Monday, June 25, 2012

Southborough author to discuss latest novel at the Southborough Library on Tuesday

June 25, 2012 06:01:13 PM
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Southborough author Steve Ulfelder revisits the Southborough Library on Tuesday to read from and discuss his second novel, The Whole Lie.

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MWDN: Southborough’s Trottier School band pays tribute to Eric Green

June 25, 2012 04:24:21 PM

Admittedly, I’m a bit delayed in sharing this story. But for anyone lucky enough to hear the Trottier Middle School Big Band play with jazz great Walter Beasley earlier this month (I was), no doubt the music is still reverberating in your head. It was a truly wonderful concert, and not just for the amazing music, but also for the touching tribute to Trottier seventh-grader Eric Green.

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A ‘Wild Journey’ at the Southborough Library on Tuesday (UPDATED)

June 25, 2012 02:07:26 PM

Animal World Experience comes to the Southborough Library on Tuesday to present Jackson’s Wild Journey, a story about a little boy who falls asleep and dreams he travels the world meeting animal friends along the way. The story features a giant book that comes alive as animals leap from its pages.

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Planning Board continues public hearing on zoning changes – TONIGHT

June 25, 2012 11:39:52 AM

When the Planning Board meets tonight, it will continue its discussion of a proposed overhaul to Southborough’s zoning bylaws. Tonight the focus will be on changes to the bylaws that govern open space requirements in residential subdivisions. They’re changes not everyone agrees with.

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Southborough police logs (6/17/12 – 6/19/12): Juveniles made to clean up their mess

June 25, 2012 09:32:15 AM

The latest logs from the Southborough Police Department

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The week in government (6/25/12 – 6/29/12)

June 25, 2012 07:25:11 AM

A list of department and committee meetings for the week.

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