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Saturday, February 16, 2019

Westborough author captivates readers with paranormal mysteries

Westborough - Kim Harrington wanted to be a writer ever since she could hold a pencil. She spent countless hours as a young girl dreaming up and writing all sorts of stories. When it came time to choose a career though, she realized that she had to be realistic. "I thought aspiring to be a novelist was naïve, like saying you want to be a rock star," Harrington said. "So in college I majored in marketing, then went on to get my MBA and join the corporate world. But writing still pulled at me. So I dabbled in it on the side, as a hobby. I wrote three novels that were rejected all over the place - and rightly so. Then I wrote "Clarity," which was published by Scholastic last year."

Happy birthday to everyone!

  Shrewsbury - (l to r) Isabelle Chang, Helen Haddad and Ruth Cohen applaud for musical entertainer Ethan Stone while attending the eighth annual "Everybody's...

Southborough kids march in star-spangled parade

Southborough – The Perry sisters – Arabella, 8, Elizabeth, 5, and Hannah, 6 – lead the annual Fourth of July Parade held July 1. Children of all ages marched from the Southborough Public Library to the Town House and back. Afterward, they enjoyed refreshments while listening to patriotic music in the Children's Room.

Musical morning for kids, grown-ups

Marlborough - Erin Seder, 3, and her mother, Shannon, enjoy the annual Family Sing-Along presented at the Happy Hours Preschool, located in the Pleasant...

A tribute to fallen Dallas officers

Shrewsbury - On an overcast day, the flag in front of the Richard D. Carney Municipal Office Building is at half-mast to honor the...

We love our C.A. friends!

Westborough - It's always great to meet our C.A. friends, especially when they are as sweet as six-week old Terrier pup, "Mulligan." This little...

An autumn tapestry frames the Sudbury Reservoir

Southborough - New England's fall landscape offers a colorful display of bright oranges, reds and yellows. Colors are ablaze on the shores of the...

Shrewsbury Crossings announces American flag fundraiser

Shrewsbury ?Shrewsbury Crossings will be selling new outdoor American flags, made in American and sold by local veterans, as part of its annual fundraiser...

Community leaders go to the highest bidder

Shrewsbury - Town Manager Daniel Morgado (left) and Michael Hale (right), general manager of Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations, work out in a group...

Rainbow brightens the afternoon

Westborough - Our region was treated a beautiful rainbow this afternoon, brightening an otherwise dreary day. From about 4 p.m. to 4:25 p.m., a...