How can the Community Advocate help you promote your business?

Free workshop on ‘How to Secure Government Contracts’

Marlborough - The Marlborough Economic Development Corporation and the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce will present the “How to Secure Government Contracts” workshop free...

“Evening of Giving” benefits “Roland's House”

Marlborough – Hundreds of people attended the 23rd "Evening of Giving" fundraiser Thursday evening ?Dec 6. at the Best Western Royal Plaza Hotel in...

Flying Dreams Brewing Co.  in Marlborough celebrates first anniversary

Marlborough - Flying Dreams Brewing Co. and Taproom is celebrating its first anniversary at 277 Main St., Marlborough. Their award winning beer is served in...
Mayor Arthur Vigeant presents a certificate to Barbara McPhee. Photos/Nance Ebert

Christopher Heights’ resident celebrates her 100th birthday

By Nance Ebert, Contributing Writer Marlborough- Christopher Heights’ resident Barbara McPhee turned 100 years old Dec. 6, and cannot understand what all the fuss is...

Holocaust survivor speaks at Temple Emanuel in Marlborough

By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Marlborough - For almost two hours, Holocaust survivor Rose Westheimer captivated the audience at a Holocaust Memorial Day (Yom...

REVIEW: Sully's First Edition Pub

Marlborough - When I arrived at Sully's with a friend midweek for dinner, we immediately got the sense that everyone in the pub knew each other. Football season may be over and baseball season yet to begin, but Sully's pub wasn's lacking in sports fans.

Marlborough, Shrewsbury head to Cheerleading Nationals

Marlborough/Shrewsbury - It was a day filled with loud music, louder cheers, acrobatic flips, scintillating stunts, dozens of teams, hundreds of cheerleaders, dancers and spectators, and more than eight hours of competition and routines at Marlborough, Shrewsbury head to Cheerleading Nationals (SHS) Nov. 20. In the end, the cheerleading teams from Marlborough High School (MHS) and SHS both received bids to Nationals. MHS and SHS finished 7th and 8th out of more than 15 teams in a competitive Division 1 field. MHS cheerleading coach Adrienne DeGeorge spoke about her team's performance despite the loss of a key performer earlier this fall.

Marlborough police sergeant retires in his hometown

Marlborough – A law enforcement career spanning 32 and a half years in two communities culminated March 16 when Sgt. Richard McDevitt worked his final shift at the Marlborough Police Department (MPD). In doing so, he has accomplished his lifelong goals.

Gov. Baker awards energy storage grants at Marlborough Hospital

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – The Leahy Conference Room in UMass Memorial – Marlborough Hospital was filled with enthusiasm Dec. 7 when Gov....

Raymond G. Eldridge, 65, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Raymond G. Eldridge, 65, died unexpectedly Sunday, Oct. 9, 2016 at his home. He was the husband of Roberta (Mohan) Eldridge, to...

Weather in Marlborough

overcast clouds
35.3 ° F
37.4 °
33 °
60 %
90 %
36 °
29 °
28 °
33 °
34 °

Popular Marlborough Stories

Brianna M. Lacey, 24, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Brianna M. Lacey, 24, of Marlborough, died on Feb. 20, 2021 at St. Elizabeth Hospital. She was born in Framingham, the daughter of...