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WESTBOROUGH LOCAL NEWS & EVENTS, MA

Stay in the know with Westborough’s latest updates. From breaking news to essential local updates, we’re your reliable source in Westborough, MA. Trust our newspaper for in-depth community insights and timely information. Your go-to for staying informed.

Westborough’s stormwater fee to take effect July 1

After more than two years of development, the town of Westborough's Stormwater Utility will take effect on July 1.

Bowman Conservation Area footbridge closes

The footbridge at the Bowman Conservation Area, at the base of Upton Road, has been closed until further notice.
Anglers gather on the banks of Sandra Pond.

Civic Club to sponsor fishing challenge

The Civic Club will hold its annual fishing challenge on Saturday, May 4, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at Minuteman Park, 91 Upton Road.

Westborough Garden Club presents program on delphiniums

The Westborough Garden Club will present “Queen of the Border (Delphinium)” on Wednesday, April 24, at the Westborough Senior Center,.

Improvements work continues on Mass. Pike/Rt. 495 interchange

Work has continued on Massachusetts Department of Transportation's Route 495/Massachusetts Turnpike project in Hopkinton and Westborough.

Two Westborough firefighters graduate from academy

Two Westborough firefighters graduated from the Massachusetts Firefighting Academy's 50-day Career Recruit Firefighting Training Program.

Gov. Healey visits lithium-ion battery manufacturer in Westborough

On Tuesday, April 16, Governor Maura Healey and Economic Development Secretary Yvonne Hao visited Ascend Elements on Flanders Road.

Westborough imposes sewer moratorium

It’s official – Westborough will have a sewer moratorium for the next year following a Select Board meeting April 9.

An exciting Marathon Monday at The Willows at Westborough

While thousands participated in the 128th Boston Marathon, the 2nd Willows Marathon concluded in Westborough. 

Food drive helps Westborough Food Pantry keep up with demand

Dozens of bags lined the second floor of the Westborough Food Pantry on April 6 as part of Appalachia Service Project's food drive.

Westborough three-sport athlete Kate Sams is ‘every coach’s dream’

“I hope she just stays involved. She’s a great teammate. She’s talented. Whatever Kate pours her mind into, she’s going to be happy.”

Repair Café returns to Westborough Library

The Repair Café will return to the Westborough Public Library on April 13, from 9 a.m. to noon, sponsored by the library and Rotary Club.

Westborough Youth and Family Services to operate under new model

Westborough Youth and Family Services provides mental health and substance abuse counseling, prevention and education programs.

Westborough senior named a candidate for presidential scholar

Kyran Trivedi, a senior at Westborough High School, has been selected as a candidate for the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program.

Westborough Cultural Council honors grant recipients

For state Rep. Hannah Kane, the annual grant reception for award recipients by the Westborough Cultural Council is a sure sign of spring.

Westborough prepares for Pay as You Throw program

Pay as You Throw (PAYT) will soon become part of Westborough residents’ trash and recycling disposal routine.

After last year’s heartbreak, Westborough boys tennis returns with improved game and outlook

“This year is different because everybody has improved tremendously. Something about not getting over that finish line has just kept everyone hungry."

Grant will help adult disabilities program run rehab center

MAB Community Services (MAB), a statewide nonprofit organization and rehabilitation services provider, help people live full and satisfying lives.

The Walking Woman of Westborough walks on

Two years ago, in October of 2021, Comey shared her story of walking 1,000 miles around Westborough. Now, she's back for more.

Westborough Legion to offer free breakfast to veterans

The American Legion Post 0163 will offer a free veteran breakfast at the Westborough Senior Center on Saturday, April 6, at 10 a.m.