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The Marlboro Moose Lodge, 67 Fitchburg St., will host a Summer Blowout BBQ on Saturday, July 8, from noon to 5 p.m.
The ambiance of Cyprian Keyes and the creativity of the Marlborough Garden Club came together for the organization’s Annual Meeting
Rev. Rheanna Goodrich has been settling into her new role as pastor of St. Stephen Lutheran Church, Marlborough, with a variety of events and milestones.
Color Killer, with its pop/punk music, will kick off the 2023 Marlborough Summer Concert Series in Union Common on Thursday, June 15, at 7 p.m. The event is great entertainment for the whole family.
It took 50 pounds of pasta, 40 pounds of meat and 76 eggs to serve diners at the Rotary Club of Marlborough’s May 17 Italian Night at Sts. Anargyroi church.
The Marlborough Garden Club is seeking nominations for its beautification awards, which recognize residents whose efforts are above the norm.
All proceeds will go to the Scouts of Hudson Troop 77, Hudson Troop 2, Marlborough Troop 2 and Assabet Valley Crew 23
It was a busy few days this spring for Marlborough Veteran Russ Flagg. Russ was honored by the Worcester Red Sox as the Veteran of the Game.
Assabet Valley Mastersingers will present “A Latin American Celebration” on Saturday, May 13, at 7:30 p.m. at Whitcomb Middle School, 25 Union St.
Headliners Carolyn Plummer and Jody Sloane top the all-female bill for Mother's Day Comedy Brunch at Apex Entertainment.
Celebrate spring with a free Family Fun Festival on Sunday, May 7, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Ward Park in Marlborough.
The Burrow, located at 1000 Green District Blvd. in Marlborough, is the scene of the 2023 Mayor’s Charity Benefit on Saturday, May 13.
Top Boston headliners Mike McDonald and Jimmy Cash top the bill for comedy at Apex Entertainment Marlborough.
Jaworek’s head coach and School Adjustment Counselor, Christine Hilditch, will be running the Boston Marathon as a part of the GOTR team
State Sen. Jamie Eldridge (D-Marlborough) has announced the return of the in-person 42nd Annual Senior Conference this year.
Five members have been added to the Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest board of directors, who play a role in the success of the programs.
The Marlborough Garden Club will offer several programs this spring, starting with “Humans and Their Use of Plants” April 12.
The Marlborough Lions Club is sponsoring a blanket and bedding drive to support Fresh Start Furniture Bank.
Something exciting is happening in the city on Saturday, April 8, as the Easter Bunny is hopping into Marlborough.
The Marlborough Police Department will be hosting its fourth annual youth academies this summer. The academy is free of charge.