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Tuesday, November 20, 2018

Letter to the Editor – An unusual act of kindness in Marlborough

To the Editor: I am a 94-year-old woman. I had concluded checking out groceries at our local neighborhood market, and putting the bags in my...

Letter to Editor: Craig Nicholson running for Southborough’s Planning Board

My name is Craig Nicholson and I am running for the open position on Southborough’s Planning Board. I have been a resident of Southborough for over 10 years and have a strong commitment to giving back to the community that provides my family with so many benefits.

Letter to the editor: Thank you from Shrewsbury Library Board of Trustees

To the Editor: Thank you Shrewsbury voters! This journey began in 1998 when it became clear that the current library was not meeting the needs...

Letter to the editor: Apple Tree Arts thanks Grafton community

To the Editor: We want to thank the Grafton community for its support of Apple Tree Arts’ third annual Community Ice Cream Social. Everyone enjoyed...

Remember to vote – it’s your duty and an honor

Today my absentee ballot arrived and I anxiously filled out the papers. Also answered the four addendum questions. I feel as though this may be the last presidential election I will be voting in. I’m 76 and my health is declining…

Letter to the Editor: Dlott bids farewell to Marlborough

Dear Marlborough Community, On July 1, I will retire from my position as interim superintendent of the Marlborough Public Schools. As I depart, I would...

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...

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.

Shrewsbury Republican Town Committee endorses Shrewsbury library rebuild

To the Editor: The Shrewsbury Republican Town Committee (SRTC) met last night and has joined State Representative Matt Beaton in endorsing the new Shrewsbury Library...

Ban on plastic bags poses difficulties for senior citizen

As a senior citizen having a hard time living on Social Security, which has not increased in three years, and having a more difficult time paying Shrewsbury taxes which have increased $1,200 in the past three years, I want to thank you  - the voters – for getting rid of plastic grocery bags.