Your latest collection of stories in the local media that have a Southborough connection.
Local allergists say it’s ‘the perfect weather for pollen’ (Metrowest Daily News) “My patients who have had mild allergies in years past are absolutely miserable this year.” -Allergist Dr. Michele Gottlieb of the Southboro Medical Group on a particularly brutal allergy season.
Southborough food stand takes bite out of the recession (Metrowest Daily News) “People are looking for an affordable lunch. I don’t think people can afford to go to the pizza places and sub shops on Rte. 9.” -Bob Bartolini, owner of The Recession Stand, a new hot dog stand at 169 Boston Road (map).
Goodbye forever: Last days of Hudson Catholic (Worcester Telegram & Gazette) “I think I’m going to be just fine.” -Southborough resident Robby Cato, a junior at Hudson Catholic High School. Hudson Catholic will permanently close its doors at the end of the month. Cato will transfer to Algonquin for his senior year.
In hard times, food pantry serving a four-footed need (Boston Globe) “I knew from my own experience as an officer that people sometimes can’t afford to feed their own animals. I knew that the shelters were filling up. People couldn’t afford to feed their pets, and that’s where I got the idea.” -Officer Meredith Lobur of the Southborough Police Department on the food pantry for pets she organizes in town.
Other stories with Southborough ties
- Diabetes Program opens for local community (Community Advocate)
- Southboro Auto Tech (Community Advocate)
- Southborough fuel cell maker lands contract (Worcester Business Journal)
- Jury’s out on who can serve (Boston Herald)
- Hummer to tread on new terrority: China (Boston Herald)