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‘Challenges of Loving Someone Who Hoards’ at Marlborough Library

Marlborough – The Marlborough Community Development Corporation’s ClearPath program will hold a panel discussion “Challenges of Loving Someone Who Hoards,” Wednesday, June 24, from...

Rotary Club plans Italian night

Marlborough-The Marlborough Rotary Club will host "Italian Night," on Wednesday, May 22, 5 to 8:00 p.m. at Hellenic Hall, Saints Anargyroi Greek Orthodox Church,...

Marlborough holds Household Hazardous Waste Day Oct. 22

Marlborough – Saturday, Oct. 22, from 9 a.m. to noon, Marlborough residents can bring approved household hazardous waste to the Easterly Water Pollution Control...

Mayor presents FY15 budget to Marlborough City Council

Marlborough - Mayor Arthur Vigeant presented the 2015 budget to the City Council at the May 5 meeting, requesting $137.4 million, an increase of just under four percent over the current level of $132.1 million. If approved it could increase annual real estate tax bills by approximately $145 for the average home.

Newly renovated Eastside Bar & Grill set to launch at Marlborough Country Club

Marlborough - After many renovations and building upgrades, the restaurant and lounge at Marlborough Country Club is set to re-open under new management and...

Marlborough celebrates July 4 – 112 years ago

In 1900, the city of Marlborough was decked out in its best finery to celebrate the Fourth of July. This photo shows a view...

Marlborough Rotary Club hosts Kevin Walsh

Marlborough – As part of the program for its Thursday Aug. 4 meeting, the Marlborough Rotary Club will present Kevin Walsh, a seasoned broadcaster...

Funds for new Marlborough Senior Center design approved

Marlborough – The City Council unanimously approved at its Dec. 3 meeting $500,000 to fund costs associated with design and engineering plans for a new Senior Center to be built in a section of Ward Park, off Granger Boulevard. Ward 3 City Councilor Matt Elder, who had previously requested a neighborhood meeting in the area to allow his constituents to express any concerns prior to moving forward with the project, said he would not hold up approval of the funding. He added that he is planning to still hold the meeting next week with Mayor Arthur Vigeant in attendance.

Raymond Allison Shoop III, 66

Marlborough - Raymond Allison Shoop III, 66, of Marlborough, passed away at home Wednesday, Jan. 1, 2014 after a long period of battling cancer....

Historical Society president broadens interest and membership

Marlborough - The Marlborough Historical Society is committed to the preservation, education, and celebration of matters relating to the history of the city. President Janet Licht, who has led the group for eight years, has been totally committed to carrying out these objectives and has brought innovative ways to maintain its continuing success.

Marlborough Mayor's Office kicks off “Heat and Eat” program

Marlborough - The Marlborough Mayor's Office, in partnership with the Marlborough Human Services Department, will be holding a second voluntary "Heat and Eat" toll...

Marlborough Savings Bank donates to extended day program

Marlborough – The Marlborough Savings Charitable Foundation awarded Sudbury Extended Day (SED) a $2,500 grant to supplement the cost of enrolling students from low-income families into SED programs.

Best use of Walker Building to be studied

Marlborough-The best and most efficient use of the Walker Building in downtown Marlborough will be discussed by the Operations and Overview Committee of the City Council in early January 2016. Councilors referred the request made by Mayor Arthur Vigeant for a feasibility study of the building, as proposed by Tim Cummings, executive director of the Marlborough Economic Development Committee (MEDC), at the council’s Dec. 7 meeting.

Councilors to review Apex Center site plan

Marlborough - In accordance with the city’s new Hospitality and Recreation Mixed Use Overlay District Ordinance, Walker Realty LLC submitted a site plan review application for the Apex Center, a large commercial project planned for Route 20, west of Glen Street, to the City Council at the May 23 meeting. It was referred to the Urban Affairs Committee for study and recommendation.

Marlborough rolls out welcome mat

Marlborough - As the city laments the loss of 1,200 Fidelity Investment jobs, Marlborough officials are now choosing to actively focus on...

Emeline M. Lynde, 86, of Marlborough and Berlin

Marlborough/Berlin - Emeline M. (Wheeler) Lynde, 86, passed away peacefully at home Tuesday, May 30, 2017 with family by her side. Her husband, William...

Marlborough Rotary Club sponsors Community Recycling Day Oct. 22

Marlborough - The members of the Marlborough Rotary Club suggest that it's time for everyone to sort through and collect all their unwanted computers,...

Marlborough Historical Society cancels planned Applefest

Marlborough - The Marlborough Historical Society regrets to announce that it has cancelled the proposed Applefest 50th anniversary celebration scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 4,...

Henrietta A. Durand, 87, of Marlborough

Marlborough - Henrietta A. (Ryngiewicz) Durand, 87, of Marlborough, died Friday, March 6, 2015 at Marlborough Hills Healthcare Center. Her first husband, Dominic Galloni,...

Harvest Hoe Down to benefit Marlborough Senior Center

Marlborough - The Friends of the Marlborough Seniors recently received sponsorship checks for an upcoming fundraiser. New Horizons Independent and Assisted Living Community and Marlborough Hills Healthcare Center made significant donations to sponsor the Harvest Hoe Down, an event planned for Friday, Oct. 19, to raise money for the building fund for a new Senior Center. The checks will help to cover the expense of the Hoe Down, so that ticket and raffle sales will all be profit.