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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Thank you from Spirit of Shrewsbury Festival Committee

The 2017 Spirit of Shrewsbury Fall Festival has closed out another successful celebration.  Warm weather drew crowds of near record numbers to the annual Town Expo and Craft Fair.

Thank you Captain Houston!

Thank you Captain Jay Houston for 40 years of dedicated service to the Northborough Fire Department. Enjoy your well-deserved retirement.

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.

Thank you from Westborough 300th anniversary committees

On behalf of our entire Westborough 300th Anniversary Committee and the Grande Parade Planning Committee, we would like to say a great big “THANK YOU” to the many organizations, businesses, and individuals who contributed to the immense success of our Town’s celebration on September 10. After more than a year of diligent planning, our Grande Parade did not disappoint!

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.

‘Thank you’ for generous donation to St. Anne’s

An open letter to the committee and participants of the annual Hannah Kane Charity Golf Tournament at the Haven in Boylston: We are most grateful for your generous donation from your fantastic golf event for charity. It’s amazing to see the support shown for this annual event and watching it grow bigger yearly.

Thank you Sen. Moore

Shrewsbury resident Ruth Cohen wrote this thank you to State. Sen. Michael Moore (D-Millbury) after he hosted an ice cream social at the Shrewsbury Senior Center Aug. 28.

State Sen. Eldridge cares more about the safety of illegal immigrants than Mass. citizens

The Mass SJC, in one of its liberal modes, ruled last month to place the residents of this Commonwealth at risk by releasing illegal aliens subject to federal detainer requests. The SJC decided for the rest of us, that illegal immigrants charged or even convicted elsewhere of even the most serious or violent crimes could not be held by Massachusetts law enforcement one minute for ICE to act on the detainer.

President should not have pardoned Arpaio

With so much tragedy and horror in the world that is out of our control, it is appalling to me that the president added to the pain and mistreatment suffered by the victims of former Sheriff Arpaio by pardoning him with the simple and erroneous statement that Arpaio was convicted for “doing his job.”

Thank you for successful swap event

"Swapclothes123" in Shrewsbury is growing in families and sizes. This event would not be possible without everyone coming to swap. Thank you. The kids had a blast and kept busy coloring and building LEGO castles.