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Archived Page 38

January 27, 2008  to  February 2, 2008

Red Roof Incident

February 2, 2008 - Sergeant Moran and Officer Kevin Landry speak with a representative of Ted's Towing about the suspect's vehicle that would be towed to the Southborough Police Station late this afternoon.  The incident began at the Red Roof Inn at 367 Turnpike Road, Southborough when officers went to a room to serve an arrest warrant.  Eventually two persons, one female and one male were arrested and transported to the Southborough Police Station.  Southborough Police were aided by the Massachusetts State Police and Westborough Police.  Southborough Fire Department personnel were called to the scene after a five gallon container of gasoline was found under the bumper of the car.  MA State Police bomb squad assisted with making sure the room where the occupants were arrested was clear.  More information will be forthcoming.

New York Avenue spill

February 2, 2008 - Crews arriving at work at Penske discovered at approximately 260 gallons of engine oil was released from a dispensing system at the fueling island. Employees immediately worked to contain the release and notified the Fire Department. Firefighters used absorbent material to stop the spread of the release.

A majority of the release was contained within the catch basis and oil/water separator on site. Framingham Fire was notified as the site straddles both communities. The Framingham DPW responded to ensure that the oil did not enter the drainage system. Massachusetts DEP as well as Penske’s clean-up responded.

 

The ASSABET VALLEY MASTERSINGERS

CHORAL CONCERT

Saturday, March 8th, 2008

8 PM

YE SHALL HAVE A SONG!

An exciting and eclectic program of choral classics

ASSABET VALLEY MASTERSINGERS

Robert P. Eaton, Artistic Director

Saint Mary’s Church

640 Main St. at Summer St., Shrewsbury

********************************************************************

Repeat Performance

Sunday, March 9th, 2008

3:30 PM

Saint Mark’s School

25 Marlboro Road (Route 85), Southboro

 

Accessible to the physically challenged

Assistive listening systems available

Large print programs

Tickets: $15; $12 Students/Seniors

Advanced sale discount $1

Information: (978)-562-9838 or www.avmsingers.org 

I Love You Valentines

February 2, 2008 - The Southborough Library hosted a Valentine Party this morning with many youngsters making pretty cards for moms, dads and favorite family members.

Sand Pile

February 1, 2008 - Sand is needed again today as early afternoon sleeting turned roads a bit icy.

The Southborough Fire Department is aware that donations are being solicited via telephone for a local fire organization.

The Southborough Fire Department, members of the Department, the Fire Union and/or the Firefighters Association are NOT CURRENTLY SEEKING DONATIONS OR FUNDS OF ANY KIND THROUGH A TELEPHONE SOLICITATION.

Sunny Skies/Red Barn

February 1, 2008 - Scenic Barn on Chestnut Hill Road.

February 1 & 2, 2008 Algonquin Regional High School Sports

 

 
Boys Freshman Basketball @ **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   3:30PM
 Coed Varsity Swimming @ **Postponed - Wachusett Regional H.S. Jewish 3:30PM
 Girls Freshman Basketball VS **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   4:00PM
 Girls Varsity Ice Hockey @ **Postponed - Peabody Vet. Memorial HS McVann O'Keefe 5:15PM
 Girls JV Basketball VS **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   5:30PM
 Boys Varsity Basketball @ **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   7:00PM
 Girls Varsity Basketball VS **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   7:00PM

