Westborough’s Spurr House Committee

The house at 7 Parkman St., considered a “significant building” in town, was a gift to the town in 1933. This town-owned building has been vacant since fall when the American Legion’s Stowell-Parker Post 163 moved out because of decreasing membership and the need for repairs. The Spurr House was the subject of the only […]

Remembering Cecelia R Grynsel

Remembering Cecelia R Grynsel

Cecelia R. (Summers) Grynsel, 87, of Westborough, passed away peacefully on Tuesday, July 28, 2015 at home. Cecelia was a communicant of St. Luke the Evangelist Church, a 50 year member of the Westborough Country Club where she was a 20 year club champion of 18 Hole Women’s League. She was also the winner of […]

Bergeron Briefs Hosts BayPath Elder Services

Bergeron Briefs Hosts BayPath Elder Services

BayPath Elder Services is a government-funded agency that works to provide services to help keep seniors in their homes for as long as possible. Attorney Arthur Bergeron’s “Bergeron Briefs” shows focus on elder law and elder care issues and programs. This month he hosted Alicia Rego from BayPath Elder Services and discussed what services and […]

Senior Safety Tips

Senior Safety Tips

Westborough TV’s Seniors on the Move show welcomed Police Chief Alan Gordon into the studio for a discussion about senior safety. Karen McKenzie and the Chief discuss what scams and schemes to watch out for, tips on handling various safety issues, and how seniors (and other residents) can protect themselves. Watch the full episode here. For […]

Highlands Cookin’ with Chef Raymond

Highlands Cookin’ with Chef Raymond

Westborough TV was lucky enough to get invited recently to a cooking demonstration by the Executive Chef at The Highlands – the independent living retirement community across from the Post Office. Executive Chef Raymond Baker put on a really entertaining show for the residents while making a delicious angel hair pasta with goat cheese. As always, […]