ⓘ Shrewsbury, Massachusetts
Shrewsbury is a town in Worcester County, Massachusetts, United States. Shrewsbury, unlike surrounding towns like Grafton, Millbury, Westborough, and Northborough, did not become a mill town or farming village, most of its 19th-century growth was due to its proximity to Worcester and visitors to Lake Quinsigamond. The population was 35.644 according to the 2010 US Census, in nearly 12.400 households.
Included in 1727, the city is now the New England representative town meeting system, headed by the city Manager, and five members elected by the Council of the magistrate, whose duties include licensing, appointing various administrative positions, and calling a town meeting of citizens annually or as needed.
- The Shrewsbury Historic District encompasses the historic early center of the town of Shrewsbury Massachusetts It consists of the town common, laid
- Shrewsbury High School is a public high school located in Shrewsbury Massachusetts United States. It is the only public high school in the Shrewsbury
- White City was an amusement park located in Shrewsbury a suburb of Worcester, Massachusetts It bordered Lake Quinsigamond and ran from 1905 to 1960.
- The Shrewsbury Public School system is a suburban school district serving the town of Shrewsbury Massachusetts The school system is led by Superintendent
- High School is a private Catholic boys high school located in Shrewsbury Massachusetts It is located in the Roman Catholic Diocese of Worcester. The
- school building and local history museum at 2 Old Mill Road in Shrewsbury Massachusetts It is one of two relatively unmodified one - room schoolhouses
- Shrewsbury Historic District may refer to: Shrewsbury Historic District Shrewsbury Massachusetts listed on the National Register of Historic Places
- The Shrewsbury Crew program at Shrewsbury High School in Shrewsbury Massachusetts was established in 1937 and is one of the oldest scholastic rowing
- Boylston Street. Route 70 passes through the far northwestern corner of Shrewsbury before entering the town of Boylston. In Boylston, Route 70 crosses Route
- state highway which passes through parts of southeastern and central Massachusetts The highway follows a southeast - northwest trajectory, running from