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Marlborough DPW now recycling mattresses and box springs

Residents will now be able to recycle their mattresses and box springs. Residents will be able to receive two free disposals ...

Marlborough police seeks community’s help after safe found

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Police Department is seeking the community's help after a safe that appeared to be abandoned was found last weekend. According to...

Marshalls relocates to Royal Plaza in Marlborough

Marshalls is relocating in Marlborough. The store will be relocating to Royal Plaza later this month on Aug. 25.

United Way of Tri-County launches backpack drive

The United Way of Tri-County’s annual Tools for School backpack drive is under way. United Way Director of Volunteerism Barbara ...

Marlborough Hudson August 12, 2022

In this week's edition read Hudson Police host first National Night Out

Marlborough firefighter David Gauthier retires

Marlborough firefighter David Gauthier retired after a 33-year career on July 21. He began his career with the Marlborough ...

Marlborough’s SJL Ride continues fundraising for scholarships

Over 250 motorcyclists endured humidity Aug. 6 to participate in the ninth Shawna Jean Larassa (SJL) Memorial Ride. 

Wenzel: Cancer1Source receives grant, Jean Peters honored for volunteer service

Karleen Habin and Mary Lou Woodford, with Cancer1Source, were the recent recipients of a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation.

Kosa Cannabis celebrates ribbon cutting and grand opening

Kosa — a boutique adult-use cannabis dispensary — celebrated their grand opening on July 21 with a ribbon cutting attended ...
Egan plays in the water in the Ghiloni Park splash pad.

Heat advisory in place for Aug. 4 and 5

With high temperatures on the horizon over the next couple of days, local leaders are highlighting available cooling centers ...

Matthew Sargent named Marlborough Labor Day parade grand marshal

Life-long Marlborough resident, Matthew Sargent, can be found in the city’s cemeteries cleaning and tagging veteran’s markers with photos ...

Marlborough Hudson August 5, 2022

In this week's edition read Matthew Sargent named Labor Day parade grand marshal
The old McGee Farm will remain as is, for now, after the Marlborough City Council rejected a special permit to build a multifamily residential development on the property.

Marlborough City Council sets public hearing for revised Walcott application

There will be a public hearing for the Walcott Heritage Farms project later this month. This comes after the developer had appealed ...

Marlborough Rotary Club celebrates 100th anniversary, looks to future

The Marlborough Rotary Club celebrated its 100th anniversary earlier this year. As the Marlborough Rotary Club now looks toward its future ...

MHS to debut new Accelerated Learning Academy

A new program this year will aim to help Marlborough High School (MHS) students who are struggling to graduate.

Marlborough-based charity gets $100,000 grant

The Marlborough-based public charity Cancer1Source will receive a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation, Mayor Vigeant announced.

Marlborough Eagle Scout supports Framingham bereavement center

Peter DeCruz built three large octagonal picnic tables and four Adirondack chairs at the Jeff’s Place site for his project.

Marlborough Hospital named one of the 148 best hospitals in the country

UMass Memorial Health - Marlborough Hospital was recently honored as one of the best hospitals in the country, earning a spot on a list ...

Marlborough City Council green lights permit for Alta project

The special permit for the 10,000-square-foot Alta project was approved 7-1-1-1 at a Marlborough City Council meeting on July 25.

Marlborough Hudson July 29, 2022

In this week's edition read how The Battle of Bunker Hill comes to Hudson