Wednesday, November 7, 2012

What to put in those Scouting For Food bags

November 7, 2012 04:20:37 PM
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Last Saturday you should have found a plastic grocery bag hanging on your mailbox. The bags were distributed throughout town by local Scouts as part of their annual Scouting For Food drive. Your job is to fill the bag with pantry items and leave it out by your mailbox this coming Saturday for the Scouts to pick up.

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Weekend yoga for babies, tots, and their parents

November 7, 2012 02:02:33 PM
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Need to work out some of the stress from the election season? How about some yoga with your kids this weekend. Here are the details sent along by Southborough resident Alexandra of Sweet Pea Yoga.

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Algonquin girls soccer headed to district finals, boys soccer and field hockey fall

November 7, 2012 11:46:01 AM

While many of us were glued to our various devices watching the election results come in last night, the Algonquin girls soccer team was on the field in the Central District 1 semifinals, and they were busy winning.

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Snow is on the way for Southborough

November 7, 2012 09:28:55 AM
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Southborough is in for its first dose of the white stuff today as a Nor’easter is expected to bring a couple of inches of snow to our area later this afternoon.

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Incumbents rule in Southborough: Voters help send Obama, Eldridge, and Dykema back to office

November 7, 2012 01:15:06 AM

Neary 83% of registered voters in town cast a ballot in yesterday’s election, and from national to state to local races, most of those votes went to incumbents. On his way to reelection, President Barack Obama narrowly beat out Governor Mitt Romney in Southborough by a margin of 50% to 48%. Obama won Southborough Precincts […]

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