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The Southborough Police Station is located on Cordaville Road. Photo/Laura Hayes

Southborough Select Board opts for internal search for new police chief

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Southborough will look to its existing police roster as it continues a search for a new police chief following a Select Board vote last week. 

Tractor trailer, two cars involved in Southborough Rt. 9 crash

A crash involving a tractor trailer and a pair of passenger cars in Southborough sent at one person to the hospital on Friday. 

Southborough police log, June 17 edition

Southborough Friday, June 3 12:57 a.m. Oak Hill Rd./Fayville Ln. Motor vehicle stop. 7:23 a.m. Turnpike Rd. MVA property damage only. 1:40 p.m. Turnpike Rd./Central St. Erratic operator. 5:35...

AMSA students celebrate their next chapter during graduation

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Families and loved ones of AMSA graduates gathered on the field of the Fore Kicks Sports Complex on Friday for this year’s graduation. 

Assabet celebrates Class of 2022 at DCU Center

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The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Class of 2022 gathered at the DCU Center in Worcester on Saturday for its graduation.
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Algonquin senior wins Assabet Valley Mastersingers scholarship

The Assabet Valley Mastersingers recently awarded their 2022 Choral Scholar Award to Algonquin Regional High School Senior Hannah O’Grady.

Paulhus out as Southborough Police Chief

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Kenneth Paulhus is officially no longer Southborough’s Police Chief, leaving the job after being placed on leave earlier this year.

Southborough police log, June 10 edition

Southborough Friday, May 27 1:30 a.m. Turnpike Rd./Brook Ln. Motor vehicle stop. 3:48 a.m. Madison Pl. Disturbance. 1:03 p.m. Cordaville Rd. Motor vehicle stop. 1:17 p.m. Parkerville Rd. Suspicious...

5 injured in crash on Route 9 in Southborough

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SOUTHBOROUGH - A two-car crash in Southborough sent at least five people to the hospital on Monday with injuries ranging from moderate to serious,...

‘Just be you’: ARHS holds 2022 graduation

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Families and loved ones cheered on Sunday as the Algonquin Regional High School (ARHS) Class of 2022 tossed their caps into the air. 

Algonquin baseball advances in state championship tournament

Algonquin High School baseball will continue its season tomorrow after a preliminary round victory in the state playoffs.

Algonquin girls tennis beats Beverly in playoff opener

The Algonquin girls tennis team marched to a playoff win on Friday, defeating Beverly by a score of 4-1 in the preliminary round.

Weather phenomenon rolls dense pollen cloud across region

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A drop in temperatures across the region brought with it a particularly dense cloud of pollen on Tuesday, rolling across area communities.

Region plans 2022 Memorial Day observances

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Area communities are all gearing up for Memorial Day observances on Monday as many welcome a return to more traditional parades.

Southborough honors veterans with flag placement at Rural Cemetery

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Community members gathered at Southborough’s Rural Cemetery on Friday evening to replace the flags on veterans’ graves.

Retired NYC firefighter speaks at ARHS Memorial Day Assembly

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Students at Algonquin received a unique look at history last week when retired New York City Fire Battalion Chief John Martorana spoke.

Massachusetts AG sues major PFAS manufacturers

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Massachusetts AG Maura Healey announced a major lawsuit against more than a dozen manufacturers of PFAS chemicals used in firefighting foam. 

Southborough police log, May 27 edition

Southborough Wednesday, May 11 12:19 a.m. Turnpike/Crystal Pond Rds, Motor vehicle stop. 1:27 a.m. Cordaville Rd. Motor vehicle stop. 7:33 a.m. Boston Rd. Animal complaint. 5:47 p.m. Cordaville/Mt Vickery...

ARHS sophomore’s drawing to be displayed in U.S. Capitol Building

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A drawing by Algonquin sophomore Deven Bullard will hang in the US Capitol Building for a year after winning best of show.
Trucks line up for a previous running of the Wednesday Food Truck Festival in Southborough. This year’s festival will run weekly until 6:30 p.m. instead of 7:30 p.m. as it has in some past years.

Southborough Rotary Club will hold Food Truck Festival for four weeks

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The Rotary Club of Southborough will hold its Food Truck Festival for three consecutive Wednesdays over the coming weeks.