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Marlborough police log, June 21 edition

1:06 a.m. CVS Pharmacy/East Main St. Suspicious activity. 8:31 a.m. Applebriar Ln. Suspicious MV. 9:08 p.m. Clover Hill St. Threats. 9:15 p.m. Hudson/Mechanic Sts. Animal complaint.

Dr. Charles E. Fraser, 97, of Marlborough and formerly of Southborough

Dr. Fraser established and operated the Southborough Veterinary Hospital for 26 years Nov. 6, 1926 ~ June 14, 2024 Marlborough - Dr. Charles Edward Ovid Fraser,...
Gale M. Hafford

Gale M. Hafford, 84, of Marlborough

Gale Mary (Beaulieu) Hafford, 84, of Marlborough passed away peacefully on Friday, June 14, 2024 at Knollwood Nursing Center in West Boylston after a short illness.

Cummings Foundation awards grant to United Way, Senior Center

According to a press release, 150 nonprofits will share in $30 million in newly announced Cummings Foundation grants.

Local police affected by statewide 911 system outage

Local police departments have reported that the statewide 911 system is down.

Marlborough Hudson June 14, 2024

In this week's edition read Hundreds gather to celebrate 36th Annual Hudson Fest. Church begins‘ Hope After Loss’ support group.

Ways to keep cool during the heat wave

With a heat wave expected to hit the region over the next four days, here is a list of local beaches and cooling centers.

Northborough to pay Marlborough $7.6 million as part of sewer settlement agreement

A settlement agreement has been signed by both Northborough and Marlborough leaders in regards to litigation over sewer. 

O’Rourke to become Assabet Valley’s new principal

Patrick O’Rourke will succeed Mark Hollick as the next principal of Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School.

Marlborough church begins ‘Hope After Loss’ support group

Juaire encourages anyone who is seeking healing and restoration after suffering the loss of a loved one to addiction to check out the group.

10 things to do this weekend

What's happening around the region over the next few days? Here are some events in the local area that you might want to check out!

Marlborough Rotary Club’s run was still fun, despite the rain

About 20 children came to Noble Field to participate in the second annual Fun Run for Kids sponsored by the Rotary Club of Marlborough.
Brian R. Delaney

Brian R. Delaney, 51, of Marlborough

Brian R. Delaney of Marlborough passed away peacefully on Sunday, June 9, 2024 at UMass Memorial Medical Center in Worcester after a brief illness, while listening to Chicago and surrounded by loved ones.
Robert P. Sullivan

Robert P. Sullivan, 87, of Marlborough

Robert Paul Sullivan, 87, died on June 10, 2024 at Branches Assisted Living after a long bout with Parkinson’s Disease.

Former Rowe Funeral Home mixed-use project clears City Council

The former Rowe Funeral Home at 57 Main St. is one step closer to being torn down and replaced with a mixed-use project.

Sally A. Countryman, 84, of Marlborough

Sally A. (Mathews) Countryman, 84, of Marlborough, died Tuesday, June 11, 2024 at Marlborough Hospital.

‘We’ll be back here again’: AMSA softball loses in semifinals heartbreaker

Though the underdog Eagles fought hard, they ultimately came up short, losing the contest 2-0 to close out an excellent season.

Marlborough police log, June 14 edition

1:25 p.m. Fowler St. Fraud/forgery. 4:20 p.m. Dufresne Dr. Suspicious activity. 5:20 p.m. Elm/Sumner Sts. Suspicious activity. 5:50 p.m. Lincoln/Prospect Sts. MVA property damage only.

Mayor wants to bring back Labor Day Festival

Mayor J. Christian Dumais wants to bring back the Labor Day Festival. To that end, he has requested a free cash transfer of $50,000.
Nathalie M. Ahearn

Nathalie M. Ahearn, 97, of Marlborough

Nathalie M. (Martel) Ahearn, 97, of Marlborough and formerly of Hudson, MA., died Saturday, June 8, 2024, at New Horizons, Marlborough, MA, with her family by her side.