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Friday, September 20, 2019

Letter to the Editor: Diehl deserves credit for not backing pay raises for legislators

To the Editor: Who votes themselves a 40 percent pay increase?  The unfortunate answer is our legislature! I want to make the point that last August 2016,...

Vote for Rutan for re-election to Board of Selectmen

To the Editor: I am writing in support of Leslie Rutan for Northborough Board of Selectmen. Her experience on both the School Committee and Board...

Letter to the editor: Thanks from WYFS

To the editor: On behalf of Westborough Youth and Family Services and the Rotary Club of Westborough, I want to thank all those who so...

Letter to the Editor: Kane the right choice for state rep

To the Editor: Hannah Kane is a Republican that will cross party lines if it means getting things accomplished. As an Independent voter, I am...

Letter to the editor: Thank you to Turkey Trot organizers and participants

To the Editor, If you were anywhere near Zeh School on Howard Street or trying to navigate Church Street in Northborough at 8 a.m. on...

Letter to the editor: Celebrate National Library Week

Dear Editor, During the week of April 13-19, the Marlborough and Hudson Public Libraries join libraries in communities nationwide in celebrating National Library Week, a...

Thank you from the Blasko Family

To the Editor: We would publicly like to thank those we know, and those we have never met, for the outpouring of love and support...

Digital technology impact on libraries could be devastating

To the Editor: The digital revolution is defining how the young and old will read and learn in the 21st century. The library of the...

More voices against Shrewsbury Senior Center name change

To the Editor: This is in response to Rita Dichele's letter regarding changing the name of the Shrewsbury Senior Center. We Shrewsbury residents are grateful to...

League of Women voters invite public to presentation on Ranked Choice Voting

A winning merger has taken place: the League of Women Voters chapters of Shrewsbury and Grafton are now one! I think most residents in both towns have heard of the LWV and may believe most towns of our size have a chapter. Not so. In fact, in all of central Massachusetts, this is one of only three chapters. In learning about the local League’s history, I recognize the thanks we owe the founding women and the current members (men included!) who continue to fulfill its non-partisan mission. A piece of that mission is to bring important national and state issues to public attention.