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Thank you from the Blasko Family

To the Editor: We would publicly like to thank those we know, and those we have never met, for the outpouring of love and support...

Residents unhappy with changes to Westborough Athletic Fields

To the Editor: We are writing in response to the recent, one-sided article about the Westborough Athletic Fields “generating excitement.”  The changes going on are...

Letter to the editor: During drought, important to take measures to conserve water

To the Editor: With the current drought reaching historic levels, and having devastating impacts on our ground water supplies, people and businesses still watering their...

A forgotten Northborough industry

Submitted by Robert P. Ellis Northborough - The article by Alexandra Molnar, “Historic signs recognize Northborough’s industrial past along Assabet River,” in your Dec. 8...

Letter to the editor – Severe weather events are a wake-up call – We...

To the Editor: I have fond childhood memories of building snowmen and ice skating in February, but there was no snow or ice to be...

Letter to the Editor – Thank you to Good Samaritans!

To the Editor: I just wanted to send out a big thank you to a very helpful and generous group of men who took it...

Spurr House should be saved from demolition

To the Editor: A few months ago I was driving west on Rt. 2. As one worked their way around the Concord rotary there was...

Votes on marijuana suppressed in Shrewsbury

To the Editor: On April 23 Shrewsbury Town Meeting members voted 55% to 45 % to ban recreational sales of marijuana.   The clear majority reflected...

Data against use of plastic bags is flawed

To the Editor: At the recent Northborough Town Meeting Article 36 (Plastic Bag Reduction Bylaw) passed. This article is based on some poor data (causing...

Bourque will serve as Applefest grand marshal

Northborough - Some Northborough residents like to refer to resident Gerard “Gerry” Bourque as the most patriotic man they have had the pleasure of knowing. And, if you ever have the opportunity to meet him and hear his many stories, you just may agree! In 1953, when Gerard Bourque chose to enlist in the US Army, he knew he was making a big decision. However, he probably did not realize his commitment of serving would still be occurring today at the age of 84.