Yesterday, the SPD announced a new program allowing the community to share relevant information about loved ones who they worry about as at risk due to certain conditions. Read the full article → from Alert SPD about “Person at Risk” due to special conditions (like Autism or memory issues) (Updated)
Earlier this month, 15 artworks were installed for Southborough’s 6th annual Art on the Trails. Now organizers are encouraging visitors to find inspiration for poetry. Read the full article → from Enjoy Art on the Trails & Submit inspired poetry
A week from Saturday, the Open Space Preservation Commission will be showing off its Native Pollinator Gardens at two special events. As long as I’m sharing that news, I also have other news that may be of interest to readers who care about gardening and/or native solutions. Read the full article → from Native Garden Tours, Native Solutions webinar, and another Seed event
Sharing an alert about a dog that has been missing since since February 9th. He has been spotted near the Southborough border of Ashland. Read the full article → from Missing Dog: Have you seen “Tukka”?
For Pride month, Southborough Youth and Family Services is again inviting the public to learn “How to Be a Sensitive and Informed LGBTQ+ Ally”. Read the full article → from How to Be a Sensitive and Informed LGBTQ+ Ally training – Thursday
If you have an opinion about a project or the kinds of projects the CPC should be focusing on, attend their public session to weigh in. Read the full article → from Community Preservation Committee holding public information hearing – June 21st