The C.A. recap for Oct. 20 to Oct. 27

Here are the Community Advocate's top six stories for Oct. 20 to Oct. 27:

1. The region is getting ready for “Frankenstorm” – Hurricane Sandy – which is expected to hit the area sometime Monday.


2. An innovative program run by the Middlesex County Sheriff's office has helped the city of Marlborough.


3. A local businessman has issued a challenge to Shrewsbury residents and businesses in an effort to raise monies for a new World War I monument.


4. Now that funds have been approved for a new Westborough Fire Station, officials are hoping to start construction next summer.


5. Her own personal experiences giving birth have shaped a new career path for one Northborough woman.


6. Two local food pantries recently benefitted from the generosity of others. http://communityadvocate.com/2012/10/26/in-your-shoes-donates-to-westborough-food-pantry/



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