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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Southborough celebrates its Heritage Day

Southborough – The annual Southborough Heritage Day Celebration began the evening of Oct. 7 with "Light Up Southborough," when carved and decorated pumpkins were...

Beaton hosts first Charity Golf Tournament

Region ?- State Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, presents a check to Wendy Mickel of the Westborough Food Pantry. Checks were also given to JoAnn...

‘Sweats for Vets’ far exceeds sweatshirt goal

Marlborough ?The nonprofit Sweats for Vets recently announced that it exceeded its goal of obtaining Boston-based sports team sweatshirts. Not only did every homeless...

Marlborough musician performs for his hometown

Marlborough- Local musician Jason Anick has played music all over the world and before a large variety of audiences. When he was 12 years old, he was performing in the Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Fair fiddle contest when then-President Bill Clinton and his wife, Hillary Clinton, unexpectedly joined the audience.

‘The Situation’ dazzles Westborough

Westborough – Julio's Liquors in Westborough on a normal Friday evening is always busy. But on Friday evening, Sept. 21 it was extremely busy, thanks to the arrival of one young celebrity, Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino and an estimated 900 of his fans

The C.A. picture of the day

Warming up with chilly tales Westborough - Young patrons of the Westborough Public Library Children's Room are amused by minstrel storyteller Mary Jo Maichack while...

The C.A picture of the day

Everybody loves a Horribles Parade Marlborough - Costumed members of the Whitcomb Middle School Band lead the annual Horribles Parade, held downtown Oct. 28. Prior...

Shrewsbury – NHL players are not the only ones returning to the ice. The recent winter weather has been perfect for amateur players to...

Summer Bash in Marlborough benefits kids with diabetes

Marlborough - Kevin Brewster checks out an entry in the Bike Show during the Summer Bash, presented Aug. 5 by the Steel Horse Sisters...

Collecting unwanted bicycles for Africa

Hudson – Unwanted bicycles can be put to good use, and St. Michael Parish is making it easy through January for anyone in Hudson and the surrounding communities. A volunteer will pick up old or new bicycles, most of which will be shipped to Ghana, Africa, where many people have no access to other transportation. The pick-up drive is also collecting sewing machines, which can help create work for poverty-stricken women and girls in Ghana.