NorthboroughThe Town of Northborough, originally part of the Town of Marlborough, then Westborough, was incorporated in 1766 and became a town on its own in 1775.

The town is approximately 18.8 square miles and as of 2010, had a population of 14,155. It is part of Worcester County and its form of government is Open Town Meeting. The town’s administration is comprised of a Town Manager and an elected Board of Selectmen.

A multitude of mills once thrived along the Assabet River, which runs through the town. Now Northborough is home to many businesses, including Northborough Crossing, a 600,000 open air retail development. One of the anchor stores is a Wegmans, which is the first store in New England for this Rochester, NY-based chain of grocery stores.

Visit Northborough’s town government website here.

Visit Northborough’s public schools (K-8) website here.

Visit Northborough’s high school (Algonquin Regional High School, shared with Southborough) here.
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Northboro Chiropractic offers springtime special for new clients

April 23rd, 2015

Dr. Casey Gauthier and Dr. Karen Moriarty 

Northborough – Dr. Karen and Dr. Casey of Northboro Chiropractic want to help you stop being sick and tired of being sick and tired, in a natural and effective way. If your health issues are holding you back, the Northboro Chiropractic Center has a Spring Time Special Offer for new clients. Right now you may receive a full consultation, exam and any necessary x-rays (a $340 offer) for $45.

Commission votes to establish White Cliffs as historic district

April 22nd, 2015

Northborough – In spite of strenuous opposition voiced by the current owner’s attorney, the Northborough Historic District Commission unanimously voted April 21 to approve the White Cliffs property as a historic district. The decision must ultimately be approved by voters at next week’s Town Meeting.

Northboro Junior Woman’s Club plants pinwheels for child abuse awareness

April 22nd, 2015

Pinwheels shimmer in the sunlight at Town Hall.
Photo/Bonnie Adams

Northborough – The Northboro Junior Woman’s Club (NJWC) has planted over 500 pinwheels at Town Hall in recognition of April’s designation as National Child Abuse Prevention Month. The effort is also in support of the “Pinwheels for Prevention” campaign created by Prevent Child Abuse America.

Northborough police log, April 24 edition

April 22nd, 2015

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Northborough Sunday, April 5 4:01 a.m. Arrested, Nicholas P. Keegan, 22, of 175 Main St., Southborough, for DPW rules and regulations, operating MV with license suspended for OUI, OUI liquor. 5:29 a.m. Milk Porridge Cir. Ambulance. 2:12 p.m. Southwest Cutoff. Disturbance. 7:59 p.m. West Main St. Ambulance. 9:35 p.m. Hamilton Rd. Disturbance. Monday, April 6 [...]

Northborough resident retires from Marine Corps Reserves after 21 years

April 21st, 2015

Conway, his wife, Naoko, their three kids: Satoshi, Kaz, and Niko and Conway’s mother, Bernice R. Conway the night of Conway’s retirement party at the Vincent F. Picard American Legion Post 234 in Northborough
Photo/Debra Roberts

Northborough – Enduring a long-distance relationship, being deployed overseas when you are just starting a family, facing dangerous situations and not knowing what the future holds for you when you return – these are just a few of the many sacrifices made by our servicemen. Northborough resident Kevin P. Conway and his family have lived with these sacrifices for over two decades. On April 1, Conway retired after 21 years of serving his country as a United States Marine non-commissioned officer.

Northborough Library patrons ‘ate their words’

April 21st, 2015

Second grader Julia Mikolajczak with her edible book, “The Tiny Seed

Northborough – Folks of all ages were invited to “eat their words” as the Northborough Library served up its inaugural Edible Book Festival celebration on March 30. This event is a worldwide celebration held on or around April 1. The global event was initiated by Judith A. Hoffberg and Beatrice Coron in 2000. It was developed to celebrate the birthday of French gastronome, Jean-Anthelme Brillat-Savarin (1755-1826), who was famous for his book “Psysiologie du goût,” which was described as “a witty meditation on food.”

Angelo joins RenovoMD

April 21st, 2015

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Northborough – Dr. Jean Casello, medical director of RenovoMD, a medical esthetics practice devoted to non-surgical cosmetic enhancements, is pleased to welcome Lindsey Angelo to her team.

Public hearing to be held regarding establishing White Cliffs as historic district

April 20th, 2015

Northborough – The Northborough Historic District Commission will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, April 21 at 7 p.m. on the proposed White Cliffs Historic District. The meeting will be held in the Northborough Fire Department meeting room, 11 Pierce St.

Northborough Night at Worcester Bravehearts

April 16th, 2015

Northborough – Northborough Helping Hands Association (NHHA) is offering group discount tickets to the Worcester Bravehearts baseball game vs. the Pittsfield Suns Wednesday, June 24, at 7:05 p.m. Fireworks will follow the game. Grandstand tickets are $4 each and must be preordered before Thursday, April 30. The game is played at Hanover Insurance Park at [...]

Donations wanted for Northborough Garden Club plant sale

April 16th, 2015

Northborough – The Northborough Garden Club is now accepting donations of perennials from community members’ gardens through Thursday, May 28. If you have plants to donate, fill out the form at or call 508-351-9373. The annual plant sale will be held Saturday, June 6, from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Ellsworth-McAfee Park on Route [...]

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