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Friday, September 21, 2018

Westborough veteran still giving after all these years

Westborough – Westborough resident Luis Torres, 75, has more energy and zest for life than people half his age. He still has the crisp demeanor of one who has served in the Army for a long time.

Marlborough mayor honors outstanding seniors

Marlborough - Gathered at the 35th annual Mayor's Senior Dinner, held June 21 at Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel, are (l to r) Senior...

‘Trucking along’ in Hudson

Hudson – Antique trucks of all kinds were on display Sunday at the Antique Truck Show sponsored by the Hudson-Concord Elks Lodge 959. The show drew in hundreds of truck aficionados all eager to see the vehicles up close and personal at the Lodge's 99 Park St. location. Vehicles ranged from classic Fords and Chevys, fire trucks, utility trucks, busses, and military jeeps.

Intergenerational pen pals meet in Hudson

Hudson - After writing letters monthly since September 2010, participants in an intergenerational Pen Pal Program meet in person for the first time May...

Health and Safety Fair held at Umass-Marlborough Hospital 

By Janice Elizabeth Berte, Contributing Writer Marlborough - From infants to seniors, there were good times to be had June 2 at the 20th annual...

Regatta Players sing Sedaka songs

Shrewsbury - Singing songs by Neil Sedaka in the musical comedy "Breaking Up Is Hard to Do" are members of the Regatta Players Theater...

Westborough Farmer's Market has grown

Westborough - Thursday afternoons on the front lawn of the Congregational Church are bursting with people and produce, flowers and farm goods, handcrafted jewelry and just about every kind of wine under the summer sun. There is an assortment of local organic tomatoes, corn, cheese, fish, baked goods, pork, beef, lamb, brownies, flowers, jams and jellies, and even a pair of friendly alpacas. The market is open every Thursday from 1 to 7 p. m. through September. Vendors include: Acoustic Java, Angel Hair Alpacas, Crystal

Apple Tree Arts announces summer youth programs

Grafton - Apple Tree Arts has announced several youth summer programs that will offer students the opportunity to play in a band or ensemble...

Shrewsbury defeats Leominster, will next play Wachusett for division title

Marlborough - The Central Mass Division 3 boys' hockey semi-final was held March 5 at the New England Sports Center with the number one seed Shrewsbury High School Colonials hosting the fourth-seed Leominster High School Blue Devils. Shrewsbury's Sean Hallice (assisted by Brayden Carroll and Matt Ward) had the only score of the first period for a 1-0 Colonials lead.

Algonquin holds off Groton-Dunstable in girls” lacrosse

Marlborough - For its season opener, the Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks girls" lacrosse team hosted the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School Crusaders at 911 Memorial Field April 1. Last year, the Tomahawks defeated the Crusaders in the Central Massachusetts Division 1 semi-final.