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When exactly the Market Basket in Edgemere Crossing at Flint Pond is opening is up in the air. Read more about the latest in the project.
The approvals include Market Basket’s in-store café, Halal Guys, NOLA Cajun Kitchen and Broken Creek Vineyard.
Director of Planning and Economic Development Christopher McGoldrick outlined where Shrewsbury is planning to place the town’s MBTA zoning.
The Board of Health has ordered Hunan Kitchen at 72 East Main St. to “cease and desist” from serving any food to the public.
Apple Cinemas has won the bid to convert the former Regal Cinemas at 213 Turnpike Road into an entertainment center.
The town has chosen Casella Waste Management of Massachusetts as the new waste and recycling hauler for fiscal 2025.
Cold Harbor's new building is almost done, and the Select Board approved an all-alcohol license during its May 23 meeting.
At the Lake Quinsigamond Commission’s July 26 meeting, members of the community voiced their frustration about the behavior on the lake.
Pulte Homes New England has announced plans to build a large-scale residential development in the southeast corner of town.
Fidelity Investments plans to move to a new Shrewsbury location in the plaza at 571 Boston Tpke. Plans were recently approved for the site.
After a fire closed its doors in 2021, owners of the Motel 6 are hoping to reconstruct the hotel. Jay Patel went before ZBA Aug. 22.
After over a decade of serving Shrewsbury, Assistant Town Manager of Community Development and Human Services Kristen Las is stepping down.
The SELCO Commission unanimously voted to approve funds to explore possibly moving their operations to the site of Patrick Subaru.
An effort to increase the town’s housing stock could mean significant improvements to the Westborough Shopping Center located on Lyman Street.
The Beal Commons at the former Maj. Howard W. Beal School is moving forward following a vote by the Planning Board on April 13.
The trucking terminal at 300 Bartlett Street currently occupied by FedEx Freight is seeking to expand. It will head before the ZBA May 23.
There are still issues with parking and logbooks, but Westboro Mobil on East Main Street had its Class II dealers license renewed – for two months.
Although formal plans have yet to go before town boards, the McGovern Auto Group took a big step recently with the former Green Thumb nursery
Three proposals, three different concepts for the former Regal Cinemas. The Westborough Select Board heard proposals for the site.
A Floor & Decor may be coming to the future home of a McGovern Auto Group collision and fit-up center at 420 Boston Turnpike.