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In the media: Southborough family raises money to support parents of kids with leukemia

June 18, 2010 07:07:13 AM
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The Metrowest Daily News has a profile of Southborough resident Ashley Haseotes, whose non-profit One Mission recently hosted Kid’s Cancer Buzz-Off, an event that shaved 21 heads and raised more than $30K to help patients and families dealing with pediatric cancer.

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In the media: Southborough 13 year old runs to help local school

February 15, 2010 09:30:08 AM

The Boston Globe did a great profile of 13-year-old Southborough resident Zach Levine, who has raised almost $11K for the New England Center for Children.

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For Southborough driver, it’s all about giving kids a chance

January 26, 2010 11:28:50 AM
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The annual Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona – a race in which a team of drivers speed around the track at Daytona for 24 hours straight – is arguably one of the most grueling and demanding in motorsports. For the second year in a row, Southborough residentBruce Ledoux and his team of drivers from Guardian Motorsports will be on the track racing for a cause.

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Southborough residents in the news: Sports stars, chess stars, and Sesame Street

January 22, 2010 09:57:06 AM
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Southborough residents — and former residents — have been making names for themselves lately. Here are some stories from around the web.

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Southborough native to star in feature-length film

January 13, 2010 04:22:20 PM
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Southborough native and Algonquin class of 1988 grad Jeff Johnson has a staring role in Possibility Picture’s feature-length film Letters to God, which is set to open this spring.

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Southborough resident helps honor fallen Marine

October 23, 2009 08:44:09 AM

Southborough resident Dan O’Rourke had two things in common with Cpl. Nicholas Xiarhos who died in Afghanistan earlier this summer: they both played football at Dennis-Yarmouth High School, and they both wore jersey #64. O’Rourke donned his #64 jersey at a tribute service to the fallen marine last weekend at Dennis-Yarmouth High School, where the […]

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In the media: Scout helping Southborough to ‘Be Prepared’

October 20, 2009 01:38:12 PM

The Metrowest Daily News has a story about Michael Rea, a member of Southborough’s Boy Scout Troop 1, who is outfitting a mobile emergency response trailer as an Eagle Scout project. “I needed to come up with an Eagle project, and I didn’t want to build another walkway or trail,” Rea said. “Nothing against those, […]

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In the media: Southborough resident using scare tactics

October 5, 2009 02:22:19 PM

Here’s a fun story from the Metrowest Daily News about Southborough resident Mike Krausert who works as the director of operations at SpookyWorld/Nightmare New England in Litchfield, New Hampshire. Krausert is responsible for creating scenes he says are “the scariest and most intense” for a Halloween park in all New England. Read more in the […]

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Thomas W. McAuliffe, longtime Southborough selectman, has died

September 16, 2009 10:55:35 AM

Former Southborough Selectman Thomas W. McAuliffe died yesterday at Beth Israel Hospital. He was 76. McAuliffe most recently lived in Dennisport, but was a longtime resident of Southborough. He served as selectman from 1970 to 1999. The hearing room at the Town House is named in his honor. Arrangements are incomplete at this time, but […]

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Jimmy Fund walkers have many ties to Southborough

September 4, 2009 09:44:42 AM

More than 8,000 people from 28 states will take part in this year’s Jimmy Fund Walk traveling routes from Hopkinton to Boston on September 13, and many of them will have Southborough on their minds. The Jimmy Fund has long been the official charity of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, and this year nearly […]

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Southborough resident holds vigil against violence

August 19, 2009 12:33:42 PM

If you drove past the intersection of Routes 30 and 85 earlier this week, you might have noticed Southborough resident Jim Shay sitting in a lawnchair at the edge of St. Mark’s field. A sign next to him announced the purpose: it was a vigil against family violence. Shay told the Metrowest Daily News, “I’m […]

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Southborough photographer exhibits at Red Barn Coffee

August 14, 2009 02:45:41 PM

If you’re stopping by Red Barn to pick up a nice iced coffee this summer, be sure to take a few minutes to look at the walls. There you’ll find a collection of photographs by Southborough resident William Short. The subject of the photographs is the landscape of Iceland. Short has a passion for Viking-age […]

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Pan Mass Challenge team rides in honor of Chief Webber

August 11, 2009 07:03:36 AM

Earlier this month more than 5,000 bicyclists journeyed their way from points across Massachusetts to Provincetown as part of the Pan-Mass Challenge, a fundraiser for cancer research. Some of those cyclists were riding in memory of Southborough’s late police chief William Webber who succumbed to pancreatic cancer last November. The team, dubbed “Billy’s Posse” included […]

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Snapshots of Southborough

August 10, 2009 02:43:48 PM

If you haven’t been following the thread on the My Southborough About page, I must call it to your attention. It’s fascinating. Several former residents who grew up in Southborough during the 1950’s — or whose parents did — have found one another via the blog. They’re putting in place the pieces of their connections and sharing […]

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