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Alfred J. Bouvier Sr., 98

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Marlborough - Alfred J. "Pepere" Bouvier Sr., 98, died at home Saturday March 12, 2011, surrounded by his loving family, after a long and...

Arthur A. Croteau, 82

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Marlborough - Arthur A. Croteau, 82, died Sunday Feb. 27, 2011, at Clinton Hospital. He was the beloved husband of Lorraine (Blais)...

Basketball: Colonials overcome Panthers

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Marlborough/Shrewsbury - Marlborough High School senior Carlos De La Cruz (#34, center) attempts to thread his way through the Shrewsbury High School...

Sharing time with someone special in Marlborough

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Marlborough - (l to r) Matt Roca, his daughter, Emily, 4, Alison Mackey, and her son, Tyler, 4, enjoy refreshments and each...

Listening to sweet stories in Marlborough

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Region - Comfortably dressed in pajamas, Abigail Clemons, 3, enjoys a snack while listening to a reading of "I Love You So...

Howdy, Mr. MHS 2011!

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With this year's "Wild West" theme, 14 contestants representing MHS classes, clubs and sports displayed good humor and sportsmanship as they vied in categories including talent, formal wear and interview.

Quincy A. Spear, 73

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Marlborough - Quincy A. Spear, 73, died at home Tuesday March 1, 2011 after being stricken ill. He was the husband of...

REVIEW: Sully's First Edition Pub

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Marlborough - When I arrived at Sully's with a friend midweek for dinner, we immediately got the sense that everyone in the pub knew each other. Football season may be over and baseball season yet to begin, but Sully's pub wasn's lacking in sports fans.

Cottage Children's Center in Marlborough celebrates 30th anniversary

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Marlborough - Founded in 1981 by Marlborough parents who wanted excellence in child care for their offspring, the Cottage Children's Center has achieved that goal for the past 30 years.

Marlborough City Council revives Human Services, debates salary limits

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Marlborough - After nearly 10 months of discussion about a possible reorganization of the Human Services Department, as well as stops and starts of partial funding, the City Council voted, 10-1, Feb. 28 to keep the department functioning through June 30.

Raymond P. Tuzi, 63

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Marlborough - Raymond P. Tuzi, 63, formerly of Marlborough, died Monday Feb. 21, 2011 at Morton Plant Hospital in Clearwater, Fla. He...

George R. Marsan, 97

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Marlborough - George R. Marsan, 97, died Tuesday Feb. 15, 2011, at Coleman House in Northborough. He was the husband of the...

Athlete of the Week: Alexa Fearing

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By Art Simas Community Reporter Marlborough - Track and field coach Jeff Downin calls Alexa Fearing an inspiration to her teammates. With an...

Marlborough councilor proposes eliminating pension, health-care perks

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By Art Simas Community Reporter Marlborough - Part-time workers usually do not receive benefits in the private or public sectors if they work 10 to...

Frederick B. Baker Jr., 79

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Marlborough - Frederick B. Baker Jr., 79, died Wednesday Feb. 23, 2011 at UMass Memorial Health Care Center in Worcester after an illness. He...

Venturing back in time in Marlborough

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Marlborough Third-grader Owen Wise tries his hand at operating a wringer washer during Tin Cup Adventure, an educational program about pioneer living, held...

Few oppose reshuffling grades in Marlborough

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By Art Simas Community Reporter Marlborough - A plan that will establish grade reconfigurations of K through 4, 5 through 8 and 9 ...

More Marlborough budget woes because of snow

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By Art Simas Community Reporter Marlborough - Department of Public Works Commissioner Ronald M. LaFreniere requested and received another $500,000 from the City...

Snow much fun in Marlborough

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Marlborough - Michelle Krieg, 4, and her sister, Rebekah, 7, have fun snow tubing together Jan. 29 down a hill at Ghiloni...

Family Network in Marlborough celebrates first year

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Stamping a snowflake design onto a shirt, Bridget McDaniel, 2, displays her artistic talent to her brother, Evan, three months, and mother,...