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Wenzel: Cancer1Source receives grant, Jean Peters honored for volunteer service

Karleen Habin and Mary Lou Woodford, with Cancer1Source, were the recent recipients of a $100,000 grant from the Cummings Foundation.

St. Stephen Church youth fill buckets for Fresh Start Furniture Bank

MARLBOROUGH - The youth of St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Marlborough recently formed a “bucket brigade,” collecting and filling 40 buckets with essential cleaning...

Marlborough flag display seeks to prompt conversations about 9/11

By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor MARLBOROUGH - The Walker Building in Marlborough shone in red, white and blue last week in recognition of the 20th anniversary...
Marlborough Democratic Committee members delivering donated food and personal care items to Marlborough Community Cupboard.

Marlborough Democratic City Committee plans food drive for Community Cupboard

MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough Democratic City Committee (MDCC) is conducting its third collection drive for the benefit of the Marlborough Community Cupboard on Saturday,...

Marlborough, Hudson police mark autism awareness month

REGION - Marlborough and Hudson police patches have a new look this month as both departments are rallying for autism awareness. Part of an initiative...

Lions Club postpones Father-Daughter Dance

MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Lions Club is postponing the Father-Daughter Dance scheduled for Friday, Sept. 24. This is “due to the Delta variant and...
The Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest is located at 169 Pleasant Street in Marlborough. Photo/Dakota Antelman

Boys & Girls Club receives $4,000 grant from Attorney General

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - The Boys & Girls Club of MetroWest has received a $4,000 grant from Attorney General Maura Healey’s Office...

Forrest Memorial Road Race to take place Sept. 26

MARLBOROUGH - The 37th annual Forrest Memorial Road Race will start and finish at the Wayside Athletic Club in Marlborough on Sunday, Sept. 26...

AMSA plans performance of ‘The Lion the Witch and the Wardrobe’

MARLBOROUGH - The Advanced Math and Science Academy Drama Society will be performing the “The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe” on Friday, Dec. 10...

Laborious Labor Day Road Race to take place Sept. 6

MARLBOROUGH – The Laborious Labor Day Road Race is back and set to take place Sept. 6 at Ghiloni Park in Marlborough.  The event is...

Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest offer summer programming

MARLBOROUGH - The Boys and Girls Clubs of MetroWest will be hosting summer programs starting on Monday, June 28.  Camps will run through Friday, August 20...

St. Stephen families support Cathedral in the Night

MARLBOROUGH - More than 20 families from St. Stephen Lutheran Church in Marlborough helped give back through a recent outreach effort to the Northampton-based...

PHOTOS: Icy scenes linger after snowy February

Marlborough - Photographers in Marlborough captured glistening icicles and windswept hillsides before the relative heat of the last few days melted much of this...
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Hudson students’ ‘speak up’ in letters to Editor project

Hudson – Students in Kate Tobiasson’s class seventh grade English Language Arts class at the Quinn Middle School recently competed a unit on persuasive writing....
Group luncheon with "thank you" on screen with American Flag in background

New Horizons celebrates Veterans Day with residents

MARLBOROUGH - New Horizons in Marlborough hosted a luncheon for its resident veterans, on Nov. 11.  New Horizons Assisted Living has roughly 80 such resident...
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Thank you from St. Vincent de Paul Societies

To the Editor:  The Marlborough St. Vincent de Paul Societies (of Immaculate Conception and St. Matthias) would like to thank the community for their support...
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Thank you to all who helped in effort to vaccinate school nurses

To the Editor: Dakota Antelman's article captured the spirit of the volunteer vaccine clinics on January 7th & 8th ("Marlborough doctor runs COVID-19 vaccine clinic...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

MRCC joins Rotary Club recycling event

MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce and the Marlborough Rotary Club are gearing up for a major recycling event Saturday, May 8...

President should not have pardoned Arpaio

With so much tragedy and horror in the world that is out of our control, it is appalling to me that the president added to the pain and mistreatment suffered by the victims of former Sheriff Arpaio by pardoning him with the simple and erroneous statement that Arpaio was convicted for “doing his job.”
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Eyeing the recovery

To the Editor:  Chambers of Commerce around the world have been champions of free enterprise for over 400 years, rallying around everything from job creation...