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Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Tails around the world in Southborough

Southborough - Alyssa Ruggles, 3, pets an American alligator named Bruno at the conclusion of "Tails Around the World," presented July 26 by Jungle...

Training like Olympians in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Ethan Zheng, 5, performs a backflip during the July 27 session of Olympic Fitness, one of many courses of the Summer Enrichment...

Shrewsbury birder captures action shots, shares sightings in his book

Shrewsbury – When Shrewsbury resident Bruce deGraaf decided to attend a public bird walk at Dean Park in 2003, he didn's know the outing would be so fascinating

Westborough cyclist rides for ‘fun, fitness, transportation’

Westborough – When gas prices rose dramatically in 2005, Ellen Gogul of Westborough, always an avid cyclist, decided not to give any more money to oil companies and began riding her bike whenever possible instead.

Kids discover fun at summer camp in Northborough

Northborough - Nicholas McFarland, 5, and Kevin Dong, 6, glide down the water slide during the July 6 session of Kid's Discovery, a summer...

Shrewsbury Historical Society presents awards, scholarships

Shrewsbury - As part of its outreach to the community, the Shrewsbury Historical Society recently presented awards and scholarships to a number of area residents.

First kicks at Marlborough program

Region - Isabele Brown, 3, of Hudson listens to instructor Kara Kendrick during the Aug. 3 session of Soccer Playgroup, offered by the Together...

Learning the world's continents in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - Christina Zarobe (center) joins her children Gabriel Hurdle, 8, and his sister, Gracie, 6, as they create models of climbers hiking up...

Local organization lends a paw

Region - With millions of homeless cats nationwide and 50 to 150,000 homeless cats alone living in central Massachusetts, the Second Chance Fund for Animal Welfare (SCFAW) is helping to decrease these numbers by offering affordable and accessible services such as spaying and neutering at a lower cost to their owners.

Shrewsbury man volunteers for Peace Corps in his ‘golden years’

Ed Wilson, a Meals-on-Wheels volunteer at the Senior Center in Shrewsbury, first heard about the Peace Corps in the early 1960s. At that time he had finished a stint in the Army, was involved in his career and raising a family.