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Southborough marks Memorial Day

Parade participants included police and fire units; the Trottier Middle School Band; local officials and veterans; and troops from the Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts.

DePalo finishes 30 years with Select Board

Maurice “Moe” DePalo has been a steady force on the Shrewsbury Select Board for decades.

Westborough Democrats to hold caucus

Registered Democrats in Westborough will hold a caucus at 3 p.m. on Sunday, June 11, at Tatnuck Booksellers, 18 Lyman St., to elect delegates and alternates to the 2023 Massachusetts Democratic State Convention.

Appeal filed for Beal Commons project

Several residents have filed an appeal with the Land Court seeking to annul the Planning Board’s approval of the Beal Commons project

Westborough board and committee vacancies announced

Starting July 1, there will be several Westborough boards and committees with vacancies. Letters of interest are due by June 2.

White Cliffs proposal will not move forward

The Select Board declined to move forward on a developer’s proposal for the White Cliffs mansion property. 
A sign in downtown Marlborough asks residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Casavant becomes chair following post-election reorganization

Following the election, the Select Board chose the re-elected Beth Casavant as chair during its May 9 meeting.

New faces to join Grafton’s Select Board, School Committee

Mark Alimo was the top vote-getter at the annual Grafton Town Election on Tuesday, May 16, according to unofficial results.

Vote on moving White Cliffs proposal forward may come May 22

A decision regarding whether a developer’s plans for the White Cliffs mansion may move forward may be on the horizon.

Westborough mulls options for trash, recycling collection

During the Select Board meeting on May 9, the Waste Management Exploratory Committee presented its findings and recommendations.

Grafton candidates make their case for election

Grafton voters will head to the polls on May 16 for the annual election. There are contested races for Select Board and School Committee.

Planning Board approves site plan review for Boroughs Islamic Society

The Boroughs Islamic Society (BIS) is one step closer to calling 6 Bellows Road home after the Planning Board approved the site plan review.

A look at the Shrewsbury Town Meeting warrant

On the night of May 15, Shrewsbury Town Meeting members will gather at Oak Middle School to review and vote on 54 warrant articles.

FedEx site expansion to go before Northborough ZBA

The trucking terminal at 300 Bartlett Street currently occupied by FedEx Freight is seeking to expand. It will head before the ZBA May 23.

Southborough releases unofficial results in election

There will be new faces joining the Select Board as Southborough voters took to the polls May 9. There was a five-way race for the board.

Northborough releases unofficial results in election

Northborough voters headed to the polls for the annual election today. There were two contested races for moderator and School Committee.

Shrewsbury candidates reflect on election

After a competitive Shrewsbury election, the newly-elected Select Board and School Committee members voiced their excitement about the results

George Hill Road, farm bylaw pass at Grafton Town Meeting

George Hill Road is one step closer to getting renovated after voters approved an article at Town Meeting on Monday.

A look at Grafton’s Town Meeting warrant

When Grafton's Town Meeting convenes on Monday, May 8, at 7 p.m. at the high school auditorium, residents will decide on 35 warrant articles.

Bill seeks to bolster local access revenue streams

"Cutting the cord" may mean lower bills and access to more programs, but it also means lower revenues for local cable access studios.