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Friday, August 23, 2019

Thank you to Northborough T-Ball Coaches

To the Editor, On behalf of Northborough Recreation and its T-Ball program for 4-6 year-olds, we would like to thank our volunteer T-Ball Coaches for...

Thank you from the Kotosky Family

To the Editor: We would like to take this opportunity to say a heartfelt thank-you to all the members of the wonderful Westborough community for...

Letter to the Editor: The meaning of Veterans Day

To the Editor:   First of all, Memorial Day is sometimes confused with Veterans Day. Memorial Day is set aside for remembering and honoring military personnel...

Letter to the editor

To the editor: May 4 was a busy Saturday as usual at Ghiloni Park.? Soccer teams played.? Families filled the playground.? Walkers walked round the...

Letter to the editor: Support Moe DePalo for Shrewsbury selectmen

To the Editor: Having worked closely with Moe as a Selectman, I can attest to his diligence and the objective manner in which he listens,...

Vote for Samia for Shrewsbury Board of Selectmen

To the Editor: John Samia has proven to be a leader who values feedback and collaboration.  In his time on the school committee, he instigated...

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: Palitsch understands issues facing 11th District

To the Editor: Jason Palitsch will provide a strong voice in the legislature for the 11th Worcester District. He will work collaboratively with both parties...

Bourque will serve as Applefest grand marshal

Northborough - Some Northborough residents like to refer to resident Gerard “Gerry” Bourque as the most patriotic man they have had the pleasure of knowing. And, if you ever have the opportunity to meet him and hear his many stories, you just may agree! In 1953, when Gerard Bourque chose to enlist in the US Army, he knew he was making a big decision. However, he probably did not realize his commitment of serving would still be occurring today at the age of 84.

Letter to Editor: Palitsch dedicated to Shrewsbury’s students

To the Editor: I gathered at the town gazebo last spring and saw Jason in friendly, organized and decisive form welcoming all volunteers for canvassing...