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Northborough/Southborough Newsletter

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The Southborough Police Station is located on Cordaville Road. Photo/Laura Hayes

Former Southborough Select Board member charged after showing porn to juveniles

David Parry, who previously served on the Select Board, has been charged with two counts of dissemination of matter harmful to minors.

Northborough remembers fallen community members on Memorial Day

A volley of shots rang out across town as the Northborough Memorial Day parade made stops at monuments throughout Northborough. 

White Cliffs proposal will not move forward

The Select Board declined to move forward on a developer’s proposal for the White Cliffs mansion property. 

Consultant presents three scenarios for downtown

After receiving feedback from residents and business owners, consultants presented three potential scenarios.
Algonquin Regional High School Photo/Dakota Antelman

Algonquin student earns National Merit Scholarship

Two local high school seniors were among 840 from around the country to earn a National Merit Scholarship.

Supt. Martineau talks ARHS athletic complex next steps

The Public Schools of Northborough and Southborough leaders are looking ahead to the next steps for the athletic complex at Algonquin.

Vote on moving White Cliffs proposal forward may come May 22

A decision regarding whether a developer’s plans for the White Cliffs mansion may move forward may be on the horizon.

Algonquin holds hall of fame induction ceremony

Hundreds of friends, family and fans gathered in the Algonquin Regional High School cafeteria to celebrate the recent hall of fame inductees.

Algonquin baseball upsets Wachusett in extra-inning thriller

Though the Wachusett team is called the Mountaineers, it was the Algonquin Titans that successfully navigated baseball’s peaks and valleys on Friday night, ultimately beating Wachusett 11-8 in a come-from-behind, extra-inning win.

FedEx site expansion to go before Northborough ZBA

The trucking terminal at 300 Bartlett Street currently occupied by FedEx Freight is seeking to expand. It will head before the ZBA May 23.

Southborough releases unofficial results in election

There will be new faces joining the Select Board as Southborough voters took to the polls May 9. There was a five-way race for the board.

Northborough releases unofficial results in election

Northborough voters headed to the polls for the annual election today. There were two contested races for moderator and School Committee.

Algonquin Inclusive DECA hits the runway

Inclusive DECA program held a fashion show that showcased unique outfits and the school’s ability to include those with different abilities.

‘Go Out Doors’ exhibit returns for year two in Northborough

The Northborough Cultural Council has transformed areas of Ellsworth McAfee Park into a public art exhibition with "Go Out Doors."

Marlborough man charged following alleged Southborough road rage incident

Ronald Wing, of Marlborough, has been charged with assault by means of a dangerous weapon following a Southborough incident.

Northborough has a long legacy of public libraries

The library as we know it today at its location at 34 Main Street was dedicated on June 12, 1895, as the Gale Memorial Library. Since the momentous occasion of the dedication, the library has been a thriving source of not only books but programming, digital collections, and community for people of all ages.

Northborough quilting group gives back to the community

A Northborough-based quilting group gathered in February to collect and donate over 30 quilts to the NICU and pediatric unit.

NOW SAVE brings Susan Howards to speak in Northborough

NOW SAVE is striving to become one of the ways to provide information on domestic violence to community members.

Northborough Planning Board approves Gutierrez warehouse plans

The developer, the Gutierrez Company, was proposing to build a 150,900-square-foot distribution center and industrial warehouse on the site.

Northborough approves ARHS athletic complex at Town Meeting

Northborough voters have approved the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) athletic complex during Town Meeting April 24.