Saturday

Boys Varsity Indoor Track @ MSTCA INVITATIONAL @RLC Reggie Lewis 9:30AM  
 Girls Varsity Indoor Track @ MSTCA INVITATIONAL @RLC Reggie Lewis 9:30AM  
 Girls Varsity Gymnastics VS MARLBORO/HUDSON/WACHUSETT Algonquin 11:00AM  
 Boys Freshman Basketball VS Shrewsbury High School   3:30PM  
 Girls Freshman Basketball @ Shrewsbury High School   3:30PM  
 Boys Varsity Ice Hockey VS Gardner High School Northstar 4:10PM  
 Girls JV Basketball @ Shrewsbury High School   5:00PM  
 Boys JV Basketball VS **Postponed - Shrewsbury High School   5:00PM  
 Coed JV Swimming @ Bromfield School Harvard Ridge 6:00PM  
 Boys Varsity Basketball VS Shrewsbury High School   7:00PM  
 Girls Varsity Basketball @ Shrewsbury High School   7:00PM
February 1 & 2, 2008 Assabet Valley Regional High School Sports
 Girls JV Basketball @ **Postponed - Worcester Technical H.S.    3:30PM  
 Girls Varsity Basketball @ **Postponed - Worcester Technical H.S.    5:00PM  
 Boys JV Basketball VS **Postponed - Worcester Technical H.S. Gym 5:30PM  
 Boys Varsity Basketball VS **Postponed - Worcester Technical H.S. Gym 7:00PM

Saturday

Boys Varsity Ice Hockey VS Blackstone-Millville Reg New England 7:40PM
 
Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop

Shop for that special Valentine. 

Click here for website

Candies, Valentine Cards, Roses, Flower Arrangements, Unique Gifts. Find them all at Gulbankian's.

Conveniently located at the intersection of Route 85 and Mt. Vickery Roads.

The Vintage Snowmobile Ride Scheduled for

tomorrow at the Spenser 4H grounds has been

cancelled due to lack of snow in the area.

Looking East from Deerfoot Road

January 31, 2008 - Ice was wearing away yesterday on the MWRA Aqueduct.

 

Valentine Party

Southborough Library

All Ages

February 2, 2008

11:00 AM

 

Have you decorated your home or yard for the SuperBowl? Share your a photo of your New England Patriots support with the Southborough News and its readers. Send photos to editor@southboroughnews.com

Annemarie's Dance Centre

A Southborough News Advertiser, please support our advertisers

January 31, 2008 - Annemarie's Dance Centre recently celebrated their thirtieth season this past December.  Students of the dance centre participated in Fashion shows, country line dancing, a Nutcracker performance and choreographed dances.  Classes are from preschool up and including adult in a variety of disciplines.   Offered are Classical Ballet, tap, pointe, jazz, hip hop and modern dance.  Annemarie's Dance Centre also hosts an art program, summer programs and the performance company "The Movement Project".  To learn more about Anne Marie's Dance Centre and the dance classes offered click here.

Annemarie's Dance Centre is conveniently located just three miles from the Southborough Town line.  Take Oak Hill Road or Southville Road to Ashland's Cordaville Road.  Cordaville Road turns to Pleasant Street after crossing the river. Take a right onto Tilton Street and another Right onto Cherry Street. Annemarie's Dance Centre is located on your right just across the railroad tracks and across from Stone Park, Ashland.

Fri Mar 7
7:30 PM
Steeple Coffeehouse
Pilgrim Church

15 Common St.
Southborough, MA 01772
508.485.4847
$17 (or $14 in advance) TICKETS: Call the number listed, leave your name, number, and number of tickets. NY female Americana trio Red Molly plays roots/Americana/bluegrass music featuring three-part harmonies and banjo, Dobro and guitar.  Marc Douglas Berardo opens the show.
www.redmolly.com
www.steeplecoffeehouse.org
"Everything Red Molly sings is delivered with tick-tight arrangements, crystalline vocals, and caramel harmonies. But what is most striking is the ardor they bring to everything they do, whether snuggling into the sweet parochialism of an old spiritual, or the gritty pathos of a Gillian Welch tune. They come on less like stars strutting for their minions than pals sharing their favorite songs. In the friendly world of the coffeehouse, that remains a starmaking quality."
-Scott Alarik, The Boston Globe

January 31, 2008 Algonquin Regional High School Sports
 Coed Varsity Ski @ GIANT SLALOM RACE Nashoba Valley 3:30PM  
 Girls Varsity Gymnastics VS Westboro High School Algonquin 7:00PM
January 31, 2008 Assabet Valley Regional High School Sports
  pictures for ice hockey New England 3:20PM
 

Red Light Green Light

January 30, 2008 - Commuters traveling Route 85 and Richards Road should be aware that the traffic signals are now up and running in complete cycles.  No more blinking lights.

