Roundup: Primate center, memorial, and an arrest and conviction

by beth on December 2, 2015

I’ve been so wrapped up in holiday events that I missed sharing some Southborough news. Here’s my latest roundup of stories.

Southborough: Harvard exploring options for Primate Center building – Southborough Wicked Local – November 30:

While the Harvard Medical School’s New England Primate Research Center on Pine Hall Road closed in May, the town will continue to receive a donation from the school. . . .

The future of the property is unknown, but it appears Harvard Medical is looking to hold onto it. (read more)

Southborough memorial pays tribute to police, firefighters – Southborough Wicked Local – November 23:

Though they are holding off on a public dedication until spring, Southborough Firefighters and Police celebrated completion of their memorial.

During a private ceremony Saturday, police and firefighters gathered in front of the fire station as the town’s new police and fire memorial was unveiled. (read more)

Southborough man charged with drug possession – Southborough Wicked Local – November 23:

A 26-year-old Southborough man was arrested Sunday afternoon on multiple drug charges after abandoning the idea of fleeing, police said. (read more)

Brockton man pays dearly for rings stolen in Southboro – Telegram.com – November 19:

A Brockton man was sentenced to prison Thursday after admitting in court that he broke into four cars at a house in Southboro two years ago, made off with two diamond rings valued at about $10,000 and later sold them for $200 to a Natick jeweler. (read more)

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