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Sunday, January 20, 2019

Shrewsbury boys” LAX easily defeats Westborough

Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury High School Colonials boys' lacrosse team hosted the Westborough High School Rangers on April 4 in Shrewsbury. The Colonials built a commanding lead early, and led 6-0 after the first half. The Rangers finally got on the board twice at the end of the third period, but were still down 9-2.

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Hudson players give their all Hudson – Hudson High School's (HHS) Brian Fahey returns a serve from Groton-Dunstable Regional High School's Ryan Bunis during their...

St. Mary's Parish holds first Day of Service

Shrewsbury – The Stewardship Ministry at St. Mary's Parish held the first Day of Service April 20 to allow parishioners to "live out their faith as stewards of God's many blessings," according to the day's organizers. Approximately 300 volunteers worked on service projects for three to four hours at locations in Shrewsbury and Worcester.

Westborough edges out Hudson in gymnastics meet

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer Hudson - The Hudson High School Hawks hosted a quad-meet Dec. 21 featuring the Westborough High School Rangers, Acton-Boxborough Regional...

Westborough and Southborough commuters to pay 50 percent more to park at MBTA lots

Parking fees will go up to $6 each weekday starting Aug. 1 By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Southborough/Westborough – As a way to increase much needed...

Snow much fun

Marlborough - Daniel Temmallo, 10, enjoys tobogganing down a snowy slope Dec. 30 at Ghiloni Park. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Local author inspires with “The Spirit Within”

Marlborough - "How we are connected to God, each other and all things" is the theme of a book, "The Spirit Within" written by author Paul Pacific. The Marlborough resident is also a motivational speaker who spreads his inspiring message of personal empowerment in schools, on television, radio and media interviews all over the United States.

Southborough sisters hope to change world one person at a time

Southborough/Northborough - For 2010 Algonquin Regional High School graduate Dayna Altman, heading off to Providence College to pursue a degree in social work brought excitement and eager anticipation. Being a perfectionist, though, it was not long before the pressure of school and the desire to excel in every area caused her to feel out of control. Like many young women, Altman turned to food as her source of control. She began actively restricting her food intake. As Altman struggled with perfectionism and "finding herself" as an adult, her eating disorder escalated, and it was not long before she was battling anorexia.

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Hudson - Mabel Belmore wins a game at Bingo, held Feb. 2 at the Hudson Elks Lodge. Doors open each Thursday at 5:30 p.m. and Bingo games begin at 7 p.m. Sandwiches and soup or chili are available throughout the evening, as well as complimentary coffee and doughnuts at the break. Proceeds go to the Elks Scholarship Fund for graduates of Hudson,

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Region – The Community Advocate might not date back to 1776, but this fall we will be celebrating our 40th year as the region's...