 

3rd Annual Faculty vs. Student Basketball Game

Thursday, March 27th at 6:30 p.m.

Algonquin High School Gym

 

Come watch your favorite teachers

match up against the Varsity Girls and Boys Basketball Players

for a basketball game you won't want to miss!

 

Raffles, prizes, food and a great game of hoops!

50/50 raffle

Awesome basket raffle including iPod basket, New England Sports basket, Revolution basket,

Movie night basket, Spa basket and much more!!!

Baskets will be on display during lunches 3/24 thru 3/27

Student Admission: $2.00

Adult Admission: $5.00

Seniors Admission $2.00

Show your student I.D. to be entered to win a $50 Best Buy Gift Card

Congratulations to the ARHS Girl's Basketball Team

Photo by Chris Wraight

SVT’s On-Line Auction opens this Friday February 1.

Win some great items while supporting conservation in your community.

Sudbury Valley Trustees hosts its second annual on-line auction, starting this Friday February 1 and ending the following Friday February 8. Items up for bid include:

Two tickets to see the 2007 World Series Champion Boston Red Sox

Bose Wave Radio

Two tickets for the Boston Ballet’s performance of Romeo and Juliet

A unique opportunity to paddle and dine with SVT Executive Director Ron McAdow along the Sudbury, Assabet, and/or Concord Rivers

Beautiful nature photography from Wayland’s Bill Kantor and Sudbury’s David Blohm. Both are previous winners of SVT’s Photography Contest

VIP Billiards Party for up to 24 people at Jillian’s Billiards in Worcester

Women’s Bog Waterproof Boots

An autographed baseball from Boston Red Sox starting shortstop Julio Luogo

Tennis for up to four people at the famed Longwood Cricket Club

All items have been donated. 100% of your winning bid helps support SVT’s conservation efforts in the Sudbury, Assabet, and Concord River Basin.

More details and information are available at www.svtweb.org Questions can be directed to Michael Sanders, Assistant Director of Development, Sudbury Valley Trustees, 978-443-5588, x11 or msanders@svtweb.org

FREE PORTRAIT SESSIONS TO BENEFIT SMILING KIDS

If your New Year resolution was to  1) save money  2) help others  3)
buy art that speaks to you, or 4) show your kids you love them, you can
meet your goal with a FREE portrait session during the month of February
by The Robbs Portraiture in Wayland. Portrait sessions can take place at
the Robbs studio, at your home, outdoors, or elsewhere. Sessions can be
any length and can include entire families, extended families,
individuals, even pets!  A percentage of print sales from all Free
February sessions will be donated to Smiling Kids Inc., a non profit
organization based in Southborough, which provides birthday gifts and
other means of support to children and teens in need. Information can be
found at www.smilingkidsinc.org and www.robbportraits.com. The Robbs can
be reached at 508-655-5870 or at Robbportraits@comcast.net.  Please
mention the Free February offer!
 

Need more room or have been dreaming of making that single story home into a two story? Want to renovate current space in your home?  How about adding a garage with a master bedroom, walk in closets and spa bathroom? .  Contact Jeanette Thomson, AIA, a local Architect to help you with your plans. Click the ad to the left to find out more about Jeanette Thomson, AIA of Thomson Architects, Inc.

