The C.A. recap for June 24 to June 30
By Bonnie Adams, Government Editor
Region – Here are the six top stories for the week of June 24 to June 30.
1. Part 2 of the “Warlock of Westborough” was among our most popular stories this week.
2. One of the week’s biggest stories was the decision by Dr. Anthony Pope, after months of contention, to resign as superintendent of the Marlborough Public Schools.
3. A controversial proposed flea market that would be sited on Route 9 in Shrewsbury has neighbors protesting bitterly.
4. Ryan McCaffrey, the popular Shrewsbury High School girls track coach (and advocate for cancer research) is leaving the school to attend law school.
5. Bob Kays of Marlborough and Rosemary Rimkus of Hudson are two of the busiest, kindest and and committed to their communities people you’d ever want to meet. Recently the two were honored by Boy Scouts’ Knox Trail Council as “Good Scouts” for their community leadership.
6. Kathy Behan laments the role of “women behaving badly” in today’s society.
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