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A Land Court judge has ruled against allowing eight new plaintiffs to the Beal Commons appeal during a hearing on July 14.
Called Beal Commons, the developers, Civico Greenly, have proposed redeveloping the school into a 75,839-square-foot mixed-use project.
The Select Board appointed Todd Minardi as interim chief as of July 1, pending the successful negotiation of his contract.
The Select Board accepted a bid of $1 by Millie Milton to purchase the former Northborough fire station at 13 Church St
Representatives from WDA Design Group showed plans for 161 Milk St. and 220 Turnpike Road to the Planning Board on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
The Master Plan Implementation Committee is holding a series of workshops that are aimed at reinventing Northborough’s Town Center.
A less-than-anticipated increase in state aid could factor in an increase to the town’s average single-family property tax bill past $1,000.
Gutierrez Company's plans to construct a distribution center and warehouse on Bartlett Street have been remanded to the Planning Board.
Pulte Homes New England has announced plans to build a large-scale residential development in the southeast corner of town.
The Select Board discussed the possibilities for the old Grafton fire station at 3 Worcester St. during its meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 23.
The Shrewsbury Way Resident Academy is a new initiative meant to inform community members about local services and government.
Planning Board members and developers eyeing the BJs headquarters off Route 9 in Westborough voiced concerns about sewer capacity last month.
The Planning Board approved a special permit for Verizon to erect a wireless communications tower at 58 Follette St. on Lazy Hill.
The first 45 articles have to do with changing Grafton's bylaws, from how Town Meeting is conducted to updates in fines and job descriptions.
With the search for the next town administrator underway, the town is seeking feedback from the community.
Town leaders will be holding its second community meeting regarding a future dog park on Jan. 10 at 6 p.m. on Zoom.
Two applications for special permits were approved by the Westborough Planning Board, including a former roller rink at 161 Milk St.
A second round of funds from the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) will soon be put to use by various Shrewsbury departments.
Nearly two months since the initial appeal was filed, the Beal Commons court case is still pending before Land Court.
Standard & Poor’s Global Ratings, an American credit rating agency, has “reaffirmed” Shrewsbury’s AAA bond rating.