January 30, 2008 Algonquin Regional High School Sports

no events scheduled

January 30, 2008 Assabet Valley Regional High School Sports
Girls Freshman Basketball @ Montachustt Regvochs    3:30PM
 
Party with a Purpose

January 29, 2008 - Smiling Kids, Inc., a 501(c)(3) charity located right here in Southborough is proud to accept donations from children’s birthday celebrations such as the one above. By hosting a Smiling Kids Party with a Purpose, families raise money that will be used to buy birthday presents for children in need.  In lieu of gifts, their guests are invited to bring a donation for the charity. The Birthday child then presents the donations to Smiling Kids and receives an official “Certificate of Smiles” for his/her great work. In addition to Smiling Kid’s core mission described below, the founders feel it is so important for children to understand that not everyone has a big birthday party and whatever the age, kids can help other kids. This program was introduced in 2006 and a total of 12 parties were hosted. In 2007, more than 50 parties participated and Smiling Kids hope to continue to expand this program. If you are interested in hosting a Smiling Kids Party with a Purpose or would like more information, you can call 508-281-0069 or email information@smilingkidsinc.org

100% of all donations received by Smiling Kids go directly towards the Birthday Smiles program. This program fills such a simple but important need - recognition on a child's birthday. Smiling Kids supplies a $35 giftcard, it is simple but significant to a child on their Birthday. What they have learned after being able to provide this program to families year after year is that this program is something that comes as an emotional relief for the parents/guardians of the children enrolled. Something to count on when many services are being eliminated altogether. Smiling Kids works with more than 27 communities in Massachusetts and will supply more than 2700 birthday giftcards this year. The social service partners Smiling Kids work with just love having something positive to focus on with their clients instead of always talking about what they don't have. For more information about Smiling Kids, log on to their website at www.smilingkidsinc.org

beeWhat’s all the buzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz?

 Southborough Education Foundation (SEF) is hosting a Town Spelling Bee

aBee a part of the buzz!

Come join fellow students, teachers, school administrators, town officials, Southborough Firefighters and others!

b Saturday, March 15 from 7-8:30
Trottier Auditorium,
Admission $2 per person, $5 per family

c Why bee a part of the buzz? This event will fund new educational programs at Finn, Woodward, Neary, Trottier and Algonquin and we need you!

d  Bee a Team or Sponsor a Team: Create or sponsor your own team of 3 individuals of friends, neighbors, sports teams, coaches, book clubs, church…you get the idea.

e Bee a Word Sponsor: Can’t swarm up a team but want to show your support?

    • Bee a friend and come cheer on your favorite team.
    • Sponsor a brain-boggling word and we’ll try to incorporate it into the Spelling Bee.
    • Just print, complete, and mail the reverse side Spelling Bee Registration and Sponsor Form by Feb 15th.
    • For more information on the Southborough Education Foundation Click here

Snowmobile Fun

     January 29, 2008 - Some people think of snowmobiles as a machine that became available for recreation in the latter half of the 1900’s. But snowmobiles have been around since about 1916 when Ray H. Muscott of Michigan applied for a patent to build his snow machine that would use a rear track and front skis. Later owners of model T’s would place this contraption on their vehicles in the winter time. Early snowmobiles and these car type snow machines were used for delivering mail and getting into the back woods in winter time to log forests. Eventually snow machines split into two factions one that would eventually morph into what is now considered a Bombardier or Snowcat similar to what is used in Artic/Antarctic and Mt. Washington that can carry several people over frozen ice and snow. The other faction chose to make the snow machine and individual machine.

     Several people in Minnesota were the first to develop the early single person snow machine in the early 1950’s. These machines were bulky and slow. But by 1959 engine designs became lighter and smaller. Bombardier invented the first open-cockpit single or two passenger snow machines that year. Polaris, Bombardier led the way amongst hundreds of snowmobile makers by early 1970. Today there are only several manufacturers of snowmobiles including Ski Doo, Artic Cat, Yamaha and Polaris in the North American market.

