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Sunday, June 16, 2019

Library presents Latin American Festival

Shrewsbury - Jose Castillo, a music professor at Quinsigamond Community College, performs a Puerto Rican folk song at the Latin American Music & Dance...

‘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.

St. Mary School in Shrewsbury names award recipients

Shrewsbury - The St. Mary School Alumni Office announced the recipients of the school's first Fr. Edward W. Lynch, Founder's Award and the Saint...

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.

Youth Center treated to a cookout

Marlborough - Tyler Hardy, 5, and his sister, Kaila, 8, are served at the buffet line of a cookout held Aug. 26 to commemorate the conclusion of a successful summer camp at the Youth Center of Countryside Village, a subsidized apartment complex.

The C.A. picture of the day

Region - Algonquin Regional High School's (ARHS) Brody Gardner (#9, center) watches his shot get past Shrewsbury High School (SHS) goalkeeper Jim DeZutter (#29, right) as SHS's Zach Thebau (#10, left) looks on. Algonquin hosted Shrewsbury in the last game of the regular season.

Webster Five donates to Shrewsbury's Veterans Council

Shrewsbury - The Webster Five Foundation, as part of the "Web of Caring to Make a Difference" program, has announced that it is donating...

Volunteers maintain new community garden in Hudson

Hudson - Russ Litin mows and Pat Wimmers weeds during the volunteer cleanup held Aug. 11 at the new Apsley Park Community Garden, located...

The C.A. picture of the day

Costumed kids at the park Northborough - Five-year-old twin brothers Rushil and Rohil Aroramohan, dressed as giraffes, enjoy the playground after participating in the...