Friday, May 29, 2020

Algonquin seniors roll in teacher tribute

The Algonquin Regional High School seniors paraded through campus this evening to say “Thank You” and “Goodbye” to the teachers and staff of Algonquin, as well as the other Northborough and Southborough schools.

This week’s issue, May 29, 2020

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For many facets of community, pandemic’s impact includes food insecurity

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By Bonnie Adams, Managing Editor Region - Food is a basic necessity for survival, yet for far too many people, being able to get food...

Shrewsbury Police Chief Hester set to retire as of July 1

Shrewsbury Police Chief James Hester will be retiring at the end of June.  Town Manager Kevin Mizikar made the announcement at the May 26 Board of Selectmen meeting.  

The C.A.’s Staycation/Summer Guide is coming June 12!

Region - We know, you have spent a lot of time - a lot! - at home over the past two months. And as...

Traditions disrupted by COVID-19, region still observes Memorial Day

Event cancellations and emptiness of public space prompted unique efforts from area communities to still observe the occasion and connect with residents.

As COVID-19 spreads, officials amend voting day plans to keep election days safe

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Region - Town halls are largely empty, but the clerks of the region’s six towns have been busy of late,...

Vehicle parade recognizes Southborough seniors and veterans

The long Memorial Day weekend got a special kickoff May 22 when Southborough Senior Center’s social group known as the Dull Men’s Club (DMC) presented a vehicle parade to honor military veterans and bring joy to the town’s senior residents.

This week’s issue – May 22, 2020

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