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Saturday, November 17, 2018

Aye witnesses

Shrewsbury – Town Meeting is a uniquely New England form of town government. But over the past years, many local communities have found that...

A road less crumpled

Grafton – The town of Grafton will receive just over $500,000 this year in state funds to help repair pot holes, resurface roads and conduct other infrastructure repairs. The funding was included as part of a $200 million Chapter 90 bond authorization approved by the House of Representatives on March 30.

Musical/dancing fountain at Dean Park opens for the season

To the Editor:   The Donahue family wishes to express their deep appreciation to Tom Falzoi who has done the choreography, selected the music and spent...

Letter to the editor – vote for Wyatt

Vote for Wyatt for House of Representatives To the Editor: It’s time for change in the Massachusetts House of Representatives. If elected, Brad Wyatt will not be...

Are we going to pot…or not?

Region - As Massachusetts voters prepare to go to the polls Tuesday, Nov. 8, they will be faced with four referendum questions. Perhaps the...

Build it and they will come

Marlborough – As city officials seek to attract new businesses, they know they also need to help those businesses find qualified employees. On Tuesday,...

Letter to Editor: Palitsch ‘will move our education and economy forward’

To the Editor: In Shrewsbury and Westborough, we traditionally have talented candidates for public office. In the current race for State Representative, we are...

Don’t let the door hit you…

National - Regardless of your political leanings, there’s no denying that things are changing rapidly at the White House. With the recent addition of...

‘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.

Thank you from RTN Federal Credit Union

RTN Federal Credit Union extends its sincere thanks to the walkers, volunteers, donors and businesses who participated in our seventh annual Walk Home June 11 in Waltham, Dorchester and Danvers. The event was a huge success.