Friday, February 22, 2013
Readers weigh in on Westborough Patch's Facebook page.
Friday, February 22
Fish on Fridays is a staple for many people during Lent (and beyond). A question on Westborough Patch's Facebook page asked readers, "Where's the best place to get fish on Fridays?" "Sapporo!" reader Alexis Venios Vaccarino said. "Westborough House of Pizza," readeer David Newhall said. "South Street Diner," reader Louanne Robinson Greene said. "JP's is the best!!!!!!!!!!!" reader Carmine Cardillo said. "Mulligan's Taverne," reader Deborah Bergeron said. "Ok…so it might not be Westborough (to be fair I live on the boundary of Shrewsbury/Westborough!) but I loooove Funky Murphy's on Shrewsbury Street! And during Lent they are running a $6.99 special," reader Andrea Srivastava said. "Central House!!!" reader Nancy Perkins Ward said. "Not in …
Wednesday, February 22, 2012
Ministers in Westborough and throughout the country observe Ash Wednesday with the Ashes to Go program.
Some commuters at the Westborough and Grafton train stations carried on more than coffee and the newspaper this morning. In observance of Ash Wednesday, they were wearing ashes dispensed by local ministers through the Ashes to Go program. The program, which began five years ago, offers ashes to people at train stations and other busy areas. In Westborough, Rev. Jesse Abell of St. Stephen's Episcopal Church and Rev. Robert Williams of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Millville offered ashes to commuters at the Westborough station on Smith Parkway. Rev. Laura Goodwin of St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church in North Grafton and Rev. Lisa Green of St. John’s Episcopal Church in Sutton braved the morning chill at the Grafton station on Pine Street. …
Thursday, March 10, 2011
A festive night of flapjacks and sausage was held at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on Tuesday night.
On Tuesday night, St. Stephen's Episcopal Church on John St. ushered in Lent with a community dinner. The Mardi Gras Pancake Supper was a fundraiser put on by the church youth group to help subsidize their summer missions trip to Maine.