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Marlborough softball tops Westborough

May 14th, 2015

Marlborough’s Jillian Petrie swings at a pitch

Marlborough – The Marlborough High School Panthers softball team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 5-1 in a game played May 13.

Grafton History Day celebrates town’s incorporation

May 11th, 2015

Linda Casey, director of the Grafton Historical Society Museum, mingles wearing Victorian attire.

Grafton – Residents and visitors gathered May 9 at Grafton Common for the annual Grafton History Day. Co-sponsored by the Grafton Historical Society and the Grafton Garden Club, the five-hour event celebrates the town’s 1735 incorporation.

Algonquin softball rallies to defeat Westborough

May 11th, 2015

Westborough’s Flaherty Foster swings at a pitch in a game against Algonquin

Northborough – The Algonquin Regional High School Tomahawks softball team defeated the Westborough High School Rangers by a score of 4-3 in a game played May 8.

Children enjoy historical activities in Northborough

May 7th, 2015

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  Northborough – The Northborough Historical Society held a Children’s Day at its 50 Main St. location May 3. Kids were invited to dress-up in period costumes and have their photos taken on a stage that had been set up. They also made May baskets or flower pots and took tours of the museum. Lemonade, [...]

Westborough celebrates spring’s arrival with a festival

May 4th, 2015

Making the rounds at the Kids Carnival, Kapish Kaza, 8, checks out the prizes of the cupcake walk.

Westborough – After a series of weekends with inclement weather, comfortably warm temperatures contributed to a successful 13th annual Westborough Spring Festival, presented by the Rotary Club of Westborough. This year’s festivities began May 1 with a first-time event: Red, White and Brew, a fundraiser to benefit local military veterans, held at the Grille at the Westborough Country Club

Grafton community leaders share story time with students

April 29th, 2015

Police Chief Normand Crepeau reads “Officer Buckle and Gloria” to second-graders.

Grafton – Twenty-five special guests were welcomed April 27 by second- to sixth-graders at North Street Elementary School (NSES) for the sixth annual Community Reading Day, organized by the North Grafton Elementary Schools Parent Teacher Group. Most books were selected because they relate to the students’ curriculum or the readers’ professions; others were chosen and brought by the guests.

Native Southborough resident shares research on elusive wolverines

April 25th, 2015

Rebecca Watters gives a presentation at the Southborough Community House April 16.

Southborough – Wildlife biologist Rebecca Watters, a Southborough native and graduate of Algonquin Regional High School, came back to her hometown April 16 to give a presentation about her experience and studies on wolverines at the Southborough Community House. Watters currently lives in Bozeman, Mont., and goes on yearly expeditions to the northern Mongolian mountains where she conducts extensive research on these rare animals.

Northborough resident retires from Marine Corps Reserves after 21 years

April 21st, 2015

Conway, his wife, Naoko, their three kids: Satoshi, Kaz, and Niko and Conway’s mother, Bernice R. Conway the night of Conway’s retirement party at the Vincent F. Picard American Legion Post 234 in Northborough
Photo/Debra Roberts

Northborough – Enduring a long-distance relationship, being deployed overseas when you are just starting a family, facing dangerous situations and not knowing what the future holds for you when you return – these are just a few of the many sacrifices made by our servicemen. Northborough resident Kevin P. Conway and his family have lived with these sacrifices for over two decades. On April 1, Conway retired after 21 years of serving his country as a United States Marine non-commissioned officer.

Northborough Library patrons ‘ate their words’

April 21st, 2015

Second grader Julia Mikolajczak with her edible book, “The Tiny Seed

Northborough – Folks of all ages were invited to “eat their words” as the Northborough Library served up its inaugural Edible Book Festival celebration on March 30. This event is a worldwide celebration held on or around April 1. The global event was initiated by Judith A. Hoffberg and Beatrice Coron in 2000. It was developed to celebrate the birthday of French gastronome, Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826), who was famous for his book “Psysiologie du goût,” which was described as “a witty meditation on food.”

Kennedy’s invites Marlborough seniors to celebrate Red Sox’s season opener

April 17th, 2015

Ron Bellin gets into the spirit.

Marlborough – On any given day, Kennedy’s Restaurant in Marlborough is a bustling, busy place at lunch time. But on April 13 there was an extra charge of excitement in the air as nearly 70 of the city’s senior citizens converged upon the restaurant to celebrate the Boston Red Sox’s home season opener.

For the past few years, Kerry, the restaurant’s bar manager, has held a big kick-off party to celebrate the start of the baseball season. The staff all wear baseball t-shirts and there are traditional snacks, such as peanuts and popcorn, on all the tables.

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