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Marlborough police seek man who stole cash register

Police are looking for a man who made off with a cash register from the Walgreens on Granger Boulevard on Sunday.

Wenzel: Marlborough Junior Woman’s seeking volunteers, dresses for Princess Boutique

The annual Metrowest Princess Boutique is quickly approaching and on Saturday, March 16, the GFWC Marlborough Junior Woman's Club will sponsor one of its largest planned initiatives for 2024.

Kemblowski, Phelan join MEDC board

The MEDC Board of Directors has voted in Marcus Kemblowski, the chief operating officer for Apex Entertainment, and Maurice Phelan, president of Sartorius Stedim North America, as new directors

Sisters by chance, teammates by choice

The Deneen sisters have helped the Marlborough girls basketball team notch 15 wins and earn the No. 23 seed in the MIAA Division 2 state tournament.

‘Focus on your why’: PlanDynamic helps with your financial independence

As a fee-only fiduciary, PlanDynamic doesn’t charge commissions or sell products; the advice is in the best interest of the client.

Six events happening this weekend

What's happening around the region over the next few days? Here are some local event going on over the weekend.

Hillside honors NBA star, alum Terance Mann

On Friday, Feb. 16, Los Angeles Clippers' Terance Mann returned to the private boys’ middle school and was honored.

Marlborough Hudson March 1, 2024

In this week's edition read Sisters by chance, teammates by choice. Deneen sisters instrumental in Marlborough basketball’s strong season

Jean M. Petrosky, 83, formerly of Marlborough

Jean M. (McIsaac) Petrosky, 83, of Boynton Beach,Florida and formerly of Marlboro, Mass passed on peacefully from this life on February 21, 2024 with her daughters by her side.

Community survey available on Marlborough’s city website

The community survey was first announced during the transition period back in November by then Mayor-elect Dumais.

Marlborough senior tax work-off applications now available

Mayor J. Christian Dumais has announced that as of Monday, Feb. 26, the application for the 2024 Senior Citizen Residential Property Tax Work-off Program (SCRPT) is open.
Richard M. MacIver

Richard M. MacIver, 86, formerly of Marlborough

SFC Richard M. MacIver 86 of Camden, ME and formerly of Marlborough, MA died at his home in the arms of his loving wife. Richard was born in Littleton, NH the son of the late Murdock J. and Margaret R. (Morrison) MacIver.

Messineo steps down as Marlborough’s chamber president

After about one year as president and CEO of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce, Steve Messineo will be resigning his position by Thursday, April 11.
Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

At or Near Retirement? Time to Say Bucket! Those at or near retirement face many decisions. Transitioning from a paycheck that builds savings to taking distributions...

Check out Marlborough Library’s Local History Room

Residents are invited to explore the Marlborough Public Library's newly completed Local History Room on Tuesday, March 5, from 4 to 7 p.m.

Mayor Dumais serves up first ‘Chat and Chew’

The first “Chat and Chew” with Mayor J. Christian Dumais on Saturday, Feb. 24, drew more than 80 residents to the senior center.
Jim Risotti

Jim Risotti, 72, formerly of Marlborough

Jim Risotti of North Reading, MA formerly of Marlborough. MA passed away February 23, 2024 after a vigorous life but also a long battle with heart disease.

Helen Lambert, 24, of Marlborough

Helen “Terry” (Palmer) Lambert, 74 of Marlboro, died Friday February 23, 2024 at the Lutheran Rehabilitation and Skilled Care Center in Worcester MA. She was the daughter of the late Robert "Skip" and Helen T. (Ross) Palmer.

Learn about Meals on Wheels program

Interested in volunteering to deliver meals to older adult neighbors but want more information? Come to the staging site to see the program in action.

Marlborough announces early voting schedule

At this election, voters will choose their nominee for U.S. President; State Committee man, State Committee woman; and ward committees.