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Sign up for Civic Leadership Academy in Westborough

The Civic Leadership Academy is a nine-week program that aims to provide residents with a greater understanding of their local government.

Westborough sixth-grade soccer reaches state championship

Congratulations to the Westborough sixth-grade team! Read about all their tournament success in this article.

Shrewsbury 12U Little League tops Westborough to win District 5 championship

The moment was huge, but Moody was focused on only one thing as he headed to the plate: “I thought, don’t get out."

Phil Kittredge steps down from Westborough Food Pantry

On June 27, Phil Kittredge and his cargo of donated meat were given an escort to the Westborough Food Pantry.

Cleanup continues at site of South Street fire

More than a month after a fire damaged a restaurant and apartment on South Street, cleanup of the site continues.

Nature Notes: Tick check season – for 3 local ticks

Local ticks include the usual two, informally called dog ticks and deer ticks, plus one that’s new to our area, the lone star tick.

Local Eagle Scouts honored by Mayflower Council

The Mayflower Council of Scouting America (nee Boy Scouts of America) honored the Eagle Scout Class of 2023.

Architect obtained for community center project

The future community center building includes 31,000 square feet on the first floor, and 32,500 square feet on the second floor.

Westwood Swing Band opens concert series at the Willows

On July 3, the Westwood Swing Band kicked off the summer concert series at the Willows at Westborough on Lyman Street.

Westborough’s Employee of the Month award goes to Remillard

Westborough has presented the June Employee Excellence Award to Thomas Remillard, craftsperson with the sewer division. 

Westborough issues water restriction amidst heat advisory

The National Weather Service has issued a Heat Advisory for the region from noon on Monday, July 8, to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, July 9.

Chase Bank moving into former Berkshire Bank site

The former site of a Friendly’s restaurant, and more recently a Berkshire Bank, will soon become another bank.

Uno’s Westborough location closing

The Uno Pizzeria & Grill 225 Turnpike Road will be closing after dinner service on Tuesday, July 9.

Woman in wheelchair struck by vehicle on Route 9

A Westborough woman in a wheelchair was struck by a vehicle at Route 9 and Lyman Street, according to police and fire.

Two new corporals among Westborough Police promotions

All five officers were sworn in by Town Clerk Deborah Ledoux. Family members pinned the badges. Read more here.

Last call: David Wong retires after 50 years of bartending

David Wong thumbed his way through his phone. Hundreds of photos – decades worth of family, friends and places.

Westwood Swing Band to play at the Willows at Westborough

The Willows at Westborough is gearing up for its 2024 Summer Concert Series. The next performance is the Westwood Swing Band.

Bob’s Stores closing all locations, including Westborough

Bob’s Stores has announced the closing of all its locations, including the one at 168 Milk St.

Westborough railroad bridge wins another round vs. trucks

On the morning of Monday, July 1, a truck sustained heavy damage when it smacked into the railroad bridge at East Main Street.

Westborough begins its Pay as You Throw program

After months of meetings and preparations, the town enacted its new Pay as You Throw policy on Monday, July 1, at the Transfer Station.