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Region plans 2022 Memorial Day observances

Area communities are all gearing up for Memorial Day observances on Monday as many welcome a return to more traditional parades.

Marlborough Lions Club to host Father Daughter Dance

The Marlborough Lions Club will sponsor its 25th annual Father Daughter Dance at the Best Western Royal Plaza on Thursday, June 16.

Ducklings rescued from storm drain in Marlborough

Three ducklings were rescued on Monday after falling into a storm drain at the intersection of Bolton St. and Granger Blvd. in Marlborough.

Wenzel: Local reverend leads fundraiser for Ukraine, MHS hockey coach receives honor

The Rev. Dr. Kazimierz Bem is spearheading a fundraiser to help Ukrainians in Poland who are refugees from the Russian invasion.

Team Sharing’s in-person run/walk returns to Marlborough roads

Team Sharing's annual 5k run/walk returned to Marlborough roads on May 7 after multiple years of running virtual due to pandemic restrictions.

Marlborough resident runs Boston Marathon one year after hospitalization

Ben Braun hit the course for the Boston Marathon as part of Team Tufts MC – the charity team for Tufts Medical Center.

Hudson woman grateful for successful kidney donation after chance meeting in Target parking lot

Long awaited and once delayed, a kidney donation surgery involving a pair of local residents went forward successfully on Tuesday.

Wenzel: Bob, Joan Gregoire celebrate anniversary, former Marlborough Hospital therapy dog named marathon’s official...

Bob and Joan Gregoire were honored recently with a surprise 45th wedding anniversary party earlier this month.

Marlborough firefighter, fiancée welcome daughter born in ambulance on I-290

Marlborough firefighter Matt Lupisella ended up assisting his fiancée, Jennifer Melo, with the birth of their daughter.

Marlborough to hold boating safety course

The Massachusetts Environmental Police will teach a free, four-class boating safety course at the Jericho Lodge in Marlborough.

Marlborough Eagles’ Easter egg hunt returns for 30th year

A longtime Marlborough holiday tradition returned for its 30th year on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.

Wenzel: Eagles to host Easter Egg Hunt; Greek Orthodox Church plans bake sale

The annual Eagles Easter Egg Hunt will be held the day before Easter, on Saturday, April 16, at noon sharp, at Ward Park. 

Marlborough Fire Department welcomes two new firefighters as one retires

The Marlborough Fire Department celebrated two new firefighters as it also honored the retirement of another firefighter earlier this month.
Marlborough Democratic Committee members delivering donated food and personal care items to Marlborough Community Cupboard.

Marlborough Democratic City Committee to hold fundraiser for Community Cupboard, Ukrainian children

The MDCC's spring collection drive will also collect funds to donate to Ukrainian children later this week.
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough Colonial Garden Club to bring back in-person plant sale

The Colonial Garden Club of Marlborough will return to hosting an annual in-person plant sale after a two-year hiatus later this month. 

Marlborough library project moving forward after busy winter

Crews working on Marlborough’s Public Library renovation said last week that, with the exception of a slight one-week delay, they’re on schedule following a busy winter at the historic library site.

Marlborough Fire Department promotes two to lieutenant

The Marlborough Fire Department recently announced a pair of promotions, elevating Omar Torres and Michael Burnell to the rank of lieutenant. 

GoFundMe fundraiser seeks to raise money for MHS student’s new wheelchair

A Marlborough resident has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to buy a new wheelchair to help his brother.

Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club hosts 16th Trivia Night

The Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club hosted its 16th Trivia Night on April 1 at the the Hudson-Concord Elks Lodge 959.

Wenzel: Fashion designer visits MHS, Women’s Fellowship plans presentation

The glamor world of fashions arrived at MHS recently as renowned designer Anthony Ferrara met with members of the MHS Fashion Club.