Tuesday, February 24, 2009

Bittersweet finish for Algonquin gymnasts

February 24, 2009 02:21:20 PM

There was good news and bad news for the Algonquin girls gymnastics team at the MIAA South Sectional Tournament in Hudson this weekend. The good news was they qualified to continue on to the state competition. The bad news was they missed taking first place in the sectional meet by just two-tenths of a point. […]

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Amnesty for some Southborough residents

February 24, 2009 12:27:30 PM

A handful of Southborough residents may get a second chance to make things right with Uncle Sam thanks to the state’s newly-finalized tax amnesty program. According to the Boston Globe, eight Southborough individuals or businesses owed at least $25,000 in back taxes as of August of last year. Any of the delinquents that are businesses […]

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Clarification on Wednesday service for Mr. Wrenn

February 24, 2009 10:19:36 AM

The Ash Wednesday Mass at St. Rose of Lima in Northborough will be read in Dennis Wrenn’s name. It will not be a memorial service. Father Houston says a memorial Mass will be held at a later date. Ash Wednesday Mass begins at 4:00 pm. St. Rose of Lima is located at 244 Main Street […]

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Parking potential at Fitzgerald’s

February 24, 2009 09:43:00 AM

Hoping to capitalize on dissatisfaction over the last fall’s hike in parking fees at commuter rail stations, Ramanbhati Patel, owner of Fitzgerald’s General Store wants to convert his parking lot into a lower-priced option for commuters. But he’ll need to get through the Zoning Board of Appeals first. Patel will need a special permit from […]

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A shift toward full-day kindergarten

February 24, 2009 06:51:27 AM

Times may be tight, but a 25% increase in the cost of full-day kindergarten didn’t deter Southborough parents from choosing the full-day option. In fact, full-day kindergarten enrollment is going up next year. For 2009-2010, the full-day kindergarten program at Finn will enroll 116 students, that’s five more than this year. Half-day kindergarten will have […]

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