Friday, October 7, 2011

Southborough Historical Museum open on Sundays in October

October 7, 2011 04:34:52 PM
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The Southborough Historical Museum is a little-known gem in town. Nestled behind Pilgrim Church, the tiny white building – which used to be a one-room schoolhouse located at the corner of Flagg and Deerfoot Roads – holds treasures of Southborough’s past.

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Southborough authors to sign books at Heritage Day event

October 7, 2011 02:22:39 PM

Three Southborough authors will be set up at the Library on Heritage Day to sign copies of their latest books. Be sure to stop by and pick up your copies – two books for adults and one for kids – on Monday.

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Local band reunites on Saturday to honor a lost classmate

October 7, 2011 11:39:34 AM
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Reunions are happy occasions, and when Algonquin graduates from the late 1980’s gather at a bar this weekend to watch one of their favorite bands reunite, there will no shortage of laughter, shared jokes, and joyful reminiscing. At this reunion there may also be some tears.

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St. Mark’s unveils new artificial turf field

October 7, 2011 09:34:02 AM
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A couple of you asked about the construction activity over the past few months at the intersection of Route 85 and Common Street across from St. Mark’s School. The work was all to install a new artificial field, a field St. Mark’s unveiled at a recent field hockey game.

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Cavalier Coach cancels Southborough to Boston bus route

October 7, 2011 07:15:35 AM

In 2006 Cavalier Coach took over the former Gulbankians bus route the ran from downtown Southborough to Boston. Since state subsidies for the bus line ended in 2008, the company has struggled to keep the route going, and later this month they plan to end it for good.

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