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The C.A. recap for Nov. 10 to Nov. 16

Region ?Here are the Community Advocate's top six stories for Nov. 10 to Nov. 16:

1. A Northborough family's home was the site of a devastating fire Wednesday afternoon.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/14/blaze-leaves-northborough-home-uninhabitable/

2.? The Middlesex District Attorney's office is investigating a fatal shooting involving a police officer that occurred in Marlborough early Monday morning.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/14/d-a-s-office-investigating-fatal-police-shooting-in-marlborough/

3. A Shrewsbury family has found a way to honor their late patriarch while also raising funds for Alzheimer's Disease.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/12/thanksgiving-tradition-inspires-alzheimers-association-event/

4. A Northborough woman's efforts to spearhead a group to help homeless families in Northborough and Westborough has helped dozens of residents from “falling through the cracks.”

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/10/helping-the-homeless-in-northborough-westborough/

5. For over half a century, Algonquin's Dick Walsh has been a major part of the school's football program.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/16/algonquins-dick-walsh-looks-back-on-coaching-career/

6. After a bit of debate, the Northborough Board of Selectmen gave a local restaurant the ok to feature belly dancing.

http://communityadvocate.com/2012/11/12/northborough-selectmen-approve-belly-dancing-for-local-establishment/

 

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