We tend to think of the Town House now as being all business. You go there to pay your water bill, or to register to vote, or (if you’re like me) to attend any number of town committee and board meetings. But it didn’t always used to be that way.
When I was putting together the definitive Southborough shopping and gift guide yesterday, I realized many local artisans have open houses this weekend. For those of you who want to do some studio-hopping, here’s a map to help you out. View Southborough open studios in December in a larger map
The Southborough Board of Health will hold a flu clinic next Wednesday to administer both the seasonal and H1N1 vaccine. It’s by appointment only, and supplies are limited. Barbara Luther with the BOH told me the town ordered 1,000 doses of the H1N1 vaccine, but so far has received only 200. The doses have been
It’s a busy, busy weekend in Southborough, and one filled with lots of holiday fun. The best part is all the action happens right downtown, so you can park and then walk from one event to the next. Here’s a recap of all the options.
The local news last night said there is a slight, slight, slight chance of snow on Saturday, so I figured now was a good time to remind you that Southborough’s winter parking ban went into effect on December 1. From now until March 15, there is no overnight parking on any public way regardless of