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Thursday, April 25, 2019

Bridging the gap

Northborough – For nearly a year, a heavily traveled section of Otis Street, that connects Route 9 in Westborough to Route 20 in Northborough, has been closed after it was deemed unsafe.

Thank you from Westborough Community Band

To the Editor: The Westborough Community Band and its Board of Directors would like to thank the community for a great fifth season. ?The musicians...

Letter to the editor: Vote “NO” for a split tax rate at Southborough Town...

To the Editor: Article 24 on the Town Warrant of Southborough is proposing a dual property tax rate which would tax business at a higher...

The long and costly road

In January 2017 the state is due to finish paying $300 million in bonds. By state law, that means that tolls are no longer to be collected on the Massachusetts Turnpike. However, state officials, including Transportation Secretary Stephanie Pollack, are recommending that the tolls continue with all proceeds going towards much-needed infrastructure improvements, such as reconstructing the I-495 interchange in Westborough.

Letter to the editor: Vote “Yes” for library project

To the Editor: I am writing to urge parents of school-age children in Shrewsbury to vote Yes for our Library.? We all know that our...

Letter to the editor: Support new Senior Center at Ward Park

Dear Editor, I am an active member and volunteer at our senior center.? I am writing to express my enjoyment with the many opportunities our...

Letter to Editor: Palitsch offers a ‘range of relevant experience’

To the Editor: It isn’t often that voters have the opportunity to vote for a candidate with the range of relevant experience that is found...

Letter to the Editor: Thank you from Rep. Naughton

Dear Editor, This week the Legislature began the 189th Session of the General Court by welcoming new members as well as our new Governor Baker....

Letter to the Editor: Support for Dykema and Gregoire

To The Editor: Westborough is fortunate to have two experienced, well-qualified state representatives running for re-election. We urge you to join us in voting...

A link to the past

Shrewsbury – As Shrewsbury prepares to move forward with several significant new developments, it also aims to retain its connections to the past. To that end, the Board of Selectmen is currently seeking an individual who would be interested in serving as the Town Historian for a three-year term volunteer position.