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The town of Northborough is a great place to live, work or visit providing the setting for several working farms,recreational facilities and best places to go shopping. Visit the variety of stores from small local neighborhood shops, to the home of the first Wegmans food market store in New England located at Northborough Crossing, a new 1.12 million square foot open-air retail center located on Route 20 at the intersection of Route 9.
Baseball has always been a part of Northborough as the hometown of Major League Baseball Pitcher Mark Fidrych who was a two time All-Start player for the Detroit Tigers. Today it's the hometown of the New England Ruffnecks Baseball and the New England Baseball Complex, a state-of-the-art baseball facility will hosts baseball tournaments for pre-college age players from all over the country.
Northborough Massachusetts is a central Mass town that was incorporated in 1766 after it branched off from Marlborough and Westborough and is located along Routes 20, 495, 290, 9, and the Mass Pike Route 90.
Conveniently located with a rural charm and all the amenities plus a great school system that was voted #8 best in the state by Boston Magazine. Families have found plenty of reasons to own real estate and you can search for homes for sale
here and make this your hometown.
Northborough utilizes an open town meeting grass roots government and now operates under its own home rule charter. It's primarily a residential town acting as a rural home to Boston and Worcester commuters.
Find more information by searching Northboro.com for the Northborough Town Hall or the Public Library.