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Boston Globe, 6.16.06
Bill asks for more driver training: Teenagers would spend many more hours in drivers education..

Massachusetts State Automobile Dealers Charitable Foundation, 6.8.06
Sponsored SkidSchool Sessions Test Murphy Laws of Safe Driving: Last Saturday, 30 teens from Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) – with racecar drivers at their side – practiced panic stops, nailed emergency lane changes, and wove their way through a slalom course for hours in the pouring rain – all in the name of Shauna and Meghan Murphy.

Metro West Daily News, 6.12.06
Algonquin Regional High School Seniors Graduate: As the 309 members of Algonquin Regional High School’s Class of 2006 received their diplomas with a hug or a handshake, they each gave their principal a dollar.

Foundation Press Release, 6.6.06
First Annual Murphy Sisters Foundation Scholarship Awarded to Senior at Algonquin Regional High School

Metro West Daily News, 4.17.06
Drive on to teach young drivers: Northborough and Southborough students will have the chance to beef up their driving skills at a special defensive driving school in June.

Metro West Daily News, 4.10.06
Running in memory of sisters: A festive group of nearly 776 runners and walkers celebrated the lives of Southborough sisters Meghan and Shauna Murphy yesterday morning in a fund-raiser to help raise awareness of driving safety for teenagers.

Metro West Daily News, 4.5.06
Road Race memorializes Murphy sisters: Runners, walkers, friends and family will be hitting the pavement Sunday morning to remember and celebrate Southborough sisters Meghan and Shauna Murphy.

The Advocate, 3.17.06
Murphy Sisters Foundation, Inc. to host 5K rac:  The newly incorporated Murphy Sisters Foundation Inc. (MSF) will host a 5K Road Race at Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Sunday, April 9 in memory of Shauna and Meghan Murphy, who were killed in a car accident in October 2005.