Saturday, July 11, 2020

Hudson’s American Heritage Museum to reopen Wednesday, July 8

Hudson – The American Heritage Museum will reopen under Massachusetts Phase III guidelines starting Wednesday, July 8. Standard hours will be 10 a.m. to...

Blackout after storm startles Hudson

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Hudson - An intense thunderstorm left downtown Hudson dark Sunday night after lightning strikes knocked out vital electrical infrastructure. Lasting more...

Shrewsbury BOS starts discussion on forming anti-racism task force

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Shrewsbury – Selectman John Lebeaux was emphatic at the Board of Selectmen’s June 23 meeting that he “does not hold...

Westborough’s youth hold protest for Black Lives Matter movement

By Adway S. Wadekar, Contributing Writer Westborough – At this moment in time, tensions are high in the United States. In the midst of the global...

Vintage car parade brings cheer to Westborough seniors

By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Westborough –Nearly 40 vintage cars traveled throughout the SALMON Health and Retirement complex the afternoon of June 21 for a celebratory...

New mindset and retraining by police needs to happen

To the Editor:   In light of the recent attacks on Black people, there has been a global protest and uprising. Unity, strength and concern...

This week’s issue – June 12, 2020 (includes Summer Guide 2020)

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Local Youth Chamber musicians share their music virtually

The Boston Youth Chamber, a group of classically-trained young musicians that includes members from Northborough, Westborough, and Shrewsbury, isn’t letting the coronavirus pandemic stop them from sharing their music. 

Northborough’s Sokoloff receives award for athletics and community involvement

On May 15, the Brandeis University Department of Athletics handed out its annual departmental honors. Among the award winners was sophomore Rebecka Sokoloff of Northborough, a member of the women's swimming and diving team.

Local fundraising affected by closures

The changes that have been made due to COVID-19 closures have not been easy for businesses, schools or families. Many local non-profit organizations have also been affected as major fundraising events cannot be held.