Southborough in the news

Snow and clouds
The trail on Breakneck Hill conservation land

Quotes from stories in the local media that have a Southborough connection.

Southboro Medical to offer new services
“It was a great opportunity to do the right thing for the community.” —John Polanowicz, president and CEO of Marlborough Hospital on a recently-announced partnership with Southboro Medical Group. Under the agreement, Marlboro Hospital will move a number of services including selected ambulatory services, women’s imaging services, and chemotherapy treatments to Southboro Medical. The new services will be housed at 28 Newton St., the building behind Southboro Medical that is currently vacant. It is expected to open next fall. (Metrowest Daily News)

Breakneck Hill conservation land goes to the dogs
“We’re almost calling it the poop trail” —Community Preservation Committee member Freddie Gillespie about the trail on the Breakneck Hill conservation land. Apparently it’s a popular spot for winter dog walkers. (Daily News Tribune)

Fuel cell on the go
“They’re just better than the technology we have now. That’s the key. People aren’t going to switch to a new technology unless it’s better, more efficient.” —Jennifer Gangi of Fuel Cells 2000 on the latest development by Southborough-based Protonex Technology Corp — a portable fuel cell aimed at RV owners. (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)

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