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Sandra L. Woodin, 72, formerly of Hudson and Marlborough

Sandra L. (Smith) Woodin, 72, of Stafford Springs, CT, formerly of Holliston, MA, Hudson, MA and Marlborough, MA, passed away peacefully on September 18, 2023 at home surrounded by her loving family.
Isaac Rivera (Photo/Courtesy Marlborough Police Department)

Suspect who escaped police custody at Marlborough Hospital apprehended

The Marlborough Police Department notified the public the morning of Sept. 24 that they were searching for Isaac Rivera, 24.
Isaac Rivera (Photo/Courtesy Marlborough Police Department)

Marlborough police search for man who escaped custody

The Marlborough Police Department is searching for Isaac Rivera, 24. He was last seen wearing a hospital gown and yellow socks.

Ransford Pest Control offers quality service to Central Massachusetts

Ransford Pest Technicians are experienced individuals, but perhaps more importantly they’re extremely friendly and easy to work with.

Goodnow PTO seeks business support for fundraiser

The Goodnow Brothers Elementary School PTO is looking for businesses to sponsor T-shirts for its annual fundraiser, allowing each student to get a free shirt.

Four local events to check out this weekend

Parades, pie eating contests, talent shows – welcome to Spirit of Shrewsbury. There's also plenty of fun outside of Shrewsbury!

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.

Sasseville Way zoning proposal in Marlborough irks neighbors

Neighbors living around Sasseville Way near Fort Meadow Reservoir love the trees, the space and the wildlife.

Rep. Gentile to hold district office hours

State Rep. Carmine Gentile (D-Sudbury) will hold in-person office hours in Concord on Friday, Sept. 22 from noon to 1 p.m.
Laurence E. Castelli

Laurence E. Castelli, 61, formerly of Marlborough

Laurence E. Castelli passed away suddenly on Monday, September 4th 2023. Larry was raised in Marlboro, Massachusetts, and moved to Washington, DC, to study law at The American University.

Marlborough mayoral candidates take part in debate

The four candidates vying to replace Arthur Vigeant as mayor of Marlborough engaged in a debate on Wednesday, Sept. 20.
Margaret M. Mossman

Margaret M. Mossman, 94, of Marlborough

Margaret M. (Gorgone) Mossman, age 94, of Marlborough, Mass. (formerly Newton, Mass.), passed away peacefully on September 12, 2023, while surrounded by her loving family.

City Council OKs special permit for Professional Automotive

The City Council approved 10-1 an application for a special permit for Professional Automotive on Mechanic Street on Monday, Sept. 18.

Marlborough firefighters battle apartment fire at the Heights

The Marlborough Fire Department responded to a fire at the Heights at Marlborough apartment complex at 38 Briarwood Lane on Sept. 19. 
Elaine D. Baker

Elaine D. Baker, 88, of Marlborough

Elaine D. (Matthews) Baker, 88, of Marlborough, MA and former long-time resident of Hudson, MA, died on Saturday, September 9, 2023 at UMASS Medical Center, University Campus in Worcester, MA.

Residents drawn to ‘Mayor’s Mural’ paint party

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.

Urban Affairs approves permit for Armory on French Hill

The former Marlborough Armory at 358 Lincoln St. is getting closer to becoming the Armory on French Hill. Read more at Community Advocate.

MA Homes LLC provides experience to clients

The housing market can be overwhelming, but MA Homes LLC is here to make it easier.

Wenzel: Cemetery foreman retires, Dukes corps to reunite

Former members of the Dukes Drum and Bugle Corps and the Duchess Drill Team are planning a Reunion on Saturday, Nov. 11, 2023, at 7 p.m., at the Loyal Order of the Moose, 67 Fitchburg St., Marlborough.