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Friday, September 20, 2019

Letter to the Editor: Vote yes on ballot Question 3

Imagine an animal being caged in a manner so that they were restricted and unable to move or even turn around. With such little room they couldn’t even stretch their limbs. This is how some farms treat pigs, hens, and calves.

Thank you to all for Spring Festival and Family Fun Day

On behalf of our entire Westborough 300th Anniversary Committee, we would like to thank everyone who helped to make the Spring Festival and Family Fun Day that took place on the grounds above Lake Chauncy yesterday, June 10th, a tremendous success

Letter to Editor: Palitsch will ‘deliver results’ as state rep

To the Editor: In every capacity, whether as an elected member of the Shrewsbury School Committee, a legislative aide, or in his professional career, Jason...

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.

Grey family thanks fundraiser volunteers and supporters

To the Editor: The Grey family would like to thank all those who planned, supported, encouraged, and contributed toward the success of "A Day for...

Thank you to Friends of Jay Dion Memorial Golf Classic

To the Editor: Jimmy Fund Golf extends its sincerest thanks to the organizers and sponsors of the Friends of Jay Dion Memorial Golf Classic held...

Thank you to ‘great students and teachers’

To the Editor: Thank you to the students and Girl Scouts who sent an old veteran Valentine’s Day cards. Just before Valentine’s Day, I received an...

Shrewsbury library vote is for debt exclusion, not override

To the Editor: The appearance of "Vote No on Proposition 2 ? Override" and similar signs throughout Shrewsbury are based either on a misunderstanding of Massachusetts Tax Law at best or disingenuousness at the worst. The signs are intended to refer to, and defeat, a Library Renovation Debt Exclusion question that will come before Shrewsbury voters on November 5th should a Special Town Meeting approve it on October 21st.

Letter to the editor: History of Harry's Restaurant property

To the editor: Re: the article "Harry's Restaurant" in the Feb. 22 issue of the Community Advocate In 1946 the property "Harry's sits on was part...

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,...