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Marlborough Board of Health to discuss possible mask mandate

MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Board of Health did not enact a mask mandate at its meeting on Monday night. But it plans to consider the...

Lincoln-Sudbury student builds bog bridges at Marlborough’s Holt’s Grove

MARLBOROUGH - Visitors to Holts Grove Conservation Land in Marlborough may now find walking through the trail there a little easier thanks to a...

Wenzel: Fashion designer visits MHS, Women’s Fellowship plans presentation

The glamor world of fashions arrived at MHS recently as renowned designer Anthony Ferrara met with members of the MHS Fashion Club. 

AMSA shuts out HHS volleyball in early-season matchup

By Jesse Kucewicz, Contributing Writer HUDSON - The Advanced Math & Science Academy girls volleyball team defeated Hudson High School in three straight sets Sept....

Marlborough’s Polar Plunge makes a splash for the Special Olympics

MARLBOROUGH – Individuals and teams appreciated mild temperatures on March 6 during the sixth in-person Polar Plunge to benefit Special Olympics Massachusetts (SOMA).  They dove...

Marlborough claims Boroughs Cup title with win over Algonquin

REGION - The Marlborough High School boys hockey team rumbled past Algonquin on Saturday, slowing an otherwise explosive Algonquin offense to notch their first...
Crews respond to a water main break on Donald Lynch Blvd. on May 11. A recent lawsuit against the City of Marlborough has made a number of allegations regarding alleged mismanagement of the city’s water and sewer infrastructure. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Former employee sues city, blames mismanagement for water, sewer issues

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - A former Water and Sewer General foreman who is currently suing the City of Marlborough, recently said he...

Marlborough firefighters battle early evening fire

By Ron Ayotte, Contributing writer MARLBOROUGH - Firefighters made a quick knockdown of a structure fire at 113 Washington Street in Marlborough in the early...

Marlborough nurse one of lucky few to get free Super Bowl tickets for health...

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Marlborough - While New England expat Tom Brady celebrated his Super Bowl win Feb. 7,  Patrice Spicer, a nurse at UMass...

Marlborough City Council’s Finance Committee to review BJ’s tax incentive request

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH—The City Council’s Finance Committee will review an application from BJ's Wholesale Club for a tax-increment financing agreement (TIF) tied...

UPDATE: Local groups hold Christmas tree pickup drives

UPDATE: This post has been updated to include information on Marlborough's Christmas tree drop-off program. REGION - Need to get rid of a Christmas tree? Everyone...

Comeback win sends Marlborough boys hockey into state final

The top-ranked Marlborough boys hockey team is now one win away from a state title after it beat Lynnfield 3-2 on Monday.

Ken Reynolds played pro baseball, but found his true passion in teaching

By Nick Abramo, Sports Columnist MARLBOROUGH - Kenny Reynolds was a major league pitcher for much of the 1970s, but that experience doesn’t define who he...

Westborough singer shares passion for music at Marlborough High

Caleb Whelden of Westborough developed an interest in a cappella music while a high school student growing up in Nantucket. 

Marlborough’s CSF Dollars for Scholars plans to relaunch Scholar Bee

MARLBOROUGH - After a relatively quiet year in terms of fundraising, CSF of Marlborough Dollars for Scholars program has come roaring back with a...

Marlborough’s Bobby Butler signs new deal with Worcester Railers

MARLBOROUGH - Marlborough hockey star Bobby Butler grabbed headlines earlier this month with a surprise return to professional hockey as a member of the...

Wenzel: Police complete No Shave November fundraiser; paraeducator marks retirement

MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough Police Department’s “NO SHAVE NOVEMBER” fundraiser has ended. A total of $3,295 dollars was collected to benefit “Cops for Kids...

Marlborough City Council approves Raising Cane’s special permit

By Stuart Foster, Community Advocate MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough City Council voted 10-1 to approve a special permit for a proposed Raising Cane’s restaurant at 141...

UPDATE: Tornado touched down in Marlborough, NWS confirms

Funnel clouds spotted throughout region as two other tornados touch down By Dakota Antelman, Managing Editor UPDATE: After fielding reports of funnel clouds across the region,...

Marlborough Fire Department promotes two to lieutenant

The Marlborough Fire Department recently announced a pair of promotions, elevating Omar Torres and Michael Burnell to the rank of lieutenant.