Ticket sales from a game between the Grafton Indians and the Westborough Rangers benefitted the One Fund on Friday.
Although slow to gain momentum in the first quarter, Grafton's top scorers were too much for the Westborough defense to handle on Friday during one of the final lacrosse games of the season. "We try to keep the intensity up the whole time, listen to each other on the field and listen to coaches on the sideline," said Alan Rotatori, head coach of Grafton's Varsity lacrosse team. The team is 15-2 this season and has qualified for the playoffs which start following the final two games of the season. The Indians defeated the Rangers 17-9. All proceeds from ticket sales at the event that was attended by dozens of local residents benefited the One Fund.
There's no cost to Westborough.
Westborough’s volunteer Medical Reserve Corps will be coordinated through a new Greater Grafton Medical Reserve Corps. Grafton Health Director Lois Luniewicz told the Westborough Public Health on Tuesday night that the Grafton Medical Reserve Corps has served just her town since the group formed in 2006. The new Greater Grafton Medical Reserve Corps is part of reorganization efforts throughout the Worcester area, to improve the groups’ effectiveness, she said. The region’s public health coalition had included 74 communities, she said. The Grafton-area group is inviting Westborough, Northbridge and Sutton to join it at no cost to those towns, Luniewicz said. Grafton health staff will administer it, she said. Luniewicz said the Greater …