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Benjamin Franklin visits the Kane School

Marlborough - Watching a history lesson come to life can be a magical, entertaining and educational experience. Actor Kyle Blanchette treated the third-grade students at the Francis J. Kane Elementary School to a live theatrical performance April 14, portraying Benjamin Franklin from the time he was a child through his senior years.

Handmade soaps and custom candles lure shoppers into Dancing Orchid Soapworks

Patricia Murray, owner of Dancing Orchid Soapworks, started her soap and candle store as an online business in 2016.

Main Street Bank launches video banking technology  

REGION - Main Street Bank recently announced its newest video banking service – Main Street Video Connect.  This service, available on the bank’s website and...

Leopold G. Leveillee, 94, of Marlborough

Marlborough – Leopold “Tom” G. Leveillee, 94, peacefully passed away in his sleep, surrounded by his family, on May 10, 2021 at his home...

John G. Buczek, 78, of Marlborough

Marlborough - John G. Buczek, 78, died Monday, May 9, 2016 after a brief illness. He was the husband of Joanne (Tremblay) Buczek, to...

Freshman Miele leads Marlborough girls into state tournament

Bella Miele has exploded onto the Central Massachusetts high school hoops scene with an historic rookie season.

Memorial Day parade planned in Marlborough

Marlborough-The annual Memorial Day parade, honoring veterans, active duty military men and women and those who have given their lives in service to our country, will take place Monday, May 27, starting at 10 a.m. Participants will assemble on lower John Street, off Route 85, proceed to Main Street and stop at war memorials along the parade route, concluding at Monument Square at Mechanic Street.

Sudbury Valley Trustees expands Grist Mill Pond Conservation Area

Sudbury Valley Trustees recently expanded the Grist Mill Pond Conservation Area thanks to donations from two members of a neighboring family.

Marlborough students come together to help hurricane victims

Marlborough – In response to the recent Hurricane Harvey disaster, 1Lt. Charles W. Whitcomb Middle School teachers and students discussed this tragedy and brainstormed how to help.

Youth Public Safety Academy holds graduation

The academy is focused on providing cadets with educational lessons around personal and family safety and other health and wellness topics.

College students intern in public service

Marlborough??" The City of Marlborough recently wrapped up the second year of the Public Service Internship Program. This year 32 college students applied from...
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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.

Yoga on the Common benefits food pantry

Marlborough - Local yoga instructor Tory Nash will?conduct?a?yoga class at Union Common in downtown Marlborough Friday, Aug. 8, from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. The...
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Big Brothers Big Sisters host successful virtual event

Marlborough - Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Mass & MetroWest (BBBS) held their first ever virtual event, The Big Night In, Oct. 29....

First responders remain at work as public life slows around them

By Dakota Antelman, Contributing Writer Marlborough - As public life across the region grinds to a halt due to the coronavirus pandemic, a moment in Marlborough...

AMSA receives grant from MathWorks

Advanced Math and Science Academy Charter School has been awarded a MathWorks community grant in support of the school’s curriculum.

Start of Marlborough schools delayed to Sept. 6

Marlborough - As a result of extended power outages and other after-effects of the recent storm, Marlborough Public Schools is moving the start day...

Marlborough residents continue to save under electrical aggregation

Residents taking part in the city’s electricity aggregation program continue to save money compared to National Grid.

Assabet senior receives outstanding student award

Assabet Valley Tech senior Camille Graffeo was honored at the 37th annual Outstanding Technical Student Award ceremony.

Fuccillo takes over for Navin in Ward 6

Albert Trey Fuccillo will be the new councilor for Ward 6, while Sean Navin moves into one of the at-large seats.