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March 8 - March 14, 2009
Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit and Live History
March 13, 2009 - The Buffalo Soldiers and Stony Brook Museum continue their series of exhibits and live history talks tomorrow at the Southborough Historical Society Museum. Southborough resident and Buffalo Soldier Heritage Inc. member, Pete DePina, will be the featured speaker.
March 14th, 2009 -Indian War Campaign and Spanish American War (Buffalo Soldiers), Guest Speaker: Pete DePina (Buffalo Soldiers Heritage), 10AM-3PM
Marlborough Hospital Participates in 21st Annual Diabetes Alert® Day
Tuesday, March 24
Marlborough, MA – March 13, 2009 -- Marlborough Hospital will be conducting free diabetes risk screenings as part of the 21st Annual Diabetes Alert® Day on Tuesday, March 24. The screenings will be 11:30 am to 1:30 pm on the ground floor of the hospital near the cafeteria.
The diabetes risk test requires users to answer simple questions about weight, age, family history and other potential risk factors for type 2 diabetes. The test will show users whether they are at low, moderate, or high risk for pre-diabetes or diabetes. On American Diabetes Alert Day, held annually on the fourth Tuesday in March, the American Diabetes Association encourages people who are overweight, physically inactive, and over the age of 45 years to take the diabetes risk test.
“The test is a simple questionnaire and takes less than ten minutes to complete,” explains Marlborough Hospital Outpatient Diabetes Coordinator, Corinne Hetzler. “If someone has a high score on the test, we will make recommendations about what the person should do next.”
Nearly six million Americans have diabetes, but are unaware they have the disease. Another 57 million Americans have pre-diabetes, placing them at increased risk for developing type 2 diabetes.
Among the primary risk factors for type 2 diabetes are being overweight, sedentary, over the age of 45 and having a family history of diabetes. African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders are at an increased risk, as are women who have had babies weighing more than nine pounds at birth.
People with type 2 diabetes can exhibit noticeable symptoms, such as frequent urination, blurred vision and excessive thirst, most people diagnosed with type 2 diabetes do not show these overt warning signs at the time that they develop the disease. Often, type 2 diabetes only becomes evident when people develop one or more of its serious complications, such as heart disease, stroke, kidney disease, eye damage, or nerve damage that can lead to amputations.
For more information call Marlborough Hospital Outpatient Diabetes Coordinator,
Corinne Hetzler at 508-486-5430.
Assabet Valley Regional Technical
Easter Brunch Buffet Menu
April 12, 2009
Deluxe Omelet Station
(Variety of Fresh, Vegetables, Meats & Cheeses)
Scrambled Eggs with Fresh Chives
Red Skinned Home Fried Potatoes
Hickory Smoked Bacon & Breakfast Sausage
Carved Country Ham
Venetian Stuffed French Toast with a Sweetened Mascarpone Cheese, Garnished with Pecans, and Served with Amaretto Laced Maple Syrup
Breakfast Pastry Table
An Assortment of Fresh Baked Scones, Danish, Muffins, Croissants, Bagels & Cream Cheese, Cinnamon Buns, Fruit Breads and also our Famous Parker House Rolls
Carved Roasted Prime Rib
Atlantic Seafood Newburg
Grilled Marinated Chicken Breast with Tropical Fruit Salsa & Basmati Rice
Four Cheese Au Gratin Potatoes
Seasonal Fresh Vegetables
Also Featuring an Extraordinary Dessert Display Featuring Homemade Pies, Cakes, Cookies, Delicate Pastries, and Fresh Sliced Fruit to Name Just a Few
If you are looking for our Homemade Pastries to Travel we will also have our trade mark Bake Cart open for purchasing products!
DEADLINE to register to
vote for the Annual
TOWN MEETING AND ELECTION is
March 24th ---Tuesday 8am-8pm
NOMINATIONS forELECTED TOWN
OFFICIALS:DEADLINE to obtain
papers and 44 signatures for any
candidate to run for a Town office is
Friday March 20---5pm at the Town
Monday April 13th is
MONDAY May 11th is
--ANNUAL TOWN ELECTION--
Polls open from 8am – 8pm
*you must be a registered voter to attend and
vote at Town Meeting
Any Town's Clerk's business may be conducted during
Girls Softball Clinic
Age: Grades 3 to 5 - 5:30 to 7pm
Grades 6 to 8 - 7pm to 8:30 pm
Days: Wednesdays, April 1, 8, 15 and 29 (4 weeks)
Location: St. Marks Field House (Armour Cage)
Instructor: Frozen Ropes instructors assisted by Southborough softball coaches
This is a 4 Week Instructional Program which include Fielding, Hitting, Pitching and Throwing. The Frozen Ropes instructor will provide each coach with a detailed plan for each session. The Frozen Ropes instructor will demonstrate all skills and drills to the players and coaches and work with them at each station to ensure proper execution.
