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Wednesday, July 24, 2019

Church volunteer seeks to brighten holidays

Shrewsbury - At a time of year when many people are focusing on the joy and celebration of the holiday season, there are a significant number of others who struggle with depression and sadness. And it is those folks that Sabina Terrades seeks to reach out to and help.

Celebrating Hanukkah in Westborough

  Westborough - Rabbi Michoel Green of Chabad of Westborough introduces World War II veteran George Miller and his grandson, Jon Becker, as they light...

Andy Needham Band offers free download

By Sue Wambolt, Contributing Writer Westborough/Northborough - In the spirit of Christmas, the Andy Needham Band has released a free download of their rendition of...

Tibetan Buddhist monks bring message of peace to Northborough and Shrewsbury

Northborough – The First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist of Northborough, always a busy place, hosted a special group of visitors Nov. 15 to 20 - seven Tibetan Buddhist monks from Gaden Jhamtse, South India. The church's minister, the Rev. Dr. Judith E. Wright, said the monks visit was arranged at the suggestion of parishioner Jeff Bailey, who runs a meditation group at the church.

The C.A. picture of the day

Holiday Trolley spreads cheer downtown Northborough - Addison Keene, 2, samples the cookie she decorated at the parish hall of St. Rose of Lima,...

Marlborough Panthers Host Wrestling Tournament

By Sue Wambolt, Contributing Writer Marlborough – 17 high school wrestling teams gathered at Marlborough High School on Dec. 17 for the Early Bird...

Shrewsbury church contributes 6300 boxes to “Operation Christmas Child”

Shrewsbury – A truck loaded with more than 6,300 shoe boxes is on its way from Shrewsbury to deliver Christmas gifts to children in over 130 countries, as part of the efforts of the international Christian relief group, Operation Christmas Child. The boxes, which are packed with toiletries, school supplies, toys and clothing, will be part of the shipment that will be delivered to 8.5 million children worldwide.

AVRTHS guidance counselor continues holiday tradition of giving to the homeless

Region - The holiday season often reminds people that there are those less fortunate, but few families go to the lengths that the McCabe...

Hudson Senior Center holds Holiday Luncheon

Hudson - The Hudson Senior Center had their annual Holiday Luncheon at the Assabet Valley Epicurean Room restaurant, with great food and some caroling.  

Algonquin senior takes home Outstanding Lineman award

Northborough - Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) senior Zach Meath credits football for changing his life. "I gained so many things playing football that I could not have gained from any other activity," said the Northborough resident and Tomahawks captain.