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Making blankets for victims of Boston bombings

Marlborough - While sitting by the fireplace in the central living room at Christopher Heights or in the privacy of their own apartments, residents of the assisted living community are helping to ease the pain of the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings by knitting and crocheting "Blankies for Boston." "It is their way of providing warmth to first responders, victims and their families," said Patty Blodgett, activities director.

Historical Society scholarship to be awarded for web-based history project

Marlborough – The Marlborough Historical Society announced that its 2014 high school scholarship will be twice the size of prior years and will include...

First Church in Marlborough hosts ‘bucket’ fundraiser for hurricane victims

Marlborough – The First Church in Marlborough, 37 High St.,  has announced that it will be accepting Church World Service Emergency Cleanup Buckets for...

Marlborough Education Foundation announces 2011/2012 grant awards

Marlborough - The Marlborough Education Foundation (MEF), an independent, nonprofit, community-based corporation is pleased to announce its 2011/2012 grant award recipients. This year, over...

Friends of Marlborough Public Library present Regional Juried Art Exhibition

Marlborough - The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library will present their 40th Annual Regional Juried Art Exhibition from Monday, Nov. 7 through Sunday,...

Peter F. Thier, 69

Marlborough - Peter F. Thier, 69, died Saturday June 11, 2011, after an illness of several months. Born and raised in Pecs, Hungary, he...

Marlborough women’s group supports youth recovery program

Marlborough - More than 22,000 children and families in more than 20 states are receiving help with emotional and behavioral problems and are learning to live normal, happy lives through the Youth Villages nonprofit organization. In her quest to choose a program for Junior Women’s Clubs to support, Marlborough’s Diane McCurley, junior director of the General Federation of Woman’s Clubs (GFWC) of Massachusetts, chose Youth Villages.

Hillside School Farm in Marlborough continues to grow

Marlborough – About 140 boys in grades five through nine are learning in a unique environment, including a greenhouse and a barn filled with animals at the Hillside School Farm. To varying degrees, a farm has been an integral part of the school since it was founded in 1901 in Greenwich, Mass., then moved to its current location in Marlborough in 1927, and into the 2012-2013 school year.

Evangelous arraigned for alleged Marlborough voter fraud charges

Marlborough - Mark Evangelous, a former candidate for Councilor-at-Large, was arraigned on Feb. 15 on alleged voter fraud charges in Middlesex Superior Court.
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Marlborough police log, Sept. 7 edition

Marlborough Friday, Aug. 24 10:39 a.m. Cedar Hill St. Larceny. 12:08 p.m. Hosmer St. Fraud/forgery. 1:57 p.m. Elm/Felton Sts. MVA with injuries. 5:13 p.m. Arrested, Nathaniel J. Zapadka, 47,...

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Marlborough Girl Scout registration Sept. 26

Marlborough - Marlborough Girl Scouts will be holding a registration information session Wednesday, Sept. 26, from 6-8 p.m. at the Marlborough Public Library, 35...