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Tuesday, November 13, 2018

Taking a step back

Westborough - No one who knows Lester Hensley would ever doubt his commitment to Westborough. An avid advocate for the town, he has served as chair of both the Economic Development Committee (EDC) and Planning Board, two organizations that require a great deal of time. He and his wife, Jody, who is a member of the Westborough School Committee, have also been active volunteers in youth sports, school organizations, and other community groups.

Support Shrewsbury override – Collins

To the Editor: We must own up to our fiscal responsibilities. At a recent school committee meeting, I heard parents step up to the microphone and...

Letter to the editor: Peaslee PTO says thanks

To the Editor: On the evening of Nov. 6, Marguerite E. Peaslee School was filled with kids having dinner and snacks, playing games, jumping in...

Support Shrewsbury override – Bryant

To the Editor: I am a recently elected Town Meeting Member in the town of Shrewsbury. Registered voters June 3 will have the opportunity to...

Letter to the editor: Ward Park not right site for Senior Center

To the editor: As a life-long resident in Marlborough, I became a homeowner in the Ward Park neighborhood a little over 16 years ago.? A...

A vote of confidence

Marlborough – When Fidelity Investments left the city of Marlborough in 2011, it was a huge blow to the local economy, rippling down to many of the smaller businesses in the city. But over the past six years, the city has seen a resurgence, attracting large companies such as TJX, Quest Diagnostics, and GE Healthcare, as well as the new large-scale multi-use development, Apex Center. The force behind much of the city’s growth can certainly be attributed to its chief executive officer, Arthur Vigeant, who has made economic development a top priority.

The courage to begin

Pia the young osprey perched at the edge of a massive nest constructed atop a pole on an island in Maine's Muscongus Bay. Alone, she...

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.

Letter to the Editor: Ward Park should not be built upon

To the Editor: Marlborough's mayor is moving forward to construct a building for the current purpose of a senior center on Ward Park. If the...

Letter to the Editor: vote for Dykema

To the Editor: I am writing in support of Carolyn Dykema’s reelection to the Massachusetts 8th Middlesex House seat. Carolyn helped our family through...