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Sunday, September 23, 2018

The end of the road (work)

Northborough - Northborough residents and business owners are breathing a sigh of relief now that the downtown improvement project is in its final stages....

Local drivers get crash course

Northborough - The ramps connecting routes 9 and 20, near Northborough Crossing and the Avalon apartments, are so poorly designed that Northborough Police Chief...

Letter to the editor: State rep candidate Palitsch has ‘energy and passion’

To the Editor: We are thrilled to endorse Jason Palitsch for state representative for the 11th Worcester District. With his combination of hometown roots,...

Letter to the Editor: Palitsch understands issues facing 11th District

To the Editor: Jason Palitsch will provide a strong voice in the legislature for the 11th Worcester District. He will work collaboratively with both parties...

Summer bugs, magical and not

I awoke recently around midnight and, unable to sleep, I watched out the window as flickering lights floated above the grassy patch behind the house.

A road more traveled

Region - After enduring a particularly harsh winter, the snow is finally melting. Although winter was tough on our collective psyche, it was even...

Letter to the Editor: WEF thanks community for Trivia Bee success

The Westborough Education Foundation (WEF) would like to thank our local sponsors and donors, teams from local businesses and companies, teachers and administrators, parent groups and sports organizations, and volunteers who made the seventh annual Trivia Bee a huge success. Thank you for supporting the Westborough Education Foundation. The Trivia Bee, the foundation’s largest fundraiser, brings together many groups from across the community and has allowed WEF to award over $270,000 in grants since its inception.

‘Pet project’

Grafton – For many families, a pet is not just a dog or cat; it is a beloved family member. And while saving human lives is of course the top priority for firefighters, they do try their best to rescue pets if it is safe to do so. During the month of August, the Grafton Fire Department is requesting donations so that they may purchase two pet saving kits. Each kit will include special equipment designed to handle and treat cats and dogs that have been affected by a fire.

Ready, set, row!

Shrewsbury – While thousands of elite athletes were competing at the Olympic Games in London, thousands of spectators traveled to Lake Quinsigamond in Shrewsbury...

Letter to the Editor: vote for Dykema

To the Editor: It is with great pleasure that I write this letter in support of State Representative Carolyn Dykema. As a member of...