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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.

‘It just wasn’t our day’: Algonquin girls hockey falls short in semifinals

The game, played Saturday afternoon at Framingham’s Loring Ice Arena, was competitive throughout, but Duxbury ultimately walked away victorious, defeating the Titans to the tune of 3-1.

Algonquin girls hockey advances to semifinals after overtime thriller

Algonquin will now face No. 1 Duxbury in the MIAA Division 2 semifinal. Duxbury defeated No. 9 Milton, 2-1, just before Algonquin took the ice.
The Assabet Valley Mastersingers will kickoff their concert series on Oct. 30 at St. John's High School.

Mastersingers present ‘Voices of Light’

Assabet Valley Mastersingers has announced its upcoming performance, “Voices of Light: The Passion of Joan of Arc,” taking place Sunday, March 10
SEDP operates an after-school program at Finn Elementary School. Photo/Laura Hayes

‘Costume Karaoke’ in Southborough

Take a break from your TV or computer screen and join in a “Costume Karaoke” on Friday, March 1, from 6 to 8 p.m. at the Mary Finn School cafeteria.
The Margaret A. Neary Elementary School is located at 53 Parkerville Rd.

Public forums on Neary School building

The Neary Building Committee will host two open public forums on Thursday, Feb. 29, from 7 to 8:30 p.m., and Monday, March 11, from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

MIAA playoff tournament brackets released

It's that time of year! The MIAA has released playoff brackets for hockey and basketball. Find out which of your favorite teams qualified for the tournament below. 

Town Election information for Southborough

Nomination papers for the annual Southborough Town Election on Tuesday, May 14, were available starting on Feb. 14.

Snowstorm downgraded, but still lots of closings, postponements

The latest forecast from the National Weather Service is showing a lesser amount than the foot-plus of snow predicted for the region.

Algonquin wins Mid-Wach league gymnastics championship

Local gymnastics teams gathered at Shrewsbury High School on Saturday afternoon for the Midland-Wachusett League gymnastics championships.

Theodore Roosevelt’s 1911 visit to Southborough was kept quiet

Theodore Roosevelt loomed large over America and literally over Southborough. Like the rest of America, Southborough was infatuated with Roosevelt. His triumph in Cuba cemented his popularity and his connection to Southborough.

Event to benefit youth group

St. Mark’s Episcopal Church youth group will be holding a drop off event for parents and guardians on Feb. 10.

Man arrested following car accident in Southborough

A Worcester man was arrested and faces charges following a crash in Southborough on Route 9 eastbound on Thursday, Feb. 1.

Algonquin fights, but it’s not enough to overcome Leominster girls basketball

The Leominster Blue Devils dominated from start to finish on Friday, defeating the playoff-hopeful Algonquin Titans to the tune of 49-35.

Most schools delay opening due to snow

The latest round of snow overnight Sunday, Jan. 28, into Monday, Jan. 29, left anywhere from 2 to 6 inches in the region.

Southborough church completes clock tower project

The church was built in the early 1860s by local businessman Joseph Burnett; the bell and clock tower was added in 1891.

Snow and cold return to the region; some classes canceled

The forecast calls for 3 to 5 inches of snow, possibly mixing with rain, sleet and freezing rain, before it ends in the early evening.