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Westborough - Ever since Westborough State Hospital closed in 2010, there's been lots of speculation about would happen next to the 108-acre...
This spring, two candidates are vying for the one open seat on the Westborough Board of Selectmen. Here, in their own words, are their bios and thoughts on four issues.
An additional $400,000 is projected to be needed for the Westborough Wastewater Treatment Plant (WWTP) fiscal year (FY) 2012, the plant's Administrative Engineer Jack Goodhall told the Board of Selectmen at their meeting April 5.
Westborough - Marguerite L. (Greenleaf) Camuso, 91, formerly of Beach Street, died Thursday March 31, 2011 at Lydia Taft Nursing Home. Her...
Westborough - (l to r) Ryan Maloney, the owner of Julio's Liquor Store in Westborough, and Westborough resident Ed Sherr celebrate a...
Stating that they would not be fulfilling their commitment to the town as elected officials, at their March 22 meeting, the members of the Board of Selectmen declined to approve a citizen's request to allow a question regarding a $4 million underride be placed on the warrant for the May 14 Annual Town Meeting.
In a day and age of multiple cable stations and instant online access for almost anything one might need or want to know, the pleasures of reading can sometimes take a backseat.
The second and third floors of Whitney Place, an assisted living community on the Salmon Health and Retirement campus in Westborough, serve as a warm and supportive home to approximately 54 elders.
For those of a "certain age," the thought of libraries brings up visions of card catalogs, the Dewey Decimal System and elderly women shushing those who dared to do more than whisper.
It is one thing to read an account of the genocide that occurred in the central African nation of Rwanda in 1994.
Stating that they would not be fulfilling their commitment to the town as elected officials, the Board of Selectmen declined to approve a citizen's request to allow a question regarding a $4 million underride to be placed on the warrant for the May 14 Annual Town Meeting.
It is one thing to read an account of the genocide that occurred in the central African nation of Rwanda in 1994. It is quite another, Westborough High School (WHS) students would surely attest, to hear a personal account.
Voters will be asked at the May 14 Annual Town Meeting to approve a Tax Increment Financing (TIF) Agreement between the town and eClinicalWorks, a Westborough-based business that develops software for the medical industry.
Northborough - During a scramble for the loose ball, Algonquin Regional High School's junior guard Carly O"Connell has firm possession although Westborough...
Westborough - While her stellar Westborough High School swimming sports career is over – she contributed to eight school records - senior Diana Zeng is just getting started. She has two academic scholarship offers from Northeastern and Babson, while MIT, UPenn, NYU and several schools in California are also in the mix.
Westborough – When a high profile citizen, such as Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords, suffers a brain injury, it becomes front-page news. But each year, 1.4 million other Americans sustain a head injury of some type as well. When this happens, it can leave the patient and their family feeling frightened and alone.
Westborough - During the month of March, Westborough Junior Girl Scout Troop 30554 is holding a donation drive for Greyhound Friends, Inc....
Westborough – After nine years of serving town residents first as as a member of the School Committee and then on the...
Westborough – The Board of Selectmen discussed the possible ramifications of a $4 million Proposition 2-1/2 "underride" at its March 1 meeting at the request of one local resident. But that discussion was curtailed for a few minutes when the proponent of that proposal, Len Mead, got into a heated argument with the board and was escorted out of the room by Police Chief Alan Gordon.
Westborough - For the last 125 years, the nearly 108 acres off of Lyman Street was known as the site of "Westborough Insane Hospital" before it was changed to the kinder "Westborough State Hospital" in 1907. Over the ensuing years, the facility was home to hundreds of patients.