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Southborough’s Troop 1 to hold cookout in honor of 100th anniversary

Southborough – Past, present, and future members of Southborough’s Boy Scout Troop 1, along with their families, are invited to a special cookout Saturday,...

Southborough resident to receive Heart of Gold Award

Southborough ? Southborough resident Elizabeth L.B. Greene, partner at Mirick O"Connell law firm, is the recipient of the American Heart Association's 2013 Heart of...

Southborough gymnast takes first place

Southborough - Isabel Herczeg competed in the Junior Olympic Region VI Level 8 Gymnastic Championships in Waterville, Maine, April 28. She placed first in...

Southborough awards town scholarships

Southborough - The Southborough Town Scholarship Committee honored nine talented and deserving students during its scholarship award ceremony May 23 in a ceremony held...
Vehicles pass on Route 9 near the intersection of Route 9 and Oak Hill Road. Photo/Laura Hayes

Southborough residents air concerns about speeding, other traffic issues

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By Susan Gonsalves, Contributing Writer SOUTHBOROUGH – Many residents on Oak Hill Road in Southborough say they are fed up with motorists speeding.  Accidents are increasing,...

Southborough Gardeners to host ‘Through the Holidays’

Southborough – The Southborough Gardeners will be hosting a special event, “Through the Holidays,” Thursday, Nov. 10, at 10 a.m., at Pilgrim Church, 15...

ARHS Boys Hockey Dodgeball Tournament to be held Nov. 12

Northborough/Southborough- Can your team be the next Algonquin Tomahawks Dodgeball champion? The Algonquin Regional High School Boys Ice Hockey Team is hosting their 2nd Annual...
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Southborough decides to postpone Town Meeting

By Sara Brown, Contributing Writer Southborough - Due to COVID-19 concerns, the Southborough Town Meeting will be postponed for the second year in a row. “The town...

Interboro Community Band performs Dec. 11 in Southborough

Southborough - The Interboro Community Band will present a free holiday concert Sunday, Dec. 11, at 2 p.m., at the Trottier Middle School in...

Southborough girl marks fifth year since open heart surgery

Southborough – Stefanie Cappello of Southborough is proud of her daughter Celia, a seventh-grader at Trottier Middle School. In observance of the Go Red for Women campaign, Celia showed her support for healthy heart awareness by wearing red attire at school Feb. 6. She was born with a congenital heart defect that went undetected until age 8. Now five years after undergoing open heart surgery, Celia is an active 13-year-old student of various dance styles.