Thursday, June 4, 2020

Letter to the Editor: Northborough Turkey Trot

The organizers of the seventh annual Northborough Turkey Trot would like to thank everyone who helped make the race a huge success this year. We had 240 participants register and 190 who ran or walked on Thanksgiving morning despite the overnight snow fall. Thanks to the huge turnout, the dynamic volunteer efforts and generous donations, we were able to raise $5,655 for the Northborough Food Pantry.

Stop making things better!

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Changing with the times

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For Beaton…it’s easy being green

Shrewsbury – For the last four years, Matt Beaton has served as state representative for the 11th Worcester District, representing Shrewsbury and two precincts...

The pipeline timeline

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Feeling the squeeze

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My new hat

Our letter carrier rang the doorbell. Would I sign for a package from Poland?

A career in public safety

Northborough – After nearly twenty years as Northborough’s Fire Chief, David Durgin has announced that he will be retiring in June 2015. In addition...

Letter to the Editor: Support for Naughton

Dear Voters, I have lived in Northborough for 29 years. In that time I have, off and on, paid attention to local and state...

Letter to the Editor: Support for Dykema and Gregoire

To The Editor: Westborough is fortunate to have two experienced, well-qualified state representatives running for re-election. We urge you to join us in voting...