Westborough - J. Parker Eldridge, a native of Westborough, credits much of his successful career as a music director, educator, and performer to the time he spent at Westborough High School.
Westborough – Police Chief Alan Gordon released this statement this afternoon: On 4/13/16, at approximately 1:05 PM, the Westborough Police Department responded to 105 W. Main St. for a motor vehicle accident involving a 2001 Ford Explorer and a utility pole. The arriving units found a utility pole snapped in half with wires in the roadway.
Westborough—The Board of Selectmen Oct. 12 asked the owner of Cold Harbor Brewery to do more work on his plans before it decides on his request to add a brewer’s pouring license after concerns were raised about seating being added—something not shown on the originally approved plans.
Westborough??"The Board of Selectmen began the process during its July 22 meeting of filling out a seven-member committee that will steer planning for the redevelopment of the Westborough State Hospital property, interviewing four of 10 candidates who have stepped forward for consideration.
Westborough – When Mike Matley accepted the job as janitor of the Westborough Public Library he thought he would stay there “maybe a year or maybe two.” That was in 1989.
Westborough - The Westborough Public Library will offer a four-week Mindfulness Meditation Series by Greg Topakian Tuesdays, Sept. 1, 8, 22 and 29, from...
Westborough - Clifton R. McGlory Jr.,79, a loving husband, father and grandfather, died Tuesday June 7, 2011 at the UMass/Memorial Healthcare - University Hospital...
Westborough - Renovations to the Westborough Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) are nearly complete, a month ahead of schedule and $1.8 million under budget. All that is left to do for the $54 million project, according to Town Engineer Jack Goodhall, is a punch list.
By Andrew Strecker, Senior Community Reporter Westborough – Jenn Kirkland, Westborough’s new town recreation director, said she was always a “rec kid” and very involved...
Westborough – For those of us living in Westborough in 2017, life is busy. It is hard to imagine that this town was once something other than the hurricane of activity that roars through the rotary each day, leaving us with the suspicion that time is cleverly finding a way to sneak by faster and faster. I often think about, maybe even wish for, the life I see in my grandparents grainy black and white high school pictures. My grandparents’ Westborough of the 1950s was far from perfect, especially for those cast to the fringes of society for any number of reasons. Despite this reality, have we jumped too far ahead of ourselves? Aren’t some of us stuck in a perpetual passing lane and running desperately low on fuel? Maybe, we have lost some common shared values that were, in part, responsible for the quality of life many of us live today. To get some perspective, I searched for someone who has made a life in this town and invested energy into this community’s progress. It didn’t take long for my search to land on Charlotte Spinney, or Ms. Spinney, as she was known for the 41 years she taught at Westborough High School.