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Neighbors living around Sasseville Way near Fort Meadow Reservoir love the trees, the space and the wildlife.
State Rep. Carmine Gentile (D-Sudbury) will hold in-person office hours in Concord on Friday, Sept. 22 from noon to 1 p.m.
The four candidates vying to replace Arthur Vigeant as mayor of Marlborough engaged in a debate on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
The City Council approved 10-1 an application for a special permit for Professional Automotive on Mechanic Street on Monday, Sept. 18.
On Sept. 3 at Union Common, about two dozen painters, helped fill in the blanks for “The Mayor’s Mural” that will be installed this fall.
The former Marlborough Armory at 358 Lincoln St. is getting closer to becoming the Armory on French Hill. Read more at Community Advocate.
Professional Automotive on Mechanic Street has taken a big step toward its expansion plans. Read more on the Community Advocate.
The City Clerk's office has announced the ballot order for the Mayoral Preliminary Election on Thursday, Sept. 7.
With temperatures expected to go into the 90s today and tomorrow, the city has announced the following ways to beat the heat:
The city and local muralist Melissa Stratton is inviting residents to a paint party at Union Common on Sunday, Sept. 3, from noon to 2 p.m.
The City Council approved a request from Police Chief David Giorgi to create the position of “special traffic constable."
Marlborough, state and federal officials gathered at the Sligo Water Tank to celebrate wrapping up projects that began using ARPA funds.
Three older buildings between Lincoln and Mechanic streets are being torn down to make way for the Alta Marlborough mixed-use project.
With the deadline to file and return papers passed, Marlborough's election slate is set. Candidates have until Sept. 7 to withdraw.
Green Gold Group recently took over the former Local Roots marijuana dispensary at 910 Boston Post Road East.
The Marlborough Public Library is on the move. As of Friday, Aug. 11, the library at the Walker Building was closed.
Mayor Arthur Vigeant is requesting a transfer of $100,000 to help the influx of homeless families who have arrived or are about to arrive.
Marlborough is seeking nearly $5 million to upgrade its public safety communications systems. The upgrades will improve weak signals.
Arthur Vigeant is the mayor, the CEO of Marlborough, and these bills and measures – – budget requests and plans – keep the city operating.
Professional Automotive’s owner, Rick Marino, has the support of his customers and hopes to gain the same from the City Council.