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Councilor-at-large seat to remain vacant

Marlborough-The City Council will continue to function with 10 members, leaving the vacancy created by the resignation of Councilor-at-Large Patricia Pope open for the present time. The Legislative and Legal Affairs Committee made the recommendation at a meeting held July 21.

Towns prepare for Hurricane Irene

By Bonnie Adams, Government Editor Region – It's not certain exactly where Irene will be concentrating her energies the most yet this weekend but by...

Marlborough Education Foundation announces 2011/2012 grant awards

Marlborough - The Marlborough Education Foundation (MEF), an independent, nonprofit, community-based corporation is pleased to announce its 2011/2012 grant award recipients. This year, over...

Marlborough resident leads statewide genealogists’ society

Marlborough – Robert J. Tarte founded the Massachusetts Society of Genealogists, Inc. (MSOG), in 1975 and achieved his goal to establish a chapter in each county. However, only three chapters were still active when Patricia Stano-Carpenter of Marlborough was first elected president in 2009, after joining in 2004 as state membership chair. She hopes to add more chapters statewide as she continues serving as president during MSOG’s 40th anniversary.

AVC hopes to reach agreement with Marlborough for Bigelow School

Marlborough - The City Council considered a request at its Sept. 24 meeting from Mayor Arthur Vigeant to allow the Assabet Valley Collaborative (AVC) to lease the former Bigelow School for the next 25 years for the Assabet Valley Collaborative Alternative School. In June, Vigeant sought and received approval from the Marlborough School Committee to turn the Bigelow School over to the city for municipal use. The building had been considered as a possible site for a new senior center.

Employment Options celebrates 15 years with partner

Marlborough - Marlborough-based companies Employment Options and LCI Paper recently recognized the 15th anniversary of working together. Employment Options is a nonprofit agency serving those...
Contest winner Izam Karukappadath (center) with his parents Mili and Ilyas Karukappadath (left), King Lion John Mazza and Speech Contest Chair Laura Koester (right)

Marlborough student wins Lions’ Club speech contest

Marlborough - The Marlborough Lions Club hosted a Speech Contest at its recent meeting. The theme for this year was “Integrity: What does it...

Grand opening of the Lake Williams Trail Oct. 18 in Marlborough

Marlborough - Thursday, Oct. 18, at 4:30 p.m., the grand opening of the lake Williams Trail will be held in Marlborough. Everyone is welcome...

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.

Assabet wins homecoming game  

Marlborough – The Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School Aztecs homecoming festivities kicked off Sept. 21 with a 7 p.m. football game against Millbury...

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Assabet plumbing students earn state licenses

Region - All the sophomores in the plumbing program at Assabet Valley Regional Technical High School recently passed the state exam for their state...