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Thursday, September 20, 2018

Think carefully before you vote on Shrewsbury override question – Minklein

To the Editor: On 3 June Shrewsbury residents will cast their vote to either accept or reject the Proposition 2-1/2 override. Voters should consider the following items before making their decision.

Meter beater

Westborough - Starting in February, a new municipal aggregation program, called Westborough Community Choice, will provide residents and businesses who currently are customers of National Grid a way to purchase electricity at lower rates from Constellation Energy Power Choice, Inc.

Opening up the open space

Southborough - Residents in the upscale Barn Hollow development may have felt they were enhancing their neighborhood by trimming back perimeter vegetation, planting shrubs...

Vote against Shrewsbury override – Pohl

To the Editor: Regarding the Proposition 2-1/2 override in Shrewsbury, an open letter to the town of Shrewsbury and the political group called "Community Supporters for Shrewsbury. "

New possibilities for a storied property

Westborough – In 1886, the Westborough State Hospital was built on the shores of Lake Chauncy and near the Northborough border. In 2010, the commonwealth closed the hospital and then four years later, sold it to the town of Westborough for $2.2 million. Town officials are now seeking proposals for the purchase of approximately 36 of the property’s 94 acres.

Letter to the Editor – Thank you to Good Samaritans!

To the Editor: I just wanted to send out a big thank you to a very helpful and generous group of men who took it...

The seeds of change

Shrewsbury – The town of Shrewsbury may soon join the list of local communities that have farmers" markets, thanks to a change in the...

Letter to the editor: Thank you for Shrewsbury Senior Center dinner

To the Editor: November twentieth, two thousand fifteen. Shrewsbury Senior Center was the scene. A huge thank you is what is due to Senator Moore, Representative Kane and...

Parents concerned over class size – vote YES for the library project

To the Editor: As parents we are struggling with rising class sizes and shrinking budgets to support our schools.? We volunteer, raise funds, provide extra...

A road less crumpled

Grafton – The town of Grafton will receive just over $500,000 this year in state funds to help repair pot holes, resurface roads and conduct other infrastructure repairs. The funding was included as part of a $200 million Chapter 90 bond authorization approved by the House of Representatives on March 30.