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Northborough plans ARPA listening session

Residents will soon have an opportunity to weigh in on how Northborough should allocate its American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funds.

Algonquin baseball advances in state championship tournament

Algonquin High School baseball will continue its season tomorrow after a preliminary round victory in the state playoffs.

Algonquin girls tennis beats Beverly in playoff opener

The Algonquin girls tennis team marched to a playoff win on Friday, defeating Beverly by a score of 4-1 in the preliminary round.

Northborough’s White Cliffs chimney to be disassembled

The south chimney of the White Cliffs mansion in Northborough will be disassembled after suffering damage in a recent storm.

Plans approved for Northborough Bartlett Street contractor’s yard

Efforts to build a new contractor’s yard on Bartlett Street in Northborough are moving forward after Planning Board approval last month.

‘This feels a little too familiar’: ARHS alumni organize demonstration following recent mass shootings

Northborough community members gathered in the Town Common on Sunday to demonstrate against gun violence following recent shootings.

Northborough resident wins national pickleball honor

Northborough resident Tom Hays won a bronze medal playing pickleball doubles in the National Senior Games in Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

Weather phenomenon rolls dense pollen cloud across region

A drop in temperatures across the region brought with it a particularly dense cloud of pollen on Tuesday, rolling across area communities.

Memorial Day parade, ceremonies return to Northborough

A Memorial Day parade once again traveled through downtown Northborough on Monday with stops at multiple monuments for ceremonies.

Medical aesthetics practice in Northborough stays busy

It’s been almost 15 years since Jean Casello opened the doors to RenovoMD, and the very first customer who walked in still comes regularly. 

Region plans 2022 Memorial Day observances

Area communities are all gearing up for Memorial Day observances on Monday as many welcome a return to more traditional parades.

Retired NYC firefighter speaks at ARHS Memorial Day Assembly

Students at Algonquin received a unique look at history last week when retired New York City Fire Battalion Chief John Martorana spoke.

Northborough American Legion Post hosts Veterans’ Coffee Hours

The Legion Post 234 has been hosting Veteran’s Coffee Hours with a different speaker presenting each month since late last year.

Northborough police log, May 27 edition

Northborough Sunday, May 8 3:55 a.m. Bartlett St. Ambulance. 11:17 a.m. Howard St. Disturbance. Monday, May 9 1:03 a.m. Brookside Ln. Disturbance. 2:25 p.m. Church St. Animal calls. 2:37 p.m. Avalon...

Investigation ongoing following fatal Northborough I-290 crash

A 20-year old man was killed on Sunday in Northborough when his car crashed off an I-290 ramp near the Solomon Pond Mall.

Northborough Cultural Council to host CultureFest

Northborough will gather for its fourth Annual CultureFest of Music & Arts next month at the Town Common, sponsored by the Cultural Council.

ARHS sophomore’s drawing to be displayed in U.S. Capitol Building

A drawing by Algonquin sophomore Deven Bullard will hang in the US Capitol Building for a year after winning best of show.
Ellsworth McAfee Park is at 363 South St. in Northborough.

Be Well Northborough kick off event set for June 22

Northborough’s new Be Well Northborough initiative will kick off with a bang next month with an official kickoff event.

ARHS to host boys lacrosse Senior Night on Monday

The Algonquin Regional High School boys lacrosse team will host its Senior Night Game on Monday afternoon.

Northborough Planning Board heads to trial in Gutierrez appeal

Attorneys representing the Northborough Planning Board were in land court in Boston on Monday for a trial in a developer’s appeal.