To the Editor: The 7th annual Turkey Trot for the Memory was our largest race to date with 1,600 participants from 23 states walking/running to end Alzheimer’s disease. The...
The year 2018 has begun. May it bring peace, health and happiness to everyone. In the last few years of this life We have seen so much...
To the Editor: The Westborough Veterans Advisory Board is proud to announce that the Dec. 12 blood drive was very successful. Quoting Kaity Lawler of...
I’m one very, very grateful senior citizen of Westborough, thanks to the Westborough Police Dept. and Roche Bros. for their fast, efficient manner in which they helped me recover my lost pocketbook within four hours, saving me from having a nervous breakdown.
As leaders of diverse faith communities we are writing with one voice that transcends all the differences in our theologies and personal opinions. When President Trump ended the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program, this action crushed the dreams of nearly a million young people covered by the executive order. These young people, brought to the United States by their parents, have done everything our government has asked of them.
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.
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 Jay Houston for 40 years of dedicated service to the Northborough Fire Department. Enjoy your well-deserved retirement.
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.
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!