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Marlborough library project moving forward after busy winter

Crews working on Marlborough’s Public Library renovation said last week that, with the exception of a slight one-week delay, they’re on schedule following a busy winter at the historic library site.

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. 

GoFundMe fundraiser seeks to raise money for MHS student’s new wheelchair

A Marlborough resident has started a GoFundMe campaign to raise money to buy a new wheelchair to help his brother.

Marlborough continues discussion on possible Richer School expansion

Discussion continued on an effort to expand Marlborough’s Richer Elementary School, last week, at a City Council meeting.

Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club hosts 16th Trivia Night

The Marlborough Junior Woman’s Club hosted its 16th Trivia Night on April 1 at the the Hudson-Concord Elks Lodge 959.

Marlborough receives $25,000 fuel assistance grant

Marlborough heating customers may soon get a helping hand thanks to a grant from the state Attorney General’s office. 

MGB withdraws Westborough expansion plan

Mass General Brigham (MGB) will not be coming to Westborough after it withdrew plans at the state level on Friday.

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. 

Marlborough Mayor, City Council members clash over fire station funding question

Mayor Vigeant and some city councilors disagreed over a transfer of funds related to the proposed West Side Fire Station on Monday. 

MHS to host a single graduation for first time since COVID-19 onset

This year’s graduation ceremony will be a single ceremony for all graduates for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic’s onset.

Sen. Eldridge talks DCR funding, affordable housing at forum

State Sen. Jamie Eldridge called on local business leaders to share their thoughts on the local housing situation in comments last week.

Assabet robotics team continues long tradition of success

The Assabet AZTECHS robotics team recently won recognition for its creativity in a competition held in Waterville, Maine.

State legislators talk pandemic recovery at Assabet Valley Chamber forum

Local state legislators emphasized work to preserve some of the business support systems that have emerged during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Area residents prepare for 2022 Boston Marathon

Residents are set to converge on Hopkinton for the 2022 marathon, which is now back on its regular schedule.

Marlborough rallies to support firefighter family after father’s passing

Friends and families came together on Friday for a fundraiser to help the family of Mike A. Burnell with medical expenses.
Assabet field hockey is finding success under new coach Caitlyn Lucht. (Photo/Dakota Antelman)

Assabet celebrates $249,000 state grant

A nearly $250,000 grant will let Assabet buy new equipment to strengthen its metal fabrication and welding programming. 

Empathy at the core of Greendale Physical Therapy’s practice  

Greendale is getting set to expand with a new location at 435 Lakeside Avenue in town. This is Greendale’s fourth location. 

Assabet cheerleading team wins national championship

The Assabet cheerleading team returned from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, this past weekend with a national championship in hand.

Marlborough High School Business Professionals of America students have strong showing

Twelve MHS students won a total of twenty medals at this year’s Business Professionals of America state leadership conference.

Marlborough boys hockey looks to future after state finals loss

The Marlborough boys hockey team’s 2021-2022 season came to end on Sunday with a state finals loss to Hanover.