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Boardwalk at Lake Williams in Marlborough close to completion

Marlborough is constructing a floating boardwalk along the northern edge of the lake; the boardwalk will connect an existing trail.

MassDOT announces overnight ramp closures on Routes 495, 290

MassDOT has announced overnight closures are scheduled for the ramp that carries traffic from I-495 southbound to I-290 westbound.

Proposed Marlborough Raising Cane’s restaurant moves forward after appeal dismissed

Efforts to open one of the region’s first Raising Cane’s locations in Marlborough are again moving forward after an appeal.

Assabet River Rail Trail keeps pace with growing communities

For the past 25 years, the Assabet River Rail Trail has provided opportunities to run, walk and bike year round.

Marlborough enacts mask mandate to take effect Jan. 21

MARLBOROUGH – Face coverings will be required while indoors in Marlborough starting on Jan. 21 after the Marlborough Board of Health approved a mandate...

McDonald’s appeals approval of special permit for Marlborough Raising Cane’s

MARLBOROUGH – A proposed Raising Cane’s location in Marlborough is the subject of a state land court case as the City Council faces an...

Demolition begins on buildings for Alta Marlborough

Three older buildings between Lincoln and Mechanic streets are being torn down to make way for the Alta Marlborough mixed-use project.

Firefighters rally for Marlborough fire lieutenant/union president facing possible termination

Several dozen firefighters appeared support Local 1714 president and Marlborough fire Lt. William Taylor, who is facing possible termination

Marlborough Bolton St. site marked for demolition

Nearly four years after the approval of a site plan, 28 South Bolton Street appears ready for the next steps.
Marlborough Mayor concerned with Phase two of vaccine rollout.

Marlborough awaiting approval to open state vaccination site

UPDATE: Marlborough's state vaccine site won't open, March 1. Reached for comment early on this original target date for opening, Mayor Arthur Vigeant told...

Dek hockey rink under construction at Ghiloni Park in Marlborough

Street hockey players won’t have to go to Hudson or Leominster to find a Dek rink. Come spring, there will be a new rink in Marlborough.

Marlborough residents voice opposition to WoHo development 

By Stuart Foster, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH - Residents sent a number of letters to their city councilors opposing a proposed mixed-use development submitted on behalf...

Moderna wants to buy Marlborough site

Moderna wants to move to Marlborough. The biotech company is in the process of obtaining 149 Hayes Memorial Drive.

Hogan joins race for Marlborough mayor

Patrick Hogan pulled nomination papers to become the fourth candidate in the race to succeed the retiring Marlborough Mayor Arthur Vigeant.

‘It’s going to change this corner’: Stakeholders discuss impact of proposed Alta Marlborough development...

Balloons flew over Marlborough’s French Hill neighborhood on Wednesday afternoon as part of a “balloon test” for Alta Marlborough.

Marlborough committee approves site plans for former Rowe Funeral Home

Plans for a mixed-use development at the former Rowe Funeral Home, 57 Main St., took one step forward on March 23.

Marlborough halts applications for new multi-family housing developments

Moratorium will last 90-days By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer MARLBOROUGH — Many communities in the state are facing a housing crisis. But that has not been...

Dumais wins Marlborough mayor’s race

According to unofficial results from the City Clerk’s office, J. Christian Dumais edged Samantha Perlman in the municipal election.

Proposed Mass General Brigham expansion worries Marlborough officials

By Vicki Greene, Contributing Writer Marlborough – UMass Marlborough Hospital has been serving area residents for 130 years, whether they have insurance or not. It...

Local businesses ‘pop up’ downtown Marlborough

City officials joined the MEDC in welcoming local entrepreneurs to three sheds within the parking lot along Court and Weed streets.