Friday, May 1, 2009

Train track repairs close Main Street

May 1, 2009 04:44:16 PM

Emergency repair work on the railroad tracks through downtown Southborough closed Main Street to thru traffic for much of Friday. Let’s just hope they used some of the time to patch those killer potholes leading up to the tracks.

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Southborough in the news

May 1, 2009 03:52:22 PM

Your weekly sample of stories in the local media that have a Southborough connection. A business built for speed “We own five race-prepared Mazda Miatas, which we rent to a wide variety of folks. Some people rent our Miatas for race-driving schools, others rent as a cost-effective alternative to building their own.” —Southborough resident Steve […]

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First solo show for Southborough collage artist

May 1, 2009 01:55:13 PM

There will be no shortage of art in Southborough this weekend, but one Southborough artist will have her sights set a bit farther out of town. Collage artist Kathleen (Kay) Hendrick will celebrate her first solo show at The Gallery at Second Stage Studio, in Cumberland, Rhode Island. You might have seen some of Hendrick’s […]

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Southborough Youth Baseball and Softball opening day festivities

May 1, 2009 11:50:07 AM

The Southborough Youth Baseball and Softball organization has a weekend full of activities planned to celebrate the opening of their 2009 spring season. Saturday features a pitch, hit, and run competition, plus the start of the opening day silent auction. Sunday is the official opening day with a parade of players, picnic lunch, amusements, and […]

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Community garden plots available

May 1, 2009 09:31:34 AM

The Southborough Conservation Commission is offering community garden plots to residents who want to raise vegetables, herbs, or flowers. But if you want one, you’d better act soon because they’re going fast. The plots are located on the Breakneck Hill Conservation Land in full sun and with access to water. There are two sizes: 10 […]

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Developer outlines revised plan for Woodland Meadows 40B

May 1, 2009 06:57:47 AM

As I mentioned earlier this week, the developer behind the Woodland Meadows 40B project is trying a new approach to get his project built. At Wednesday night’s Zoning Board of Appeals meeting, developer Robert Heavey provide some more detail on his revised plan. According to the Metrowest Daily News, Heavey is now potentially looking to […]

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