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Marlborough retiree volunteers to enhance local watersheds

By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Marlborough resident Paul Goldman’s latest volunteer project is a collaboration with metal fabrication students from Assabet Valley...
Marlborough quarterback Steve DiGregorio tumbles into the endzone for a first-quarter touchdown Photo/Jeff Slovin

Marlborough Shuts Down Algonquin 28-0

By Jeff Slovin, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Panthers shut down the visiting Algonquin Regional Tomahawks with a 28-0 win in a game played...
(l to r) Keith Dwinells, AVP and main office branch manager of Avidia Bank; Marie Cheetham, executive director of the Addiction Referral Center (ARC); Ernie Kapopoulos, Board of Directors, president of ARC. Photo/submitted

Avidia donates to the Addiction Referral Center

Marlborough - The Avidia Charitable Foundation recently donated $2,000 to the Addiction Referral Center (ARC), based in Marlborough. This donation is to help with...
Croquet tournament participants included (first row, from left) Liz Greer, Pam Narahara, John Narahara, Ann Weston, Stan Hanson, Emily Hanson, Linda Hanson, Elaine Recklet and Peter Recklet; (second row) Harold Greer, Frank Dutt and Marlea Dutt. Photos/submitted

Saint Stephen Church raises funds for a water well

Marlborough - A village in need will have a clean, safe, convenient water source, thanks to the members and friends of Saint Stephen Lutheran...
Assabet Valley’s varsity volleyball team. Photo/submitted

Assabet’s volleyball team scores first win of season

Marlborough - On Sept. 6, Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Girls’ Varsity Volleyball defeated South Lancaster Academy 3-0, earning the first victory of...
Girl Scouts from Marlborough and Hudson with the bags they put together for local foster children. Photo/submitted

Local Girl Scouts take action to help foster children

By Kate Tobiasson, Contributing Writer Marlborough/Hudson - Some teenagers might be happy to spend their summers on the couch, but five charismatic girls from Marlborough...

Marlborough Cultural Council seeks funding proposals via online applications

Marlborough - The Marlborough Cultural Council has set a deadline of Monday, Oct. 15, for organizations, schools and individuals to apply for grants that...
Marlborough High School Marching Panther Band brings music to the parade route. Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Marlborough’s hockey Olympian leads 67th Labor Day Parade

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – The unofficial end-of-summer weekend concluded on a hot and humid Sept. 3 with the 67th annual Marlborough...
Confirmed overdose deaths statewide in 2017 are represented with 1,909 purple flags placed by volunteers Aug. 25 on the lawn of the Walker Building. Photos/Ed Karvoski Jr.

Candlelight vigil for overdose awareness takes place in Marlborough

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – Families and supporters endured the evening’s humidity Aug. 28 while attending the fourth annual candlelight vigil outside...
Lt. Gov. Karyn Polito was on the campaign trail recently in Marlborough, speaking at the New England Sports Center as Mayor Arthur Vigeant and NESC General Manager Wes Tuttle look on. Photos Submitted

Lieutenant Governor visits Marlborough on the campaign trail

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Lt. Governor Karyn Polito asked for four more years in the Statehouse at a gathering at the New...
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