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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Planned Swap Shop closure concerns Southborough residents

Southborough - The future of the Swap Shop that operates at the town Transfer Station was discussed at the Jan. 3 Board of Selectmen meeting. Residents crowded the McAuliffe Hearing Room in the Town House to comment on its proposed closure.

Southborough police officer named liaison for town's seniors

Southborough - Officer Aaron Richardson, 28, has recently been named senior resource officer for the Southborough Police Department. In this role, he will be meeting with the town's senior citizens, making himself available for questions and answers, and serve as a liaison between the town's elderly population and the police department.

Southborough twins bring vegetarian options to school lunch menu

Southborough - While peanut butter and jelly sandwiches and cheese pizza have long reigned as vegetarian options in school cafeterias, Margaret Neary Elementary School will soon be adding healthy vegetarian choices to the school lunch menu at the request of fourth-graders Simi and Sia Gandhi.

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.

June A. St. Andre, 71, of Southborough

Southborough - June A. (Voss) St. Andre, 71, of Southborough, died peacefully Sunday, Feb. 4, 2018. She was the beloved wife of Chuck St. Andre;...

Southborough woman's scarves provide comfort, courage to marathon runners

Southborough - With the Boston Marathon just weeks away, one local resident is working with knitters from around the world to bring some comfort to the runners.

Southborough woman has high hopes for Flying Kites

Southborough - Julianna Morrall graduated from Algonquin Regional High School in 2005 and then went to Boston College, earning a bachelor's degree in political science in 2009. Following graduation, Morrall began working for the nonprofit Flying Kites as a public relations intern. Then, in November of 2009, she transitioned to running the organization's Volunteer Program (now called Ambassador Program,) through which people fundraise, "friend-raise", and spend time at the organization's Leadership Academy in Kenya.

The C.A. picture of the day

Southborough - Decorations were hung at this Middle Street bus stop with care in hopes that the school bus soon would be there. (Photo/ Sue Wambolt)

Southborough Library to host ‘We Honor Veterans’ program

Southborough – Three evening sessions of a program known as We Honor Veterans will be presented this summer at the Southborough Library. This program of the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization and Veterans Administration is designed to meet the unique needs of terminally-ill military veterans.

C.A. picture of the day

Coffeehouse benefits scholarship fund Northborough/Southborough - Ty Andrus, a senior, and Tom Boland, a junior, perform Bob Dylan's "Like a Rolling Stone" at the Tri-M...

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