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Monday, January 21, 2019

Letter to the Editor: Vote for Sanchez, Guerin and Stamas

To the Editor: Many voters who think progressively are unaware of super choices for three statewide offices:  Secretary of the Commonwealth, State Treasurer, and State...

Letter to Editor: Kane has a ‘get-it-done attitude’

To the Editor: Hannah Kane's endless energy, first-hand knowledge, practical experience, and get-it-done attitude are just what we need to represent the interests of Shrewsbury...

I was just thinking about…monstrous races

By Janice Lindsay, Contributing Writer "We never saw those people, we don's know them, we'se never been where they live, they'se never been here. So...

Letter to the editor: Palitsch would bring ‘new voice’ to district

To the Editor, Jason Palitsch is the right choice for state representative for the Worcester 11th District. Jason believes that the main purpose of...

Thank you Captain Houston!

Thank you Captain Jay Houston for 40 years of dedicated service to the Northborough Fire Department. Enjoy your well-deserved retirement.

The fight over Friday night lights

Westborough –There is something special, for both a team and its fans, when football is played at night. But while many enjoy the experience, for those who live close to the field, it is not always as pleasant. As Westborough voters prepare to decide at the Monday, Oct. 16 Town Meeting if lights should be installed at Westborough High School, both sides have been sharing their opinions on the issue.

A link to the past

Shrewsbury – As Shrewsbury prepares to move forward with several significant new developments, it also aims to retain its connections to the past. To that end, the Board of Selectmen is currently seeking an individual who would be interested in serving as the Town Historian for a three-year term volunteer position.

It will be ‘Grande’

Westborough - The culmination of Westborough’s 300th anniversary year will be a “Grande Parade” on Sunday, Sept. 10 beginning at 1 p.m. Grand marshals for the much anticipated event will be two very familiar and well-respected women– Lydia Goldblatt and Kristine Allen. Both have served on numerous town boards, including years on the Board of Selectmen, and both have given much of their time over the years volunteering with nonprofit organizations in the town.

Getting the bugs out

Shrewsbury - Although generally very reliable, Shrewsbury Electric and Cable Operations (SELCO) has had its share of technical challenges with its cable TV transmission...

Standing their ground

Marlborough - Ever since Mayor Arthur Vigeant announced plans to build a new senior center at Ward Park, a strong contingent of neighbors near...