The Nichols House is an historic home that sits just outside the gates of the Fayville Dam (map). It’s owned by the MWRA, and for a while now the town has been trying to convince the water authority to donate the home for use as an historical museum. But earlier this summer, the MWRA decided Read the full article → from Water authority rejects plan for Nichols House
That’s a question both the Municipal Facilities Committee and the Historical Commission are asking, but their answers are at different ends of the spectrum. There are currently two plans on the table for a new police station, one calls for the existing building to be demolished and replaced, the other is a renovation of the Read the full article → from Should the police station be torn down?
The Southborough Historical Museum has permanent collections on the town’s past, and this month they’ve added a few holiday exhibits. You’ll find not only artifacts from Christmases past, but gifts and trinkets for Christmas present. The museum is typically open on Monday and Tuesday mornings 10:00 am – 12:00 pm, and Wednesday evenings 6:30 – Read the full article → from Images of Christmas past
From Wicked Local Southborough: “By popular demand, Nick Noble’s nearly 500-page “Fences of Stone,” chronicling Southborough’s history from 1690 to to 1990, is being reprinted in paperback as a fundraiser for the Southborough Historical Society.” Full story. More information at the Southborough Historical Society website. Read the full article → from Southborough Historical Society reprints "Fences of Stone"