Monday, July 13, 2020

Eight vie for four Councilor-at-large seats in Marlborough

Marlborough – On Nov. 1 voters will decide which four of the eight Councilor-at-large candidates should represent the city. On Oct. 19 those candidates met for a debate sponsored by the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce and WMCT-TV.

Jané to be honored with “Good Scout” award

Westborough - For nearly two decades, Rod Jané has volunteered his time and expertise to help his hometown of Westborough. He has served as a parent volunteer in the schools and youth sports, as a member of the School Committee and Board of Selectmen, and as a founder of the town's Economic Development Committee. On Wednesday, Nov. 2, he will be honored for his many contributions to the town by the Boy Scouts of America, Knox Trail Council, with the 2011 Westborough Good Scout Award.

The C.A. picture of the day

Fund-raiser goes to the dogs Shrewsbury - Nearly 180 runners, many with dogs, start the Pups for Paton's Playground 5K Race and One-Mile Fun...

Westborough voters approve finances for sewer extension

By Bonnie Adams, Government Editor Westborough – Voters at the Oct. 18 Special Town Meeting approved $2.2 million for the town's ongoing...

Asian Long-Horned Beetle infestation spreads in Shrewsbury

Shrewsbury - The area regulated for infestation of the Asian Long-Horned Beetle in Worcester County has been expanded to include all of Shrewsbury after eight infested trees on Bryant Avenue were discovered by officials

Hudson selectmen approve licenses, contracts

By David Fassler, Community Reporter Hudson – The Board of Selectmen approved three business licenses and four contracts totaling $74,500 at their Oct. 17 meeting....

Marlborough H.S. girls volleyball team primed for another state title run

Marlborough - The Marlborough High School girls volleyball team is in the middle of another outstanding season, sporting an 11-0 record after soundly beating Millis Oct. 11.

Marlborough City Council discusses fate of armory

Marlborough - The former state armory, located at 358 Lincoln St., has been at the center of controversy for years. That controversy continued at the Oct. 17 City Council meeting during a discussion of what should happen next to the property.

Northborough minister goes to Washington

Northborough - While members of the U.S. House of Representatives met Rev. Judith E. Wright, pastor of First Parish Church Unitarian Universalist (UU) of Northborough, because of her involvement in the community service projects undertaken by her congregation to help local people in need, her favorite calling is elsewhere - helping new ministers learn to help people in need.

Northborough selectmen discuss free cash

By Drew M. Bailey, Community Reporter Northborough - A preliminary Free Cash Policy for 2013 fiscal year (FY) 2013 was discussed at the Oct. 17...