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Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

Thanks, Dad — For Showing How to Lead, Then Trusting to Follow Fatherhood isn’t just about providing; it’s about leading by example, imparting wisdom, and...

Marlborough Hospital hosts Safe Summer Fun Day

Marlborough Hospital’s Safe Summer Fun Day will be held on Saturday, June 1, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on the campus’ front lawn and parking lot.
Glenn Brown, CFP

PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES: Your Money, Your Independence

Empower New Graduates with Gifts of Independence With graduation season approaching, many friends and family members seek meaningful ways to celebrate the achievement. While traditional gifts...

Finance Committee approves increase for MEDC budget

The City Council’s Finance Committee discussed two transfer requests for the Marlborough Economic Development Corp.

Mercier named Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce president

“It was a pretty fast transition, but one that I’m really comfortable with. I can see places where I’m going to make my mark,” she said.

Word on the Street bookstore moves into former bank

With the new space, Word on the Street plans to expand its offerings of children’s books, along with books and merchandise for adults.

Bruins help kick off new conference center at Solomon Pond Mall

Solomon Pond Mall unveiled its new 6,800-square-foot Pond Club and Conference Center with a Boston Bruins watch party.
Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

Ready Homebuyers? Things Are About To Change. It’s been a perfect storm the last 3+ years against first and second-time homebuyers. But a change is coming,...

Pleasant Hill Retirement Community opens this summer

Pleasant Hill will bring a unique all-inclusive, resort-style experience tailored to seniors age 55 and over to the Marlborough community. 

Progress continues on new Wemmy’s Kitchen & Lounge

There’s a good sign that Wemmy’s Kitchen & Lounge is getting closer to opening, which is at the former site of Fish.

Kemblowski, Phelan join MEDC board

The MEDC Board of Directors has voted in Marcus Kemblowski, the chief operating officer for Apex Entertainment, and Maurice Phelan, president of Sartorius Stedim North America, as new directors

Messineo steps down as Marlborough’s chamber president

After about one year as president and CEO of the Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce, Steve Messineo will be resigning his position by Thursday, April 11.
Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

At or Near Retirement? Time to Say Bucket! Those at or near retirement face many decisions. Transitioning from a paycheck that builds savings to taking distributions...

Work at 28 S. Bolton St. in Marlborough proceeds

Construction at 28 S. Bolton St. is well underway. Crews have been erecting the framework for the project for the past several weeks.

Main Street Café celebrates 40 years

Over the past four decades, the Main Street Café at 182 Main St. – steps away from City Hall – has been serving up breakfast and lunch.
Glenn Brown, CFP

PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES: Your Money, Your Independence

Frugal February… A Different Take, One That’s Sustainable. Seen the “Frugal February” challenge recently? The main idea is following holiday indulgences and resolutions being forgotten,...

Kennedy’s hosting exhibit of art from Marlborough students

For the next few months, Kennedy’s Restaurant and Pub on Maple Street will have something special on the side.

Solomon Pond Mall donates winter clothing

Thirty boxes, plus five big bags of winter clothing are en route to those who need it most.

Nothing definite yet for former Wildwood restaurant

Almost a year after it shut down, the exterior of the former Wildwood restaurant at 189 Boston Post Road East still stands.

Merrimack Valley Credit Union holds annual toy drive

Merrimack Valley Credit Union recently held its annual toy drive to support families in need throughout Massachusetts.