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Keller Earns Little East Academic Honor

Here are five pieces of information to help fuel your day in Northborough.

Mark Keller. Courtesy of Keene State College.
Mark Keller. Courtesy of Keene State College.
It's Tuesday, and that means we've put together this list of things going on in Northborough to help make your week a little brighter, easier and more fun. For a full list of things to do this week, look at the Patch calendar of events.

1. Congratulate Mark Keller.

The Northborough resident and Keene State College sophomore has been named to the Little East Conference 2013 Fall All-Academic team, which was announced Tuesday.

Keller, who plays on Keene's men's soccer team, is majoring in safety studies.

"To earn a spot on the squad, a student-athlete must have a cumulative grade point average of 3.3 or higher through the 2013 spring semester and be at least a sophomore academically and athletically. The student-athlete must also be a full-time member of a varsity sport and be enrolled in its institution for a full academic year," according to a press release. 

2.  Wondering what's open and closed in Northborough?
 
Check out Northborough Patch's guide.

3. Main Street Tanning will offer Black Friday deals.

Learn more on the Northborough shop's Facebook page.

4. Support J Briggs & Co. this Saturday.

Northborough's J Briggs & Co. celebrates Small Business Saturday with an open studio event from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 300 West Main St. The shop is offering 10 percent off on all in-stock jewels.

5. In case you missed it: Police helped find two horses.
 
On Monday, at 8:25 a.m., police helped someone on West Street find two horses, according to the Northborough Police log.


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