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Marlborough teachers receive cars on ‘Ellen’ show

October 6th, 2015

Sisters Jill Morin (left) and Kelly Beam with newborn twins Bobby and Kenny. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Sisters Jill Morin and Kelly Beam grew up on Orchard Street in Marlborough. Together they played at Ward Park, together they studied to become English as a Second Language (ESL) teachers, together they became members of Grace Baptist Church in Hudson, together they became mothers and together they received brand new cars from Ellen Degeneres.

Hudson Catholic High class of ’65 celebrates 50-year reunion

October 6th, 2015

Visiting the construction site where their alma mater Hudson Catholic High was recently demolished are class of 1965 alumni (back, l to r) Roger Lamy, Tom Garrity, Mike Bourque, Larry Letendre, Peter Keough, Joe Stankus, Frank Finnerty with his dog Bubba, Ken Giardina, Joy Tarbell, (front, l to r) Barbara Jagling Richards, Barbara Martin Colley and Ann Ordway Wifholm. (Photo/Ed Minyard)

Hudson – Although the building that housed Hudson Catholic High (HCH) was recently demolished, its school spirit continued as the class of 1965 celebrated a 50-year reunion weekend Sept. 25 to 27. They were the sixth class to graduate from HCH and the fourth to include boys.

UMass Memorial-Marlborough announces hiring of nicotine-free employees

October 6th, 2015

Marlborough – Effective Oct. 1, UMass Memorial-Marlborough Hospital has instituted a nicotine-free hiring policy for new employees. “Hiring nicotine-free employees is part of a larger effort to be a role model in our community by setting a healthy example,” stated Francis Meringolo, vice president of human resources.  “Recruiting and hiring employees who practice healthy lifestyle [...]

Julio’s Liquors announces new wine director

October 6th, 2015

W BB Julio's DeLuca-cr

Westborough – Julio’s Liquors has announced that Toni DeLuca will be joining its team as wine director, bringing with her many years of experience from her travels studying wine in various regions across the world.

A Massachusetts native, DeLuca received her bachelor of science degree from James Madison University in Harrisonburg, Va., and then moved to Virginia in order to pursue a career with the federal government. While working for the U.S. Department of Justice, she worked part-time in the tasting room at Chrysalis Vineyards, a local winery in northern Virginia. The unique experience motivated her to pursue an education in winemaking full-time.

Westborough office can help homeowners evaluate policies

October 6th, 2015

The Westborough staff of Northeast Insurance Agency, Inc.
File photo/Bonnie Adams

“We sell property and casualty insurance. We specialize in auto, homeowner, life and business insurance,” said Stan Szajna, co-owner and treasurer of Northeast Insurance. The agency’s Westborough office is in the Colonial Plaza at 45 East Main St. It has five other offices in Massachusetts and is licensed in all New England states.

Robert D. Page, of Marlborough

October 5th, 2015

(l to r) In this file photo from July 2015,  Mayor Arthur Vigeant, poses for a photo with Ward 2 City Councilor Robert Page and Ron Dalbec, of the Disabled American Veterans, local chapter 82 of Marlborough.
File photo/submitted

Marlborough – Robert D. Page, 75, passed away on Sept.  29, 2015 at Seasons Hospice and Palliative Care Inpatient Center in Milton. He is survived by his wife Elizabeth Ruane; two children, Deborah Page of Tennessee and James Page of Alabama; five grandchildren, Amanda Page, Kristen Kennedy, and Jeremy, Christopher and Aubrey Page and nine [...]

Algonquin Tops Marlborough in Soccer Doubleheader

October 5th, 2015

Marlborough’s Paulo Silva (#7) and Algonquin’s Sebastian Royo (#28) vie for the ball

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks boys and girls soccer teams were both victorious in games played against the Marlborough High School Panthers on October 3, 2015.

In the first game of the evening, the Algonquin boys defeated Shrewsbury by a score of 3-1. The Algonquin boys’ team season record improves to 5-1-2 while Marlborough falls to 1-4-2.

Foundation’s founder to be honored at 25th-year gala

October 4th, 2015

Promoting the Citizens Scholarship Foundation of Marlborough’s 25th Anniversary Gala are (l to r) Mary Lou Vanzini, the organization’s founder;  Mary Jo Nawrocki, who will co-host the gala with David Flynn; and Steve LeDuc, the event chair. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – The Citizens Scholarship Foundation (CSF) of Marlborough, a local chapter of Scholarship America, will honor its founder Mary Lou Vanzini at its 25th Anniversary Gala to be held Thursday, Oct. 22, at the Marlborough Senior Center, 40 New St. Doors will open with food stations at 6:30 p.m. Vanzini is looking forward to reuniting with people she’s met throughout her several decades as a community leader.

Algonquin football defeats Hudson

October 3rd, 2015

Hudson’s Jesse Nemerowicz (#45) is pursued by Algonquin’s Colin Robinson (#20).

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks football team defeated the Hudson High School Hawks by a score of 21-7 in a game played Oct. 2. Billy Polymeros rushed for all three of Algonquin’s touchdowns and Evangelos Baltas was successful on all three extra point attempts.  Armel Conyers scored [...]

Public invited to hike new Westborough Trail

October 2nd, 2015

Gilmore Pond

Westborough – The public is invited to join Westborough Community Land Trust’s Marge Fisher to catch a lovely autumn view of Gilmore Pond Sunday, Oct. 18 from 1:30-3 p.m. Then the group will walk a new trail through wooded uplands and along stone walls to see the fall foliage in the Libbey/Wile forest before looping back.

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