Mail or walk in: 21 Highland Street, Southborough, MA 01772
Please check one: ____ Pitching _____ Hitting/Fielding
Participant Name: _______________________________DOB_________Age______Grade ____
Allergies/Medical Concerns: ______________________________________________________
Home Phone ( ) _____________ Cell Phone _________________ Email: ________________
Parent/Guardian Name 1 ___________________Parent/Guardian Name 2_________________
Cell Phone: ___________________________ Cell Phone ____________________________
Other Emergency Name and Phone: ________________________________________________
Participation Waiver-Must be signed below for all programs
I agree not to hold responsible the Southborough Recreation Commission: The Town of Southborough: owners of the premises where the program is held; or any of the parties connected with the program for any injury or accident that may occur during the program. I understand that if my child becomes a discipline problem, he/she will be dismissed from the program. No money will be refunded. I also grant permission for the Recreation Staff to seek medical care in the event I cannot be reached. ( All participants in any town recreation program must complete this waiver)
Photos: _____approval to publish ______do not publish
Ten Broeck Farm & NEDA Welcome Frenk Jespers
Frenk Jespers is famous throughout Europe and his native Holland as an accomplished rider, trainer, breeder and judge. Recently, Jespers left his position after serving nine years as a member of the Royal Warmblood Studbook of the Netherlands (KWPN) Stallion Selection Committee to focus more on training.
Jespers is a KWPN judge, rider, trainer and coach to Grand Prix rider Kirsten Beckers who rides the approved KWPN stallion Jazz. Frenk is also the coach of the Turkish Olympic team. He teaches classical dressage and stresses the need to take time and prepare the horses so they can be their best.
The audience and auditors always enjoy a highly interactive session when he evaluates the conformation and movement of each horse using the KWPN linear scoring. Last year the crowd touted Jespers as a “wealth of knowledge”, well respected by riders and auditors alike.
Jespers has described growing up in an area surrounded by jumping, yet says his heart has always been in dressage. Frenk brings a unique combination of knowledge to the arena. His astute eye for conformation and breeding experience is transferred under saddle where riders can benefit from his profound feedback. Frenk also spends a great deal of time evaluating each horse for confirmation, explains as he goes, and helps everyone understand what’s important to a judge.
Frenk Jespers has a very calming style that riders enjoy, he is appreciated for his international perspective, provides specific direction and he says that even with a quieter state of mind you can still get results.
Advance registration is required to guarantee your entry. Auditors are welcome, discounts available.
Join us for dinner and cocktails! Guests experience a more intimate gathering, a great opportunity to socialize and visit with Frenk during a wonderful evening. Reservations required - $25 per person.
Family & Friends Run in Linda's name
Pictured Above: L to R
Deneen Philistine, Pete Comis, Jason Fleming, Kerry Moran, Kevin Moran, Molly Moran, Chris Donaghy, Sahin Aslanpence, and Carrie SchneiderhanMarch 12, 2009 - The latest on the Southborough Moran Family.
Residex runs the Walt Disney World Half Marathon for Linda Moran. Nine employees, friends and family members of Residex ran the Walt Disney World ½ marathon on January 10th to honor the memory of Linda Moran, an avid runner and wife of Kevin Moran, Residex Technical Representative from New England. Linda passed away in 2007 from breast cancer but not before running her favorite Walt Disney World ½ marathon with her family. Chris Donaghy personally dedicated and sent his medal to the family of Curtis Orbben.
Residex will continue to run for a cause. The next run is scheduled for Asbury Park, NJ on April 18th to benefit Special Olympics. Recently Residex partnered with Achilles Freedom, a charity that helps to rehabilitate wounded veterans by getting them involved in marathons.
Residex is coordinating its first employee/family/friends event on June 28th to benefit the Achilles Freedom Team. For more information on this event, email email@example.com
Dog Licenses expire MARCH 31, 2009.