     Snowmobiles over the years have gone through a metamorphous of styles, size, sleekness and speed. New snowmobiles, especially those used in racing, can reach speeds of over 150 MPH. Although still a workhorse of the snow country, snowmobiles have become a recreational sport. Snowmobiling in the North Country can account for much of the economic boosts communities see in a year. With trails running as far as into Canada, villages along the way use this time of year to make their money in rentals, beds and breakfasts, food supplies, restaurants etc.

     This Saturday, February 2, the Massachusetts Vintage Snowmobile Club is sponsoring a vintage ride at Spencer 4H Camp in Spencer, MA. Terry and Andy Holland from Southborough are very active in this club and will be there. Avid Snowmobilers, they ride throughout Massachusetts, New Hampshire and Maine. Last year Terry was named the Massachusetts Snowmobiler of the Year and competed for the national title for Snowmobiler of the Year. Meanwhile Andy creates You tube videos of their rides and events. Check them out by clicking the links below.

Snowmobile 1       Snowmobile2

For more information on the Snowmobile Association of Massachusetts Click Here

Winter Programs @ the Southborough Public Library

     The annual Valentine’s Party will be held on Saturday, February 2nd at 11:00 for all ages. On February 20th at 2:00, the Museum of Science will present live reptiles for children in preschool through grade one. On February 23rd at 2:00, families can hear author and storyteller Mark Binder with Silly Stories for a Chilly Day. February 27th at 10:30, the New York Life Insurance Company will be hosting a free workshop for parents and kids about “Raising Financially Responsible Children”. These programs are generously funded by the Friends of the Southborough Public Library. Please call the library to register at 508-485-5031.

     Parents are invited to sign their children up for Story and Craft programs in the Children’s Room. Story and Craft meets on Mondays at 10:30 for four and five year olds, Tuesdays at 10:30 for two and three year olds and Wednesdays at 10:30 for two through five year olds. The next winter Story and Craft sessions will be held March 3rd through April 10th.

     Music and Mother Goose is for babies, one and two year olds and meets every Thursday at 11:00 and every other Saturday at 11:00. No registration is necessary.

    There are new programs at the library for older children. Knitting classes are held every Wednesday afternoon at 3:30 and are conducted by talented volunteers from the Senior Center. Parents and children in grades three and up are encouraged to take advantage of this wonderful opportunity to learn a new skill. Book Nook is for 4th-6th graders and meets once a month. Discuss great books, enjoy pizza and play games. Children in grades two and three are welcome to come to the Book Club that meets every other Monday at 3:30. Visit the library’s website at http://www.southboroughtown.com/library.htm to view the February calendar.

January 29, 2008 Algonquin Regional High School Sports

Boys

Freshman

Basketball

@

Leominster High School

 

4:00PM

 

 Girls

Freshman

Basketball

VS

Leominster High School

 

4:00PM

 

 Boys

JV

Basketball

@

Leominster High School

 

5:30PM

 

 Girls

JV

Basketball

VS

Leominster High School

 

5:30PM

 

 Boys

Varsity

Basketball

@

Leominster High School

 

7:00PM

 

 Girls

Varsity

Basketball

VS

Leominster High School

 

7:00PM

January 29, 2008 Assabet Valley Regional High School Sports

Girls

JV

Basketball

@

Bay Path Regtechhs 

 

3:30PM

 

 Girls

Varsity

Basketball

@

Bay Path Regtechhs 

 

5:00PM

 

 Boys

JV

Basketball

VS

Bay Path Regtechhs

Gym

5:30PM

 

 Boys

Varsity

Basketball

VS

Bay Path Regtechhs

Gym

7:00PM

 

 Boys

JV

Ice Hockey

@

Holliston High School

North Star

8:05PM

Girls Basketball team hosted the Red Sox World Series Trophies

January 28, 2008 - Thanks to Chris Wraight for forwarding these photos from the fundraiser for the ARHS Girls Basketball teams at Algonquin this weekend.

 

 

 

The Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Results are in.

Congratulations to all the racers!

