Monday, November 24, 2008

Tomorrow is the last day to register for kids ski program

November 24, 2008 02:01:00 PM

The Southborough Recreation After School Program (RAP) offers a ski/snowboard program at Ward Hill and tomorrow is the last day to register. The program runs for five weeks starting in January and is open to kids at Woodward, Neary, and Trottier. Find more details on the RAP website.

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Get ready to wobble your gobble

November 24, 2008 12:35:00 PM

Gobble Wobble course map. Click to enlarge. I’ve heard lots of people talking about the Thanksgiving Day Gobble Wobble 5 K run/2K walk. If you haven’t signed up yet, better get moving. You can register on the Rec Department website. Sign up by 11/25 for discounted pricing and a free t-shirt. The race is open […]

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Tree removal planned for several Southborough roads

November 24, 2008 10:07:00 AM

National Grid wants to remove 32 trees along several Southborough roads to minimize the chance of power outages. Here’s a list of affected areas: Fisher Road (13 trees) Marlborough Road (5 trees) Newton Street (10 trees) Boston Road (2 trees) Central Street (2 trees) Trees slated for removal have been marked with signs. National Grid […]

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Tonight’s Planning Board agenda

November 24, 2008 08:14:00 AM

The Planning Board meets tonight to take up a number of topics including a proposed subdivision on White Bagley Road and temporary parking lots for Farrell Volvo. The board will also discuss the proposed Fay School project on Middle Road. Fay plans to expand the Goodnow House to accommodate their new kindergarten and pre-K classes. […]

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How much Southborough would get under the Algonquin reimbursement proposal

November 24, 2008 05:57:00 AM

The debate over how to distribute state reimbursements from the Algonquin renovation project has been percolating for more than a year. At last week’s regional school committee meeting, Superintendent Charles Gobron revealed how much of the kitty each town would get under the latest proposal. Southborough has argued distribution should be based on Algonquin enrollment […]

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