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There was a bit of music, a bit of food and drink, and a lot of things to do for the kids, all to benefit the police department’s K9 program.
Dannica Delauder recently captured this photo of mushroom while visiting Edmund Hill Woods.
Eight students from Marlborough’s Whitcomb Middle School returned home Sept. 15 from an exciting student exchange trip to Akiruno, Japan.
Here are five exciting events that are happening around the region this weekend, including the "Recycle Your Junk" fundrasier.
The city’s Council on Aging has been awarded a $10,000 grant to provide vaccines. Mayor Arthur Vigeant announced on Aug. 17.
Two years after breaking ground, the Marlborough Public Library is scheduled to reopen at 35 W. Main St. on Monday, Oct. 2.
MassDot has announced overnight closures for the ramps to and from I-495 northbound, I-290 and Route 20. Closures will be in place through Wednesday, Sept. 27, between 11 p.m. and 5 a.m.
The Marlborough Fire Department responded to a fire alarm at the Maplecrest Apartments at 64 Maple Street on Sept. 24.
The annual Friends of the Poor Walk, sponsored by St. Vincent de Paul, brings together congregants from Immaculate Conception and St. Mathias
The Marlborough Police Department notified the public the morning of Sept. 24 that they were searching for Isaac Rivera, 24.
The Marlborough Police Department is searching for Isaac Rivera, 24. He was last seen wearing a hospital gown and yellow socks.
Ransford Pest Technicians are experienced individuals, but perhaps more importantly they’re extremely friendly and easy to work with.
Parades, pie eating contests, talent shows – welcome to Spirit of Shrewsbury. There's also plenty of fun outside of Shrewsbury!
During the public hearing on a proposed zoning change for Sasseville Way on Sept. 11, the city’s conservation officer spoke against the proposal.
Neighbors living around Sasseville Way near Fort Meadow Reservoir love the trees, the space and the wildlife.
The four candidates vying to replace Arthur Vigeant as mayor of Marlborough engaged in a debate on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
The City Council approved 10-1 an application for a special permit for Professional Automotive on Mechanic Street on Monday, Sept. 18.
The Marlborough Fire Department responded to a fire at the Heights at Marlborough apartment complex at 38 Briarwood Lane on Sept. 19.