 

 

 

 

Southborough Cub Scout Pinewood Derby Championship

Place

First Name

Last Name

Pack #

1st

Brett

Ober

Pack 1

2nd

Jerry

McGuire

Pack 1

3rd

Chase

McGuire

Pack 1

4th

Eric

Green

Pack 26

5th

Stephen

Dahlstrom

Pack 26

6th

Mitchell

Austvold

Pack 26

7th

Dylon

Logan

Pack 921

8th

Michael

Robertson

Pack 921

Southborough meetings

January 28 - February 1, 2008

Meeting

Date

Time

Where

Advisory Committee 1/28 7:30 PM upper Hall Cordaville Hall
Capital Budget Planning Committee 1/28 7:00 PM Country Kitchen Cordaville Hall
Municipal Facilities Committee 1/28 7:30 PM Upper Hall Cordaville Hall
Northborough Southborough Regional School Committee 1/28 7:00 PM Library Algonquin Regional High School
Planning Board Agenda 1/28 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town House

Board of Selectmen Agenda

1/29

7:00 PM

Hearing room Town House

ADA Committee 1/29 10:00 AM Town Admin Office Town House

Operational Budget Subcommittee of Northborough Southborough Regional School Committee

1/29

7:00 PM

Supt. Office 53 Parkerville Road

Recreation Commission 1/29 6:45 PM Hearing Room, Town House
Algonquin Bldg. Committee 1/30 5:30 PM Principal's Conference Room, ARHS
Open Space Preservation 1/30 7:00 PM Hearing Room Town House
Master Plan Steering Committee 1/31 6:30 PM Hearing Room Town House
Squirrel Entertainment

  

January 28, 2008 - This Squirrel entertained us for about an hour on our porch this weekend.

Upcoming Library Events

Route 85 Warning Sign

January 28, 2008 - This sign sits by the MA pike overpass along Route 85 warning commuters of the new set of lights working at Route 85 and Richards Road.

Senior Center Weekly Schedule

Monday 29

Tuesday 29

Wednesday  30

Thursday 31

Friday 1

8:30 Health Clinic 7:45 Walking Group   8:30 Health Clinic

10:00 Lunch with Bemis

9:30 Cribbage     9:30 Mah Jongg  
11:00 Origami 11:00 Senior Singers

10:00 AM Pool

10:00 Creative Writers

 
12:00 Blue Plate Special American Chop Suey 11:30 AM Lunch  

11:30 AM Lunch

11:00 AM chair exercise

@ Colonial Gardens

12:00 Book Club 12:00 Ping Pong 12:00 PM Lunch 12:00 Ping Pong

 

12:00 Lunch

12:15 PM Pitch

12:00 There is a Bridge, Alzheimer's program

12:15 PM Pitch

12:00 PM Lunch
2:00 fitness

1:00 PM scrabble

2:00 Fitness

1:00 PM bridge

 
  1:00 pm water aerobics     1:00 PM water aerobics
January 28, 2008 Algonquin Regional High School Sports

no events scheduled

January 28, 2008 Assabet Valley Regional High School Sports

no events scheduled

Proud dad and son

Congratulations to Brett for placing First in the Pinewood Derby this weekend.

 

January 27, 2008 - Steve and Brett Ober wait until the final races of the day at the Cub scout Pinewood Derby.  Bret's car was among the fastest of the day.  Left photo, a few of the finalists line up near their cars.

Southborough News welcomes a New Advertiser

Welcome to Captain Hubley's Cabin.  Located on thirteen undeveloped acres with pines, spruces, cranberry bog, fields to play ball, semi-private beach and more on the Northumberland Strait shore at Point Prim, Prince Edward Island.  The cabin is offered for seasonal and off season rentals.  With three bedrooms it can easily sleep six people.  Kitchen appliances include a microwave, coffeepot, freezer/fridge, toaster, stove, flatware, dishes, pots and pans.  Rental also includes linens and towels.  Relax and sit back on the deck or porch with awesome views toward Nova Scotia.

