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Westborough Senior Center celebrates Fourth of July

July 5th, 2015

Guests at the annual cookout with Head of the Senior Center Supporters Marie Young (standing).

Westborough – Members and friends of the Westborough Senior Center Supporters attended the annual Red, White and Blue Cookout July 2 at the center. Guests wore their patriotic attire to enjoy traditional cookout fare: hamburgers, hot dogs, potato salad, watermelon and pink lemonade. After the meal, those in attendance were entertained by local resident and [...]

Young Southborough Library patrons display patriotism

July 3rd, 2015

Leading the parade are (l to r) Lily Dlott, 6, Shea Domolky, 6, and Evan Dlott, 4.

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Southborough – Once again, Common Street was closed by the Southborough Police as a longtime holiday tradition continued July 2. Young patrons of the Southborough Library and their family members participated in the annual Fourth of July parade, wearing star-spangled accessories while waving American flags. They marched up the [...]

Northborough Challenger League celebrates the end of its second season

July 2nd, 2015

Jack O’Connor gives Coach Durkin a hug after running home, as Ryan Roberts approaches the plate.

Northborough – It was a beautiful, sunny Saturday morning as the Northborough Challenger League celebrated the end of a second season. The Challenger Division is a separate division of Little League that pairs up boys and girls with physical and mental challenges with “buddies” so that they too may enjoy the game of baseball.

Buddies and coaches arrived early at the Robert E. Melican Middle School to fire up the barbecue grills. On the two fields in use there was no shortage of smiles, high-fives and hugs. Buddies from Melican and Algonquin Regional High School assisted the players and cheered them on. Former Challenger League player from last year, Leah Toronto, who became a buddy this year, opened the game by singing the National Anthem.

Breaking ground for Autism Institute in Southborough

June 30th, 2015

Former Gov. Michael Dukakis, capital campaign co-chair

Southborough – The New England Center for Children (NECC) on Route 9 in Southborough is expanding and renovating after raising $10.9 million with a capital campaign. A new three-story, 30,000-square-foot addition will be added to the existing building and named the Autism Institute. There, NECC will conduct training and research to further benefit autism educators and affected families internationally.

Happy Fourth of July from Westborough families

June 29th, 2015

Checking photos on a camera phone are (l to r) Susan McAlice, Marilyn Leffler and Janice Lindvig.

Westborough – Residents and guests got a head start celebrating the holiday June 26 by attending the annual Westborough July 4th Family Block Party on West Main Street. Among the activities for family fun were a bounce house, dunk tank, sand art, airbrush tattoos, food concessions, and pony and horse-drawn carriage rides.

Grafton Library celebrates benefactor’s 181st birthday

June 26th, 2015

(l to r) Jim Zebrowski, president of Aldrich Astronomical Society, Inc., and John Root, coordinator of the Library Telescope Program, watch Library Director Beth Gallaway unveil a telescope given as a birthday gift.

Grafton – Patrons of all ages gathered June 20 on the lawn of the Grafton Public Library to celebrate what would have been the 181st birthday of its benefactor Jerome Wheelock, a local inventor. He donated $100,000, which matured in 1927 to allow construction of the current library. Wheelock’s statue stands across the street in the Grafton Common.

Grafton Historical Society hosts 48th Antiques & Arts Fair

June 22nd, 2015

Carolyn Tay and Deckson Lee check out a vendor’s antiques.

Grafton – The Grafton Common was filled with vendors’ displays June 20 for the Grafton Historical Society’s 48th annual Antiques & Arts Fair. Guests browsed among dozens of booths offering antiques, collectibles and artisans’ creations. An appraiser was available to reveal the value of visitors’ antiques and heirlooms.

Little kids love big trucks in Grafton

June 22nd, 2015

Jamieson Field Jr., 2, climbs from the seat of Grafton Fire Department’s Engine 2.

Grafton – Families spent some of spring’s last day, June 20, attending the Grafton Recreation Department’s annual Big Truck Day. Various vehicles were stationed at the Grafton High School parking lot for the free, four-hour event.

Students participate in fun and games at Fales Field Day

June 20th, 2015

Third-grader Brendan Estaphan participates in a tug of war.

Westborough – The end of the school year is quickly approaching and on June 12, the students at Annie B. Fales Elementary School participated in its annual Field Day. Each grade wore a different color and a much-anticipated opening ceremony marked the beginning of the day’s activities.

Marlborough High students solve problems of the future at STEM Expo

June 19th, 2015

Controlled Housing Association of Outer Space (C.H.A.O.S): Tenth-graders Diego Garcia, Sammie Merrill and Ryan Vermilyea.

Marlborough – The Marlborough High School’s 2015 Spring STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) Expo was held June 12 in the John C. Colleary Field House. The EXPO featured completed projects by the ninth- and tenth-grade students who worked tirelessly throughout the entire second half of the school year researching and implementing solutions to their assigned task.

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