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Marlborough's senior community encouraged to register for Nov. 15 memory screenings

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Marlborough - Senior Helpers, Pleasantries Adult Day Services, and Elder Resources are encouraging members of the Marlborough community to be proactive about memory health...

Marlborough announces storm clean-up plans

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Marlborough - Ron LaFreniere, the city of Marlborough Commissioner of Public Works, has announced that effective Monday, November 7, the Department of Public Works...

Potential new Marlborough Senior Center discussed

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Marlborough - An estimated 100 city officials and senior citizens met Oct. 26 at the current Marlborough Senior Center, 250 Main St., to discuss proposed sites for a new facility. James Confrey, the chair of the Council on Aging (COA) Board of Directors, presented a detailed listing of requests.

Pennsylvania crews help to ‘power’ up Westborough

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Westborough – It's been a long, long week for area residents as they anxiously waited to get their power restored after the Oct. 29 nor'saster. Helping to get Westborough back to normal were crews from Carr Duff Inc., based out of Pennsylvania.

Region to commemorate Veterans Day

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Region - Several local towns will be commemorating Veterans Day Friday, Nov. 11.

Marlborough volunteer service marks first anniversary

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Marlborough - In November 2010, a new volunteer service program was launched in Marlborough. The service was targeted at providing transportation for individuals to...

Temple Emanuel of Marlborough hosts annual Holiday Shop Nov. 6

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Marlborough - Visit Temple Emanuel of Marlborough Sunday, Nov. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon, for its annual Holiday Shop. Consider getting some of...

Lieutenant governor speaks to Marlborough Chamber

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Marlborough – Lt. Gov. Tim Murray believes that making Marlborough stronger will ultimately help make the entire central Massachusetts region stronger.

Pets Gone Healthy: Meeting the needs of pets and their people

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By Nancy Brumback, Contributing Writer Marlborough - Have you started your holiday shopping yet? Don's forget to put your pets on the list. Pets Gone Healthy,...

The C.A picture of the day [test]

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Everybody loves a Horribles Parade Marlborough - Costumed members of the Whitcomb Middle School Band lead the annual Horribles Parade, held downtown Oct. 28. Prior...

Vigeant wins mayoral race in Marlborough

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Marlborough - The new mayor of Marlborough will be Arthur Vigeant, who defeated Matthew Jones by a slim 42 votes in the November 1 municipal election. Vigeant received 2,996 votes and Jones received 2,954. Vigeant will succeed Mayor Nancy Stevens who chose not to re-seek the seat she has held for the past six years.

Many are still without power

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Region – Towns in the Community Advocate readership area are slowly starting to get back to normal but there are still significant power outages throughout the communities.

First Church in Marlborough to host community memorial service

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Marlborough – First Church in Marlborough (Congregational) UCC is offering a special Memorial Service Sunday, Nov. 6, at 6:30 p.m. This service will offer a...

Marlborough's election will still take place tomorrow

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Marlborough - In spite of the ongoing storm clean-up, the city will still be holding its municipal election tomorrow, Tuesday, Nov. 1....

Marlborough postpones Halloween

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Marlborough - Halloween Trick-Or-Treat festivities in the city of Marlborough are postponed until Thursday, November 3. Areas of the city remain without power,...

First impressions – 30 years later

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By Trish Finlay, Contributing Writer There's something that comes with age that allows us to let our guard down while keeping our control top pantyhose...

In Marlborough,”Pink” raises green for breast cancer research

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Marlborough - Students at Marlborough High School (MHS) set aside their homework and after-school activities last week to raise money for breast cancer research.

Marlborough holds downtown Trick or Treat, Horrible Parade Oct. 28

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Marlborough – The Mayor's Office and downtown businesses of Marlborough invites the community to the annual Trick or Treat and Horribles Parade on Main...

Marlborough's mayoral race intensifies

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Marlborough - On Nov. 1, voters will decide who will be their next mayor – Arthur Vigeant, a certified public accountant and a city councilor for the past 18 years (as well as the current council president) or political newcomer Matthew Jones, a local attorney and former school teacher.

Marlborough Scouts annual food drive approaches

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Marlborough -The Marlborough Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts will be participating, Saturday, Oct. 29 in the annual Scouting for Food campaign. This is Scouting's 24th year doing its annual Good Turn program.