Local attractions are Green Gables, Lighthouse tour, Selkirk Provincial Park, Belfast Highland Greens Golf Course, Charlottetown, Montague, Brudenell River, Dundarave and the links at  Crowbush Cove: a few of the finest 18-hole golf courses in Canada.  For restaurants there are Tina's Country Cupboard restaurants, Chowder House Restaurant, or buy your own food at Cooper's Grocery Store.  Abundant fresh seafood and lobster available in the area.

Bring your camera and binoculars for spectacular scenery and lots of wildlife and birding activity nearby.  Captain Hubley's seaside Cabin is owned and lovingly maintained by Bud and Martha Hubley of Hopkinton and their children Beth, Chickie, Mike, Steve, Eric, Billy and their families.  Bud Hubley is the brother of the late George Hubley, Sr. of Southborough.  The Hubley family welcome you to make it an annual family trip and enjoy the scenery and relaxing atmosphere of Prince Edward Island, Canada.  Click here for more information.

     

Police Log

January 22, 2008 Tuesday

20:12 CO Detector Southville Road

18:30 DPW sand

18:14 Fire Alarm Trottier High School

18:05 Commercial Alarm Northborough Road

17:53 Marlboro Road and Ledgehill Road car stuck on snow bank

16:33 CO Bantry road

14:39 Lost cell phone Moulton Road

14:34 medical Vickery Hill

13:59 Person stuck in elevator route 9

14:55 911 hang-ups, Cordaville Road

13:43 Person Stuck in elevator route 9

12:54 residential alarm Sears Road

12:50 Child Safety Seat installation

11:01 lights out at Boston Road and Central Street, power outage

10:49 child Safety seat installation

09:11 medical Gilmore Road

08:58 suspicious activity Breakneck Hill Road

08:30 MVA Harvest Lane and Willow Street

06:14 ACO dead deer Graystone and Pinehill Road

03:18 ACO Constitution, Loose black dog barking

02:43 Prisoner check

02:21 medical Ted Lane

January 20, 2008 Sunday

Building and patrol checks

22:30 suspicious activity car off road Northboro Road

22:28 suspicious activity Andrews Way strange person in driveway

13:24 Child Safety Seat installation

13:22 Child Safety Seat installation

09:12 Residential alarm Pine Hill Road

08:32 fire alarm Boston Road

03:05 ACO dead coyote Boston Road

00:34 suspicious activity white male w/backpack Cross Street

Speeding Framingham Road, route 9  More Police Log

Band practice

January 27, 2008 - The Pinewood Derby even had live music to entertain the scouts along with plenty of food and Girl scout cookie sales.

Community Support

Members of the Southborough Police Department wish to thank the Southborough Community for assisting with outfitting two homes at Colonial Gardens for some special people that needed some extra care just before Christmas.  The Police department received an outpouring of items needed.  The family's dog is in very good hands and the family has adjusted to living without the dog but get to see him often.  Sergeant Moran of the Southborough Police has asked if anyone has extra end tables, lamps, a coffee table and some extra drapes and curtains for a bedroom and a living room could you please drop the items off at the Southborough Police Station.  The family would also like to have a used computer if someone is looking for a place to drop off an older working computer they could call the Police Department at 508 - 485 - 2147.

 

 SOUTHBOROUGH FIRE DEPARTMENT
DAILY LOG


Tuesday 1/15/08

06:33 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ FLAGG RD
A29 FF RICE FF AMENDOLA
C30 LT PELTIER

07:44 LOCK IN OR LOCK OUT MAIN ST
HQ3 LT PELTIER FF AMENDOLA FF PIERCE FF AMENDOLA

13:30 OIL BURNER MIDDLE RD
C27 CAPT MAURO

16:19 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ2 FF STRONG FF KANE FF RICE FF SHANAHAN


