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Popular CEO bids farewell

Marlborough – After 43 years in the banking industry, 17 of those with Main Street Bank (formerly known as Marlborough Savings Bank) CEO Rick...

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...

Grafton loses a friend

Grafton – The town recently lost one of its biggest supporters with the passing of Edwin Finn. Finn served in the U.S. Navy during World War II as a pharmacist’s mate and then, after being honorably discharged, returned home to work as a pharmacist, eventually opening Finn's Pharmacy in South Grafton. He was a member of St. James and St. Patrick's parishes and the Knights of Columbus Mumford Council 365 as well as a big fan of Grafton and Northbridge sports teams.
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Letter to the Editor: Elect DePalo for Governor’s Council

I support Paul DePalo for Governor’s Council, which approves or rejects potential judges. There is currently an opening for a judgeship in the Worcester...

My mom – a lifetime of love

It was late January when moving in with my mother became a necessity. She's 81, I's 51, but sometimes in life we have to do what we have to do. Only it wasn's my mother who needed the help. I was living alone and had a hip issue and couldn's walk. So with nothing but an overnight bag, I settled in.

Difficult family decision on school

On Aug. 13 school superintendent Greg Martineau emailed Northborough/Southborough families about two back-to-school options: a hybrid model or Stand Alone Remote Program (SARP). This...
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Letter to the Editor – Westborough fortunate to have representatives who work for town’s...

Dear Neighbor, With Election Day just around the corner, I am reaching out to ask you to vote on Tuesday, November 6th. Here in Westborough we’ve...

Think carefully before you vote on Shrewsbury override question – Minklein

To the Editor: On 3 June Shrewsbury residents will cast their vote to either accept or reject the Proposition 2-1/2 override. Voters should consider the following items before making their decision.
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Thank you to Friends of Jay Dion Memorial Golf Classic

To the Editor: Jimmy Fund Golf extends its sincerest thanks to the organizers and sponsors of the Friends of Jay Dion Memorial Golf Classic held...

Algonquin makes the grade

Northborough – School administrators are pleased after Algonquin Regional High School received mainly positive reviews as part of an evaluation done by the New...