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Electric vehicle charging is a must for apartment and condo dwellers
Apartment hunters usually have a check list of must haves. Those lists contain things like a pool, a gym, and even dog parks.
Middlesex sheriff warns of scammers posing as sheriff’s office staff
The Middlesex Sheriff’s Office is cautioning area residents to be aware of telephone scams in which perpetrators pose as law enforcement.
Marlborough Democrats plan caucus
The Marlborough Democratic City Committee will hold a caucus on June 10 to elect delegates and alternates to the Democratic State Convention.
Robert D. Pelletier, 75, formerly of Hudson
Robert D. Pelletier, 75, formerly of Hudson, died Saturday, June 3, 2023, after a brief illness. He was son of the late Victor and Lucille (Lavasseur) Pelletier and brother of the late Claire Pelletier.
Carl G. Livermore Jr., 87, of Northborough
Carl G. Livermore, Jr., loving father, grandfather and great-grandfather to his family, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, June 6, 2023, at the age of 87.
Director of Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services announces retirement
Christine Mowry, the executive director of Shrewsbury Youth and Family Services (SYFS), will retire after eight years of service.
Clare C. Trischuk, 80, of Northborough
Clare C. Trischuk, 80, of Northborough, passed away peacefully on June 3, 2023. Clare was born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, one of two daughters to Glen and Helen (Cottee) Gilbert.
Nancy L. Uhlman, 82, of Westborough
Nancy L. Uhlman, 82, passed away tragically June 1, 2023. Her roots were in Grafton and she lived for many years in Westborough working on the Uhlman family farm
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Marlborough Hudson June 9, 2023
In this week's Marlborough Hudson edition read Despite showers, Hudson High grads shine bright. Building, fundraising continues forMarlborough public library
Community Advocate June 9, 2023
In this week's edition of the Community advocate read about the local high school graduations. Two lawsuits stall Regal Cinemas site redevelopment.
Two lawsuits stall Regal Cinemas site redevelopment
Months after the town awarded a bid to redevelop the former Regal Cinemas, a pair of lawsuits continues to hold up the proceedings.
Hudson traffic committee hosts parking forum
Hudson residents provided input on downtown parking and learned about the upcoming parking study at a public forum on May 24.
Northborough receives 27 candidates for town administrator
The search is underway for the next Northborough town administrator. The town received 27 candidates by the response date of May 8.
Dale E. Cignetti, 71, of Shrewsbury
Dale E. (Furbish) Cignetti, 71, a longtime resident of Shrewsbury, passed away at home on Friday, June 2, 2023.
Survey on Westborough Golf Club building available soon
Residents will soon have a chance to offer ideas about the future of the Westborough Golf Club building in upcoming surveys.
For Quinn teachers, life is but ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’
One Thursday, a small group of teachers and staff gathered in the cafeteria doing a table read of Act Five of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Marlborough police log, June 9 edition
Marlborough Wednesday, May 24 8:19 a.m. Liberty Hill Apartments/Main St. Auto theft. 9:22 a.m. BPRE/Farm Rd. MVA property damage only. 10:43 a.m. Discount Gas/Main St. MVA property damage...
John D. Arsenault, 85, of Hudson
John D. Arsenault, 85, of Hudson MA died June 2, 2023. John is together again with his beloved wife of 63 years, Mary Ellen (Murphy) Arsenault, who predeceased him in 2022.
Armed robbery at Shrewsbury gas station leads to charges
Sean Wogan, 29, has been charged with assault with a dangerous weapon and intimidate to steal from depository, among other charges.