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Vote for Rutan for re-election to Board of Selectmen

To the Editor: I ask Northborough voters to please join me in voting to re-elect Leslie Rutan to the Board of Selectmen. Throughout her 28-year residency,...

Letter to the editor: Support Moe DePalo for Shrewsbury selectmen

To the Editor: Having worked closely with Moe as a Selectman, I can attest to his diligence and the objective manner in which he listens,...

letter to the editor: In support of Hollenback for selectman

To the Editor: I support Missy Hollenback’s candidacy for Board of Selectmen in Shrewsbury with absolute confidence. During the past 15 years, I have worked...

Thank you from Rotary Club of Northborough

The Rotary Club of Northborough says “THANK YOU” to all of the businesses and individuals who once again generously donated to the success of our 46th Annual Pancake Breakfast that makes possible, college scholarships to local high school graduates:

Letter to Editor: Craig Nicholson running for Southborough’s Planning Board

My name is Craig Nicholson and I am running for the open position on Southborough’s Planning Board. I have been a resident of Southborough for over 10 years and have a strong commitment to giving back to the community that provides my family with so many benefits.

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: Selectmen voice support for library project

To the Editor: We members of the Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen ask you to join us in voting "Yes" on November 5th to approve the...

Letter to Editor: Kane is a ‘passionate community leader’

To the Editor: Hannah Kane has proven herself to be a strong and passionate community leader and a team player. She has been tirelessly involved...

Viewpoint – All economies are local

Massachusetts communities can no longer rely on state or federal aid to fill their budget gaps. Therefore, each municipality must take responsibility for its own economic fate. Towns and cities are failing to take advantage of economic development opportunities and tax revenues. They do not understand how to create the optimum number of local jobs, nor understand municipal metrics that determine their economic well-being. They lack knowledge about their industry clusters, especially about which are thriving or struggling. They do not know the decision makers at those enterprises who pay business taxes and create jobs.

Letter to the Editor: State Rep. candidate Kane has worked ‘tirelessly’ for community

To the Editor: We support Hannah Kane and encourage the voters in our district to make it to the polls for this very important special...