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Southborough’s Hall of Comics plans ‘Free Comic Book Day’ event

SOUTHBOROUGH - The Hall of Comics in Southborough will celebrate Free Comic Book Day on Saturday, May 7.  The locally-owned comic shop is partnering with...

Hudson Select Board approves lease for new solid waste transfer station

HUDSON – The Select Board approved an agreement, Dec. 6, allowing B-P Trucking to lease town land for the construction and operation of a...

Southborough aims to increase Town Meeting turnout

By Susan Gonsalves, Contributing Writer SOUTHBOROUGH – The Southborough Select Board is hoping to find ways to increase participation at Town Meetings. It started a discussion...

Hudson Public Schools Chromebook program dealing with glitches

By Justin Roshak, Contributing Writer HUDSON - More than 20 percent of the 850 new Chromebooks that the Hudson Public Schools received over the summer...

This Week’s Community Advocate July 30, 2021

Westborough Police Swear in New Officers and more inside this week's Community Advocate July 30.2021
Community Advocate June 25, 2021 Cover

This week’s Community Advocate June 25, 2021

Westborough says ‘thank you’ to police, firefighters and other regional stories in this week's Community Advocate.
Cover of Community Advocate June 18, 2021

This week’s Community Advocate June 18, 2021

Westborough teen sings National Anthem at WooSox game. This and other stories in this week's Community Advocate June, 18, 2021

Pedestrian hurt in Shrewsbury accident

Shrewsbury - The Shrewsbury Police Department released this statement this afternoon: On February 9, 2021 at approximately 6:22 a.m.  Shrewsbury Police, Fire and Worcester EMS...

‘Rocky’ back on dry land, thanks to Shrewsbury Fire Department

Shrewsbury – One Shrewsbury pup, Rocky, is a lucky dog indeed, thanks to the quick work of the Shrewsbury Fire Department. “At 9:23 this...

Santa to make stops throughout region this weekend

The "Jolly Old Elf" will be in Marlborough, Northborough and Shrewsbury Region - Santa is going to be busy this weekend! Officials have noted that...

Kits for Kids to give out toys in Marlborough Dec. 12

Marlborough – Families are invited to come to a special free event Saturday, Dec. 12 to pick up a free brand new stuffed animal...

Burns Bridge to be lit in memory of Sandy Hook victims

Shrewsbury/Worcester - The Central Massachusetts Chapter of Moms Demand Action For Gun Sense In America has announced that the Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge will be lit up...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Average Marlborough homeowner to see $141 increase in FY2021 tax bills

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer Marlborough – Following a public hearing, the City Council has approved the recommendations of Mayor Arthur Vigeant, the Board of Assessors...

BREAKING NEWS – Baker announces statewide rollback to Phase Three, Step One

Additional restrictions effective Sunday, Dec. 13 Region – Gov. Charlie Baker has announced that effective Sunday, Dec. 13, all communities in Massachusetts will return to...

Westborough girls’ soccer defeats Wachusett in PKs after double OT

By Kelly Burneson, Contributing Photographer Westborough – The Westborough High School girls’ soccer team defeated Wachusett Regional High School in double OT in a game played...

Remote learning to continue in Marlborough through Jan. 11

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer Marlborough —The School Committee voted Nov. 10 to keep students grades 3-12 learning remotely with a projected return date on Monday,...

T-Hawks girls soccer team wins tight game over Westborough

By Kelly Burneson, Contributing Photographer Westborough – The Westborough High School girls’ soccer team battled the T-Hawks from Algonquin Regional High School Oct. 28 at Westborough. The...

Algonquin boys defeat Westborough on Senior Night

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Northborough - The Algonquin Regional boys soccer team defeated Westborough by a score of 5-2 on Oct. 28. The game marked Senior...
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HHS shifts to remote learning after COVID-19 cases prompt staffing shortages

Three cases of COVID-19 have forced Hudson High School to switch to full time remote learning through Nov. 4, Superintendent Marco Rodrigues says.

Planning Board denies application for The Gutierrez Company

Amazon to move into vacant buildings on Bartlett Street By Liz Nolan, Contributing Writer NORTHBOROUGH - A unanimous decision was made by the Northborough Planning Board...