Wednesday, August 26, 2009

My Southborough turns 1!

August 26, 2009 02:55:36 PM

A year ago today I clicked Publish on the very first My Southborough blog post. Since then I’ve published nearly 1,200 posts on this blog. My goodness, do I need a life. I started the blog a year ago for reasons both practical and not. On the one hand, I was tired of feeling like […]

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Fall/winter recreation schedule posted

August 26, 2009 01:05:10 PM

Check out the programming offered by the Recreation Department in their fall/winter brochure (.pdf). There are classes for kids pre-K through the teen years, as well as for adults. The brochure also has details on special events like the mxed doubles tennis tournament in September and the Heritage Day road race. You can register now […]

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Board of Selectmen recap

August 26, 2009 11:22:26 AM

I wasn’t at the Board of Selectmen meeting last night, but the Metrowest Daily News has a recap. Selectment added some new blood to the Municipal Facilities Committee by appointing three new members and nearly doubling the size of the committee to seven. The Municipal Facilities Committee is working on plans for a new police […]

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Flags at half staff in honor of Ted Kennedy

August 26, 2009 09:33:30 AM
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Governor Deval Patrick ordered them lowered until further notice in honor of Senator Ted Kennedy who died today after a battle with brain cancer.

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What the fire department has been up to

August 26, 2009 07:03:40 AM

Tuesday 8/18/09 10:14 EMS call, Alexandra Circle 10:15 Unintentional smoke detector activation (no fire), Presidential Drive 15:01 Vehicle fire, Turnpike Road 15:13 Unintentional smoke detector activation (no fire), Main Street 17:58 Vehicle accident with injuries, Main Street 22:29 EMS call, Pine Hill Road Wednesday 8/19/09 14:50 Smoke detector activation due to malfunction, Village Path Pt […]

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