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Marlborough/Hudson Newsletter

List of posts to be included in the Marlborough/Hudson newsletter email.

Marlborough welcomes Rupal Patel as next Jaworek Elementary principal

Rupal Patel has been announced as the next principal of Jaworek Elementary School, taking the role after 16 years in Marlborough. 

Boys & Girls Clubs plan Hall of Fame breakfast

The Boys & Girls Clubs of MetroWest will honor five new hall of fame inductees on Thursday, May 19 as part of a Hall of Fame breakfast.

Hudson dedicates HHS baseball field to Hugo Guidotti Jr.

Hudson High School’s baseball field has a new name following a ceremony on Friday to rededicate in memory of Hugo Guidotti.

Marlborough City Council offers ‘olive branch’ to mayor over West Side fire station purchase

The Marlborough City Council voted on Monday to approve a motion that councilors described as an "olive branch" to the mayor.

‘She knows this district:’ Marlborough School Committee taps Mary Murphy for superintendent job

Marlborough’s school superintendent search has come to a close, pending contract negotiations, with the selection of Mary Murphy.

Marlborough’s CSF Scholar Bee makes return

There was a mix of individuals on hand for the CSF Scholar Bee held in the Apex Entertainment function room on April 29th.

Patriots sign former Marlborough High School star Liam Shanahan

Liam Shanahan signed with the team, inking a deal as a rookie free agent, according to his agent Brett Tessler.

Wenzel: Bob, Joan Gregoire celebrate anniversary, former Marlborough Hospital therapy dog named marathon’s official...

Bob and Joan Gregoire were honored recently with a surprise 45th wedding anniversary party earlier this month.

CA Marlborough Hudson April 29, 2022

In this week's issue read Library hosts engineering event Students learn STEAM concepts at Hudson Public Library

Kids playfully learn engineering at Hudson library

Kids on their April school vacation enjoyed discovering the result of linking STEAM concepts at an event at the Hudson Public Library.

Marlborough schools superintendent search narrows to four finalists

The search for Marlborough’s next schools superintendent took a step forward last week with a slate of finalists for the role.

MHS cooking class enjoys visit from food truck

Students in a new cooking class at Marlborough High School received a welcome visit last week, before April Vacation this week. 

UPDATE: Police seek public’s help finding missing teen

Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing 16-year-old girl, who was last seen on Friday evening.

Marlborough City Council approves fire station purchase as disagreement with mayor continues

The City Council approved a series of motions establishing a stabilization account for the West Side Fire Station.

Rimkus: Developers begin construction on luxury home complex, couple celebrates 50th anniversary

Toll Brothers home builders have begun construction of 64-luxury homes as part of a development off Chestnut Street. 

Outgoing Director of Public and Community Health reflects on time in Hudson

Hudson Health Director Kelli Calo is wrapping up a roughly seven year tenure with the Health Department, this week.

Marlborough library project moving forward after busy winter

Crews working on Marlborough’s Public Library renovation said last week that, with the exception of a slight one-week delay, they’re on schedule following a busy winter at the historic library site.

Marlborough Fire Department promotes two to lieutenant

The Marlborough Fire Department recently announced a pair of promotions, elevating Omar Torres and Michael Burnell to the rank of lieutenant. 

GoFundMe fundraiser seeks to raise money for MHS student’s new wheelchair

A Marlborough resident has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to buy a new wheelchair to help his brother.

Marlborough continues discussion on possible Richer School expansion

Discussion continued on an effort to expand Marlborough’s Richer Elementary School, last week, at a City Council meeting.