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Region – On a beautiful spring day in Northborough, students assembled on the athletic fields outside Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) for track-and-field practice.
“Try and be more explosive when you throw it,” Nishant Joshi, a high school junior and team member, said as he coached fellow teammate Nathaniel Nahabedian, a freshman, on the shot put. “Keep your hand about right here. Good!”
Framingham – MetroWest Legal Services will host its 15th annual charity golf event, the 2012 Nancy King Memorial Golf Tournament, on Monday, May 21, at the Framingham Country Club. Proceeds from the event will benefit the clients of MetroWest Legal Services. The event will kick off at 11 a.m. with registration, followed by a shotgun [...]
Westborough – Chief Alan Gordon released this press release this morning regarding recent criminal activity in the town – On April 22nd, the Westborough Police Department investigated a house break on Adams St in which a large amount of jewelry was stolen. On April 14th, the Westborough Police Department received a report from the loss [...]
Region – There is a lot happening in the six towns the Community Advocate covers – the special debt exclusion election for the new Westborough Fire Station, the Annual Town Elections, school issues – and we know you all have a lot to say about it, too! We love to get your feedback – whether [...]
Westborough – Westborough Police Chief Alan Gordon has lived in town his whole life, and in fact went to middle school in the very building in which he now spends his days working. His interest in the force was born out of the Explorer Program under the previous chief, Glenn Parker.
Region –Today is Monday, April 30, the 121st day of 2012. On this day in history, in 1789, George Washington was inaugurated as the first president of the United States. On the other end of the spectrum, on this day in history in 1945, Adolph Hitler committed suicide. On this day in 1939, the New [...]
Amazed by magic Westborough – Youngsters are amazed by a trick performed by Scott Jameson in a magic show presented by the Westborough Public Library Children’s Room at the Forbes Municipal Building Auditorium. The well-attended program also included lots of laughs, juggling, music and audience participation. Photo/Ed Karvoski Jr.
Westborough – The town’s Veterans Freedom Park, with its 22-acres off of West Main Street, and which abuts the Mill Pond, has become a favorite recreational destination for many residents, including those who enjoy walking their dogs. But a few owners, who don’t pick up after their pets, are ruining the experience for everyone, the Westborough Board of Selectmen said at its April 10 meeting. But rather than employ strict measures to penalize owners or restrict the park’s usage, Town Manager Jim Malloy suggested using another way – “emotionally intelligent signage.”
Westborough – It’s no secret that drugs and alcohol are more prevalent in today’s society more than ever and unfortunately, that pertains to schools as well. As part of its mission to empower Westborough students with knowledge and skills to make healthy choices, the Westborough School Committee’s Policy Sub-committee throughout the year has been reviewing all of its policies, including the Chemical Health policy and the Drug/Alcohol Testing policy. One change recently made will authorize saliva tests in addition to breathalyzers, (which the district has allowed for years) on students who are suspected of using drugs or alcohol.
Marlborough – Marlborough Savings Bank has started a “Likes for Charity” campaign to benefit three local organizations. Andrew’s Helpful Hands, HOPESudbury and Why Me, Inc. will all receive a $1 – up to $500 for each organization – for every new Facebook “Like” the Bank receives from April 21 through May 31. For more information, [...]