Friday, May 31, 2013

Concert at Pilgrim Church on Sunday to benefit marathon bombing victims

May 31, 2013 05:50:30 PM

Pilgrim Church will host a concert on Sunday afternoon to raise money for victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, as well as local animal shelters. Called Celebration of Hope, the concert will feature both voice and instrumental performances.

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Algonquin and Assabet graduations this weekend

May 31, 2013 03:47:22 PM
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The Algonquin and Assabet classes of 2013 will take their first steps into the real world this weekend, as both schools hold their graduation ceremonies.

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Remembering Robert R. Foley, Jr.

May 31, 2013 01:28:15 PM
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Longtime resident Alice Foley died at the age of 87 earlier this month. I didn’t know Mrs. Foley personally, but her name will be familiar to anyone who has read the list of names etched into the stone of the All Wars Memorial on Southborough’s Town Common. Mrs. Foley was the mother of Robert R. Foley, Jr., the only Southborough resident killed during the Vietnam War.

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Southborough family is looking for a kidney donor

May 31, 2013 11:08:48 AM

Steven Travis Poole, a 38 year old Southborough native with three sons, is in need of a kidney donor. The Poole family has lived in Southborough since 1975. Steven’s parents are Beverly and Roger Poole.

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Postseason update: Alogonquin baseball moves on to the quarterfinals

May 31, 2013 09:03:45 AM

Going into yesterday’s first round playoff match against Marlborough, the Algonquin baseball team was on a 9-0 winning streak against their Central Division 1 rival. Yesterday they made it 10-0.

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Obituary: Evelyn Johnson McKie, 90

May 31, 2013 07:16:10 AM

Evelyn Johnson McKie, 90, of Natick and Leesburg, FL, formerly of Southborough died at her home on May 29, 2013 after an illness.

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