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The Municipality Vulnerability Preparedness (MVP) program of Massachusetts has awarded Marlborough with a $56,250 grant as part of this year’s $21 million in total allocated throughout the state to promote climate resiliency.

Marlborough receives $56,250 grant from Municipality Vulnerability Program

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By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH – Marlborough will review and consider possible zoning changes thanks to a state grant promoting climate resiliency in individual...

Developer seeks special permit for new Starbucks drive-through, bank

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By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH – A developer wants to build two drive-through facilities for a new Starbucks location and a bank for the...
The Marlborough City Clerk recently confirmed the finalized listing of candidates in the upcoming Marlborough city elections.

Four candidates to seek three school committee seats in upcoming Marlborough election

MARLBOROUGH - Voters will decide contested races for mayor, Ward 4 City Council and school committee in Marlborough’s city elections later this year, the...
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough sees uptick in COVID-19 infections, announces flu shot clinics

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By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - Mayor Arthur Vigeant noted an uptick in local COVID-19 cases at a Marlborough City Council meeting on Sept. 13. Vigeant...

Marlborough City Council approves Raising Cane’s special permit

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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...
Marlborough Senior Center

City Council accepts $10,000 donation to Marlborough Council on Aging

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - The Marlborough City Council unanimously approved a $10,000 gift from the late Paul and Marie Winske to the...
The old McGee Farm will remain as is, for now, after the Marlborough City Council rejected a special permit to build a multifamily residential development on the property.

Marlborough City Council rejects special permit for Walcott development

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH – The Marlborough City Council denied a special permit for Walcott Heritage Farms, a proposed multifamily residential project on...

Urban Affairs Subcommittee reviews permit for Marlborough Raising Cane’s 

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH – Efforts to open a Raising Cane’s restaurant in Marlborough are moving forward after the Marlborough City Council’s Urban Affairs...
The Marlborough City Clerk recently confirmed the finalized listing of candidates in the upcoming Marlborough city elections.

Brown to challenge Tunnera in Marlborough City Council election 

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - Most Marlborough City Councilors will run unopposed for re-election in this fall’s municipal election now that an Aug. 17...
Nora O’Donnell cuts a ribbon for the land to join Callahan State Park.

Officials celebrate Callahan State Park expansion

By Laura Hayes, Senior Community Reporter MARLBOROUGH — About five years ago, Collie O’Donnell was digging a hole for a post in Spring Hill Farm...