Wednesday 1/16/08

15:28 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST GROUND LADDER TRAINING
HQ3 LT PELTIER FF FRANKS FF PIERCE FF AMENDOLA

17:15 GAS LEAK (NATURAL GAS OR LPG)PARTRIDGE HILL RD
A29 FF FRANKS FF PIERCE
E23 LT PELTIER FF AMENDOLA

17:30 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ TURNPIKE RD
A29 LT PELTIER FF PIERCE
E23 FF FRANKS FF AMENDOLA

17:45 WIRES DOWN TED LN
E23 FF AMENDOLA FF CRINGAN

19:24 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ LEARNED ST
A29 FF PIERCE FF CRINGAN
C30 LT PELTIER FF HOGAN


Thursday 1/17/08

09:03 MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENT MARLBORO RD and SEARS RD SOH
A29 FF WILLS FF SHANAHAN
C27 CAPT MAURO
E23 FF ASPESI FF CRINGAN

13:03 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ ROCKPOINT RD
A29 FF WILLS FF CRINGAN
C30 FF ASPESI

13:30 SMOKE DETECTOR, RESALE FOLEY DR
C27 CAPT MAURO

15:00 SMOKE DETECTOR NEW CONSTRUCT FOX HILL LN
C27 CAPT MAURO

15:29 WIRES DOWN TED LN
E21 FF ASPESI FF CRINGAN

20:03 AMBULANCE MUTUAL AID-GIVEN MAIN ST
A29 FF WILLS FF CRINGAN EMT GLECKEL

21:48 TRAINING - OTHER MAIN ST
HQ4 FF ASPESI FF SHANAHAN FF WILLS


Friday 1/18/08

04:16 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ ROCKPOINT RD
A29 FF WILLS FF COBB
C30 FF ASPESI

07:22 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ1 LT DANO FF ROACH FF COBB FF NEAL

08:33 GAS LEAK (NATURAL GAS OR LPG) PARKERVILLE RD
C20 CHIEF MAURO
E21 LT PELTIER FF NEAL
E23 LT DANO FF ROACH

09:30 SITE PLAN REVIEW COMMON ST CONDUCTED SITE PLAN REVIEW FOR 2 SOUTHVILLE ROAD
C20 CHIEF MAURO

10:04 GAS LEAK (NATURAL GAS OR LPG) RICHARDS RD
C20 CHIEF MAURO
E21 LT PELTIER FF NEAL

10:14 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ1 LT DANO FF ROACH FF COBB FF NEAL

12:05 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ MAIN ST
A29 FF NEAL FF ROACH
C30 LT DANO

14:00 ADMINISTRATION MEETING PARKERVILLE RD
C20 CHIEF MAURO

15:36 VEH ACCIDENT W/INJURIES FISHER RD
A29 FF NEAL LT DANO
E23 FF ROACH LT PELTIER


Saturday 1/19/08

09:37 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ NEWTON ST
A29 FF CRINGAN FF WILLS

20:19 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ MAIN ST
A29

21:44 ALARM SYSTEM MALFUNCTION MARLBORO RD
E21 CAPT HUBLEY FF CRINGAN
E23 FF ASPESI FF WILLS


Sunday 1/20/08

07:15 PUBLIC SERVICE ASSISTANCE, OTH MAIN ST
HQ1 LT DANO FF ROACH FF COBB FF NEAL

08:32 SMOKE DET. ACT.-NO FIRE, UNINT BOSTON RD
E21 LT DANO FF AMENDOLA
E23 FF NEAL FF CRINGAN

09:15 TRAINING - FIRE MAIN ST
HQ1 LT DANO FF CRINGAN FF AMENDOLA FF NEAL


Monday 1/21/08

17:42 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ PINE HILL RD
A29 FF RICE FF WILLS
C30 LT DANO

19:15 EMS CALL,EXCLUDE VEH ACC W/INJ MAIN ST
A29 FF RICE FF WILLS LT DANO