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Busy mom helps revitalize Northborough Education Foundation

Northborough - There is a saying that goes something like this, "if one wants to get something done, look to a busy person for that person knows how, and will get the job done." Such is the case with the revitalization of the Northborough Education Foundation (NEF), a nonprofit organization whose main goal is to fund teacher grants.

Northborough candidate profiles: Kristen Wixted – Board of Selectmen

NORTHBOROUGH – Northborough is gearing up for its 2021 municipal elections on May 11. As voters get set to head to the polls, the...

Northborough Diversity Committee talks equity initiatives, hiring, Algonquin name change with school district

By Sara Brown, Contributing Writer NORTHBOROUGH - The Northborough Diversity and Inclusion Committee met with members of the school community May 6 to discuss how...

St. Patrick’s Day Pancake Breakfast at Zeh School

Northborough - The Marion E. Zeh Elementary School fifth-graders and their families will hold a St. Patrick’s Day Pancake Breakfast Saturday, March 17, from...

Northborough artist raises awareness about animal abuse

A self-taught artist and lifelong Northborough resident, Cathy Staniunas has exhibited her works detailing animal abuse at Doric Hall, part of the Massachusetts State House.
Joan M. Hill

Joan M. Hill, 90, of Northborough

Northborough - Joan Marie (Hourihan) Hill, passed away on Saturday, September 25, 2021, at Coleman House in Northborough MA, after a period of declining...
Evelyn LeBlanc

Evelyn LeBlanc, 88, of Northborough

Evelyn “Nanny” (Donovan) LeBlanc Northborough - It is with great sadness that we announce that Mom died peacefully in her sleep on May 25, 2020....

A fun event to its core

Northborough – This weekend, Saturday, Sept. 21 and Sunday, Sept. 22, is Applefest! There are many events scheduled throughout the weekend highlighting community spirit, family...

Applefest Street Fair to be held Sat., Sept. 21

Northborough - Nearly 100 vendors are expected to participate in the annual Applefest Street Fair Saturday, Sept. 21. The fair will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) parking lot. The event is sponsored by the Rotary Club of Northborough. Last year approximately 5,000 people came to enjoy the event, Skip Doyle, the committee chair, said. "We are expecting another great turnout this year," he said. "In addition to many of the vendors we have had in the past, we have several new craft vendors this year. There will be a whole mix of types."

Northborough resident hosts children's fashion show to benefit MS Society

Northborough - Kathleen O"Leary of Northborough, owner of Ella Sarah's Boutique, has been living with multiple sclerosis for seven years. She has good...