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New stores open at Solomon Pond Mall

Stores like 2 Designing Women, Paris Nails, Daily Thread, FYE, Track 23, Instyle Kicks, Valley Artisans, J&J Pizza, Let’s Gourmet Sweets, Custom World and Shoe Supply are either open or set to open.
Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

Financial Aid Changes To Impact This Fall’s College Applications We’ve come to expect Congress naming new leg­islation that exaggerates impact but does little to be...

Thrive names three new directors

Thrive Support & Advocacy has announced that it has expanded its board of directors to 10 with the election of three new members.

Marlborough Hospital opens little library with health and wellness books

The latest addition to UMass Memorial Health Marlborough Hospital is something that can be taken – and given – freely.

Mark Grupposo takes charge at Villari’s Martial Arts and Wellness

Mark Grupposo is the new owner and head instructor of Villari’s Martial Arts and Wellness in Marlborough

Spiliotes named CEO for Crossroads Continuum

Crossroads Continuum, a nonprofit enhancing the quality of life for individuals with autism and related disorders from birth through adulthood, recently announced that Amelia “Lia” Spiliotes has joined the organization as its new chief executive officer.

Santander closing Marlborough Main Street branch

Santander Bank is pulling out of Main Street. A sign on the bank’s main entrance advises customers that the branch was closed as of Aug. 3.
Glenn Brown, CFP

Professional Perspectives: Your Money, Your Independence

Yes, even the Nasdaq-100 Index rebalances. What about you? On July 24th a special rebalance was held to reduce the Nasdaq 100 Index’s concentration in...
The Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest is located at 169 Pleasant Street in Marlborough. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Sudbury Foundation awards grants to Marlborough, Hudson organizations

Several local organizations have received grants from the Sudbury Foundation, including the Hudson Food Pantry and Community Cupboard.

Indian restaurant taking over Westender site in Marlborough

An Indian restaurant is coming to the site on Boston Post Road West formerly occupied by the Westender restaurant.

Enjoy uniquely crafted beer and a mellow vibe at Flying Dreams Brewing Co.

When you want a beer that is truly fine-tuned and crafted with care, Flying Dreams Brewing Co. is the place to go.

St. Mary’s Credit Union to offer homebuying assistance to people of color

St. Mary’s Credit Union has been approved to participate in the Lift Up Homeownership program.
The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce is gearing up for its BBQ, Bands and Brew event on Aug. 27. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Marlborough chamber to sponsor golf tournament

The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce will sponsor its 49th annual golf classic on Monday, July 24, at the Marlborough Country Club.

State accountants group elects new member of board of directors

The Massachusetts Society of Certified Public Accountants has announced that Linda Smith, CPA, was elected to its board of directors for its 2023-2024 fiscal year, which began May 1.

Marlborough Economic Development Corporation guides businesses to succeed

Meredith Harris, Executive Director of the Marlborough Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), provided insights into the city’s outlook.
Glenn Brown, CFP

PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES: Your Money, Your Independence

Enjoy Every Sandwicher Moment Once David Letterman had frequent guest and a favorite musician of his, Warren Zevon, on for an entire show. Zevon, who’d...

Harbor Freight Tools to open Marlborough location

Harbor Freight Tools, based in California, will officially open its newest location at 230 E. Main St. on Saturday, June 17.

MetroWest Free Medical Program opens in Marlborough

MetroWest Free Medical Program began in Sudbury in 2004 before moving to Framingham where it operated from 2008 to 2021.

PROFESSIONAL PERSPECTIVES: Your Money, Your Independence

Planning for the unexpected when things are good is a necessary evil. This is true for electing work benefits, insur­ance, estate planning and access to equity.

Find your favorite New England fare at Kennedy’s Restaurant & Market

Kennedy’s places significant focus on its community -- ties to the community are at the heart of the restaurant.