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Committee recommends moving Town Hall to White Cliffs

The committee examined four properties — Town Hall, White Cliffs, the current Northborough Fire Station and the old Town Hall at 4 West Main


Local students earn National Merit Scholarships

Several local high school students were among more than 2,900 winners of National Merit Scholarships financed by U.S. colleges and universities.

Wayback Burgers to open in mid-July

After months of delays, Wayback Burgers will soon open at Baystate Commons, next to Panera Bread. Work is under way on the site.

Classifieds June 21, 2024

Classifieds - your source for: Services, Yard Sales, Rentals, Prayers, Career Marketplace and For Sale ads

Marlborough Farmers Market, Pop-Up Shops open for season

On Saturday, June 15, under sunny (and sometimes windy) skies, the farmers market opened for the season at the Weed Street parking lot.

Why every home needs a water filtration system

Water systems that are installed by Papalia are certified by NSF and ANSI, proving their effectiveness in removing harmful contaminants like PFAS and PFOS.

St. John’s baseball falls to BC High in state championship

St. John’s baseball team fought until the end but ultimately fell short of a state title, dropping their Division 1 championship game.

AT LAST, CHAMPIONS: Westborough boys tennis wins MIAA Division 2 championship

"It’s amazing. There’s not a better feeling than this. We’ve been close so many times." Read about the BIG WIN here.

Hudson softball fights until the end

The Hudson Hawks went head-to-head against Dighton-Rehoboth Falcons in the MIAA Division 3 softball championships June 15.

‘We’ll be back here again’: AMSA softball loses in semifinals heartbreaker

Though the underdog Eagles fought hard, they ultimately came up short, losing the contest 2-0 to close out an excellent season.

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Brian C. Courville, 73, formerly of Marlborough

Brian C. Courville, 73, of Nashua, New Hampshire, died Saturday, June 15, 2024, at Southern NH Medical Center. Brian was born May 8, 1951, to the late Joseph and “Rita” Courville of Marlborough, Massachusetts.