Families meet the Easter Bunny Northborough - Meeting the special guest at the annual Brunch with the Easter Bunny, held March 31 at Whitney Place...

(Not so) on top of the world

Berlin – A raccoon has been stuck on top of a telephone pole across from the Berlin Post Office on Pleasant Street since early...

Young athletes get a workout

Young athletes get a workout Westborough - Griffin Townsend, 8, plays a game of pin guard during the Oct. 27 session of Athletic Revolution,...

Young readers attend Harry Potter Party at Marlborough

Marlborough - Nathan Simon, 7, readies to score for his team in a Muggle Quidditch match, the highlight of the Harry Potter Party presented...

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Banking at school Shrewsbury - Learning how to be a bank teller for the day, fourth-grader Elijah Baron processes a $10 deposit for another student's...

Region prepares for “Nemo”

Region – While the region prepares for the Nor'saster dubbed "Nemo" utility crews from as far away as Michigan and Ohio have set up...

Veterans” services district open for business

Region - On July 1, the Central Mass. Veterans" Services District Office officially opened for business. Serving the communities of Westborough, Northborough, Grafton, and Shrewsbury, the office is located on the second floor of the Forbes Municipal Building, 45 Main St., in Westborough. The district office came about in part as a result of the Governor's Executive Order 483 of 2007, reinforcing Massachusetts law requiring every municipality to maintain an office of veterans" affairs under the auspices of the Secretary of State. Before July, each town ran its own separate veterans" office.

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Laughing out loud at the library Shrewsbury - Young guests enjoy the antics of Major Holiday, also known as children's performer Robb Preskins, hosting the...

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Teaming up to fund scholarships Marlborough - Ready to compete in the Citizen's Scholarship Foundation (CSF) of Marlborough's sixth annual "Team Trivia Challenge," held March...