Odor issue at Chestnut Hill Farm resolved

Earlier this summer, residents living near Chestnut Hill Farm complained to the Board of Health about a strong odor of manure coming from the farm. The board had little sympathy at the time, saying the odor was not a public health risk, but Public Health Director Paul Pisinski said recently the two sides have worked together to reach a compromise. Read the full article → from Odor issue at Chestnut Hill Farm resolved

Southborough schools, athletic fields, and playgrounds to be sprayed for mosquitoes tonight

The battle against mosquitoes continues in Southborough tonight as many of the town’s schools, athletic fields and playgrounds are scheduled to be sprayed with insecticide in an effort to reduce the risk of mosquito-borne diseases including EEE and West Nile. Read the full article → from Southborough schools, athletic fields, and playgrounds to be sprayed for mosquitoes tonight

Breaking news: Southborough suspends outdoor activities due to mosquito threat (UPDATED)

Southborough’s Board of Health voted today to suspend outdoor activities and close town facilities between 6:00 pm and 6:00 am, effectively immediately. The vote, which comes on the heels of similar decisions in neighboring towns, is a response to the heightened risk of mosquito-borne illness like West Nile and EEE in our area. Read the full article → from Breaking news: Southborough suspends outdoor activities due to mosquito threat (UPDATED)

Breaking news: Mosquitoes infected with West Nile have been found in Southborough

The Central Mass Mosquito Control Project announced today mosquitoes infected with the West Nile virus were found in Southborough. The virus was detected in mosquitoes trapped on Newton Street on August 28. No cases of human infection in Southborough have been reported. Read the full article → from Breaking news: Mosquitoes infected with West Nile have been found in Southborough

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