Halloween parade will not be rescheduled, but the library is celebrating Halloween all week

The annual Firefighters Association Halloween Parade originally scheduled for this past Sunday afternoon was one of the first casualties of the weekend’s snowstorm. But with trick-or-treating in Southborough moved to Saturday, November 5, several of you asked whether the parade might be rescheduled as well. Read the full article → from Halloween parade will not be rescheduled, but the library is celebrating Halloween all week

Power restored and then lost again for some Southborough residents – UPDATED

Residents along Parkerville Road south and its side streets were thrilled when their power finally came back yesterday evening after three days in the dark. So you can imagine their disappointment when power went out again a couple of hours later. It was, in the words of one Southborough resident, “a 2 hour tease.” Read the full article → from Power restored and then lost again for some Southborough residents – UPDATED

Southborough K-8 schools OPEN on Wednesday, Algonquin CLOSED

Most Southborough students will head back to school tomorrow, but for others it will be another snow day. Superintendent Charles Gobron said in a message to parents that all K-8 schools in Southborough will open tomorrow – including Finn, Woodward, Neary, and Trottier – but Algonquin will remain closed due to continuing difficult from the weekend storm. Read the full article → from Southborough K-8 schools OPEN on Wednesday, Algonquin CLOSED

Town Administrator: Contact National Grid if you’re still without power

Town Administrator Jean Kitchen said she is hopeful power will be restored to the remaining Southborough residents today. She said the best way to make sure you get your power back is to call National Grid with an outage report, even if you’ve already done so. Read the full article → from Town Administrator: Contact National Grid if you’re still without power

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