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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Therese F. Gaynor, 83, of Marlborough

August 15th, 2016

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Marlborough – Therese F. (Blais) Gaynor, 83, of Marlborough, died Tuesday, Aug. 9, 2016. Born in Holland, Vt., she was the daughter of the late Elphege and Angeline (Pomerleau) Blais and the wife of John J. “Jack” Gaynor of Marlborough. A licensed hairdresser for many years, she was the owner of Terry Gaynor’s Beauty Shoppe […]

Randy E. Boyle, 57, of Marlborough

August 12th, 2016

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Marlborough – Randy E. Boyle, 57, of Marlborough, former longtime resident of Hudson, died unexpectedly Monday, Aug. 8, 2016. Randy was born in Clinton, son of the late Earle L. and Barbara E. (MacPherson) Boyle. He was raised in Hudson, where he attended local schools and was a 1978 graduate of Hudson High School. Randy […]

New curling club introduces sport to Marlborough area

August 11th, 2016

Two curlers at the Aug. 7 open house sweep ahead of a stone. The first half of the open house was devoted to throwing stones. The second half taught attendees how to sweep to make stones go farther.
Photo/Dakota Antelman

Marlborough – Ken Torris first saw curling in 1998 while watching the winter Olympics that year. Nearly 20 years later, he and a group of Metrowest-area curlers have partnered to create the Marlboro Curling Club.

Based at the New England Sports Center, the Marlboro Curling Club aims to further the sport of curling in a part of Massachusetts that currently lacks a local club. Torris hopes to build a community of curlers that will ultimately help expand the sport and bring high level competition to the area.

A friend and advocate is remembered in Marlborough

August 11th, 2016

Patti Foti’s sons, Christopher (l) and Anthony, stand next to gazebo dedicated to their mother.

Marlborough – Patti Foti, her friends agreed, knew how to get things done. As a proud Marlborough resident, home health aide and caregiver, she was an advocate for those who needed assistance, especially senior citizens in the community. In a firm but gentle way, she let city officials know what needed to be done and held them accountable. When she passed away unexpectedly at age 63 in March, her death left a huge hole in the hearts of many.

On Aug. 10, her family, along with her friends and neighbors in the Bolton Street apartments where she lived for the past year, gathered to not mourn, they said, but to celebrate her life. The ceremony was also a dedication for a special gazebo and recreational area on the property named in her honor.

Overview meeting for poll workers held

August 11th, 2016

Marlborough-Joseph “Joe” Duca has been serving as a constable in Marlborough elections for more than 40 years, a position he thoroughly enjoys. As manager of the team of constables and other poll workers, he said it is always helpful for all to keep up with the duties and responsibilities, which were recently defined by City Clerk Lisa Thomas at an overview meeting.

It is easy being green

August 10th, 2016

Cartoon/Ed Turner

Marlborough – When the Marlborough City Council meets for their bi-weekly meetings, they can have at times up to 200 pages of written documentation for review. That can result in almost 2,000 pages being printed out for each meeting.

To help reduce that cost, City Councilor Matt Elder has suggested that the council use electronic technology such as smartphones and tablets and websites such as Google Drive and Dropbox instead.

Marlborough police log, Aug. 12 edition

August 10th, 2016

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Marlborough Monday, Aug. 1 8:36 a.m. Pleasant St./Berlin Rd. Mav – property damage. 9:22 a.m. Phelps St. Disturbance. 2:30 p.m. Pleasant/Elm Sts. Suspicious activity. 4:39 p.m. Lincoln St./Lakeside Ave. MVA – injuries. 5:18 p.m. Francis St. Harassment. 6:09 p.m. Newton St./Granger Blvd. Suspicious activity. 8:17 p.m. Chestnut St. Threats. 10:30 p.m. Chestnut St. Vandalism. Tuesday, […]

Clarence J. Oak, 89, of Marlborough

August 10th, 2016

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Marlborough – Clarence J. “Oakie” Oak, 89, of Marlborough, died Sunday, Aug. 7, 2016 at Marlborough Hospital, surrounded by his family. He was the husband of Linda (Augusto) Oak for the past 66 years. He was born in Lynn, the son of the late Arthur and Lillian (Berthiaume) Oak, and was raised and educated in […]

Collage making workshop at Marlborough Library

August 10th, 2016

Marlborough – The Marlborough Public Library will hold a workshop, “Cut Paper Collage Making,” Tuesday, Aug. 23, from 6-8 p.m. in the library’s Bigelow Auditorium, 35 W. Main St. Join Emily Pechet, MFA, and make your own cut paper collage inspired by the French artist Henri Matisse. This workshop will begin with oil pastel drawing […]

Marlborough police chief says the city is safe

August 10th, 2016

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Marlborough – Chief of Police Mark Leonard assured Marlborough Rotarians that the city is safe and well-protected by a dedicated, well-trained team of 65 police officers.

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