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SOUTHBOROUGH LOCAL NEWS & EVENTS, MA

Delve into Southborough’s news through our specialized local newspaper. Stay current with prompt and breaking updates. Your essential Southborough, MA newspaper, delivering accurate and up-to-the-minute information.

MassDOT to perform utility work at Fruit Street bridge

On Wednesday, May 15, utility crews will begin daytime electrical relocation work and outages of the Fruit Street bridge in Hopkinton as part of the I-495/I-90 Interchange Improvements Project. Relocation work and outages are planned to occur during the day on Wednesday between the hours of 9 a.m. and 2 p.m.

Southborough Select Board candidate statement

The Community Advocate reached out to candidates in the contested race for Select Board for the May 14 election.

‘They play together’: Teamwork helps Westborough girls lacrosse top rival Algonquin

It was an “all hands on deck” type of afternoon for the Westborough girls lacrosse team. Read all about it here.

Shrewsbury, Algonquin students visit Polar Park for ‘Senior Scoop’

In addition to the students, several guidance counselors and other Shrewsbury staff headed to Polar Park to attend the event.

Four people arrested in burglary ring that included Hudson and Southborough

Middlesex District Attorney Marian Ryan and State Police Col. John Mawn Jr. announced that four people have been arrested in a burglary ring.

Bopp helps Marlborough top Algonquin in rain-soaked softball game

On April 24, the Marlborough Panthers and Algonquin Titans met at Marlborough’s turf field for an afternoon softball matchup.
The Southborough Senior Center is located at 9 Cordaville Rd. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Council on Aging conducts survey on Senior Center

Surveys must be returned to the Senior Center’s office or by mailing Southborough Senior Center, 9 Cordaville Road, Southborough, MA 01772 by April 30, 2024.

Candidates’ Night in Southborough April 25

The Trustees of the Southborough Library will hold a Candidates’ Night at Cordavile Hall, 9 Cordaville Road, on Thursday, April 25. 

‘I love games like this’: Saint John’s volleyball controls Algonquin in four-set victory

Algonquin continued to play with energy in the fourth set, but Saint John’s returned to form. The Pioneers won the set 25-14 to win the game.

Space available for teams, players in softball league

The Southborough Men’s Softball League is getting ready for its new season, which kicks off in May and is open to athletes from age 18-88.

Marlborough resident dies in fatal crash in Southborough

Local and State Police are investigating an accident on Main Street in Southborough that killed a person from Marlborough.

ARHS to hold SoccerFest

The Algonquin Regional High School will be holding the first Gonkplex SoccerFest to benefit the Jimmy Fund on April 28.

Races shape up for Southborough election

There will be races for Select Board and the Regional School Committee when the town holds its town election on Tuesday, May 14.

Early-spring storm causes school delays, road closures

An early-spring mix of rain, snow and wind is making for a messy morning commute.

Midland-Wachusett League announces 2024 winter all-star selections

The Midland-Wachusett League has announced the 2024 winter all-stars, which includes several high schools in our region.

Egg-citing egg hunt at Algonquin

Hundreds of eager egg hunters gathered at Algonquin Regional High School on March 24 for the National Honor Society’s annual Spring Egg Hunt.

Southborough police report burglary over weekend

Southborough police are investigating a burglary at a Barn Lane residence that took place over the weekend.

Spring egg hunt at Algonquin Regional

The Algonquin Regional High School’s National Honor Society will sponsor a spring egg hunt on Saturday, March 23, at 9 a.m.

Have your child’s car seat checked for safety

The Massachusetts State Police and the Southborough Police Department will conduct a free car seat check event.

Police seek suspect in Southborough burglary

Police are on the lookout for someone who broke into a home on Wyndemere Road and stole several items between 4 and 8 p.m. on Saturday, March 9.