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Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough High School rolling out the red carpet for the class of 2021

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH — High School seniors will be the stars of the day Saturday, June 5, after going through a difficult...

Attorneys agree with cessation of building permits

Marlborough - A public hearing to discuss a six-month moratorium on permits for housing developments in the city drew favorable comments from two local attorneys and no opposition at the Feb. 6 City Council meeting.

For Marlborough students, a perfect Halloween celebration

By Melanie Petrucci, Senior Community Reporter Marlborough – For most children, trick or treating on Halloween is a magical, much anticipated time as they put on...

Marlborough rallies to support Jr. Bruins recruit from Georgia

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By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - Daniel LeCompte’s hockey journey has made an unlikely connection between Marlborough and Forsyth County, Georgia. Now, LeCompte and his...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough City Council approves budget for Fiscal Year 2022

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough City Council voted to approve Mayor Arthur Vigeant’s $173,983,364 budget for Fiscal Year 2022 (F.Y. 22)...

Marlborough Moose celebrates 100th anniversary

Marlborough – Members of the Marlborough Moose Family Center 1129 celebrated its 100th anniversary with a party Sept. 22, while marking the 60th year at its current location on Fitchburg Street. Moose International is commonly associated with its slogan: "The Family Fraternity." Many members were introduced to the organization through family connections, including Steven Ronayne, the administrator of the Marlborough Moose.

Marlborough students show off their artistic talents at annual show

By Catherine Twing, Contributing Writer Marlborough – The 1LT Charles W.Whitcomb Middle School was filled with proud parents and smiling students of all ages April 4...

Temple Emanuel in Marlborough welcomes visitors for High Holy Day services

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By Jane Keller Gordon, Contributing Writer Marlborough – More than 70 years ago, on Oct. 24, 1945, the doors opened to Temple Emanuel’s first house...
The entrance to the Marlborough Public Library in the Walker Building.

Marlborough Public Library reopens in temporary Walker Building home

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Public Library has completed its temporary move to the Walker Building. Now, the library has also...

New property tax rate set in Marlborough

Marlborough - Following a joint Tax Classification public hearing with the Board of Assessors at its Dec. 7 meeting, the City Council voted to set next year’s real estate tax rates at $15.34 for residential homeowners and $25.69 for commercial and industrial property. Final tax rates are subject to Department of Revenue approval.