- From Old English Scrobbesburh (fort in the scrub-land region). (Wiktionary)
“SHREWSBURY 141.75, WESTBOROUGH 135.8: Lexi Walls won the vault and finished runner-up in the all-around for Westborough in a Mid-Wach League loss at Shrewsbury.”
“SHREWSBURY - Taxpayers in Shrewsbury, including some former teachers and some with children in the town's school, told Shrewsbury Mountain School teachers Monday night they wish they could afford to pay their requested salary increases but they just can't.”
“Wendy Murphy is a financial advisor and cofounder of the Murphy Group at Morgan Stanley Smith Barney in Shrewsbury, N.J. Her goal is to help women focus on becoming financially empowered.”
“In January 1798, Hazlitt encountered, preaching at the Unitarian chapel in Shrewsbury, the minister Samuel Taylor Coleridge, soon much better known as a poet, critic, and philosopher.”
“A bit of a stream of consciousness, it was written in Shrewsbury Reference Library on Monday.”
“The story titled "Death Comes For All" and co-written with noted dark fantasy novelist Steven L. Shrewsbury, is a horror/fantasy mix with zombies, savage women, and lots of violence.”
“A blundering badger sparked a major rescue operation in Shrewsbury after falling more than 20ft into a 200-year-old ice house on land once owned by Charles Darwin.”
“The captain and I talked over the matter between ourselves, and the upshot of our consultation was that we got together a little band of his former pupils, and for several nights in succession we perambulated the streets of Shrewsbury from the English to the”
“Filmed entirely on location in Shrewsbury, it was made with loving attention to period detail and close (though not perfect) adherence to Dickens’ text.”
“There is a guy there that owns a folk festival in a town called Shrewsbury where Darwin was born.”
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