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.

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Marlborough Savings Bank to merge with North Middlesex Savings Bank

July 19th, 2016

Marlborough – Marlborough Savings Bank and North Middlesex Savings Bank recently announced plans to merge and create a new, larger mutual savings bank to provide even greater service and convenience to customers. Centered on an unwavering commitment to hometown banking — this mutually beneficial partnership will combine two organizations with very similar cultures and core values. The merger will also allow the combined bank to offer enhanced benefits such as increased lending capacity, a larger network of branches and ATMs, and continue its legacy of being a responsible neighbor while delivering easy, hassle-free banking.

Lillian F. Tamulis, 85, of Marlborough

July 18th, 2016

Obit Lillian F. Tamulis

Marlborough – Lillian F. (Schofield) Tamulis, 85, died Thursday morning, July 14, 2016 after a long period of failing health. She was the wife of the late Bron Tamulis, who died in 1993. They were married for 40 years. She was born and raised in Marlborough, the daughter of the late Freeman and Agnes (Auger) […]

Sculpture dedicated at Whitcomb School

July 15th, 2016

The Panther sculpture (Photos/submitted)

Marlborough – A symbol of Marlborough Schools’ pride now prowls the grounds at the entrance to 1Lt. Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School. On June 23, district officials dedicated a new Panther sculpture, which matches the one dedicated at the beginning of the 2015-16 school year at Marlborough High School (MHS). The sculptures – created by […]

Artists, vendors and crafters wanted for Marlborough Heritage Fest

July 13th, 2016

Marlborough – The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce invites local artists, vendors and crafters to participate in the 21st Annual Heritage Day Festival Sunday, Oct. 2, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Marlborough Main Street.

Ghost Light Players connect with emotions behind ‘Pippin’

July 13th, 2016

Director Kat Alix-Gaudreau (left) and Michael Conway, who portrays “Pippin,” discuss a song before Conway rehearses. 
Photo/Dakota Antelman

Marlborough – While rehearsing in a hot church hall in Marlborough, the directors, producers and actors of the Ghost Light Players are using their own experiences to bring to life their upcoming production of “Pippin.”

Marlborough firm works with sellers, buyers in active market

July 13th, 2016

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Marlborough—Ernie Houde Jr. brings 26 years of experience to helping both sellers and buyers negotiate the current fast-paced real estate market.

“It’s a seller’s market right now, with a shortage of houses available and multiple offers on many properties,” he said. For example, typically there would be about 150 single-family homes on the market in Marlborough this time of year, but at the end of June, there were only 45 available.

Marlborough police log, July 15 edition

July 13th, 2016

police log

Marlborough Friday, July 1 8:58 a.m. South St. B&E into MV. 9:31 a.m. Howe St. Larceny. 10:46 a.m. Reservoir St. Larceny. 1:47 p.m. Winter St. Suspicious activity. 2:33 p.m. Boston Post Road West. Disturbance. 4:09 p.m. Lakeside Ave. Past B&E/burglary. 4:36 p.m. Arrested, Michael D. Mailly, 28, of 18 Ewald Ave., Apt. 1, Marlborough, on […]

New Hilton Garden Inn opens in Marlborough

July 13th, 2016

Among those present for the ribbon cutting ceremony at the new Hilton Garden Inn in Marlborough are City Council President Edward Clancy; Karen Chapman, president, Corridor Nine Area Chamber of Commerce; Donna Libby, director of sales at Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Marlborough; Timothy Hippensteele, general manager of the Hilton Garden Inn Boston/Marlborough; Susanne Morreale Leeber, Marlborough Chamber president and CEO; and City Councilor Joseph Delano.
Photo/Andy Weigl of Weigl Photography

Marlborough – The Hilton Garden Inn at 170 Forest St. in Marlborough was officially welcomed to the city by Mayor Arthur Vigeant during a ribbon-cutting ceremony and open house June 29. The 160-room hotel, with several boardrooms, dining rooms, conference rooms and a 2,400-square-foot ballroom, is an attractive addition to the Forest Hills development.

St. Stephen Church spruces up for spring

July 13th, 2016

Frank Dutt of Hudson, who coordinated the cleanup project at St. Stephen Lutheran Church, waters some of the plants. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – Twenty members and friends of St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Marlborough, came out on a recent Saturday to clean up the grounds, pull weeds, trim shrubbery and plant flowers. They also enjoyed breakfast and lunch, provided by additional church volunteers. The cleanup was partially funded through a grant from Thrivent. St. Stephen Lutheran Church […]

LeDuc retires from Assabet after 32 years

July 10th, 2016

(l to r) Assabet retirees, Jack Lage and Gino Brazeau, with Marie LeDuc. (Photo/submitted)

Marlborough – The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School staff and students recently showered Marie LeDuc with cards, gifts, and well wishes as she headed to retirement after being at the school for 32 years. LeDuc started out in the cafeteria, but eventually became the school’s matron on the custodial staff.

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