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Letter to the editor: Palitsch will enhance ‘quality of life’ as state rep

To the Editor: Jason Palitsch is the right choice for state representative. He is a product of the Shrewsbury Public Schools and the youngest serving...

It is easy being green

Marlborough – When the Marlborough City Council meets for their bi-weekly meetings, they can have at times up to 200 pages of written documentation for review. That can result in almost 2,000 pages being printed out for each meeting. To help reduce that cost, City Councilor Matt Elder has suggested that the council use electronic technology such as smartphones and tablets and websites such as Google Drive and Dropbox instead.

A bridge more travelled

Shrewsbury – Last November, the new Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge, which connects Shrewsbury to Worcester via Route 9, officially opened to great fanfare. The bridge, which replaced the nearly 100-year old bridge spanning Lake Quinsigamond, was completed ahead of schedule and under budget.
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Re-elect Lebeaux for Selectman

To the Editor: I have known John Lebeaux for more than 21 years and find his commitment to the public good matched by few individuals.  He demonstrates...

Blue ribbon performance

Shrewsbury – When Kevin Mizikar was appointed as the fourth Town Administrator in Shrewsbury’s history two years ago, he had big shoes to fill....

‘2018’

The year 2018 has begun. May it bring peace, health and happiness to everyone.   In the last few years of this life We have seen so much...

The $4 million dollar question

Shrewsbury – It's not unusual for school administrators and town officials to disagree on the budget numbers associated with running the schools. Although there...

To the Editor: Vote for Lindstrom in Mass. primary for U.S. Senate

Beth Lindstrom is one of three Republican candidates running in the Massachusetts primary for the U.S. Senate. Voters need to think beyond the primary...

A beloved tradition continues with a 2020 spin

Northborough – For the past three decades, Northborough’s Applefest has been a town-wide celebration featuring a myriad of family-friendly events including a street fair,...

That which we feed becomes reality   

What a difference a few weeks can make. At the end of January, very few of us had even heard of the coronavirus…but now...