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Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Walking to benefit cancer charities

Marlborough - (l to r) Cancer survivor Tanya Robineau, her niece, Melissa, her sister, Tiffany, and her friend, Kerri Hollenkamp, pass a 1980 Camaro...

The C.A. picture of the day

Away in a manger Northborough - Sarah Symes and Tim Rick portray Mary and Joseph in the Living Nativity presented the evening of Dec....

“Hocus pocus” at the Southborough Library

Southborough - Dozens of children filled the Southborough Library on June 28 to watch magician Greg McAdams and his dog, Axel. The duo kicked off the library's summer reading program with their "Dig up Clues at the Library" presentation.

Local Boy Scout becomes Eagle Scout

Westborough - The highest award that can be received by members of the Boy Scouts of America is the rank of Eagle Scout. Only...

Joy to the world

Region - After learning about the Latin American celebration of Three Kings Day, Claire Devlin, 4, of Southborough wears the crown she created...

Jamming at the Senior Center

Hudson - Jim Blais and Al Goss perform a requested song during the "Friday Music Jam," held March 9 at the Hudson Senior Center....

The C.A. picture of the day

Sharing quality time together Marlborough - Sophia Tanoury and her granddaughter, Nancy Lundy, 4, enjoy sharing time together at the "Someone I Love Tea" held...

St. Mary's Credit Union breaks ground for new Westborough branch

Westborough - Officials from St. Mary's Credit Union, the town of Westborough and the Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce gathered for a ceremonial ground breaking at the site of the soon-to-be St. Mary's Westborough branch Dec. 11. The new branch will be located at the site of the former Friendly's Restaurant, 96 Turnpike Rd, near the intersection of Routes 9 and 30.

Sherwood students share talents to help Sandy victims

Shrewsbury – For the last few weeks, the kids who participate in the Sherwood Middle School's After School program have been making a variety of holiday wreaths, home decorative items and jewelry to sell at a fair to be held at the school this week. But the kids are not just learning about the ABCs of business by doing so – they are also learning the power of helping others. That's because monies earned from the sale will not be going back to them or their school but will instead be donated to children who have been affected by Hurricane Sandy.

Hudson Receives Award for Leadership in Environmental Initiatives

Hudson – The town of Hudson has received the "Leading By Example Award," sponsored by the Massachusetts Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs...