It’s time for a periodic roundup of Southborough residents who have made the news lately. If you know of any I missed, given them a shout out in the comments.
Twice the fright (Boston Globe)
Thanks to the efforts of Mike “Tattoo’’ Krausert of Southborough, Fenway Park will be transformed as never before this Halloween season. Krausert, who has been director of Spookyworld’s Nightmare New England in Litchfield, N.H., since 2008, said he is looking forward to sharing the experience with a new audience during the 10-day run in Boston, from Oct. 28 through Nov. 6. (read more)
Southborough tourism company focuses on Costa Rica (Metrowest Daily News)
It’s easy to fall in love with Costa Rica. All you have to do is visit. Nicole Engel did just that and became so enamored with the place that she started a tourism company focusing on the Central American country called Absolute Experts of Costa Rica. (read more)
Movers & Shakers for Oct. 2, 2011 (Metrowest Daily News)
Dr. Paul L. Hart of Southborough has been honored by the Massachusetts Medical Society with its 2011 Senior Volunteer Physician Award, an honor recognizing a senior member of the society who has shown a dedicated commitment to volunteerism and to sharing experience and medical expertise. (read more)