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Apex Center development approved by council

Marlborough - The City Council approved a development agreement proposed by Walker Realty, LLC, to construct a large commercial project on Route 20, west of Glen Street, at the June 6 meeting. A study of a detailed site plan of the Apex Center of New England will continue by the Urban Affairs Committee and city department heads.
Jim Risotti

Jim Risotti, 72, formerly of Marlborough

Jim Risotti of North Reading, MA formerly of Marlborough. MA passed away February 23, 2024 after a vigorous life but also a long battle with heart disease.

Marlborough photographer captures residents’ stay-at-home moments

By Ed Karvoski Jr., Contributing Writer Marlborough – A number of Marlborough residents now have mementos of getting a much-appreciated breath of fresh air while...

Whitcomb School fair promotes health and wellness

Marlborough - In spite of the recent snowstorms and cold temperatures, 1LT Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School was filled with students, parents and members of the community for their Whitcomb Winter Wellness Fair Feb. 4. There were over 25 vendors set up throughout the building with displays, wellness-related information, demonstrations, samples, skin screenings, informational handouts and more.

Judith C. Duncan, 84, of Marlborough

Judy Duncan, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, and friend, passed away peacefully at home surrounded by family on December 4, 2023, in Marlborough, MA.

Marlborough man honors dad's memory with a ‘hole-in-one”

Marlborough – For a golfer, the ultimate achievement is when they get a "hole-in-one." Most golfers never do so. Nicholas Jaworek, who describes himself as "not really that good," had never made one either and never thought he would. But that all changed May 30 when he played a round at the Berlin Country Club. And he truly believes, he said, that he was able to do so that night thanks to his father, Michael, who had passed away just days before on May 24.

Mayor announces new program on dealing with rodents

New informational resources and a new reporting tool have been implemented on the city’s website in response to the ongoing rodent issues.

Local Democrats to sponsor 3rd Congressional District Candidates Forum

Hudson – The Hudson and Maynard Democratic town committees, and the Marlborough Democratic City Committee are sponsoring a candidates’ forum for the Democratic candidates...

Crossroads hosts ‘Social DisDance Party’ for World Autism Awareness Day

Marlborough – More than 55 households joined a virtual party April 2, dancing with their families, roommates and pets. Crossroads, a nonprofit organization for individuals with autism...

Marlborough Hudson January 12, 2024

In this week's edition read Hudson Girl Scouts pack meals for students in need. City Council finishes 2023 with veto overrides.

Marlborough library temporarily relocates to Walker Building

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - The staff and patrons of the Marlborough Public Library will watch part of their old home crumble to...

Four arrested in connection with thefts at Savers

Four people have been arrested in connection with a series of thefts at Savers on East Main Street, according to Marlborough Police.
Marlborough Cadets with officials from the Middlesex Sheriff’s Office and city officials Photos/submitted

Marlborough cadets graduate from Youth Public Safety Academy

Region – Middlesex Sheriff Peter J. Koutoujian recognized 177 Youth Public Safety Academy (YPSA) cadets from Framingham, Marlborough, Natick and Waltham during a graduation...

Marlborough groups refurbish Lake Williams gazebo

Mayor Arthur Vigeant has announced that the Lake Williams Gazebo, adjacent to the Marlborough Court House, recently got a makeover.

Special permit for dog-grooming business denied

Marquel Frink and Divino Oliveira, who run a dog-grooming business in Medway, would like to open All Fur Love at the site. 

St. Mary’s Credit Union to hold youth money management seminar

Marlborough – St. Mary’s Credit Union will present a free community service seminar Thursday, May 7, to educate young people about managing personal finances. The seminar will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. at the credit union’s headquarters, 46 Lizotte Drive, Marlborough. All are welcome; pre-registration is required. The seminar will focus on checking and savings accounts, loans, credit and collections, and setting goals and budgeting.

Senior athlete finishes High School career with baseball season

Marlborough – Leo Coelho is a three-sport senior athlete at Marlborough High School, participating in football, basketball and baseball. In the latter, particularly, Coelho shines. He is captain of the baseball varsity team and last year held a .500 pitching statistic (3 wins, 3 losses) with a batting average of .333.

MRCC Women at Lunch held at Marlborough Country Club

By Cindy Zomar, Contributing Writer Marlborough - The monthly Women at Lunch event of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce was hosted by the Marlborough...

Christopher Heights of Marlborough – Ten years of welcoming residents ‘home’

By Barbara Allen, Contributing Writer Marlborough- 2018 marks the tenth year that Christopher Heights of Marlborough has been providing a warm and worry-free welcome to older...

Sister Helen Ferland, 94, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Sister Helen Ferland, 94, a Sister of St. Anne, died Saturday, June 4, 2016 at Marie Esther Health Center in Marlborough. Sister...