Tuesday, May 31, 2011
Northborough Patch highlights the best blogs and bloggers of the week. You interested in blogging? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Cami Svitenko asked "What are We Waiting For?" in her post that put the spotlight on moms for Mother's Day, but also begged the question as to why we wait to tell our moms, or anyone, that we love them based on a certain holiday. Ron Goodenow's our resident nature lover, but also a wonderful photographer. Goodenow often spends time roaming the land that surrounds Bartlett Pond, and discovers some pretty neato things. Take a look at one of his most recent blogs about the pond. There is no sense in going all willy nilly and loosey goosey when you embark on a workout. Rita Matraia, who owns The Core Connection in Northborough, talks about the proper way to prepare your body before you work out. It'll help avoid some ouchies. In fact, …
Friday, May 27, 2011
Here are five things from Northborough Patch you might need to know today, or at least would like to hear about.
1. Bartlett Pond is being treated today for pests, so stay out of it. Here are the details. 2. The Snap Daddies are back, cranking out funk and reggae and whatnot at the Celtic Tavern tonight. 3. The Flock brings '80s pop sets back to JJ's Sports Bar this evening, starting around 10 p.m. 4. Party time in the PJs is back tonight, sponsored by the Northborough Recreation Department. Wear your pajamas, and enjoy pizza, games and lots of other kids. Yes, this is for kids. 5. Light it up. It's Memorial Day Weekend, when many plant gardens, open pools and also get their grills going on. Delish.com has some fine looking recipes for Memorial Day grill recipes, including Spanish pork burgers.
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
This is a notice to residents that Bartlett Pond will be treated on Friday, May 27.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Bartlett Pond in Northborough will be chemically treated with the USEPA/MA registered aquatic herbicide Sonar (Fluridone) on Friday, May 27 to control nuisance and invasive aquatic vegetation. Two follow-up “booster” applications are also anticipated – one in June and one in July. The pond will be closed on the day of treatment to all water uses, including swimming, fishing and boating. Use of the pond water for irrigation (watering lawns, shrubs, flowers or plants of any kind) is prohibited for approximately 90 days, or until Aug. 28. Printed signs, warning of the temporary water use restrictions, will be posted around the pond shoreline, prior to treatment. This management program at Bartlett Pond is being performed for the town, …