Media round-up: Southborough in the news

There have been a number of Southborough-related stories in the local media lately. In case you haven’t seen them, here’s a round-up.

Southborough family in limbo over drinking water (Metrowest Daily News)
Clean drinking water surrounds the Haas family’s Clemmons Street home, but they’ll get sick if they drink the water that flows from their faucet. (read more)

Southborough woman pedals to keep pounds away (Metrowest Daily News)
The voice on the other end of the line sounded confident as Robin Cyr recalled the old days when she weighed more than 380 pounds. (read more)

Chiefs recall Webber in Walk (Worcester Telegram & Gazette)
The Massachusetts Chiefs of Police chose the Jimmy Fund as their official charity in 1953, but today also walk to remember William Webber, the Southboro police chief who died two years ago after a battle with pancreatic cancer. (read more)

Third man indicted for Hyannis murder (CapeCodOnline.com)
A Southboro man has become the third member of his family indicted by a Barnstable grand jury for the murder of a Framingham man in Hyannis last year. (read more)

Red Roof’s problems roost in Bay State (Boston Business Journal)
Three local properties — in Woburn, Mansfield and Southborough — have been lumped into the foreclosure proceedings plaguing the Ohio-based Red Roof Inn hotel chain. (read more)

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