Richer Elementary School starting it's new Coffee Cub program this year to help raise money for students with learning disabilities. Every Friday morning staff and students fill drink orders for teachers in the school... serving up coffee, tea and hot chocolate.
There was barely a parking spot in the lot at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Westborough on the night of the fundraiser last week supporting local resident Tom McDonald. Tom was diagnosed with cancer in October, and after having taken his first rounds of chemotherapy and radiation, McDonald found himself unable to work. Gearing up for a new, highly recommended treatment in February with promising results, Tom and his wife Eileen were left hopeful struggling with large medica
Did traffic seem a bit heavier than usual last weekend? With thousands of people having been expected at the annual Fly Fishing Expo at the Royal Plaza Hotel Trade Center, the city of Marlborough hit quite the spike in population for a few days. The expo is designed for New England enthusiasts to come together to learn about both new-and old-techniques, while over 150 vendors are able to showcase their newest and gear. Ben Furimsky, son of one of the original founding partner
The Alzheimer's Association donates books and brochures to the Marlborough Senior Center. These items are available to the public to help spread awareness of Alzheimers disease and other related dementias.
Hudson, MA- With the New Year in full swing, it can be tough to stick to those new workout resolutions while still being able to have some fun. Medusa Brewing in Hudson has found a solution to those winter blues, and it’s called Yoga In The Taproom. Yes, you read that right-you can bring your yoga mat into the brewery, where you receive one beer token to socialize once the class is over. Yoga In The Taproom was an idea brought to Co-Founder Keith “Sully” Sullivan, who says th
The Whitcomb Robotics club was created 7 years ago and now consists of 7 teams. Working year-round, the teams build and create robots to compete in competitions. WMCT's Zoe Zandora met with the creative minds of the students and their robots. SHOW MORE
It's time for holiday clean-up. The City's curbside collection will be picking up trees placed out on the sidewalk in the morning. The collection is through the end of next week. Friday, January 19th.🌲