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The Westborough Senior Center will host a Spooky Supper on Thursday, Oct. 26, 5 p.m., sponsored by Westborough Senior Center Supporters.
After two hours of high-intensity play, the Westborough volleyball team eventually pulled out the four-set win.
During the Select Board meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 26, the Westborough Golf Club Building Use Committee presented its final recommendations.
During Fall Town Meeting on Oct. 16, residents voted to approve a proposal to purchase 1500 Union St. for a community center.
Later this month, Westborough Connects is offering several programs, including a Diwali celebration, Screenagers 1 and Dia de los Muertos.
WESTBOROUGH -- Dr. Khuong Nguyen, a member of the Westborough Lions Club, was recently awarded two humanitarian awards by Lions Clubs International for his...
What makes it to the top of the list is being determined by the Library Building Committee with the help of the architect and OPM.
The Westborough Lions Club is hosting its peace poster contest for middle school students and youth speech contest for high school students.
Come to the Westborough Senior Center on Tuesday, Oct. 17, at 7 p.m. to learn answers to your questions about health insurance and Social Security as you prepare to retire.
The Employee Excellence Award for September has been given to Khoula Rashid, circulation assistant at the Westborough Public Library.
Moderator John Arnold presented a few updates to the Select Board on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Members of the Westborough Fire Department rescued two men from Mill Pond on Tuesday, Oct. 10.
Town Meeting will convene on Monday, Oct. 16, at 7 p.m. in the high school auditorium.
On Sept. 30, the Veterans Advisory Board sponsored a flag retirement ceremony at Veterans Freedom Park off West Main Street.
With the loss, Shrewsbury – which came into the game on a seven-game winning streak – drops to 8-2-1. The loss was Shrewsbury’s first since the first game of the season against Sutton.
Westborough and Hopkinton High School students recently created a non-profit organization called Learn It in order to assist fellow students with career paths and college applications.
As residents mull whether to support the purchase of 1500 Union St. for a community center, they are discussing what could go into that space.
Representatives from WDA Design Group showed plans for 161 Milk St. and 220 Turnpike Road to the Planning Board on Tuesday, Sept. 19.
For the past few weeks, the idea of the town purchasing the building at 1500 Union St. for a community center has evolved.
An accident involving two vehicles left one injured and snarled traffic around the Rotary for more than an hour on Tuesday, Oct. 3.