Nathan Fisher House is Up For Sale!
The Town of Westborough is seeking proposals for the purchase of property located at 146 Oak Street, currently identified as the Nathan Fisher House, and shown on Assessor’s Map 33, parcel 44.
Submissions will be accepted by the Town Manager until Thusday, July 29, 2010 at 12:00pm.
Pedestrian Killed on Route 495, public asked for help
UPDATE: June 16, 2010 - Pedestrian Identified in Route 495 Fatal
WESTBORO – The man killed early Monday in the southbound lane of on I-495 near Route 9 has been identified as Steven Bowermaster, 49, of 994 Pleasant St., Framingham, according to Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.Mr. Bowermaster’s body was discovered on the highway at about 5:25 a.m. Monday. It appears he was struck by a motor vehicle while in the highway. The circumstances of Mr. Bowermaster’s death are still under investigation.
State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office have asked for the public’s help. Anyone traveling on I-495 in the overnight hours, Sunday into Monday, who may have seen something unusual, is asked to call the State Police at 508-832-9124. The investigation is continuing
[Received From: Connolly, Tim (MID) <Tim.Connolly@state.ma.us>, Wed, Jun 16, 2010 at 11:32 AM]
June 14, 2010 - Pedestrian Killed on Route 495
WESTBORO – A man was killed early today in the southbound lane of on I-495 near Exit 23B (Route 9), according to Worcester District Attorney Joseph D. Early Jr.
State Police troopers working a detail on the highway discovered the body at about 5:25 a.m. It appears the deceased man, in his 40s, was a pedestrian and was struck by a motor vehicle while in the highway. The man’s identity has not yet been released because his relatives have not been informed of his death.
State Police Detectives assigned to the District Attorney’s Office are asking for the public’s help with the investigation. Anyone traveling on I-495 in the overnight hours that may have seen something unusual is asked to call the State Police at 508-832-9124. The investigation is continuing.
[Received Mon, Jun 14, 2010 at 3:33 PM from Timothy J. Connolly, Communications Director Worcester District Attorney's Office 508-368-7236 or 508-688-5565 --webmaster]Add a comment
Metrowest Musical Instrument Fun Day, Sunday June 13
Come find out!
Professionals on hand to show you how to hold and play all the instruments.
All band and orchestra accessories on sale for 20-30% off!
The opportunity to reserve all band and orchestra instruments at Special Rental Rates as low as $21.99 for the entire summer or the first 3 months in the fall!
Summer Program demos . . . Young Children’s Class demos . . . and more!
Students from the Lesson Center playing violins, pianos, guitars and more!!
Don’t miss this event!
Historic Homes & Gardens Stroll - June 12, 2010
The gardens surround historic homes on Church, West Main, Charles, Ruggles and Adams Streets dating from 1729 to 1910.
Tour is on Saturday, June 12, 10am-2 pm, rain or shine, beginning at 13 Parkman Street.
For tickets ($20), call 508-366-0975 now or buy at Sibley House, 13 Parkman St (Get Directions)., on June 12. Proceeds benefit the Westborough Historical Society and Westborough Garden Club.
Memorial Day Ceremonies 2010
Here's the schedule for what we believe to be the 2010 Memorial Day Ceremonies in Westborough, Massachusetts.
It'll be great weather! Please come out with your fellow townsfolk to show your civic pride and to remember and honor those who sacrificed for our country.
Here's a schedule as gleaned from the local paper, and past experience:
8:00 am - Participants meet at the VFW hall on Milk Street for doughnuts & coffee. Everyone will then board a bus to St. Luke's Cemetery.
8:30 am - Ceremony at St. Luke's Cemetery, 30 Hopkinton Rd. (School and group parade participants typically assemble at Baxter St. at 8:30am.)
9:00 am - Ceremony at Pine Grove Cemetery, 106 South St. Parade proceeds down South Street from Pine Grove to Midland Cemetery.
9:50 am - Ceremony at Midland Cemetery, (approx. 55 South St.). Parade continues to rotary, and then Forbes building.
10:15/10:30 am - Main ceremony and speeches at Forbes Municipal building, 45 W. Main St.
Local clergy from the community will speak at the cemetery services.
Bands from the Westborough High School and Gibbons Middle School will march and play selections. Also participating will be the Boy and Girl Scout groups in town.
Speeches will be delivered by Grand Marshals Louise V. Brown and Robert P. McGoldrick.Add a comment
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