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Marlborough church begins ‘Hope After Loss’ support group

Juaire encourages anyone who is seeking healing and restoration after suffering the loss of a loved one to addiction to check out the group.

10 things to do this weekend

What's happening around the region over the next few days? Here are some events in the local area that you might want to check out!

Marlborough Rotary Club’s run was still fun, despite the rain

About 20 children came to Noble Field to participate in the second annual Fun Run for Kids sponsored by the Rotary Club of Marlborough.

Former Rowe Funeral Home mixed-use project clears City Council

The former Rowe Funeral Home at 57 Main St. is one step closer to being torn down and replaced with a mixed-use project.

Mayor wants to bring back Labor Day Festival

Mayor J. Christian Dumais wants to bring back the Labor Day Festival. To that end, he has requested a free cash transfer of $50,000.

Marlborough deploys special traps to deal with rodents

The city has deployed a new way of dealing with the rat problem. Smart boxes have been installed on public property in neighborhoods throughout the city.

Alexis Ott’s main ingredient for the Class of 2024 – resiliency

Alexis Ott mentioned it during her valedictorian address to her fellow members of Marlborough High’s Class of 2024 on June 2.

Wenzel: Marlborough Rotary holds annual Italian Night

The Rotary Club of Marlborough held its annual Italian Night May 22 at the Sts. Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church.

With strong pitching and timely hitting from Ava McLeod, AMSA softball advances to semifinals

"It’s been really exciting so far. We’re a really young team, but we’ve really stepped up and pulled it together this year."

Marlborough’s Piave Square honors World War I veterans

On October 12, 1922, the city celebrated with a parade and dedication exercises. What to know more? Read all about it here.

Seven things to do this weekend

What's going on around the region in the next few days? Read more to find out some exciting events happening this weekend.

Fire officials identify probable cause in Marlborough fatal fire

According to the State Fire Marshal’s office, the cause of the fatal fire on May 22 at 66 Nolan Way may be the careless disposal of smoking materials.

Marlborough Hudson June 7, 2024

In this week's edition read Alexis Ott’s main ingredient for the Class of 2024 – resiliency. School Committee discusses fiscal realities.

Marlborough cuts fifth grade band, orchestra from budget

During the meeting on May 28, the School Committee trimmed nearly $850,000 from its 2025 fiscal year budget.

Marlborough firefighters battle two-alarm house fire

The Marlborough Fire Department battled the second two-alarm fire in two weeks in the early morning hours of June 5.

Marlborough Panthers pounce on Burlington volleyball

With their season on the line, the Panthers turned back Burlington, winning the match, 3-0, and officially advancing to the Round of 16. 

Classic car show draws the crowds in Marlborough

It came just in time to fuel those summer fantasies of cruising down an open road, music blaring and motor roaring.

Marlborough’s ‘VioLynne’ shares her musical gift with others

"When you’re a musician, there’s something deep down. You need to compose. You need to play," 'VioLynne' said.

Marlborough High’s Class of 2024 – ‘tremendous character’

For Principal Daniel Riley, the Class of 2024 was one of facing adversity – especially a pandemic – with “tremendous character.”

Rockin’ the Boroughs reignites an obsession with music for a local resident

Anyone interested in becoming a member can join in at the Northborough Senior Center Thursdays from 1-3 p.m.