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Mayor introduces ‘Chat and Chew’

The event is an opportunity for seniors to share their concerns and ideas directly with the mayor while also enjoying a free breakfast.

Marlborough women have a rich heritage of serving their country in wartime

To these brave women we say thank you. The city of Marlborough is proud of you. Read more in this Marlborough History article.

Marlborough Cub Scouts drive up the fun with Pinewood Derby

Scouts and their families filled the gym at Jaworek Elementary School to engage in the annual Pinewood Derby.

Wenzel: Forestry, Parks and Cemetery foreman retires after 40 years

UMass Memorial-Marlborough Hospital recently gave a huge shout-out to John Kendall who is retiring after 23 years of service at Marlborough Hospital.

Marlborough library hosting Donor Appreciation Night

The Marlborough Public Library Foundation will hold a Donor Appreciation Night on Saturday, Feb. 10, from 6 to 9 p.m.

Solomon Pond Mall donates winter clothing

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

Wenzel: Kits for Kids busy helping those in need during the holidays

What is happening in Marlborough this week? Read Mary Wenzel's column to get the latest news, word on upcoming events, and more.

Marlborough Historical Society to feature women’s military display

The Marlborough Historical Society will be presenting a women’s military display on Jan. 13 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Wenzel: Dukes Drum & Bugle Corps, drill team reunites

What is happening in the City of Marlborough? Read Mary Wenzel's biweekly column to learn about all the Marlborough-related news.

Cast your line for fly fishing show in Marlborough

The 2024 edition of the nationwide Fly Fishing Show will begin its America tour Jan. 5-7 at the Royal Plaza Trade Center.

Calendar sale to benefit food pantries

Photographer Tami White is selling calendars featuring photos of Fort Meadow Reservoir.

Wenzel: Spare Time Shop to close

Duxbury High School has three football players all of whom had fathers that played football at Marlborough High School. Duxbury has just won its second consecutive Super Bowl at Gillette Stadium.

Marlborough’s Holiday Lights Contest underway

Mayor Arthur Vigeant has announced that the Holiday Lights Contest is underway. The city is looking for the best holiday displays.

Wenzel: GoFundMe started for Flashback Band member

Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant attended the Massachusetts Hockey Hall of Fame ceremony as former General Manager of the New England Sports Center, the late Wes Tuttle, was inducted into MA Hockey Hall of Fame.

Wenzel: Home for the Holidays, Holiday Boutique on the horizon

What has happened in Marlborough recently? Mary Wenzel outlines some happenings in Marlborough in her latest column.

Wenzel: MHS orchestra director to march in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

The MHS orchestra director will march in Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Marlborough seeks snow plow drivers

The city is currently seeking experienced winter snow plow contractors and equipment to hire for the 2023-2024 winter snow and ice operation. 

Marlborough Girl Scouts to stage Thanksgiving food drive

The Marlborough Girl Scouts will conduct a Thanksgiving Food Drive on Saturday, Nov. 4, from 9 a.m. to noon at Al Brodeur’s Autobody, 412 South St.

Wenzel: ‘Bon Appetit, Julia!’ staged at Fall Tea

 The tea was well attended by local residents who not only enjoyed the presentation but also enjoyed a light buffet featuring sandwiches, quiche, fruit, wonderful desserts and of course tea.

Marlborough Democrats to hold fall food drive

The Marlborough Democratic City Committee will be holding its fall collection to benefit the Marlborough Community Cupboard on Oct. 28.