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Marlborough City Council approves 2023 operating budget

The Marlborough City Council voted 10-0 this week to approve a $180,503,099 municipal operating budget for the 2023 fiscal year. 

Marlborough City Council considers $1 million library cost overrun

Marlborough’s library project may be on track to run $1 million over budget after unanticipated cost overruns. 

Marlborough police seek public’s help in assault investigation

MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Police Department is seeking the public's help as part of an ongoing assault investigation. The police shared a video just before...

Massachusetts AG sues major PFAS manufacturers

Massachusetts AG Maura Healey announced a major lawsuit against more than a dozen manufacturers of PFAS chemicals used in firefighting foam. 

MassDEP fines Waste Management for Marlborough transfer station violations

Waste Management is facing a fine after the MassDEP said it violated a series of waste regulations at its transfer station on Route 20.

Marlborough police log, May 27 edition

Marlborough Wednesday, May 11 9:17 a.m. Stone Gate Apartments/Saint Ives Way. Vandalism. 12:08 p.m. CVS Pharmacy/East Main St. Disturbance. 12:15 p.m. Target/Donald J. Lynch Blvd. Larceny. 2:13 p.m. Whitelock...

CA Marlborough Hudson May 27, 2022

In this week's edition read Ducklings rescued from storm drain
A proposed new fire station at the intersection of Elm Street and Bigelow Street would improve response times to rapidly growing commercial and residential parts of Marlborough’s West Side. Some living near the proposed site, though, have raised concerns.

Marlborough fire station project on hold, mayor says

Marlborough’s proposed West Side Fire Station project is now on hold, according to Mayor Arthur Vigeant, who detailed plans this week.

Marlborough Hudson May 20, 2022

In this week's edition read Developers, residents talk proposed Alta Marlborough project at public hearing

Developers settle with city in Marlborough Walcott housing project appeal

Marlborough’s proposed Walcott residential housing project will go back before the City Council under the terms of a settlement agreement. 

‘It’s going to change this corner’: Stakeholders discuss impact of proposed Alta Marlborough development...

Balloons flew over Marlborough’s French Hill neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon as part of a “balloon test” for Alta Marlborough.

Marlborough Lions Club to host Father Daughter Dance

The Marlborough Lions Club will sponsor its 25th annual Father Daughter Dance at the Best Western Royal Plaza on Thursday, June 16.
Richard P. deMello

Richard P. deMello, 70, formerly of Marlborough and Hudson

Richard “Rick” de Mello, PE, formerly of Hudson and Marlborough, died at Mass General Hospital on Tuesday, May 3, 2022 in the arms of his loving wife, Julienne (Remie).

Marlborough police log, May 20 edition

Marlborough Tuesday, May 3 8:22 a.m. Gulbankian Dr. Disturbance. 10:40 a.m. Home Depot/BPRE. Auto theft. 12:15 p.m. BPRE. Larceny. 12:27 p.m. Shell Gas-Seasons Market/BPRE. Threats. 1:42 p.m. Broad St. Fraud/forgery. 2:18...

Marlborough moves to adopt electronic poll pads

Marlborough will adopt electronic poll pads to replace voting lists for future elections. Paper ballots, however, will remain.

Ducklings rescued from storm drain in Marlborough

Three ducklings were rescued on Monday after falling into a storm drain at the intersection of Bolton St. and Granger Blvd. in Marlborough.

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.

Wenzel: Local reverend leads fundraiser for Ukraine, MHS hockey coach receives honor

The Rev. Dr. Kazimierz Bem is spearheading a fundraiser to help Ukrainians in Poland who are refugees from the Russian invasion.

William T. Hutch, 90, of Marlborough

William Thomas Hutch, 90, a lifelong resident of Marlborough, MA, passed away on Thursday, May 5, 2022. He was the husband of Beverly J (Seymour) Hutch for 67 years and the son of the late Harry E. and Rose M. (Joyce) Hutch.