You must license your dog annually.
Dog Licenses are available NOW at the TOWN CLERK’s OFFICE.
After JUNE 1, 2009 there is a fine of $10.00 for unlicensed dogs.
2010 WILDLIFE STAMP COMPETITIONS NOW OPEN
The Massachusetts Division of Fisheries and Wildlife (MassWildlife) is asking interested wildlife artists to consider entering one or more of its three 2010 wildlife stamp competitions. Each year, MassWildlife issues three wildlife recreation-related stamps: an archery stamp, a primitive firearms stamp, and a waterfowl stamp. Income from the sale of these stamps supports wildlife research as well as the acquisition and management of key habitat areas. All three of the stamps feature artwork selected through competitions open to artists anywhere in the country. There is no cost to submit entries. Rules and regulations for the competitions are posted at www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/recreation/licensing/stamps/stamp_info.htm The deadline for entries to the archery and primitive firearms stamp competition is May 31, 2009; deadline for the waterfowl stamp is June 1, 2009.
Wildlife stamps play an important wildlife management role in Massachusetts, generating about $300,000 annually. These funds are used to enhance critical wildlife habitat. All of the stamps are issued both in full-color hard copy and in a black-and-white stamped version for those who opt to purchase their licenses online. The stamps are required of licensed hunters who hunt deer during the archery or primitive firearms season or hunters pursuing migratory birds. Highly collectible for many hunters, these stamps are also sought by other conservationists and stamp collectors.
Through these competitions, the MassWildlife obtains the right to produce the designated stamp featuring the winning artwork. The artist retains ownership of the artwork and the right to sell prints, which are of specific interest to members of conservation organizations such as the Massachusetts Bowhunters' Association, Ducks Unlimited, and beyond.
Complete sets of all three stamps are on display at MassWildlife's Field Headquarters in Westborough. Collectors wishing to purchase stamps from past years should call Mary Cavaliere in the MassWildlife Boston office at (617) 626-1577. The Peabody Essex Museum in Salem has a limited quantity of waterfowl stamps and stamp sets available for collectors. The Massachusetts Waterfowl Stamps and Prints, a loose-leaf binder with a detailed history of the waterfowl stamp program from its inception to the present was published by the Peabody Essex Museum and is available for purchase. Contact the Museum at www.pem.org or call (978) 744-3390.
Information and regulations governing the three stamp competitions can be found at www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/recreation/licensing/stamps/stamp_info.htm or by calling Jill Durand at (508) 389-6301. For more details on the stamp competitions, contact Ellie Horwitz at firstname.lastname@example.org or call (508) 389-6305.
How can you raise birds, hatch turtles, and grow flowers with nothing but paper and ink? Join the thousands of in-the-know people who use their state tax form to make a big difference for rare species in Massachusetts!
Since 1983, Massachusetts tax filers of Form 1 have had the option of donating to the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Fund when filing their state income tax (Line 32a: “Endangered Wildlife Conservation”), and tens of thousands of people have done so over the years. All contributions go directly into the Fund, currently the source of a significant portion of the annual operating budget of MassWildlife’s Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program (NHESP), which conserves and protects endangered species and their habitats in Massachusetts.
Over 20,000 tax filers support the program with almost $200,000 in critically-important donations each year. Won’t you join them? With your contributions to the Fund, you directly help to study, protect, and restore rare and endangered animals and plants and their habitats. If you have made contributions in this manner, thank you for supporting the Program and its conservation efforts! Past donations have helped restore populations and conserve and maintain habitat for Bald Eagles, Hessel's Hairstreak butterflies, Northern Red-bellied Cooters, and the beautiful Eastern Silvery Aster. Direct contributions to the Fund can also be made by sending a check payable to the Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Fund to: Natural Heritage & Endangered Species Program, Massachusetts Division of Fisheries & Wildlife, 1 Rabbit Hill Rd, Westborough, MA 01581
March 14 -- Project WILD/Aquatic WILD Workshop for Educators, Easthampton—MassAudubon's Arcadia Wildlife Sanctuary invites all K-12 educators to participate in an exciting six-hour interdisciplinary hands-on/minds-on workshop focusing on terrestrial wildlife and ecosystems. Scout leaders, youth group leaders, and formal & non-formal educators find the materials & workshop experience very valuable. Hours may be used toward obtaining PDP’s. Pre-registration is required by calling contact Patti Steinman (413) 584-3009.
