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Angelo joins RenovoMD

Northborough - Dr. Jean Casello, medical director of RenovoMD, a medical esthetics practice devoted to non-surgical cosmetic enhancements, is pleased to welcome Lindsey Angelo to her team.

The C.A. picture of the day

Toddlers tumbling at Town Hall Northborough - Ryan Beyranvand, 2, practices vaulting during the Oct. 9 session of Gymnastics, offered by Northborough Recreation at...

Something new is cooking with kids in Northborough

Northborough - Rose Gebauer, 2, and her nanny, Blanca Cappello, knead pizza dough together during the Feb. 15 session of Pre-K Cook...

Assisted living residents share life stories in published book

Northborough – A six-month Writers" Roundtable culminated with a book publication party Dec. 7 at Whitney Place Assisted Living Residences at Northborough. "Our Stories, Our Lives" is a collection of autobiographical essays written by residents Pat Caldwell, Shirley Cranford, Ann Falco, Marge Ferguson and Virginia MacDonald. Instructing the course was Dr. Lucia Knoles, a professor of English at Assumption College in Worcester.

Northborough Fire Dept. not soliciting for donations

Northborough - The Northborough Fire Department has received many inquiries from residents who have been solicited for donations on behalf of the Northborough Volunteer...

Northborough likely to sell downtown tax title property

Northborough--The most logical disposition of a parcel of property the town took by tax title in 2012 is to declare the lot and building surplus and sell it, Town Administrator John Coderre told the Board of Selectmen at its meeting June 9. The property at 39 West Main St. measures just under two-tenths of acre in size and has a total value of $388,600, including $202,000 for the 7,800 square foot building and $186,600 for the land, according to Northborough Assessors records. The town took the property in January of 2012 from Margaritaville LLC, the records indicate.

Wheelabrator contract extension will mean savings for town

Northborough--The town will reap savings in its trash disposal costs over the next three years after agreeing to ratify an extension to its contract to send trash to the Wheelabrator plant in Millbury. The 10-year extension is "a pretty good deal" for the town, Town Engineer Fred Litchfield told the Board of Selectmen during its meeting Dec. 15. Litchfield noted that Northborough and the 35 other communities in the central Massachusetts purchasing cooperative received favorable rates in the initial contract to send trash to the Millbury facility starting in 1986. That original 20-year deal expired in 2006 and was followed by a 10-year extension that is now itself winding down.

Northborough’s 250th gala tickets on sale

Northborough - The Northborough 250th Anniversary Committee will hold a gala Saturday, Feb. 6, from 6 p.m. to midnight at the DoubleTree by Hilton,...

Candidate Profile – Northborough School Committee

Northborough – Northborough will be holding its Annual Town Election Monday, May 12. Incumbent Joan Frank and Susan Lawrence will be running for...

Zoning bylaw changes and new energy code among proposed Town Meeting articles

Northborough – Kathy Joubert, Northborough town planner, presented nine articles to the Board of Selectmen at the March 13 meeting, eight pertaining to zoning bylaw changes and one that pertains to the adoption of the Stretch Energy Code.

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Edward F. Paliliunas, 97, of Northborough

Northborough - Edward F. Paliliunas, 97, of Northborough, passed away peacefully, surrounded by his loving family, May 11, 2019 in Gilbert, Ariz. Born April...