A resident whose dedication to teaching tennis inspired the Town to name courts after her was seriously injured playing the sport last year. This year, 92 year old Pat Richardson was determined to get back on the courts. Thanks to support from Jeff Beane and his 8th grade students, she was able to. Read the full article → from Richardson returns to her court with a little help from some friends
Every fall, Algonquin holds musical showcases for its students to perform. This year, the Arts department can also be proud of an alumnus that released a new album. Read the full article → from NSBORO Music this fall
A charity formed by a Southborough family asks the public to join their fight against cancer by participating in an obstacle walk/run on November 4th. Read the full article → from Southborough family challenges public to “Conquer the Course”
A group of Southborough children have been holding a weekly “Talent Show” in the Town Center Plaza to raise money for Boston Children’s Hospital Read the full article → from Youth fundraising for Children’s Hospital
This spring, the Dr. Timothy P. Stone Award was given to resident Nancy Sacco (RN, BSN) and the Peggy Tuttle Award for Library Service Distinction was given to Southborough Library staff member Leah Selleck. Read the full article → from Nancy Sacco and Leah Selleck honored for service to the Town
Congratulations to the 19 Southborough residents who ran the Boston Marathon yesterday. Here are their official times and overall placement. Read the full article → from Congratulations, Southborough Boston Marathon runners!