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CA Marlborough Hudson April 29, 2022

In this week's issue read Library hosts engineering event Students learn STEAM concepts at Hudson Public Library

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 teen competing in curling junior national championship

Marlborough’s Benjamin Skoog headed to Plover, Wisconsin this past weekend to compete in this year’s Junior National Curling Championship.

Marlborough, Hudson students receive US service academy nominations

Four area students were honored earlier this month after they secured congressional nominations to attend various US service academies.

‘It was really a special night’: Assabet hockey community gathers for alumni game

MARLBOROUGH - An Assabet Valley Regional High School alumni hockey game on Saturday afternoon drew multiple generations of Aztecs players to Navin Skating Rink...

UPDATE: Marlborough mayor vetoes proposed fire station land purchase order

Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant has vetoed an order from the City Council pertaining to the city's proposed West Side Fire Station.

Marlborough schools superintendent search narrows to four finalists

The search for Marlborough’s next schools superintendent took a step forward last week with a slate of finalists for the role.

CA Marlborough Hudson April 22, 2022

In this week's edition read Developer pitches mixeduse project in Marlborough’s French Hill area

MHS cooking class enjoys visit from food truck

Students in a new cooking class at Marlborough High School received a welcome visit last week, before April Vacation this week. 

Area residents complete Boston Marathon

The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has released preliminary race results for this year's Boston Marathon. 

UPDATE: Police seek public’s help finding missing teen

Police are seeking the public’s help in finding a missing 16-year-old girl, who was last seen on Friday evening.

Boston Marathon underway with dozens of area runners competing

The Boston Marathon got underway this morning, with more than 60 local registrants set to cross the starting line in Hopkinton.

High school scoreboard: AMSA pitcher tosses no-hitter, Shrewsbury baseball soars

The spring sports season is now in full swing more than halfway through the month of April. A number of teams had strong performances.

Marlborough Eagles’ Easter egg hunt returns for 30th year

A longtime Marlborough holiday tradition returned for its 30th year on Saturday after a two-year hiatus due to pandemic restrictions.

Wenzel: Eagles to host Easter Egg Hunt; Greek Orthodox Church plans bake sale

The annual Eagles Easter Egg Hunt will be held the day before Easter, on Saturday, April 16, at noon sharp, at Ward Park. 

Marlborough City Council approves fire station purchase as disagreement with mayor continues

The City Council approved a series of motions establishing a stabilization account for the West Side Fire Station.

Marlborough Fire Department welcomes two new firefighters as one retires

The Marlborough Fire Department celebrated two new firefighters as it also honored the retirement of another firefighter earlier this month.

Marlborough, Hudson students win Good Citizen Award 

Marlborough’s Sarah McKinnon and Hudson’s Kelsey True won the Good Citizen Award from the Daughters of the American Revolution recently.

Developer pitches mixed-use project in Marlborough’s French Hill neighborhood

A developer is eyeing the corner of Lincoln and Mechanic Streets in Marlborough as the potential location of a new mixed-use development.

Marlborough mayor gives update on regional emergency dispatch discussions

Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant said late last month that the city has been having conversations about a regional dispatch program.