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Needs of all citizens must be kept in mind regarding issue of field lights

With the many pros and cons regarding proposed field lights, one thing that can’t be disputed is hard core financials. The Stadium Renovation budget (w/out Lights) is $3.5 million.  Lights come with a $400,000 price tag.  Another $12.5 million for a new Pre-K building is being proposed.

Vote for Moe DePalo for Shrewsbury Selectmen

To the Editor:    It is easy to forget that we have a delayed town election on June 16. Elections matter and I am again supporting...

Eyeing the recovery

To the Editor:  Chambers of Commerce around the world have been champions of free enterprise for over 400 years, rallying around everything from job creation...

Vote for Often for Grafton Select Board

To the Editor: Hello Grafton, I have supported several candidates during the many years I’ve spent involved in local politics. I very much enjoy the whole...

Letter to the editor: Both an override AND bus fees?

To the Editor: In 2008, the Shrewsbury school administration requested the selectmen place a permanent proposition 2-1/2 operational override on the ballot. The school administration...

Vote for Samia for Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen

To the Editor: John Samia has proven to be a leader who values feedback and collaboration.  In his time on the school committee, he instigated...

Letter to the Editor: Town garbage bags are a ‘fail”

To the Editor: After following a trail of smelly garbage that fell out of the holes in the cheaply made, ever shrinking, mandatory town garbage...

Southborough awarded Green Communities grant

To the Editor: On March 30, Judith Judson, commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, presented the Town of Southborough with a Green Communities...

Thank you for aid and support after house fire

On behalf of the entire Robinson Family, we would like to send our sincerest gratitude to the Westborough Fire and Police Departments for their swift and valiant response to a house fire at 100 Milk Street on July 1st.  We would also like to thank the Northborough, Southborough, Hopkinton, Grafton and Upton Fire Departments for their mutual aid in the matter.

Letter to the editor: Town meetings are much more than “hogwash”

To the Editor: Recently a Southborough writer held forth on the subject of Westborough's town meeting, before enjoying milk and cookies and going to bed...