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Friday, July 19, 2019

Sheriff's Community Work Program lauded as success in Marlborough

Marlborough – Like many municipalities, Marlborough finds itself struggling to find funding at times to pay for needed city services. This past summer, when work needed to be done to clean up two of the city's parks, Mayor Arthur Vigeant turned to an unusual source to find manpower- the office of Middlesex Sheriff Peter Koutoujian. Over the past year, the Community Work Program (CWP) run by Koutoujian's office has sent crews composed of non-violent inmates near the end of their jail terms to areas throughout Metro West to work on municipal projects. Crews in Marlborough spent several days clearing weeds, vines and other debris from Ward Park and Stevens Park. According to Vigeant, this measure saved the city $5,000.

Touchstone seeking furniture and volunteers

Marlborough - Extending a helping hand to people in need, giving them some of the simple necessities of life, such as furniture and household items, which will restore hope, dignity and stability, is the mission of the Touchstone Furniture Depot of Marlborough.

Tax work-off program praised by mayor

Marlborough - Reliability, enthusiasm, promptness and a willingness to do whatever is needed are among the positive attributes displayed by the 25 seniors enrolled in the city's first Senior Citizen Residential Property Tax Work-off Program (SCRPT). This was emphasized in Mayor Arthur Vigeant's first annual report on the SCRPT program presented to the City Council during the council's Feb. 11 meeting. A total of 49 applicants were deemed eligible for the program, and 25 seniors from that pool were selected through a random drawing, Vigeant said.

Locals report military news

Marlborough - Navy Seaman Joao Paulo C. Lima, son of Ana Marie C. Lima, of Marlborough, and Silvio A. Martins, of Marlborough, recently completed...

Marlborough Public Library Classic Film Series to show Casablanca, Citizen Kane

Marlborough - The Friends of the Marlborough Public Library will continue their winter Classic Film Series with Casablanca Saturday, Feb. 18, and Citizen Kane...

Lions Club meets humanitarian needs

Marlborough - Many local residents have become acquainted with the Lions Club by attending the annual Labor Day Bed Race, the Amazing Race or the popular Father-Daughter Dance, events held successfully for many years.

Manuel L. Moreira Jr., 35, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Manuel L. Moreira Jr., 35, of Marlborough, formerly of Hudson, died Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016 at his residence. Manny was born in Framingham,...

Marlborough Community Development Authority (MCDA) Request for Services | Public Notice

Marlborough - Designers registered in Massachusetts are advised that applications are available for preparation of plans and specifications and construction administration for the HILAPP: K&B, fire alarm, elect, common floors, ADA, balconies, envelope at the MCDA’s Pleasant Street Apartments 667-1-DHCD-FISH-170060.

Giving the gift of education

Marlborough – No one likes to pay taxes but in Marlborough there is a voluntary initiative that makes it a little less painful. By checking...

Dlott chosen as interim school superintendent

Marlborough - Stephen Dlott received high praise from Marlborough School Committee members as they voted unanimously to hire him as the Marlborough Public School's interim superintendent at the committee's July 26 meeting. Dlott will replace former Superintendent Anthony Pope, who resigned in June after months of contentious battle with the Marlborough school community. The committee members said they have complete confidence in Dlott's ability to rebuild trust and credibility in moving forward.

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Gregoire honored at 2019 Alzheimer’s Association Lobby Day

Marlborough - Representative Danielle W. Gregoire (D-Marlborough) was presented with an Outstanding Legislative Achievement Award in June from the Alzheimer’s Association.  Gregoire was acknowledged...