Marlborough was incorporated in 1660. It is approximately 22.2 square miles and as of 2010, had a population of 38,499.  It is part of Middlesex County and its form of government is City Council. Marlborough’s administration is comprised of a Mayor and City Council. For many years, Marlborough was a major center of the shoe manufacturing industry. It is located near Routes 20, 290 and 495 and the Massachusetts Turnpike, which makes it a convenient location for modern day, high tech businesses. It is also home to the New England Sports Center, a facility that boasts seven indoor ice rinks.

Town Information

Town Government website is here.

Call the mayor’s office at 508-460-3770.

Call the City Council at 508-460-3711.

City Hall is at 140 Main St.

School Information

Visit the Marlborough Public Schools here. The main office is at 17 Washington St. and the phone number is 508-460-3509.

Other Marlborough Information

Visit the Marlborough Public Library here.

Visit Marlborough Hospital here.

Visit Green Marlborough here.

Visit Marlborough Community Services here.

Contact Marlborough’s state and federal elected officials here.

Find Marlborough District Court here.

Visit the Marlborough Historical Society here.

CA WEB_for advertising contact_300x90px

Home » Marlborough

Fun runs for local runners

May 31st, 2016

Region – Mark your summer and fall calendar for five unique road races, each with its own special challenge and benefiting local charities.

The 5K Spirit of Hudson Road Race with free Mighty Mite Marathon for kids 2 – 6 will be held Saturday, June 11, at 8:30 a.m. The race will start at 5 Houghton St. (around the corner from Medusa Brewing Co.) in Hudson. The race is part of the Hudson Community Festival; 100 percent of the proceeds go to the Elks scholarship fund. USA Track & Field (USATF) certified/walkers welcome/medal awards.

MDCA yard and bake sale June 11

May 31st, 2016

The Marlborough Community Development Authority (MCDA) Tenants Association will hold a yard and bake sale Saturday, June 11, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at 250 Main St. (the old senior center). The event will be held in the outside courtyard or indoors if it rains. There is ample parking behind the building in the Windsor Street parking lot.

Sister Dolores Lavoie, 88, of Marlborough

May 31st, 2016

Obit Sr. Dolores Lavoie SSA_crop

Marlborough – Sister Dolores Lavoie (Sister M. Louis Hector), a Sister of St. Anne, died Saturday, May 28, 2016 at Marie Esther Health Center. Born in Ludlow, she was one of seven children born to the late Eugene and Emma Belanger. She joined the Sisters of St. Anne in Lachine, Quebec, pronounced vows, and was […]

Marlborough veterans Touchette and Page remembered on Memorial Day

May 31st, 2016

Fellow veterans and members of the Italian American Veterans Post 45 of Marlborough, Mike Durand (l) commander of the Sons of the ITAM and John Kortes, commander of the ITAM, (r ) express their appreciation to member John Dupree, (center), who made a Soldier’s Prayer Shadow cut-out for the group. 
Photo/John Sahagian

Marlborough – Although rainy weather caused cancellation of the city’s 150th annual Memorial Day Parade, coordinator Wayne Grant shared a message about the two late Marlborough veterans – Robert Touchette and Robert “Bob” Page – for whom the parade was dedicated to this year.

St. Mary’s Credit Union announces money management seminar for young adults

May 31st, 2016

Marlborough – St. Mary’s Credit Union will present a community service seminar Saturday, June 11 to educate young adults about managing personal finances. The seminar is free and will be held from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. with registration from 8:30- 9 a.m. The seminar will take place at the credit union’s headquarters located at 46 Lizotte Drive in Marlborough. Everyone, including non-members of the credit union and parents, are welcome to attend – but pre-registration is required.

Friends of the Marlborough Library to hold Annual Meeting and election

May 26th, 2016

Marlborough – The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library will hold its Annual Meeting and election of officers Wednesday, June 8, at 5 p.m. at Employment Options Function Room, 82 Brigham St. in Marlborough. Guests will include keynote speaker Daniel Verrico, chair of the Capitol Fundraising Committee of the Marlborough Public Library Foundation, Alice Welch, president of the Massachusetts Friends of Libraries, and Mayor Arthur Vigeant.

Assabet tops AMSA in extra innings

May 26th, 2016

Assabet pitcher James Laclarie prepares to throw the ball in a game against AMSA

Marlborough – The visiting Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Aztecs baseball team defeated cross-town rival Advanced Math and Science Academy Eagles by a score of 5-3 in an 8 inning game played May 25, 2016 at Stevens Park.

Councilors to review Apex Center site plan

May 25th, 2016

Marlborough – In accordance with the city’s new Hospitality and Recreation Mixed Use Overlay District Ordinance, Walker Realty LLC submitted a site plan review application for the Apex Center, a large commercial project planned for Route 20, west of Glen Street, to the City Council at the May 23 meeting. It was referred to the Urban Affairs Committee for study and recommendation.

Easement plan proposed for Atrium Place Project

May 25th, 2016

Marlborough – A maintenance, access and parking easement plan for the Atrium Place project at 21-29 S. Bolton St., on behalf of Bolton Granger Realty Trust, Trustee George Voyiatzis, was presented to the City Council at the May 23 meeting. The request was made by Brian R. Falk, an attorney with Mirick O’Connell, the firm representing Voyiatzis. The Department of Public Works (DPW) has reviewed and approved the plan, according to Falk’s communication to the council.

Mayor proposes Marlborough Economic Development Corporation funding

May 25th, 2016

Marlborough – Mayor Arthur Vigeant asked the City Council to approve a transfer of $647,580 to fully fund the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for FY2017 at the May 23 council meeting. He included an additional $75,000 to finance the Walker Building feasibility study, which has been approved by councilors.

Recently Commented

  • Mary B: Nancy made a huge difference in my life. If it wasn’t for her patient, caring and skilled teaching I...
  • Mark Johnson: I think this reporter needs to get a few facts straight. I was at this meeting. First off – Mr....
  • CSI: You “Care about the planet” – then use your head and understand that this is nothing more than...
  • Adam Costello: Nice article, Ken! Just wanted to clarify a point so that nobody goes unrecognized. The rifle squad...
  • Bud Smith: CSI-I’m far from leftist. I’m a Republican. My family runs a business! We just care about the...