March 15 -- Deadline for Youth Artists' Submission to the Junior Duck Stamp Program! —This conservation education program is designed to stimulate awareness and personal involvement in waterfowl & wetland conservation for students in grades K-12 through a student art project. If you are a student or know of a student who loves to draw, color or paint, this is for him or her! Information about the contest is found at http://www.mass.gov/dfwele/dfw/education/jds/jds_home.htm.
March 25--Bobcats in Massachusetts, Groton—Learn about one of the more secretive predators in the state, the bobcat, from Laura Hajduk, MassWildlife Furbearer Biologist. This program is sponsored by the Nashua River Watershed Association at their Resource Center on Rte 119 at 7PM. Call Nashua River Resource Center at (978) 448-0299 for more information.
March 26--Black Bears in Massachusetts, Southwick—Learn about the black bear, a more common sight in the Connecticut River Valley, from Jim Cardoza, MassWildlife Bear Project Leader. This public program will be held at the American Inn, 1 Sawmill Park at 3PM. For more information contact, Barbara Huntoon, (413) 569-1945
March 28: MA Land Conservation Conference: “Finding Common Ground: Land Conservation & Civic Engagement”: 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM at Worcester Technical High School, Worcester - co-hosted by The Trustees of Reservations' Putnam Conservation Institute and the Massachusetts Land Trust Coalition - $38 registration fee by March 13, $58 registration fee after March 13 – for more information, contact Miriam Scagnetti at 978-840-4446 x1935 or visitwww.MassConservation.org
The CENSUS FORMS have been mailed.
Please return to the Town Clerk’s Office or drop off in the box outside the TOWN HOUSE. Failure to respond to the CENSUS may result in removal from the ACTIVE VOTING LIST.
Questions: Call Office of the Town Clerk Tel 508.485.0710 x5
email questions to:email@example.com
March 11, 2009 - A hawk eats it's prey in a field off a local road this morning.
The Annual Dentist Visit
March 11, 2009 - Dr. Zammitti teaches students at Woodward School how to floss and care for their teeth at the annual health week at Woodward.
Easter Egg Hunt, Fun Day, and “One-Ton Food Drive” Planned for April 4th in Westboro
--Free Community Easter Egg Hunt, Hot Dogs and Hamburgers, Moonwalk, and Food Drive to Benefit Local Food Pantries--
What: Community Easter Egg Hunt and Fun Day
When: Saturday, April 4, 2009 from 11 a.m.—1 p.m.
Where: Chapel of the Cross, 160 Flanders Road, Westboro, MA
Who: Anyone in Westboro and surrounding communities
Why: To benefit local food banks
Westboro, MA, March 12, 2009--Chapel of the Cross is hosting a community Easter Egg Hunt and Fun day on Saturday April 4th at 160 Flanders Road in Westboro. The event is open to everyone in Westboro and surrounding communities. There will be an Easter Egg Hunt with 2,000 eggs, free hot dogs and hamburgers provided by Roche Brothers, a moon walk, face painting, crafts, games, and much more. Kids will also be able to meet local police and fire department personnel (dependent on emergency call volume that day).
The capstone of the event is a “One-Ton Food Drive.” Attendees are asked to bring non-perishables for donation to local food banks, with the goal of collecting 2,000 pounds of food. There is no charge for the events or for any of the activities. Anyone in need and unable to bring food is encouraged to come to the event and enjoy a great time.
The day’s events will start at 11:00 a.m., with the Easter Egg Hunt beginning at 12:30 p.m. In case of rain, the events will be held inside the facility.
“We want to put on a top-notch event for our community and help those in need through the food drive,” said Chapel of the Cross Pastor Tom Sparling. “We have been overwhelmed at how others in the community have also jumped in to help and support the food drive. Everyone from the community is welcome to come—hope to see you there!”
For directions please visitwww.chapelcares.com or with questions contact Tanya Legro at (508) 870-0001 ext. 102 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Rotary Talent Show
March 11, 2009 - Performing in the 2009 Annual Rotary Talent Show.
"Next Train" Technology Underway On Commuter Rail
While waiting at train platforms, MBTA Commuter Rail customers will soon be provided with real-time information about the status of their trains. At North Station today, Transportation Secretary James Aloisi and MBTA General Manager Daniel Grabauskas introduced “Next Train” technology that will provide customers with on board announcements and information on LED signs in stations.
