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With four questions on the November ballot, local candidates weighed in on Question 1, which is a proposed constitutional amendment.
Westborough will be deciding on whether to give final approval to adopt the Community Preservation Act when they go to the polls Nov. 8.
Apple Cinemas has won the bid to convert the former Regal Cinemas at 213 Turnpike Road into an entertainment center.
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 future of the former Regal Cinemas at 231 Turnpike Road will be announced this week. The Select Board is scheduled to award a bid Nov. 2.
A marijuana courier business, Finest Trees LLC owners Rebecca and Daniel Yarnie and their attorney David Ullian went before the Select Board.
Democrat Robyn Kennedy and Independent Lisa Mair are vying for the First Worcester Senate seat. Read more about the race.
A Subaru dealership is one step closer to opening in Shrewsbury. They went before the Select Board to ask for a garage and Class 1 license.
STERIS Corp.’s appeal of the Northborough Planning Board’s permit denial, which has been before state Land Court, has been dismissed.
During Grafton's Town Meeting, voters approved $685,777 in funds from the town’s Community Preservation Act to create a park at 95 North St.
The future of the Westborough Public Library expansion and renovation may hinge on a citizen’s petition following defeat at Town Meeting.
The Select Board unanimously voted to approve a revised garage license for a McGovern collision and fit-up center at 420 Boston Turnpike.
After an extensive discussion, the Select Board decided to continue the suspension of Westboro Mobil’s Class II license until Nov. 3.
The request for proposals (RFP) for the redevelopment and reuse of the White Cliffs mansion has officially hit the streets.
Town Meeting voters rejected a citizen’s petition seeking to limit the placement of flags at the Old Burial Ground to the American flag Oct. 13.
The Massachusetts Legislature passed a bill to rename the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen to the Shrewsbury Select Board on Sept. 15.
Town Meeting has voted to replace the 1977 Town Seal.
Officials presented four options for a potential dog park on Oct. 11. Residents voiced their support for Boundary St. and Bearfoot Rd.
Town Meeting members rejected two articles – one of which would have acquired a parcel near the former Beal.
The project to renovate the Westborough Public Library failed to get a 2/3 majority vote at Town Meeting on Monday.