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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Shrewsbury celebrates the Chinese New Year

Shrewsbury - Over 800 people gathered at Oak Middle School March 1 to celebrate the traditional start of the Chinese New Year, which this year is known as the Year of the Goat, Sheep and Ram.

Marlborough youth's lemonade stand benefits Boston Children's Hospital

Marlborough - Tyler Puchulu, a 10-year-old from Marlborough, decided he wanted to do something to help sick children. Last July, Tyler hosted his first...

Assabet honors alumni family prior to basketball game

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Assabet Valley Regional High School raised money and awareness for pancreatic cancer care before a Girls Basketball game against...

Westborough scores in last minute to tie Hudson

By Kelly Burneson, Contributing Writer Westborough – The Hudson High School Hawks took on the Westborough High School  Rangers Dec. 20 at Northstar Youth Forum....

Carnival returns to Marlborough’s Labor Day weekend

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – After a hiatus of over 20 years, a carnival returned as part of Marlborough’s Labor Day weekend...

Northborough residents stand in solidarity with students

Northborough - On March 14, a group of area residents stood in Northborough’s center as a show of solidarity with students from across the...

New Westborough fire station opens

Westborough - The town of Westborough announced Nov. 5 that the new fire station on Milk Street is complete and that the station is now fully operational. Demolition of the old station, located adjacent to the new facility, is scheduled to begin Monday, Nov. 24.

Families enjoy New Hope’s ‘Kingdom Fest’

Westborough – New Hope Chapel was filled with tiny princesses and knights as the chapel hosted a fun, family-oriented celebration, “Kingdom’s Fest,” Oct. 30 at its 30 Milk St. location.

Southborough resident “pawsitively” loves pets

Southborough - Lynne Flanagan worked for years as a communications specialist for a utility company before she decided to follow her heart and make a drastic career change. An animal lover, Flanagan wanted to find a way to add quality to pets" lives. She felt that improving their health (physical as well as emotional) was the greatest gift and service she could provide. With this in mind, Flanagan became a certified pet massage instructor and small-animal masseuse and founded Paws That Matter - a pet massage service based in Massachusetts.

Cake ‘artistry’ in Northborough

Northborough – Local teens were given the opportunity to show off their creativity in cake decorating in a contest held July 24 at the...