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Marlborough – Teams of eight players competed in the Citizen’s Scholarship Foundation (CSF) of Marlborough’s seventh annual “Team Trivia Challenge,” held April 4 at the Masonic Hall. The winning team, known as “Wonder Twins and Super Friends,” was the Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club. Best team name went to Marlborough Savings Bank for “So Bright and [...]
Marlborough – Mayor Arthur Vigeant welcomed residents age 60 and over to the 37th annual Mayor’s Senior of the Year Dinner, held April 10 at the Marlborough High School cafeteria. He said that after receiving names of several nominees, who needed to be at least age 90, his choice for the honoree was easy.
“There are a lot of people in our senior community who do so much, but personally, I’ve seen her firsthand volunteering all over the city – Frances Brescia, the Senior of the Year,” Vigeant announced.
Marlborough – Nearly a year after 32 units at Lake Williams Condominiums were destroyed in a six-alarm fire April 23, 2012, condo owners revisited the site April 5 to speak with the press. They shared their personal feelings about Building Commissioner Michael Mendoza’s recent rejection of a proposal from the condominium trust to rebuild the structure. Joining them were state Rep. Danielle Gregoire, D-Marlborough, and representatives from the offices of state Sen. Jamie Eldridge, D-Acton, and U.S. Rep. Niki Tsongas, 3rd District.
Marlborough – The Civil Air Patrol will be holding an open house for local students, ages 12 to 18 who may be interested in joining as cadets, Sunday, April 14, at the Marlborough Airport, 685 Farm Road. The Lt. Colonel Frank Pocher Squadron will be hosting the event, which will be held 5:30 to 7:30 [...]
Mayor Arthur Vigeant (Photo/submitted)
Marlborough – In his 2012 Year in Review Report to the residents of Marlborough, Mayor Arthur Vigeant outlined the progress and accomplishments of the first year of his administration and welcomed and encouraged feedback. The report was mailed out recently to all residents in the city.
Marlborough – A controversial proposal to construct a Cumberland Farms convenience store and gasoline pumping station on Maple and Walker streets was approved by default due to the city’s failure to act on the request for a special permit within the specified 90 days. The permit was granted during the City Council’s March 25 meeting.
Marlborough – Following much deliberation and several meetings of the Operations and Overview Committee, the City Council unanimously approved the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation’s (MEDC) Master Plan during its March 25 meeting.
Marlborough – Marlborough’s Downtown Village Association (MDVA) is looking for a creative individual or group to create, produce and manage a one-day, four- to eight-hour, family-friendly cultural event that will take place in the downtown district on Sunday, Sept. 1. The MDVA is seeking to build, members said, “on established tradition by creating a new [...]
Marlborough – Long-time television personality and current WEEI Sports Radio host Mike “Mikey” Adams will take the hot seat as this year’s “Roastee” at the Employment Options celebrity roast. The annual event will take place at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel in Marlborough, Thursday, May 16, starting at 6 p.m. The agency said the [...]
Region – Marlborough resident Debbie Beausoleil was honored by the United Way of Tri-County at an event held March 28 at the Sheraton Framingham as the MetroWest/495 Corridor Volunteer of the Year. The breakfast gathering, titled “Be Bold,” was a way to honor the organization’s many dedicated supporters and volunteers, according to a press release. [...]