“Commuter rail serves thousands of commuters a day looking for an economical, convenient and environmental responsible travel choice,” said Secretary James A. Aloisi, Jr. “With this new investment the guessing game on when the next train will arrive is over – our goal is to continue improving the customer experience to attract and retain riders.”
The current MBTA system relies on several train signaling systems and radio reports to locate trains and estimate train delays. The new Passenger and Train Information System (PTIS) includes the following elements:
Ability to precisely locate each train using GPS (Automatic Vehicle Location or AVL system)
The “Next Train” system operation shall be fully automatic with no human input required.
Calculate minute-accurate train arrival times to LED signs at all stations
Automatically announce via the train PA system approach to and arrival at individual stations for each individual train
Seamless integration of “Next Train” enhancements with existing system
Simplicity, high reliability and low maintenance
System design shall support later expansion of the system
Visual displays for by Train Dispatchers/Operations personnel showing real time train locations on the complete MBTA Commuter rail system
Provide interface with new Solari and platform video displays at North and South Stations.
To increase message visibility at stations, this project will include the following:
Installation of approximately twenty-five (25) additional signs at twelve (12) commuter rail stations and,
Replacement of one hundred and ten (110) outdated existing LED signs with new Adaptive PDS signs.
“This new system will immediately improve the customer’s experience,” said MBTA General Manager Grabauskas. “Specifically, on time performance. The GPS system will update the LED station signs at each station and inform customers as to train arrival. Also, with GPS capability we can measure schedule adherence allowing us to pinpoint where the delays are and make adjustments where necessary.”
Testing of the new equipment is underway on the Haverhill Line as well as other lines on both the North and South sides. Upon completion, installation of equipment will begin throughout the system, with a complete roll out by the end of summer.
Cat in the Hat
March 10, 2009 - Late last week students at Woodward School celebrated Dr. Suess day.
Southborough Recreation sponsored "How to pay for college without sacrificing your retirement
Parents had the opportunity to listen to a dynamic and energetic Certified Financial Planner, Tim Higgins discuss the various ways to pay for college. Thinking outside the box Mr. Higgins presented the program in sections dealing with financial aid, knowing your college’s financial aid history, tips for those who DO qualify for financial assistance and for those who DO NOT qualify for financial assistance. Other topics covered were appealing a financial package, shopping for a college and calculating your expected financial contribution. Several parents asked questions along the way especially when dealing with what colleges consider assets verses non assets and how they would be applied to the financial assistance colleges would offer. A very interesting and timely topic and one that every parent of at least a junior should attend. Hopefully, Southborough Recreation will offer the program again.
First Community Church
March 10, 2009 - Worshipers at the First Community Church of Southborough use their fairly new sign along Southville Road to display their messages. Late last fall the sign went up replacing a much older and smaller sign.
Late Nite Catechism by Vicki Quade & Maripat Donovan comes to St. Bernadette School in Northboro, MA.
Tickets for Late Nite Catechism are on sale now for a one night only performance at St. Bernadette School, 266 Main St., Northboro, MA on April 4, 2009. Doors open at 6:00 PM and the performance begins at 7:00. Tickets are available in the school lobby, 508-351-9905, or order online at www.entertainmentevents.com. The New York Times calls Late Nite Catechism “hilarious, well-wirtten, and inspired.” Prepare to belly-laugh!
All tickets include snacks and entry into a prize drawing. General Admission is $30 and Premium Seats are $50. Premium Seats at the front of the house include hot hors d’oeuvres and 1 drink. All proceeds from this performance benefit St. Bernadette School programs.
DEBRIS UPDATE: The first catalogued fragments of shattered satellite Cosmos
2251 are about to reenter Earth's atmosphere. According to US Strategic
Command tracking data, reentries will occur on March 12th, 28th and 30th,
followed by more in April. Radar cross sections are not available for all
of the reentering pieces; they are probably centimeter-class fragments that
pose no threat to people on the ground. Visit
http://spaceweather.com for more
The Massachusetts Department of Revenue (DOR) warns taxpayers to be aware of check overpayment scams involving fraudulent checks identified as Commonwealth of Massachusetts/Department of Revenue. Check overpayment scams are often in response to ads or online auction postings. Sellers are contacted by an alleged buyer, who offers to pay for an item with a cashier's, personal, government or corporate check. At the last minute, the buyer will often present a reason for having to write the check for more than the purchase price, and request the seller to send or wire back the difference to a Post Office box after the check has been deposited.
