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Patrick lauds Hudson’s downtown growth

September 29th, 2014

(l to r) Michael Kasseris (Rail Trail owner), Jason Kleinerman (Rail Trail general manager), Karim El-Gamal (Rail Trail owner), Steve Kerrigan, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, Gov. Deval Patrick and State Rep. Kate Hogan
Photo/Bonnie Adams

Hudson – Gov. Deval Patrick took some time away from his Statehouse duties in Boston to visit a number of businesses in central Mass. Sept. 25. One of those stops was at the Rail Trail Flatbread restaurant, located at 33 Main St., in the heart of Hudson’s downtown.

Continuing mission of Hudson High alumna in Honduras

September 28th, 2014

(l to r) Michael Kasseris (Rail Trail owner), Jason Kleinerman (Rail Trail general manager), Karim El-Gamal (Rail Trail owner), Steve Kerrigan, Democratic candidate for lieutenant governor, Gov. Deval Patrick and State Rep. Kate Hogan
Photo/Bonnie Adams

Hudson – After graduating from Hudson High School in 2010, Michaella “Kayla” Walsh Libby majored in public health at the University of Maryland (UM). There, she tutored inner-city children with Kids Power in Washington, D.C., and raised funds for the UM chapter of Students Helping Honduras (SHH), with whom she planned to travel and help build a school. However, she died unexpectedly in 2012 at age 20, only weeks before that trip.

Guests let their spirit soar at first-time fundraiser

September 27th, 2014

SH EDITED WEB spirit soar fundraiser

Shrewsbury – Hosts of “Let Your Spirit SOAR” (l to r) John Masiello, Beth Casavant, Hannah Kane and state Rep. Matt Beaton, R-Shrewsbury, display a check for $16,000 to benefit Shrewsbury Oil Assistance Relief (SOAR). Kicking off the Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival, the first-time fundraiser was held Sept. 25 at Ski Ward. Struck Catering [...]

A ‘night of reflection’ to be held in Westborough

September 25th, 2014

W In your shoes

Westborough – In Your Shoes, a non-profit organization working to contribute time, talents, and monetary resources to those in the Westborough community who are in need, will host a community event of reflection to honor those currently battling an illness or remember those who have passed from an illness. “Light Up the Night” will take [...]

Marlborough to host Job Fair

September 24th, 2014

Marlborough – Close to 30 job seekers attended a free Résumé Development Workshop at the Embassy Suites Sept. 23, kicking off this year’s Marlborough Works! program.

This was the first of three Marlborough Works! events organized by the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) as part of Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s initiative to increase local employment.

Shrewsbury resident embodies service and faith

September 21st, 2014

Shrewsbury – Not everyone is fortunate enough to blend their vocation and avocations with ease, but Shrewsbury resident Martha H. Gach, has done so seamlessly.

South Street Diner celebrates 10th anniversary

September 19th, 2014

The diner before its 2009 renovation. Photo/submitted

Westborough – For Phyllis Keene and Mark Sullivan, the husband-and-wife owners of the South Street Diner in Westborough, the vision for their popular restaurant has already exceeded their expectations.

Northborough Historical Society to host Applefest events

September 18th, 2014

Northborough – The Northborough Historical Society will hold a variety of events during the upcoming annual townwide Applefest at its 52 Main St. location. On Saturday, Sept. 20, the society will be holding an old-fashioned luncheon from 12 to 3 p.m. They will also feature a cookie walk and historical games and crafts. On Sunday, [...]

Westborough High School to host “Week of Lights”

September 15th, 2014

WHS week of lights rs

Westborough – It has become a tradition at Westborough High School (WHS) that every two years the school hosts a “Week of Lights” events. Starting Tuesday, Sept. 16 through Friday, Sept. 19, the school's different sports teams will be playing under temporary lights on the WHS turf. The community is encouraged to come out and [...]

Westborough High alumna returns to Arts in Common

September 15th, 2014

Arts in common logo

Westborough – Arts in Common was first presented in 2009 concurrently with the official opening of the Bay State Green, located adjacent to the Bay State Commons shopping plaza. The arts festival has continued being produced annually with performance artists, vendors offering handcrafted items, refreshments and a silent auction by the Westborough Cultural Council of which Cliff Watts is currently chair.

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