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New rain garden installed at Ward Park

Volunteers from DuPont helped install dozens of native plants in a plot at Ward Park, near the Marlborough Senior Center’s greenhouse.

Marlborough receives community block grant

Marlborough has been awarded $1.35 million under the 2024 Community Development Block Grant, announced Mayor Arthur Vigeant and Chad Carter.

Hogan ends campaign for Marlborough mayor

Patrick Hogan had been considering a write-in/sticker campaign. He finished third in the preliminary race for Marlborough mayor.
The Marlborough Fire Department Station sits on Maple Street. Photo/Laura Hayes

Marlborough approves bond for fire, police communications upgrades

Marlborough police and fire departments will soon begin to upgrade their equipment, thanks to a bond approved by the City Council.

After preliminary, Marlborough prepares for Municipal Election

After narrowing the list of candidates for mayor from four to two, city residents will now prepare for the Municipal Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

City Council takes another crack at zoning amendments

For the past 10 years, Marlborough has been trying to make downtown more attractive to residents and businesses.

Perlman, Dumais advance to November election

It looks as though Samantha Perlman and J. Christian Dumais will move on to the Municipal Election on Tuesday, Nov. 7.

Marlborough holds preliminary mayoral election today

The preliminary election for Mayor is taking place today. Polls are open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Household hazardous waste collection set for Oct. 7

The city of Marlborough and town of Hudson will co-sponsor a household hazardous waste collection day on Saturday, Oct. 7

Perlman leads fundraising in Marlborough mayoral race

With days before the preliminary election for mayor on Tuesday, Oct. 10, Samantha Perlman has taken the lead when it comes to fundraising.

Marlborough mayoral candidate statements

Marlborough’s preliminary election to determine which mayoral candidates move onto the November election is right around the corner.

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Mayor – Samantha Perlman

I am a proud product of our city. Offering a broad background, distinct citywide elected service and specialized training, I am prepared ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Mayor – Patrick Hogan

My name is Patrick Hogan, I am a candidate for Mayor. I have a clear and vested interest in Marlborough's future.

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Mayor – J. Christian Dumais

I am a 5th generation resident of Marlborough, Small Business Owner for the past 13 years, and have been a City Councilor, representing ...

Marlborough Candidate Statement – Mayor – Michael Baker

I am a lifelong resident of Marlborough. I grew up on Howland Street and now live on Gibbon Street a mere two blocks away.

Marlborough officials celebrate the re-opening of the library

After an extensive renovation lasting over two years, the Marlborough Public Library is back in its original location and open to the public.

Farm Road to be closed for emergency culvert repairs

Due to emergency repairs that need to be performed on the culvert that crosses Farm Road, the city's DPW will need to close Farm Road starting Wednesday, Oct. 4, through at least Friday, Oct. 13.

Marlborough receive $10,000 for vaccines

The city’s Council on Aging has been awarded a $10,000 grant to provide vaccines. Mayor Arthur Vigeant announced on Aug. 17.

Marlborough Public Library to re-open after expansion project

Two years after breaking ground, the Marlborough Public Library is scheduled to reopen at 35 W. Main St. on Monday, Oct. 2.

Conservation officer opposes Sasseville Way proposal

During the public hearing on a proposed zoning change for Sasseville Way on Sept. 11, the city’s conservation officer spoke against the proposal.