Editor Charlene Arsenault email@example.com
2:18 pm on Thursday, March 7, 2013
Charlene, you may recall the article you did last spring on Fox mange for me? This is yet another example of how mange is decimating the fox in urban areas. It's also hitting the coyote and wolf populations from what I've read.
It would be interesting to know what regional statistics Mass Wildlife has on the mange problem.
Anyone interested should Google 'mange in fox'for additional information.
3:48 pm on Monday, February 11, 2013
I run Northgate, Rt135 and Davis St daily. On my afternoon run on Sunday, none of the sidewalks on those three streets were cleared. I noted to myself this was probably due to a likely school cancellation for Monday. Now I assume the town was trying to limit overtime spending on Sunday after the storm?
As a side note, I notice chronic excessive speed on those three roads daily.
12:13 pm on Saturday, September 8, 2012
No more contracts for me.
I am an Android user because all of the latest phones are arguably superior to the iPhone. With regular updates and cutting edge technology google is doing some amazing things.
Rumors are that the iPhone 5 will not have NFC. There will be an explosion of "pay with your phone" in 2013. Iphone users will not be able to take advantage of this new technology.
10:20 am on Saturday, September 1, 2012
As an independent, undecided baby boomer that voted for Obama last time, I felt the Republicans did a good job at the RNC of continuing the storyline of change. The RNC did nothing for me in terms of swaying my vote one way or the other.
12:55 pm on Wednesday, June 6, 2012
Northborough Crossing North Entrance
I live on Avalon Dr. and run daily through the neighborhoods near Tomblin Hill Rd. Between my daily run and commuting I use the north entrance to Northborough Crossing several times a day.
The speed limit through that section of southwest cutoff is still 50 miles an hour. At key times during the day and weekends the traffic is fairly thick trying to enter or exit that north entrance as there is no traffic light there. While running on southwest cut-off, cars, construction truck, tracker trailer etc. all go whizzing by that entrance at speeds in excess of 50 miles an hour.
With schools letting out, I'm sure kids will be walking from nearby neighborhoods to go to Northborough Crossing. I'm hoping there will be no vehicle or pedestrian accidents around that entrance with a 50 mile an hour speed limit and no traffic light.
IMO, the speed limit in that section of southwest cutoff should be reevaluated and lower to 40 MPH.
I would encourage the police department to take a pro-active approach to this potential – accident waiting to happen -
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