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Westborough’s 300th anniversary parade was awesome

What an awesome parade! With all the political unrest in this country, uncertainty in world affairs, and devastating storms ripping through our neighbors’ yards to the far south, the Westborough parade was an exciting diversion for us.

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...
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Hudson students’ ‘speak up’ in letters to Editor project

Hudson – Students in Kate Tobiasson’s class seventh grade English Language Arts class at the Quinn Middle School recently competed a unit on persuasive writing....

Letter to the editor: Center should not be built at Ward Park

Dear Editor, As signers of the petition asking Marlborough's Mayor Vigeant and City Council to reverse their decision to locate the proposed building in historic...
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Vote for Stock in special election

To the Editor, We wholeheartedly support Donna Stock for Select Board in the upcoming special election.  We have known Donna for nearly 20 years and in that...

Letter to the editor: Dykema responds to criticism

To the editor: Last Thursday, the state Republican Party publicly questioned a vote I cast last week against an amendment? to post legislative committee votes...
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Vote for DePalo for Shrewsbury BOS

To the Editor: Please join me as I enthusiastically cast my vote by mail for Moe DePalo for the Town of Shrewsbury Board of Selectman....

Corridor Nine Chamber speaks out against 6.25 percent software and IT tax

To the Editor: The Corridor Nine Board of Directors has taken a strong position in opposition to the 6.25 percent software and IT tax included in the recent transportation bill enacted July 31, 2013. At this critical time when MA is trying to expand its technology industry and attract new IT business to the Commonwealth, this IT tax discourages new business development as well as existing IT business expansion. Corridor Nine Chamber has been advocating its opposition to the IT tax since the beginning of April, contacting all of the State Senators and Representatives to vote against this tax, the first "services" tax ever enacted in the state.
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Vote for Rogers for Northborough BOS

To the editor: I am writing this letter in support of Scott Rogers and his candidacy for Northborough’s Board of Selectman.  I believe that Scott’s...

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...