Ladies! Spend 3 Hours And Learn How To Never Fear Auto Repair Again
Join us for a car care clinic to learn the secrets of auto repair and how to protect yourself from possible rip-offs, and gain a little hands-on knowledge of how your car operates. Our car care workshop is teaching the 10 things everyone must know before having their car repaired. Topics to be covered include:
- The 7 questions you must ask any auto repair facility before you set up an appointment
- Lowering your total cost of vehicle ownership by more than 50%
- General knowledge of automotive repair and maintenance
Instructor: Bill Stapleton, Master Mechanic & Owner, Southboro Auto Tech. Southboro Auto Tech is a AAA Approved Auto Care Facility
Date: Sat May 16th Time 9-12 Space is limited. Minimum of 5 participants
New Driver Car Care Clinic – Great For Teens!
Join us for a car care clinic that will give you a little hands-on knowledge of how your car operates. These topics and many more will be covered in detail:
- Basic automotive knowledge, “what’s under the hood”
- What fluids MUST be checked regularly and where to find them in your car
- How to change a flat tire – the easy way!
- What to do if you get into an accident
Instructor: Bill Stapleton, Master Mechanic & Owner, Southboro Auto Tech. Southboro Auto Tech is a AAA Approved Auto Care Facility
Date Sat May 30th Time 10-12 Space is limited. Minimum of 5 participants
More Rotary Talent Show Photos
Just One Day ago
March 9, 2009 - The Sudbury Reservoir began to open up. Today more cold and snow.
Sprucing up for Spring
March 9, 2009 - A fake bird sits in a springtime wreath decorating the door to Gulbankian Farms Garden Center and Florist Shop on Mt. Vickery Road. www.gulbankianflorist.com
Building and roads patrol
08:40 Noise complaint Harvest Lane
13:48 suspicious activity unoccupied vehicle Boston Road
16:29 Assist Framingham Police
16:30 Commercial Alarm Newton Street
17:02 BOLO 60 MPH blue pickup passing cars Framingham Road
21:59 DPW out /icy roads
MV enforcement: Central St. Oak hill Road, route 9 @ Middle Road, Route 85, Route 9/Breakneck Hill Road, route 9/85, route 9/495, Ledgehill Road and Route 85
05:57 Residential Alarm Fitzgerald Lane
07:33 Medical Burnett Road
07:54 91 Foley Drive accidental
09:08 Harassing phone calls Blackthorn Drive
10:03 MVA John Street
10:06 debris in road route 9
10:50 pipe exposed route 85
12:42 front plate of MV lost
13:37 commercial alarm Main Street
14:02 citizen turned in ammo
14:20 vandalism route 9 business
14:23 suspicious activity Central Street at Rail Road crossing
16:55 fire hydrant knocked off at Newton Street and East Main Street
18:01 motorcycle abandoned route 85 near 911 field
18:09 ACO Gilmore and Parkerville Roads
18:49 Fire Alarm Graystone Way
21:38 MVA Route 85/9
21:45 Suspicious Activity Ledge Hill Road Masked man - resident walking dog
Patrols and building checks
MV enforcement: Main and Boston Roads, Route 9, Main and Parkerville Road, Route 85/Framingham Road
00:57 Boyfriend/Girlfriend dispute
04:58 Commercial alarm Main Street
08:34 medical North Street
09:19 school Resource officer out at Parkerville Road
11:51 Residential alarm Gilmore Road
12:30 route 9 and Willow street trees in road
12:57 MVA Northboro Road
13:46 East Main Street tree blocking road
14:14 Framingham Road Residential alarm
15:03 Presidential Drive found plate
15:12 mva Woodland Road and Breakneck Hill Road
16:11 Residential alarm Oregon Road
17:55 Residential Alarm Pinehill Road
18:32 MV theft Boston Road (Audi)
19:35 MVA route 9 Central Street
22:03 Commercial Alarm Main Street
Public Hearing Set for RMV Fees
As part of the Governor's budget initiatives to address revenue shortfalls for fiscal year 2009 and provide one source of funding for transportation infrastructure in 2010, the RMV is proposing the following modest increases in licensing, registration and other RMV services. The public is invited to register comments on the fee revisions at a hearing on March 16 in the State Transportation Building, 2nd Floor, Conference Room 2-3 at 10:00am.
