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Several dozen high school student athletes were recently honored as MidWach League all-stars following the spring sports season.
Marcus Chrisafideis recently received three scholarships at the CSF of Marlborough Dollars for Scholars scholarship presentation.
The Marlborough City Council recently approved a zoning map amendment for parcels of land located on Jefferson Street and Lincoln Street.
In this week's edition read Festivalgoers and ‘lucky ducks’ return to downtown Hudson
The Relay for Life of Marlborough/Hudson took place on Saturday at Marlborough’s Ward Park raising money for the American Cancer Society.
The Marlborough Regional Chamber of Commerce (MRCC), last week, announced the recipients of its 2022 Community Foundation Scholarship Awards.
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Mayor Arthur Vigeant was on site for a tour alongside state legislators, city councilors and US Rep. Lori Trahan, among others last month.
In this week's edition read Portuguese Education Minister visits Hudson dual language program
A junior at Assabet High School recently won both a bronze medal for bowling and a gold medal for a welding sculpture.
Families and loved ones of AMSA graduates gathered on the field of the Fore Kicks Sports Complex on Friday for this year’s graduation.
The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Class of 2022 gathered at the DCU Center in Worcester on Saturday for its graduation.
Two Marlborough High School graduates recently returned to the local campus to talk to students about how their lives have turned out.
An annual fundraiser for the American Cancer Society is returning to the area this month with some longtime customs.
The Marlborough City Council voted unanimously on Monday to reappoint City Clerk Steve Kerrigan for a three-year term..
In this week's edition read how the Class of 2022 Celebrates
MHS celebrated its graduates this past weekend, marking a return to a traditional graduation ceremony format after COVID-19 disruptions.
Vintage cars lined Marlborough's Main Street on Sunday as part of the Main Street Car Show, which made its return after COVID-19 disruptions.
Marlborough’s library project marked a major milestone this week, with local leaders and project staff gathering at the library site.
Marlborough’s free Summer Concert series will return this year, with performances in multiple locations throughout the summer.
The United Brethren Masonic Lodge in Marlborough will host its 12th annual Main Street Car Show on June 5 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.