The #1 seed Westborough Rangers took on the #3 seed Canton Bulldogs in the Division 2 State Championship game on Saturday, November 18, 2023 in front of a packed crowd at Worcester State University. With play-by-play from Al Hutchinson. Westborough defeated Canton 3-0 (25-15, 25-13, 25-23) for their second consecutive Div 2 state title.
Life Rediscovered, a homeschool program based here in Westborough, held their third Children’s Business Fair on November 12, 2023 at Boston Rhythmic. Children designed and sold original products to visitors, making for a valuable experience and a lot of happy customers!
On November 6th, 2023, history came alive as the Westborough Historical Society hosted a presentation titled, “Printing and Revolution: The Role of Printers in Revolutionary Boston,” featuring Gary Gregory, founder of the Edes and Gill printing and historical museum; located on the grounds of the Old North Church in Boston.
Joanna Dutra is the dynamic and charismatic founder of The Creative Confidant. She helps people find the best way to present themselves to the world. Whether making presentations or making people laugh, Joanna believes that confidence and your own self- confidence can change the behavior of those around you, and vice versa.
The Boro Sugar Shack celebrated their five year anniversary on November 14th, 2023 with a ribbon cutting. The BORO Sugar Shack offers sweet selections created for you by students of the Westborough Public Schools BORO Program. The BORO Sugar Shack candy store is a student centered learning lab, entrepreneurial venture, and community-centric endeavor. The Sugar […]
Kindness Week is an annual celebration of the kindness in the Westborough community – a time to shine a spotlight on the good and inspire people to spread kindness through their own actions. Kindness Week focuses on kindness to others, kindness to self and kindness to the earth. Kindness Week provides an opportunity for people […]
The Annual Civic Club Tree and Wreath Sale is coming! Starting Saturday, November 25th at the Hastings School. There will be approximately 1,500 trees to pick from and the sale runs until they’re all gone, make sure to stop by!
Sophie returns to review the 2019 romance novel Red, White & Royal Blue by Casey McQuiston. The book was a New York Times bestseller and won the 2019 Goodreads Choice Awards for Best Romance and Best Debut.
On this week’s episode, host Shelby Marshall sits down with Westborough Civic Club President George Grosner and Vice President Bill Kohler to discuss the upcoming annual tree and wreath sale. The sale will begin Saturday, November 25th and continue until they sell all the ~1,500 trees, make sure to stop by!
Sophie is back to review the 2019 thriller ‘Lock Every Door’ by New York Times bestselling author: Riley Sager.