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A 20-year tradition of bringing “Flowers to Friends” to homebound Southborough residents continued on Sept. 19.
The Recreation Department will sponsor the annual Heritage Day on Monday, Oct. 9, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at St. Mark’s Field
A quick-moving thunderstorm has caused some damage in Westborough, Southborough and Shrewsbury.
Due to inclement weather forecast for Sunday, Sept. 10, the Applefest parade has been canceled.
Several local students have been named to the dean’s list for the 2023 spring semester. Additionally, a Shrewsbury resident who attends Stanford University received a top graduate research award.
The following parking and traffic restrictions will be in effect on Monday, Sept. 4, due to the Labor Day Parade.
With summer almost over, community members gathered to end the season with Southborough Recreation’s 20th annual Summer Nights celebration.
The budget, which calls for increased local aid and free universal school meals, also includes funding for several local initiatives.
Current and former youth group members and congregation members at Pilgrim Church spent a day giving back to the church, painting its east side.
While parts of the state experienced tornado warnings, the NWS issued severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings for parts of the region.
Southborough officials and Council on Aging members recently gathered to break ground on an addition to the senior center.
Girls on the Run Worcester County is ready for its fall season and is anticipating more than 25 sites across the county to host its program.
Town officials have been notified that 18 asylum-seeking families – about 60 people in total – have been placed in a local hotel.
An Ashland resident and a juvenile are facing charges after Southborough Police reportedly caught them trying to steal something from a warehouse.
Boy Scout Troop 92 recently held its first golf tournament on June 10 at the Southborough Golf Course.
Enclosed in a stone wall and shaded by trees, Southborough’s Old Burial Ground provides a peaceful resting place for the town’s earliest settlers.
The Southborough Fire Department recently visited St. Mark’s summer camp. The visit created an unforgettable experience for campers.
Known as “Art on the Trails,” it’s on a 55-acre tract owned by Southborough Open Land Foundation and doubles as an outdoor art exhibit.
Mary Canty captured this photo of a newborn fawn while she was walking in Rural Cemetery in Southborough. “The newborn fawn was awake and beautiful.”
Northborough is partnering with IMPACT Melanoma, which is a nonprofit dedicated to skin cancer prevention and education.