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Letter to the editor: Steve Morreale for Town Moderator

May 6th, 2016

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To the Editor: After being encouraged to run by our current Moderator, David Coombs, I decided to seek election to continue my service to Southborough.  I want to continue to insure the integrity and independence of the position and our annual Town Meeting. I am interested in no other position in Southborough.  This is not […]

Letter to the editor: Thanks to the Westborough community for town-wide cleanup

May 6th, 2016

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To the Editor: Much of the litter along the roadsides of Westborough has disappeared thanks to the public-spirited volunteers who participated in the 2016 Town-wide Earth Day Cleanup, sponsored by the Westborough Community Land Trust. This year more than 100 volunteers picked up about 200 bags of trash to make Westborough greener and cleaner. There […]

Letter to Editor: Corridor Nine Business Expo is great success

May 2nd, 2016

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It was a great day for business at the Corridor Nine Area Chamber’s Annual Business Expo held on April 6 at the Doubletree Hotel in Westborough. Remaining true to its mission to create networking opportunities for business professionals, the Corridor Nine Expo was a bustling marketplace with 123 exhibitors and record attendance with 1,323 attendees! Celebrating its 25th year of the show, the Corridor Nine Expo continues to provide an unprecedented opportunity to network and interact with industry leaders from the Route 9/495 Region.

Letter to the editor: Shrewsbury community receives thanks for Town Cleanup Day

May 1st, 2016

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To the Editor: On behalf of the Town of Shrewsbury and the Parks & Recreation Department, I’d like to extend a sincere thank you to the following community groups who came out on Saturday, April 2, and helped with Town Cleanup Day: Boy Scout Troop 114, Cub Scout Pack 146, Cub Scout Pack 62, First […]

Letter to Editor: Recognizing the loss of 1.5 million Armenian Martyrs

April 25th, 2016

April 24th is the 101st commemoration of the Armenian Genocide. Our history is well documented; save for some who think that revising history somehow changes it. We should never forget April 24, 1915, through 1923, when Armenian intellectuals and community leaders were rounded up and murdered, or forced into death marches. This massacre left over 1.5 million Armenian dead from the actions of Young Turk Government members.

Letter to Editor: Craig Nicholson running for Southborough’s Planning Board

April 25th, 2016

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My name is Craig Nicholson and I am running for the open position on Southborough’s Planning Board. I have been a resident of Southborough for over 10 years and have a strong commitment to giving back to the community that provides my family with so many benefits.

Letter to the Editor: Town garbage bags are a ‘fail”

April 20th, 2016

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To the Editor: After following a trail of smelly garbage that fell out of the holes in the cheaply made, ever shrinking, mandatory town garbage bags, I felt compelled to write this letter. When the town of Northborough decided to start using pay-as-you-go garbage bags I wasn’t thrilled, but accepted that the decision was likely […]

Letter to the editor: A voice against medical marijuana dispensary in Southborough

April 11th, 2016

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To the Editor: The Southborough Board of Selectman and Zoning Board have approved the plan for a medical marijuana company to open up a dispensary along Route 9, at 255 Turnpike Road. This location is only 650 feet from the Margaret A. Neary Elementary School, and although further from the P. Brent Trottier Middle School, […]

Letter to the editor: Northborough community shows support for Girl Scouts

April 11th, 2016

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To the editor: Thank you for saying “Yes to Girl Scouts!” Thank you for opening your hearts and wallets to Northborough Girl Scouts who asked you to buy cookies. Because you said “yes,” Northborough Girl Scouts sold over 22,000 boxes of cookies! Your purchase helps girls develop life skills including goal setting, decision making, money […]

Letter to the editor: Trans-Pacific Partnership – Trading in National Sovereignty: It Ain’t C.O.O.L.

April 11th, 2016

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Last year at a Nike factory in Oregon President Obama said, “No trade agreement is going to force us to change our laws.” This year, in response to a World Trade Organization (WTO) ruling, Country of Origin Labeling (C.O.O.L.) on imported beef and pork was repealed. Whoops. The choice was between repealing existing U.S. law […]

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