Southborough residents collecting donations for hurricane victims: Here’s how you can help

As of Thursday night, power was restored to all residents of Southborough. Schools are back in session, town offices are open, and downed trees are being cut up and carted away. Life may be returning to normal in Southborough, but it will be some time before those most impacted by Hurricane Sandy will be able to say the same. Read the full article → from Southborough residents collecting donations for hurricane victims: Here’s how you can help

Southborough police urge caution when trick-or-treating tonight (UPDATED)

For the second year in a row, Halloween trick-or-treating was at risk thanks to a major weather event (last year Snowtober, this year Frankenstorm). But unlike last year, Southborough officials have decided not to postpone tonight’s Halloween celebration. Read the full article → from Southborough police urge caution when trick-or-treating tonight (UPDATED)

Rooney: National Grid understaffed for storm response; Halloween will not be canceled

In a statement released just a short time ago, Chairman of the Board of Selectmen John Rooney said National Grid is still assessing damage for many of those who remain without power tonight. While Rooney commended National Grid for improvements made after storms a year ago, he said the utility appears to be suffering from “an utter lack of manpower” in its response to Hurricane Sandy. Read the full article → from Rooney: National Grid understaffed for storm response; Halloween will not be canceled

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