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Marborough writer teaches others the right way to write

Marlborough - Marlborough resident Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts is an award-winning business writer, marketing specialist, business-writing and technical-writing workshop facilitator, and coach. For the past 25 years she has been principal of Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts & Associates, a business writing/marketing firm helping clients to maximum productivity and profitability through the written word.

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Super pageant crowns Mr. MHS 2012 Marlborough - Gathered following the 23rd annual Mr. Marlborough High School (MHS) Pageant, presented March 9 at the...

Metrowest Princess Boutique almost ready for prom season

Marlborough - Instead of "Queen for a Day" the Marlborough Junior Woman's Club (JWC) members are creating a "Princess for a Day" experience for area teens who otherwise might not be able to afford to attend their proms.

Reserve now for the Assabet Valley Easter Brunch

Marlborough - With the overwhelming success of the previous Easter Brunch events offered by the Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School, preparations are underway...

Trash program approved by Marlborough City Council

Marlborough - The city will switch to a municipal container system for rubbish and recycling removal this spring, a move that some officials said will raise recycling rates, but save money in trash removal fees. Funding for the project was approved at the March 12 City Council meeting, although three councilors, Council President Patricia Pope, Ward 6 Councilor Edward Clancy and Ward 3 Councilor Matt Elder, voiced concern and voted in opposition.

Marlborough Hospital awards inaugural Helen Ferris Patient Safety Award

Marlborough - March 6, Marlborough Hospital awarded the inaugural Helen Ferris Patient Safety Award to the Inpatient Psychiatric Unit. The Inpatient Psychiatric Unit has developed...

Vigeant honors city's Girl Scouts

Marlborough –Mayor Arthur Vigeant honored the city's Girl Scouts on Monday, March 12 on the occasion of the national organization Girl Scouts of the United States of America's 100th birthday. Five girls, representing the different level of Girl Scouts – Betsy Goldberg, Cadette; Sarah Symes, Ambassador; Anjali Sangappa, Daisy; Eliana Himle, Junior; and Angel Chaulk, Brownie – participated in the ceremony held at City Hall.

TJX agrees to purchase two Fidelity buildings in Marlborough

Marlborough - Last year local officials were stunned by the news that that Fidelity Investments was planning on vacating their Marlborough campus by the end of 2012 and relocating 1,100 employees to Rhode Island or New Hampshire. Now, with the announcement that the TJX Companies, Inc., (TJX) has decided to purchase two of the soon to be vacant Fidelity buildings, officials are hopeful that the city will once again be moving forward.

31st Annual Brain Injury Conference to be presented in Marlborough

Region - Brain Injury Association of Massachusetts, a private nonprofit association that provides support, prevention, education, and advocacy for individuals with brain injury and...

Ghost Light Players perform inaugural shows March 23 through 25

Marlborough - The newly formed theatre troupe Ghost Light Players will be hosting its inaugural show, "Almost, Maine" by John Cariani, at the end...

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Claudette E. Tetreault, 84, formerly of Marlborough and Hudson

Marlborough/Hudson - Claudette E. (Boisse) Tetreault, 84, formerly of Marlborough and Hudson, died July 16, 2019 at The Coleman House in Northborough. She was...