Thanks a million

Last week My Southborough reached an exciting — and in my mind, remarkable — milestone. In the 2-1/2 years this blog has been around, its pages have now been viewed more than one million times. One million times!

For something that started as a whim, the response to this blog has been beyond my wildest expectations. While it’s nice to see the page views tick up day after day, what’s most gratifying is how the blog has become part of the conversation in Southborough. I love that a large percentage of the stories I post are suggested by readers. I love that when I meet people around town they want to talk about things they read on the blog. And I love that when residents have something to say, many of them come here to say it.

I’m also grateful for the continued support of all the wonderful My Southborough sponsors who help keep this site running. Southborough has so many fabulous businesses, and I encourage you to support them all.

Finally, I’m grateful to all of you who visit the blog every day as a way to stay connected to what’s happening in town. Some of you are relatively new readers to the blog (welcome!), and some of you have been with me since the beginning (hi, Mom!). To all of you who have helped make this site the vibrant community it is, thank you.

A million times, thank you.

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12 years ago

Not all of us are residents and I do love reading about Southborough which was so much a part of my life, and still is with subbing since I retired.
Keep up the good work Sue.

John Kendall
12 years ago
Reply to  Steve WAMBACK

Some of us still live here, and some of us still remember you Mr. Wamback!

Eileen Samberg
12 years ago

And thank you for such an outstanding job!

Sue Williams Wright
12 years ago

Even though I have not lived in Southborough for more years than I wish to admit, it will always be home. Thanks for making this link to our town.

Papa Rosa
12 years ago


12 years ago

I am another of those who has since left Southborough, but it will always hold a special place in my heart and I love to hear about what’s going on around town. As an added plus, I only moved to the “North” borough, so I am still very close by!

Pat Q
12 years ago

Congratulations Susan! We love your work and your photographs.

Anita Reeder
12 years ago

Thank you so much for taking on this huge undertaking, Sue! It is wonderful to receive heads up information and updates on issues involving town matters, especially in such a timely manner! Waiting for the Villager to come on Friday to hear what is going on in town has always been an exercise in patience :-) I truly appreciate your unbiased reporting, as well. “Give us the facts, just the facts” is my kind of reporting. Letting us draw our own conclusions is so much better than the usual media slant we receive. Thank you!

And yes, many of us remember you, Mr. Wamback! Happy retirement!!

Yiwei Sun
12 years ago

Congratulations! We moved to Southborough in Feb 2010 and your blog has been my daily read!!! Many thanks to you!!!

12 years ago

Thanks for taking the time to do this. It is really a wonderful thing. I hope you continue to keep up with it. It means a lot many of us in town.

Mike Hanigan
12 years ago

Thank you Susan!

Jean Tower
12 years ago

Keep up the good work – your posts are amazingly good.

12 years ago

I also enjoy reading this blog, congratulations for doing such a fine job of it!

12 years ago

Hi Susan,
Thanks for the great work.
Could you please install the wp-touch plugin so that the blog can be easily viewed through mobile devices.

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