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List of posts to be included in the Northborough/Southborough newsletter email.

The Northborough Police Department is located on Main Street. Photo/Laura Hayes

Northborough Police charge 3 men with shoplifting at Wegman’s

Police took three men from Worcester into custody after they were allegedly seen shoplifting at Wegman's.
Water rates in Northborough will increase in the next fiscal year according to a town consultant. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Northborough approves settlement in sewer litigation with Marlborough

The Northborough Select Board approved a settlement agreement with Marlborough over years-long sewer litigation.

Kimball Sand Company locks in zoning following new commercial zoning district

The Planning Board approved a preliminary subdivision for Kimball Sand Company, which will essentially lock in their industrial zoning.

Northborough man seeks kidney donor

Rama Rao Mukkamala is looking for a kidney donor after he was diagnosed with primary focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (FGS).

Southborough voters re-elect Dennington to Select Board

According to the unofficial results provided by the Town Clerk, Andrew Dennington beat challenger Joseph Palmer 666 votes to 525. 

Voters re-elect incumbents to Planning Board, Northborough School Committee

Northborough held its town election on May 14; according to the unofficial results provided by the Town Clerk, there was an 11.52% voter turnout.

Worcester DA IDs 16-year-old victim in Northborough shooting

The Worcester County DA has identified the teen killed during a shooting at a party in Northborough as Ygor Correia, 16, of Bellingham.
drone photo of Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough by Tami White

Select Board approves lease, power purchase agreements for school solar arrays

The school district went to the board seeking to expedite the process to enter into lease and power purchase agreements for solar arrays.

One fatality from shooting at Northborough party

A shooting during a party in Northborough on May 12 has resulted in the death of a 16-year-old boy from Bellingham.

Northborough to sign P&S for 432 Whitney by May 20

Efforts to purchase 432 Whitney St. are moving forward. During Town Meeting, residents approved an article to use CPA funds for the purchase.

Southborough Select Board candidate statement

The Community Advocate reached out to candidates in the contested race for Select Board for the May 14 election.

Northborough signs contract for new trash, recycling provider

Northborough will be starting with a new provider E.L. Harvey for its trash and recycling collection services this summer.

Shrewsbury, Algonquin students visit Polar Park for ‘Senior Scoop’

In addition to the students, several guidance counselors and other Shrewsbury staff headed to Polar Park to attend the event.

Northborough candidates make their case for election

The Community Advocate reached out to candidates in contested races for Planning Board and School Committees for the May 14 election.

‘Go Out Doors’ returns for third year in memory of NCC member

From April through June, several painted wooden doors are stationed around Ellsworth McAfee Park as part of the "Go Out Doors" exhibit.

Four people arrested in burglary ring that included Hudson and Southborough

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and State Police Col. John Mawn Jr. announced that four people have been arrested in a burglary ring.

Northborough approves MBTA zoning district

Voters approved two articles at Town Meeting that will result in the creation of two subdistricts to comply with MBTA zoning requirements. 

Northborough votes to purchase 432 Whitney St.

Night two of Northborough's Town Meeting ended with residents voting to purchase a parcel at 432 Whitney St.
drone photo of Algonquin Regional High School in Northborough by Tami White

Town Meeting approves lease of school roofs for solar

Town Meeting approved a series of articles on April 23 that could result in solar arrays being constructed on the roof of three elementary schools. 

PHOTO: National Commander visits Post 234

National Commander of the American Legion Daniel Seehafer recently visited the Vincent F. Picard Post 234 to meet with local veterans.