Officer/State Trooper Exam
This examination is being held to establish an eligibility list from which to fill Police Officer vacancies in civil service cities & towns and the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), and in non-civil service State Trooper positions in the Massachusetts State Police Department. The eligibility list may also be used to fill police officer vacancies in non-civil service jurisdictions. The exam date is April 25, 2009.
Find out moreabout the examination, the application fee, the application deadline, and how to apply, as well as other important information.
Thinking Spring and Warmer Weather
March 8, 2009 - Having had a good breakfast at Mauro's Cafe, the bikers from all over the local area are all set for today's run.
March 9 - March 13, 2009
Senior Center open @ 9:00 AM Saturdays
INCLEMENT WEATHER CLOSINGS
If Southborough Schools areclosed or delayed due to
inclement weather then the Senior Center will be closed. For
closings during school vacation weeks please call the Senior
Center. If there is snow or ice on a Saturday the Senior Center
will be closed.
TJ LUNCHES AT THE
Call by Friday at noon to reserve
a lunch! $5.00
All served with ROLLS & BUTTER, BEVERAGE,
and of course DESSERT
03-09-09 .............Beef Stroganoff (noodles)
03-16-09 .............Stuffed Pork Chops, Potato, Veg
03-23-09 .............Stuffed Peppers
03-30-09 .............Macaroni & Cheese
04-06-09 .............Chicken Parm
04-13-09 .............Meatloaf, Mashed Potato
04-27-09 .............Chicken Cordon Bleu
MARCH/APRIL FRIDAY BAG
LUNCH AND MOVIE/BINGO
(or just come for Lunch)
By Apple Spice Junction Catering
$5.00 suggested donation
Every week an alternate choice: Turkey Sandwich
MARCH 6:....... Herb Roasted Chicken with potato
Movie:.............. Airplane (Robert Hays, Julie
Hagerty) - Comedy
MARCH 13:..... Club Sandwich (turkey, ham, bacon,
cheese) with potato salad
Movie:.............. Anger Management (Adam Sandler,
Jack Nicholson) - Comedy
MARCH 20:..... BLT Extreme – BLT (with swiss,
avocado and sprouts) & potato
Movie:.............. Cast Away (Tom Hanks) – Family/
MARCH 27:..... Tuna on Wheat with potato salad
No Movie......... Come Play Bingo!!
APRIL 3:.......... Chicken Salad with potato salad
Movie:.............. Fever Pitch (Drew Barrymore, Jimmy
Falon) - Comedy
APRIL 10:..........Ham and Cheese with potato salad
Movie:.............. Catch Me if You Can (Tom hanks,
APRIL 17:........ Turkey, Roast Beef, Ham and Swiss
with potato salad
Movie:.............. North by Northwest (Cary Grant,
Eva Saint Marie) - Drama
APRIL 24:........ Tuna on Wheat with potato salad
No Movie......... Come Play Bingo!!
All meals include a cookie for dessert and coffee or cold drink! To
order your bag lunch for Friday you must call the Senior Center by the previous Wednesday by noon.
Annual Senior Conference
Hosted by Senator Jamie Eldrige
April 23rd at
Assabet Valley Technical School
workshops, screenings, lunch,
entertainment, door prizes
Tickets will be available at the Senior Center
Buffalo Soldiers Exhibit
March 8, 2009 - Every other week from February 14 to April 19, the Buffalo Soldiers Heritage Inc, Stony Brook museum committee and the Southborough Historical Museum have held and will be hosting various exhibits and displays of black military history from the Revolutionary War right up until today's military. Come see the extensive collection of art, books, sculptures and living history talks. This Saturday, March 14, 2009, Southborough's own Pete DePina will be giving a talk on the history of the Buffalo Soldiers during the American Indian Campaign and the Spanish American War. The museum located behind Pilgrim Church will be open from 10:00 AM until 3:00 PM.
College Tuition Seminar
"How to Pay for College without Sacrificing Your Retirement"
Join Tom Higgins Certified Financial Planner, College Planning Specialist and Author
March 10, 2009 6:30pm
$7/pp Registration Required
3/12 Algonquin Music Showcase
7-9 pm in the auditorium